Your 2021 guide to tutoring businesses in The Woodlands area

The Woodlands area has a number of locations offering tutoring in school subjects as well as standardized test preparation for children from prekindergarten through college. Some services offer virtual options. This list is not comprehensive. Locations may offer additional services.

1. Best in Class Education Center of The Woodlands

375 Sawdust Road, Spring

832-422-9398

www.bestinclasseducation.com



Subjects offered: math, English, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: pre-K-12

Virtual option: yes

2. C2 Education

6777 Woodlands Parkway, Ste. 325, The Woodlands

281-826-6945

www.c2educate.com

Subjects offered: math, English, science, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: 5-12, some college

Virtual option: yes

3. GradePower Learning of The Woodlands

3091 College Park Drive, Ste. 305, The Woodlands

936-703-2117

www.gradepowerlearning.com

Subjects offered: math, English, science, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: K-12

Virtual option: no

4. Huntington Learning Center of Spring

2222 Rayford Road, Ste. 109, Spring

281-298-3400

Subjects offered: math, reading, writing, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: K-12

Virtual option: yes

5. Huntington Learning Center of The Woodlands

26400 Kuykendahl Road, Ste. C-280, The Woodlands

832-843-6296

www.huntingtonhelps.com

Subjects offered: math, English, science, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: K-12

Virtual option: yes

6. Kumon Math and Reading Center of Spring

3779 Riley Fuzzel Road, Ste. 300, Spring

281-419-4434

www.kumon.com

Subjects offered: math, reading

Ages: 3-13+

Virtual option: yes

7. Kumon Math and Reading Center of The Woodlands, East

4747 Research Forest Drive, Ste. 190, The Woodlands

832-562-4646

www.kumon.com

Subjects offered: math, reading

Ages: 3-13+

Virtual option: yes

8. Kumon Math and Reading Center of The Woodlands, West

8000 McBeth Way, Ste. 155, The Woodlands

832-432-0090

www.kumon.com

Subjects offered: math, reading

Ages:3-13+

Virtual option: yes

9. Kumon of The Woodlands Alden Bridge

8021 Research Forest Drive, Ste. C, The Woodlands

281-353-6925

www.kumon.com

Subjects offered: math, reading

Ages: 3-13+

Virtual option: yes

10. Mathnasium of The Woodlands

4775 W. Panther Creek Drive, Ste. 410, The Woodlands

281-465-4990

www.mathnasium.com

Subject offered: math

Grade levels: K-12

Virtual option: yes

11. Sylvan Learning of The Woodlands and Magnolia

32731 Egypt Lane, Ste. 503, Magnolia

281-305-4280

www.sylvanlearning.com

Subjects offered: math, English, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: age 4.5-college

Virtual option: yes

12. Suprex Learning

350 Nursery Road,

Ste. 1101, The Woodlands

832-900-9660

www.suprexlearning.com

Subjects offered: math, English, science, social studies, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: pre-K-college

Virtual option: yes

on-site tutoring

Reeves Tutoring

[email protected]

903-780-0752

www.reevestutoring.com

Subjects offered: math, PSAT, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: K-12, college

Virtual option: yes

Simply Tutoring of The Woodlands

281-362-7878

www.simplytutoring.com

Subjects offered: math, English, State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness, SAT, ACT

Grade levels: pre-K-college, graduate

Virtual option: yes




By Ally Bolender

Reporter, The Woodlands

Ally joined Community Impact Newspaper as a reporter in May 2021 after graduating with a degree in journalism from Texas State University. Ally covers education, local government, transportation, business, and real estate development in The Woodlands. Prior to CI, Ally served as news content manager of KTSW FM-89.9 in San Marcos, Texas.

By Andrew Christman
Andrew joined Community Impact Newspaper in early 2019 after moving from Indiana. He is a 2015 graduate from Indiana State University, where he received degrees in English and journalism. He has written for a number of small town publications throughout his career as a reporter.


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