Need a Tutor for High School Chemistry

Updated on January 23, 2010
R.F. asks from Richardson, TX
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Does anyone have a lead on a tutor for high school Chemistry? We live in Richardson, my son attends a private school in Plano. If we could find someone some what close that would be great.

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I had already contact my son's current counselor as well as the counselor from his previous school to no avail. I finally found a tutor through "word-of-mouth" from contacts outside this message board forum. Let me just say: finding a Chemistry tutor for high school is NOT easy.

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answers from Dallas on

I substitute teach in Plano ISD and I know that a lot of teachers tutor on the side for extra money. You might start by asking the guidance counselor for any leads.




answers from Dallas on

Call Bridgbuilder Academy at ###-###-####. They provide teachers for anything from tutoring to full-credit classes - at your location or theirs. I have had years of experience with many of their teachers. Many of them have worked with my son. They are located near Central Expressway and Park in Plano.



answers from Dallas on


There is Tutoring 101 in East Allen. We've used them before and were pleased with the results.

The # is ###-###-####

It is located off McDermott & Greenville, to the left of the Eagles Wings Athletic Center (Old Winn Dixie). It's tucked back into that corner area. I cannot think of the shopping complex name but it's not hard to find and depending on where you are in Plano, it shouldn't take you long to get there.



answers from Phoenix on

I tutor chemistry but in Arizona, I do it for an agency, I highly recommend this agency. You enter in your zip code and a list of tutors will appear. This link should give you $20 credit



answers from Dallas on

I teach Chemistry at RHS & live in Plano...What days are you interested in?
And by the way...I think Chemistry ROCKS! If its presented in a fun way & related to everyday, it helps!
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answers from Dallas on

I found when my daughter was in high school one of the best places to look was the school. A lot of the students tutor in subjects they excel in. It is also a little easier to relate to a student at your school than a stranger in a lot of cases. Her teacher should be able to recommend someone.

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