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KC Professional Tutors
from 71 reviews
  • 43 years in business
  • 87 hires on Thumbtack
Sam T.
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Todd Morgan was very friendly and professional.My son's grades went from "D" to "B+" after taking of several math lessons.He feels more confident in a solving of various math problems. We are very satisfied by helpful tutorials of Todd Morgan.

Shawn Ward
from 13 reviews
  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Diane M.
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My daughter was struggling with high school Algebra I. The mother of a classmate recommended Shawn. He reviewed the basic concepts and worked with her through her own homework assignments until she caught on and was able to do it herself. She went on to Algebra II without further tutoring. My son started high school this year and he too struggled with Algebra so we immediately called Shawn. He worked with him throughout first semester and now he too is doing it on his own second semester. Shawn helped both of them build a solid foundation for Algebraic concepts so they could advance. I will not hesitate to contact him if my son struggles again throughout his high school years. Both children liked him and felt comfortable learning with him. His rates were on par with tutors in the KC area. He always showed up and was on time. He was flexible about meeting with kids before big tests.

  • 2 hires on Thumbtack
Kelly B.
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Martin has been tremendously helpful to my son in both Algebra and Chemistry. With Martin's help, my son has improved his test scores in both subjects. Martin is professional, punctual and is flexible with his schedule. I highly recommend his services.

Spanish Assistant
from 4 reviews
  • 18 years in business
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Colleen P.
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Allen is an excellent Spanish tutor. He is always on time for lessons and gives various ways for me to practice my Spanish. During and after our lessons, he often provides links to helpful websites, podcasts, or videos to supplement our Spanish conversations.

Nerdtastic Math Tutors
from 2 reviews
  • 7 years in business
  • 7 hires on Thumbtack
Aaron C.
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My daughter has struggled the last two years in algebra II and calculus until she started going to see Danielle. Her grades improved dramatically and it turned into one of her favorite subjects. I would instantly recommend her and I hope she's around all the way through college! 5 stars for sure!

  • 13 years in business
Dawn E.
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Julie tutored my daughter for algebra II and pre-calculus. My child does not like math but never got less than a B while working with Julie. She even got some a's from a teacher who never gives A's. Julie makes all math understandable and we would hire her for college but my daughter will be too far away. No amount is too much for her expertise.

Julie W.
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Emily has been tutoring my daughter E for the last couple of months. E is a freshman, quite shy, and has been struggling a bit in her studies (mostly Algebra). We first met Emily and I found her to be very professional and yet still very friendly. She supplied me with all her background information - education, experience, references and even a background screening from the Family Care Safety Registry. Emily has helped E with organization and and with her knowledge of Algebra, she has also helped with other homework when needed. Emily pushes E to ask questions and gives her to do lists, she is very encouraging and positive. She relates very well with my daughter and I highly recommend her.

  • 5 years in business
  • 4 hires on Thumbtack

I teach classical piano and vocal music lessons, as well as acting lessons and basic stage movement techniques.

Aracely's Tutoring
from 1 review
  • 1 hire on Thumbtack
Artrice W.
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So far I will give Aracely a 5 because she responded promptly and followed up.I can't wait to work with her.


I'm an experienced piano instructor. I will travel to your home. I also offer math, English, and reading tutoring.


I tutor any age in Spanish and ESL. If you need to improve your fluency levels or prepare for entrance exams, I can help with either. I am a certified K to 12 Spanish teacher and K to 12/adult ESL instructor.


I am a spanish instructor who has been helping others learn since my first days in high school. I am fluent in both English and Spanish, whether it's reading, writing, or speaking. I excel in adapting my methods of teaching to fit particular students in order to provide better results.


I teach private and small group French lessons for students who are already taking French classes as well as creating personalized lessons. I have experience with high school students from both public, private and home school environments.


We teach Spanish for kids and adults with fun, dynamic, and interesting lessons. Main courses offered are Basic, level I, Level II. Medical Spanish and Spanish for business. Course fees are $65-$75 a month (one hour a week). Maximum of four people per session. Also, we offer one-on-one lessons for $20-25/hour Thanks!


I teach folk, pop and classical guitar, English as a second language, and beginning writing to reading. I always use the techniques of Interest-Driven Learning, making certain that all lessons are connected in some palpable way to learner interests.


I'm good in mathematics. I can teach mathematics very well. If anybody is interested, please contact me.


My last two Spanish teaching assignments were a long-term guest teacher position at Lee's Summit North High School in a Spanish II and III classroom and as a Spanish tutor in a high school junior. I deliver instruction in Spanish and English.


I tutor middle school, high school, and junior college students located in metro KCMO in algebra and chemistry. I have over 35 years of teaching experience, and have tutored hundreds of students. I generally charge $25.00 an hour. The first hour is free.


My slogan is "Making connections count." I am a skilled signer/songwriter and enjoy giving guitar and singing lessons. I am also skilled at helping grow their social media presence. My background in theater and english also allows me to teach or tutor actors or anyone trying to hone their writing and speaking skills.


I help to cultivate the talents of my clients by understanding their hearts and psychology in order to give the best feedback possible. Through a unique paring of techniques and methods, I am able to best guide my client to choice making that produces an outcome that is the most successful, realistic and profitable. I am able to coach in areas of arts and language. I have completed a BFA in Musical Theatre from Missouri State University in Springfield, Missouri, and a B.A. in Spanish Language and Literature from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Whether an acting coach, voice coach, Spanish tutor or consultant for diversity and inclusion, I offer experience, a helping hand, patience and understanding.


I teach Spanish lessons individually or in small groups. I am certified to teach Spanish, with 19 years of teaching experience in the public schools in Kansas City. I am a native speaker who can develop individual lesson to fit your needs.

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