Quarantutors connects K-12 students and their parents with high school-age tutors for one-on-one online teaching through the video conferencing platform Zoom. Tutors arrange tutoring session times with students based on mutual availability.
Our tutors are qualified high-schoolers and college students who wish to give back to their community. When your child is assigned to a tutor, we will provide the tutor's headshot and description so you can get to know them better.
Fill out the Google form on our homepage linked by the button saying "BOOK ONLINE."
We do not allow any in-person contact between the students and tutors.
Parents are encouraged to be present at any or all tutoring sessions, especially with younger students.
We will keep your request on a waitlist until we find a tutor who can teach in those subjects.
We accept optional donations at our GoFundMe, which is linked on our homepage on the "DONATE" button.
You can find our tutor applications for high school and college students by scrolling down on this website's home page.
Yes! We verify volunteer hours through the Zoom video recordings of tutoring sessions that all tutors are required to submit to us according to our Code of Conduct for legal purposes.
To request signatures or other forms of verification for volunteer hours, please email Annie, our manager of tutoring resources, at email@example.com. Make sure to cc firstname.lastname@example.org as well.
We will email you to let you know when you have been assigned to a student as soon as possible.
Our system for tutor applicants functions as an ongoing waitlist. When we receive tutoring requests from students and parents, we select a tutor for that student based on the subjects they need tutoring in, their tutor preferences, and any other considerations we need to make for the tutor and student to be a good match. Once a tutor is actively tutoring a student, we add the tutor’s headshot and bio to the "Our Team" page on this website.
Quarantutors can take up 2 to 5 hours each week, depending on the student's academic needs.
Tutors should never meet their students in person.