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99% of CogniTutor’s students are funded by nonprofit, scholarship, and governmental organizations. CogniTutor provides services to students, schools, foster care organizations, and more. We have designed our services to fulfill our clients’ educational goals based on their needs. From providing workshops for teachers and helping students get into college to working with special needs students, we make sure our clients succeed!

Foster Care and Other Non-Profit Organizations

CogniTutor meets personally with each organization to design a program that works best for their budget and their clients. We offer small group courses to lower costs and provide better opportunities for your organization’s students. For example, we have partnered to

  • Provide funded tutoring to foster children
  • Offer funded GED preparation to abuse victims
  • Provide funded tutoring to veterans attending college


CogniTutor has worked with 3 year olds to 70 year olds on piano, algebra 2, ACT, and everything between! We’ve worked with students to get accepted into Ivy League universities and have worked with nonprofits to provide funded tutoring to foster children. Students at all levels have benefitted from our effective and unique techniques.

CogniTutor works with international, domestic, and homeschooling students. We provide you with a trusted tutor who will make a specialized plan for you to succeed. We work with your school and curriculum to provide for your specific needs. We specialize in helping you prepare for your standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT so that you can get into the university that you want. We help you learn long-term skills that will help you through college and beyond.


CogniTutor provides workshops catered to your curriculum for students or for teachers. Our tutors work with teachers to make sure what we teach students is consistent with your curriculum. We offer workshops that can be held on your school campus for large groups of students. We also offer workshops to offer strategies, training, etc. for your teachers in subjects such as ACT, SAT, and learning to learn.