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WELCOME TO
ACCELERATE TUTORING

We offer personalized online reading and math tutoring for grades K-8th.

Meet
The 
Founder

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Daniela Lochan
Founder of Accelerate Tutoring

Welcome! I am the founder of Accelerate Tutoring. For the past decade, I've been privileged to serve families as an educator, initially through Accelerate Tutoring's In-Home services since 2014, and fully transitioning to online services in April 2020.

WHAT SETS US APART?

1

PERSONALIZED

Sessions are tailored to your Child's learning style for maximum effectiveness.

2

RELATIONAL

Our tutors build strong connections, fostering a supportive environment

3

ONE-ON-ONE

One-on-One sessions provide undivided attention for focused guidance. 

At Accelerate Tutoring, we specialize in propelling your child towards their full academic potential. Our mission is to bridge the learning gaps and empower them to excel. Our online tutoring sessions are:

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Accelerate Tutoring Summer Fun!

This coming July, Accelerate Tutoring will be offering Summer Courses! We are offering a variety of fun and educational activities to keep your children engaged and learning during the summer break.

Our courses include:

  • times tables

  • phonic review,

  • book club,

  • theater club,

  • writing workshop. 

Let us help your children stay on track and prepare for the upcoming school year while having a great time!

WHAT STUDENTS

AND PARENTS ARE SAYING!

"My experience with my tutor has been exceptional. She is extremely helpful in all my subjects. I feel proud when I am able to show her my improved test results in courses that I never thought I could pass. She is a very positive person who actually has helped me improve my self confidence a thousand percent. I am grateful for her help in so many ways." 

A.J. (10th grade student)

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