1 of 7

Award-Winning Tutors in Kansas City, KS

Expert tutoring for students at all levels

150,000+ clients. 4.9 / 5.0 Rating of Tutoring Sessions

Who needs a tutor?
How soon do you need tutoring?
What is your name?
What is your zip code?
What is your email address?
What is your phone number?
Featured by
Tutors from

Work With The Perfect Tutor For You

We require the most rigorous qualifications of Kansas City tutors, in addition to a background check. Only a tiny fraction of those candidates who apply ultimately make it through our demanding interview process. From this elite group, an expert director will help you find the best tutor to meet your individual needs – and we stand behind your satisfaction with our money-back guarantee.

Skilled tutors develop lessons to meet your individual needs. One-on-one tutoring sessions are held at a time and location of your choosing.

Kansas City, Kansas, is not to be confused with its neighbor and namesake, Kansas City, Missouri. To help clarify this distinction, Kansas City, Kansas, is often referred to as KCK. It is the third-largest city in the state of Kansas and the county seat of Wyandotte County. Geographically, Kansas City is at the junction of the Missouri and Kansas Rivers. The junction area is called Kaw Point. The government in Kansas City is a unified government between the city itself and the larger surrounding county. The population of KCK is approximately 145,786 residents.

Kansas City is also the home of several top rated high schools. Piper High, F L Schlagle High, and J C Harmon High are the three top ranked high schools in Kansas City. Private Kansas City, KS, tutoring, either online or in-home, is a great way to get supplemental custom-tailored instruction to help with your course or test prep. Private, flexible instruction and test prep from local Kansas City, KS tutors, through either online or in-home tutoring, could provide a chance to get into elite schools. Baker University in Baldwin City, Kansas, Benedictine College in Atchison, Kansas, Bethany College in Lindsborg, Kansas, and Bethel College in North Newton, Kansas, are all close to Kansas City, KS. 

Fun activities in KCK include the beautiful Country Club Plaza, which displays several impressive fountains, the Lee Richardson Zoo, and the Boot Hill Museum. Residents and visitors can shop the City Market to mingle with community members and obtain goods and food items. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art features tours and has a friendly and knowledgeable staff. Visitors will be guided around the impressive collection housed within the museum and learn all about each piece. For an unforgettable view of the local landscape, a visit to Monument Rocks is in order. Visitors flock to this site to see the unique rock formations. It is the perfect spot for a selfie. Enjoy some of the famous local barbecue spots like the Smokehouse Bar-B-Que or Joe's Kansas City Bar-B-Que. You will also love shopping at Legends Outlets, which is KC's premier outdoor shopping and entertainment center and only outlet in the area. The 403 Club is a beloved nightlife and entertainment spot that features pinball. The AMC Legends 14 Theatre is state of the art and has 14 screens, including a 4 story high screen with a VIP lounge in the balcony.

You might benefit from online test prep and tutoring in Kansas City, KS. Tutors in Kansas City, KS, will motivate you to try to achieve the best possible outcome in your course or exam.

Your Personalized Tutoring Program and Instructor

Identify Needs

Our knowledgeable directors help you choose your tutor with your learning profile and personality in mind.

Customize Learning

Your tutor can customize your lessons and present concepts in engaging easy-to-understand-ways.

Increased Results

You can learn more efficiently and effectively because the teaching style is tailored to you.

In-Home & Online Convenience

Your tutor comes to you, so times and locations are flexible. Meet at your home, online, or any place of your choosing.

Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Tutoring review by Padraic in Kansas City, KS
The student and I began working on problems from a new section of his textbook during our session, all of which covered the topic of integration by parts. We started with a little Physics review, going over a PowerPoint he provided on concave and convex mirror but then switched over to his Calculus assignments. He is ahead of his class on the homework, so we began by learning the fundamental formula for integration by parts and reading through the examples in his textbook. Once he felt comfortable with how much he had learned about the section, we began working through the problems, all of which were integrals that required integration by parts. I walked him through how to determine which part of the integral to define as u and which to define as dv and for each problem we then differentiated or integrated the appropriate part and plugged the result into the formula to evaluate the integral. He picked up on the material very quickly and was solving problems on his own by the end. He understood the formula very well and can now distinguish how to set up an integral and solve it using integration by parts.
Read more »
Tutoring review by Caroline in Kansas City, KS
Today we worked on new material from chapter 11 in the student's textbook. The sections covered area of parallelograms, rectangles, triangles, trapezoids, kites, and rhombuses. The student had a little trouble working with the formulas, although he says he is able to use a formula sheet on the test. He did better when figures involved adding together areas of smaller pieces, rather than subtracting parts away.
Read more »
Tutoring review by Terry in Kansas City, KS
The student requested help with two homework assignments. She had missed the class lecture for the second assignment but had notes. She worked through a question from each section of the homework and indicated she understood these well enough to proceed on her own for the rest. First homework was on using sine and cosine to find missing side lengths of triangles as route to finding areas of polygons. Second assignment was on using ratios of perimeters and areas of similar polygons to find missing side lengths or missing areas (using proportions). The student did well with all.
Read more »
Tutoring review by Katrina in Kansas City, KS
We covered stoichiometry and conversion problems. The student improved as the session went on. We practiced new problems and ones that she had struggled with. I gave suggestions about how to study and find information later tonight before her exam tomorrow.
Read more »
Tutoring review by Rachel in Kansas City, KS
The student is in the second half of general chemistry I. He just took his first test last Tuesday on rates and solubility and will need to review the material before his final (although the sooner, the better since it is still fresh in his mind). Today, we covered acidic and basic cations and anions. We reviewed a homework assignment on the material and he received one wrong answer. On Thursday, his class will be covering pH for three hours, so we will meet afterwards to review the material. If we have time, it would be a perfect time to cover the first test's materials. His class drops the lowest test grade as long as the final is higher.
Read more »
Tutoring review by John in Kansas City, KS
With Student T I reviewed the process of finding determinants of 2x2 matrices. With Student S I explored slope and rate of change, using graphs to depict it.
Read more »
Call us today to connect with a top Kansas City tutor
(816) 336-1167
Call Now