Where to Find a Tutor in Indianapolis

We’re halfway through the school year, and by this time, you might see that your child needs some additional help in math, science, writing or a number of other subjects. 

Who do you call? Do you do in-person tutoring, online tutoring, or a mix of the two? Indianapolis has plenty of tutoring options for students, from elementary through high school and beyond. Here are some of them.

TBK Tutoring

106 S. College Ave., Indianapolis 

Specifically tailored for math students, TBK Tutoring provides one-on-one sessions or group sessions, and classes are provided online. They help students in elementary, intermediate and high school math, including algebra, geometry, pre-calculus, calculus and statistics. 

Varsity Tutors

Mobile program (they come to you) 

Varsity Tutors has a large staff of experienced tutors for everything from Spanish to music, and of course, general courses, as well. Some tutors are trained in working with students who have special needs, and others have full time positions as electrical engineers, ESL teachers or economics, working with students in their free time. 

Sylvan Learning

8725 US Hwy 31 South, Indianapolis 

Sylvan Learning is a franchise tutoring service with locations across the state. They offer in-person and online tutoring in subjects spanning from reading, writing, science and more. They also offer homeschool support, study skill improvement and ACT/SAT preparation. 


7216 N. Keystone Ave., Indianapolis 

A tutoring franchise, Kumon boasts their own special way of helping children excel in math and reading programs. Their program requires two days a week at the Kumon center and five more assignments to be completed at home, aimed at teaching critical thinking and self-learning skills versus memorization. They also have locations across the state. 

Huntington Learning Center

2635 E. 62nd St., Indianapolis

Creating individualized programs for each student is the recipe for success according to Huntington Learning Center. They offer experienced tutors in elementary through high school levels, including ACT/SAT preparation. The tutoring service has special programs for ADHD support and study hall time for those that need a quiet space to learn. 

If you’re looking for a private tutor, check out Care.com, a site dedicated to finding individuals in your hometown for everything from daycare to dog sitting to tutoring. 


Multiple locations around Indianapolis

Like the name suggests, Mathnasium offers customized in-person and live, face-to-face online math tutoring to help kids learn math through lessons and tutorials for grades K-12.

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