Private Tutoring in The Los Gatos Area

We provide the highest-rated services in the San Jose Bay Area when it comes to private tutoring for middle and high school students.

How A Private Tutoring Session Works

How private tutoring sessions work. Choose your subjects, for example, math, language arts, history, or science.

Choose your Subjects

You’re able to choose one or more subjects

Decide the location

Whether you want an in-home, online, or at our facility tutoring session, we make it easy and convenient for you.

Schedule a 15-minute consultation

Speak with us to discuss your private tutoring needs!

Find an After School Private Tutoring Program Near You

Middle Schools We Service:

  • The Harker School – Middle School
  • Stratford School – Middle School
  • Hillbrook School – Lower and Middle School
  • Raymond J. Fisher Middle
  • Union Middle
  • John Muir Middle
  • Redwood Middle

High Schools We Service:

  • The Harker School – Upper School
  • Stratford Preparatory School
  • Hillbrook School – Upper School
  • Prospect High
  • Saratoga High
  • Westmont High
  • Campbell Union High
  • Leigh High
  • Los Gatos High
  • Branham High
  • Pioneer High
  • Henry T. Gunderson High
  • Broadway High

After School Homework Help – Subjects We Offer

Integrated math

Integrated Math (IM 1, IM 2, IM 3 Stem) combines several branches of mathematics, including algebra, geometry, and statistics, to emphasize the connections between different areas of math and their real-world applications.

Algebra 1 & 2

In Algebra 1, students learn about linear equations, quadratic equations, factoring, and systems of equations.

Algebra 2 builds on these concepts and introduces logarithms, exponents, polynomial functions, and conic sections.


Geometry is the study of shapes, sizes, and positions of objects in space. Students explore points, lines, angles, polygons, area, volume, congruence, similarity, trigonometry, and the Pythagorean theorem.


Trigonometry deals with the relationships between sides and angles of triangles. Topics include trig functions, identities, angles, inverse trig functions, and applications such as distance and height problems.


Precalculus builds on Algebra 2 and Trigonometry to prepare students for advanced calculus. Topics include logarithmic functions, polynomial functions, exponential functions, vectors, and complex numbers.


AP Calculus covers concepts such as limits, derivatives, integrals, sequences, series, and integration techniques. AB focuses on single variable calculus while BC adds advanced topics such as parametric, vector, and polar functions, and series convergence tests.


Students improve their reading comprehension, vocabulary, and critical thinking skills by analyzing and interpreting a variety of texts, including novels, short stories, and poetry.

They hone their skills to become confident and effective readers, capable of engaging with complex texts and interpreting them with depth and nuance.


Students learn the art of effective writing, including narrative, expository, and persuasive forms. Topics include grammar, research, citation, editing, and audience analysis. By honing their writing skills, students can develop the ability to communicate complex ideas with clarity and coherence.

Biology/AP Bio

Students explore the science of life, covering topics such as cell biology, genetics, evolution, ecology, and anatomy. learn about the diversity of life forms and how they function and interact. Through laboratory experiments and field studies, students develop scientific inquiry and critical thinking skills.

Chemistry/AP Chem

Students explore the properties and behavior of matter, including atomic structure, chemical bonding, reactions, stoichiometry, solutions, acids and bases, and organic chemistry. They also conduct laboratory experiments to measure the physical and chemical properties of substances.


Students develop their skills in reading, writing, speaking, and listening to the language through engaging activities and interactive lessons. They also explore the rich and diverse cultures of Spanish-speaking countries and study famous works of literature written in Spanish.

act & sat tEST pREP

Our test prep program helps students prepare for the ACT or SAT. We focus on developing test-taking strategies, reviewing content in reading, writing, math, and science, and providing practice tests to build confidence and improve scores.


Students delve into fundamental numerical concepts and master basic operations. Real-world applications and data interpretation are explored. Some geometry and statistics is also introduced. This comprehensive foundation sets the stage for future mathematical studies.

6th – 8th Grade Science

Students explore the basics of a diverse range of sciences, include life sciences, physical sciences, Earth sciences, and space science. These classes help them develop a deeper understanding of scientific methods and principles and prepare them for more advanced scientific exploration.

6th – 8th Grade Math

Students build upon arithmetic skills to explore more advanced concepts. They study expressions and equations, basic geometry, and learn introductory concepts of probability and statistics. These classes provide a solid mathematical groundwork for higher levels of mathematics.

Contact us for your after school tutoring needs at MathTowne

Contact Us

Let’s get in touch

Please email, call, or text us to discuss your tutoring needs! Our Education Director will be happy to find a customized solution that fits your schedule and academic goals.


Los Gatos Office

15750 Winchester Blvd
Suite 104A
Los Gatos, CA 95030

San Jose Office

1551 Saratoga Ave, #10
San Jose, CA 95129

People searching up FAQs about after school tutoring programs in San Jose

Frequently Asked Questions

Tutoring provides personalized attention and support to help your child excel academically. Our tutors can address specific learning gaps, boost confidence, and provide strategies to enhance learning. It also saves your child time as material is learned more efficiently.

We offer lessons in-home, at any of our locations, or at any public library depending on your needs.

We offer flexible scheduling options to meet the needs of each student. We can arrange weekly, bi-weekly, or occasional tutoring sessions depending on the student’s needs and availability.

Our tutors use a variety of materials and resources to support student learning, including textbooks, workbooks, practice problems, and educational technology. We also encourage students to bring their own materials and homework assignments to tutoring sessions.

Yes, we offer flexible scheduling options to meet the needs of each student. Our tutors are available for tutoring sessions after school, on weekends, and during school breaks.

While we specialize in a wide range of subjects, there may be instances where we are unable to provide tutoring for a specific subject. In these cases, we will work with you to find a qualified tutor or educational resource to meet your student’s needs.