At MSS, personal attention is fundamental to a student’s success and lies at the forefront of every student-coach relationship.
Working with both students who are struggling academically and high-achievers looking to improve their learning efficiency, we use fresh and creative ways to deepen understanding of class material, which has a profound impact on our students’ abilities to thrive at school and beyond.
Customizing strategies for each student’s unique learning style, our academic coaches focus not only on improving grades and increasing test scores, but also on building confidence and developing valuable skills that last a lifetime.
Each coach is carefully selected through an extensive hiring process and receives ongoing professional development to ensure our families get the best support and, ultimately, the best results.
Monday – Thursday 3:30 – 8:30 pm
Fridays 3:30 – 5:30 pm
Saturdays 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Main Street Scholars provides individual academic coaching for all students grades 7–12. In one-on-one, hour-long sessions we offer support in all courses offered by Cunha Middle School, Sea Crest, Wilkinson, Half Moon Bay High School, and all local elementary, private, and Catholic schools in the greater San Francisco Bay Area.
Pricing for 2019–2020 fall term. Prices listed are per hour.
Aneesha came to MSS after her freshman year at HMBHS. Though determined and hardworking, her grades reflected her struggle with reading, organization, and test-taking. We worked with Aneesha to build her confidence and skills throughout high school. Aneesha worked with Liz Murphy to hone her college application while studying to improve her SAT scores. The last semester of her senior year was her best; she blossomed, her confidence was noticeable and she felt very capable.
Aneesha was accepted by a number of colleges. She chose to attend Portland State University, working toward an Environmental Science Degree in the Honors program. As a rising sophomore, she earned a Research Experiences for Undergraduates (R.E.U.) Internship, granted by the National Science Foundation. During this time, she was part of an atmospheric research team that studied diesel emissions in the Portland area and presented the team’s results at the American Geophysical Union 2018 Fall Meeting, in Washington D.C. Aneesha continues to excel as a student that truly cares about the environment and her community. She has traveled to many countries and would like to work in the Peace Corps. She says, “I have every intention of using my degree to work towards remediating issues that affect those who suffer from environmental injustice.”