About Us

Creating what your child needs to succeed

We offer services for Special Education students and Regular Education students, K thru 12.


Whatever your situation, whatever your comfort zone, Teachers as Tutors offers the perfect learning environment for your child!


We Are More Than Just a Tutoring Service!

*Support for Parents:

*IEP Reviews

*Advocacy during IEP meetings

*Teacher Collaboration

*Reading and Writing Workshops


We Offer A Wide Variety Of Tutoring Options

Subjects Offered: 

Math: preschool – high school

Reading: All ages 

Orton-Gillingham trained teachers

We are now offering Reading Workshops for young struggling readers

Language Arts: K- 12th   

Science: K – 12th   

Social Studies: K – 12th  

Virtual Learning 

We utilize Zoom for Meetings. It is a robust web based and free platform. Many school districts also use Zoom. That is why we chose it. Even if your school system is not using Zoom, it is easy and intuitive, so it will not get in the way of the learning experience.  

Call us to discuss how we can give your child confidence in their schoolwork during this time of uncertainty! 

In-Office Tutoring 

Our trained efficient staff will be there to guide your child with his/her specific learning needs. Many of our students can also see their counselor at Johns Creek and Alpharetta Counseling before or after their tutoring sessions making it easier for their parent's pocket books.


We now offer Reading Workshops for the struggling reader in our Alpharetta Office. 


In-Home Tutoring 

This is just like it sounds.  We have both special education and regular education tutors that can tutor your child in your home.  We can tutor in-home in the Alpharetta/Johns Creek areas as well as Cobb, Gwinnett, Forsyth, and Walton Counties!  

Advocacy For Students With IEP's: 

We offer Special Education Teachers with 19+ years of experience writing IEP's, and running IEP's meetings in schools to advocate for your family during the IEP process. Our teachers have been "there" in the learning environment, working with the administration  of schools, and we know what the schools are asking their special education teachers to do that makes the school system work best for them; not necessarily what's best for the child.  We are not lawyers, but we have the experience to know what can be asked for in an IEP plan that will benefit your child. You are allowed an advocate in an IEP meeting; why not have someone with experience sitting at your side throughout the entire meeting? We don't charge what lawyers charge either! 


Advocacy before Meetings: 

Set up a meeting with your tutor before walking into any type of meeting with your child's teachers. Remember all of our tutors were teachers, so we can give you key input into what would be best for your child. After working with your child, we can give you the objective advice from an educator that is only on your child's side. 




To Ask Questions or To Get Started, Call 470-546-3320

Advocacy Questions, Call 404-542-2795

we are happy to answer any questions: