Tutoring in West Loop

Up to 60% Off Tutoring from The Mighty Pen

The Mighty Pen

On Location

$100 $49

Tutor specializes in organizational skills, strategies in test prep, writing and editing papers, research projects, AP/honors, and more

Up to 65% Off Academic Tutoring

Young Explorers Enrichment Services, Inc.

Redeem from Home

$200 $79

Instructors work with children and their teachers to create a customized series of lessons for each child

Up to 53% Off a Screenwriting Workshop

Artist Acting Acadmey

Central Chicago

$75 $37

Aspiring screenwriters receive pointers on crafting a script for television or film

Up to 53% Off BYOB Creative Writing Class at Both Sides Art

Both Sides Art


$40 $20


BYOB creative writing classes provide a supportive environment and positive feedback for writers of all experience levels

Up to 80% Off Tutoring Sessions from Best Brains

Best Brains Chicago

Multiple Locations

$244 $59

Certified teachers tutor students in English, math, general knowledge, and the abacus

50% Off Academic-Tutor Services



$50 $25

Small groups of students complete educational activities in a fun, engaging "Power Hour" format

Up to 75% Off Tutoring

iLearn Academy


$209 $59

Professional tutors lead students one-on-one through English, Math, Science and ESL classes, or help small groups ace the ACT

50% Off a Project-Management Course

I'll Show U Technologies

Oak Forest

$8,000 $4,000

Working adults enroll in live-instructor courses to earn certification in Cisco and project management, opening up advancement opportunities

50% Off Tutoring Sessions

Mccree Tutoring Services

South Holland

$70 $35

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 55% Off Tutoring at Mosaic Tutor

Mosaic Tutor


$100 $45

One-on-one tutoring sessions help individuals in areas where they might struggle; valid for any age, from preschool to adult

Up to 61% Off English or Math Tutoring

EyeLevel Elmhurst,IL


$250 $99

Students improve problem-solving skills and master mathematical concepts, or strengthen language skills such as reading and writing

Up to 60% Off English or Math Tutoring

Eye Level

Orland Park

$250 $110

In each one-hour session once every week, tutors help children aged 3–18 master critical-thinking math and English skills

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Revolution Prep helps students across Chicagoland improve their ACT scores through group courses, hybrid courses, or private tutoring. We have 3 point score improvement guarantee.

328 S Jefferson St

Experienced instructors at inlingua School of Languages have been refining the pronunciation and grammar of foreign language learners for over 40 years. Conducted entirely in the language of study, group classes teach small crews to converse comfortably in their chosen tongue, drilling them on grammar and pronunciation. Students can choose from beginner, intermediate, or advanced classes based on their skill level, and between four- or eight-week courses depending on their study goals. A four-week course can provide a brief introduction to a new language and travel-survival skills, and an eight-week session facilitates longer-term language goals, such as living abroad or communicating with a german chocolate cake in its native tongue. See inlingua’s online schedule for more details.

200 W Madison St

In the face of informational overload, Iris Reading helps students maintain a laser-like focus so they can cut through their reading material with speed. Online and in-person classes utilize drills to change old habits and drum up reading speed while still maintaining comprehension. And these techniques aren't just useful for literature and cereal-box backs. Classes cover strategies for magazines, newspapers, technical manuals, and websites, stressing the importance of retention and productivity along the way. Upon completion of Iris Reading's courses, students have reported the ability to tear through their reading material up to five times faster.

401 S La Salle St

When they founded their business in 2009, MyGuru's founders were all still graduate students at Northwestern University. The trials and tribulations of preparing for the SAT, ACT, GMAT, and LSAT tests fresh in their minds, they saw a need, and an opportunity, for customized one-on-one tutoring for aspiring students. Having all cut their teeth working for prominent test-prep and tutoring companies themselves, the founders set out to create a company with a different focus from the rest. MyGuru got rolling slowly, focusing on acquiring the services of stellar tutors, rather than in catering to the maximum number of students. After three years steadily growing its influence in the Chicagoland area, MyGuru began expanding to other urban areas where tutors could thrive: big cities including New York, college towns such as Champagne, IL, and scholarly bastions like the secret NASA Moonbase Only for Smart People. Today, MyGuru's experienced staff can be found around the country, helping students master test materials whether they're on the road to an undergraduate degree or their Master of Mastery.

600 N Kingsbury St

Trilled consonants and accented vowels glide off the tongues of native instructors as they teach the conversational arts in beginner and ongoing Spanish-language classes. Students can complete half of a language level in six two-hour classes held once a week, or double their course load to conquer a full level in the same amount of time. While ongoing classes are available for those with prior knowledge of the language, new students can learn basic conversational skills and the difference between a piñata and the neighbor's mailbox during beginner classes. Small class sizes of three–six allow for ample personal instruction and foster an informal atmosphere. A love of language cannot sustain itself without the occasional kiss of cultural appreciation, so teachers strive to promote a deeper understanding of the traditions, history, and public-indecency laws of their native countries in a range of class activities.

17 N State St

As part of their efforts, WITS tutors purchase hardcover books at a nonprofit discount and distribute them to children in need. Through this program, each student receives two age-appropriate books every year to take home, bolstering their personal libraries while increasing the likelihood that family members will read to them at home. Last year, WITS volunteered tutoring services for more than 2,500 students in the Chicago area, improving literacy rates in some of the lowest-performing public schools.

27 E Monroe St