BossTutors bringing online education to kids with remote learning


New online learning platform BossTutors is changing education for kids.

© Julia M Cameron

It’s been a transformational year for education and following the lockdown across the U.S., parents as well as children are spending more time at home where the demand for online learning continues to grow at a record pace.

BossTutors, a new online learning company is setting itself apart by helping 6th-12th graders make the transition from in-person tutoring to remote learning.

With a host of expert teachers, BossTutors have been able to help children learn new skills from the comfort of their homes. For some children, learning online is a new and difficult challenge, where extra support is needed to help them feel more comfortable with this new kind of remote teaching.

Offering a number of affordable memberships for a third of the normal price of traditional education – BossTutors enables children to enjoy a high quality learning experience while providing them with one-on-one sessions to help them become more successful in a number of key subjects.

“We’ve provided many kids with tutorials on how to succeed in online classes, and we understand that classes just won’t be the same anymore. We’re here to walk them through online math, science classes and more,” said Tony Scott and Madison – the founders of BossTutors.

With the help of experts in a variety of fields, the company is providing tailored education where children can re-engage with important subjects in a virtual classroom setting. This includes live questions and answers, virtual tutorial meetings and specialized one-on-one sessions.

Sarah, a parent who signed up to the online platform to help her son continue his education said, “Cameron was really struggling to understand what was going on in his biology class so I signed him up for BossTutors and now he’s ahead of the rest of his peers! Thank you Boss Tutors.”

A significant challenge since the start of the pandemic has been the disruption to classes for kids of all ages. And for many parents, keeping their children in education and focused on their subjects is crucial for their wellbeing and overall mental health.

“Charlotte was having trouble finding the motivation to prepare for her [11th grade] STEM courses for the year during the summer, but the tutors at helped motivate her by making her STEM courses fun,” said Emma, who had signed up to enrol her daughter with online tutoring.

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