After you submit an enquiry, we'll suggest two coaches that match your specific needs. You'll have the opportunity to meet with both and choose the best fit.
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Andy is the founder of Hampton Tutors. Originally from the UK, he has an undergraduate degree from Oxford University and a master's from the University of Edinburgh. He specializes in writing-based subjects, but can also help with High School Math, Sciences, Languages and Test Prep.
Stephanie has 10 years of experience tutoring students from a variety of backgrounds. She has extensive experience with working with students with Special Educational Needs. She has taught high school level courses in Geometry, Chemistry, and Psychology.
Brian has an undergraduate degree from Cornell, and a postgrad from Columbia; he's currently studying for a PhD at UW. He has been teaching for ten years, working with students of all ages. His specialist subjects are Language Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and English as a Second Language. He can also teach Spanish or Dutch.
Giselle holds an undergraduate degree from Brown University, and a master's degree in Special Education. They have worked as an ELA and History teacher in a special education middle school in New York, and have coached students of all ages with mild to moderate learning difficulties.
Stephanie has a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education/Early Childhood Education and has worked with students with anxiety, ADHD and autism for the last ten years.
Josh is currently a PhD student in the Economics Department at the University of Washington. He teaches undergraduate and graduate-level Microeconomics and Macroeconomics, and also specializes on helping students through the complexities of all levels of Math. Prior to UW, Josh earned a Master of Economics from Boston University.
Kevin holds master's degrees from both Yale and UC Riverside. He has taught college-level logic, philosophy, and writing for fifteen years; he has also worked with over 300 students on their SAT, ACT, and GRE.
Tim holds a PhD in Cognitive and Neural Systems, and a B.S. in Biology from Caltech. Since moving to Seattle, he has coached Math and Biology at a private school; previously he has coached neuroscience and computer programming.
Gina is currently studying for a master's in Social Work at the University of Washington. She specializes in Social Sciences, the Humanities, Writing Skills and Executive Function. She has experience coaching students with ADHD, ADD, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia and Anxiety issues.
Paul has a BA in Biochemistry, and a Master of Education from the University of Washington with a focus on Science education. He specializes in Math and Science coaching, AP classes, and the non-verbal parts of the SAT and ACT. He also has experience working with students with learning difficulties.
Rachel holds an undergraduate degree from Brown University, where she majored in Biology. Rachel has been coaching for ten years, and can help students with Sciences, Math, Humanities, and SAT/ACT test prep. Rachel also has experience with Executive Function Coaching.
Clara has worked in several alternative high school classrooms, and has worked with students with a range of learning difficulties. She holds an undergraduate degree in Sociology and can coach students on the Humanities and Social Sciences.
Shelby is a Math teacher, currently working in the Seattle Public School system. She has formal training in working with students with various learning difficulties.Shelby coaches students at the middle and high school level in Math.
Troy is a PhD student in Physical Therapy at UW. He has more than 10 years of experience tutoring in Math, Chemistry, Biology and executive function. .
Olivia has a degree in Philosophy and Literature from Notre Dame, and her tutoring experience covers nearly every academic subject. Before joining Hampton Tutors, she ran her own tutoring business, where she taught essay-writing, math, science and SAT/ACT Preparation.
Chris has a master's degree from Cambridge University; he is the author of roughly 25 books, several of which have won prizes or been adapted for television or film. He offers coaching across a number of subjects, most particularly English Language and Literature.
Erica has a degree from Northwestern University and has worked with students of many levels with study skills, organizational skills, and essay writing. She also has extensive experience tutoring the SAT, ACT, ISEE, and HSPT.
Nathan is a multilingual tutor, fluent in English, German, and Italian. In addition, he can coach French, Spanish and essay writing. He holds a degree in Engineering, and can help students with Math and Sciences.
David has a degree in Elementary Education from the University of Nebraska and has worked with students of many ages to navigate Autism, Anxiety, and organizational difficulties.
Matthew is a seasoned coach with experience and training in a variety of subjects including Economics and Physics. He started tutoring during his undergraduate studies at Notre Dame University and went on to work with students in Chicago to prepare for the SAT/ACT.
Alan is a Master of Social Work student at the University of Washington with a background in Psychology. He has worked with children who have ADD, PTSD, autism, and other emotional and behavioral challenges to reduce anxiety and improve social skills, and specializes in helping students achieve a head space where they can successfully process new information and think critically.
McCall has a degree from Duke University and has experience tutoring Spanish, English, and humanities. She has also worked as a full-time eight grade Global Studies teacher and advisor.
Meg has worked with children for over 20 years. She has worked in both private and public schools and currently specializes in coaching students with dyslexia and other difficulties with reading and writing.
Andy is currently pursuing a master's in Social Work at the University of Washington. As an Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapist and special education assistant, he helps students develop and grow skills in academics, social communication and executive functioning.
Robin's coaching experience includes tutoring high school and middle school students in subjects varying from Algebra and Pre-Calculus to Language Arts and Social Studies. She has a bachelor's degree in Journalism and studied French Culture and Language Studies at Université Stendhal in Grenoble, France.
Laina is currently pursuing her master's in Social Work. She has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Clark University and a broad range of tutoring experience, including teaching emotional regulation strategies to youth and teens.
Kyli is currently pursuing a master's in Social Work and has an undergraduate degree in English Literature. She recently worked as a poetry teacher, developing and facilitating poetry residencies for students.
Bernard is currently undertaking a postgraduate degree in Data Journalism at UW. He has experience coaching the SAT, ACT, as well as AP courses in the Humanities and Social Sciences. As a journalist, he has written front-page articles for the Seattle Times and Jerusalem Post.
Michael has a PhD in Theoretical Physics from Caltech, and completed his undergraduate and master's degrees at Cambridge University in the UK. He has tutored students from Middle School age up to university-level in Math and Science.