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Math Support Services

Welcome to Math Support Services

Imagine a learning center for students who challenge themselves in math and science!
We’re MORE than just a tutoring center – we are a supplemental private school specializing in transferrable classes and academic test preparation.

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Math Support Services has been fully accredited since 1997. The WASC accrediting commission is the same organization that accredits public schools, colleges and universities in the western United States.

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Our Philosophy

Children have different needs and learning styles. Great care is given to matching a tutor with a student. Every tutor is hand picked to meet the optimum success of each student.

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Meet Our Team

We have some amazing educators here at Math Support Services.  We encourage you to check out our team page to meet some of them!

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Homework Café

Doing homework at the Homework Café takes the stress of homework out of the home!  A low ratio (1:6) of instructors to students insures ample opportunity to ask questions.

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Virtual Tour

Check out our facilities right here online!  A virtual tour of our space is just a click away and you can see where the magic happens before coming in to enroll!

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Contact Us To Enroll

Contact us now to enroll your student.  We strive to teach all the necessary skills your student needs to be successful and achieve their goals!

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“Math Support Services is a place of academic growth and enrichment, a sort of Mecca for students who desire to perform above the average, to think out of the box, and most of all for those who crave knowledge.”
-Keya (2014 Grad, accepted at Yale, attending UC Irvine)

Latest News…

Will your child be taking Honors or AP courses?

by First, check the PREREQUISITES for the course.  The College Board lists the prerequisites for AP classes. Don’t assume that your child’s counselor is following the College Board recommendations. Sometimes students are placed in Honors/AP courses because they are smart, but smart does not fix unprepared. Second, make sure to front load content this SUMMER. …


What the LD Student Can Do to help Themselves, Understanding Learning Disabilities-Part V

by Once students accept their limitations and understand their strengths they become less hard on themselves emotionally while increasing their expectations of themselves in regards to their goals. Once they realize that they can actively take control and advocate for themselves they feel less helpless. Once a disability has been diagnosed the law protects the…


Understanding Learning Disabilities-Part V

by To be successful learners students need to return to things they have failed at determined to succeed. This stubbornness often contributes to their later success. Many of these students have difficulty focusing on things because their thoughts are disorganized, frequently jumping around. Yet, when they lock in on something that interests them they show…


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