West Los Angeles
Private Tutoring that gets results in Los Angeles
Whether your child attends public school or a private school, they may need the assistance of a math tutor to get caught up with difficult subjects like algebra, trigonometry, calculus or geometry.
With the implementation of Common Core, many students in primary grades and High School are finding themselves struggling with english, language arts or writing, and are in need of a reading tutor. Homework time has become stressful and your child’s grade are suffering. We also offer private foreign language tutors for students trying to learn Spanish, French, German, Japanese or Chinese.
REACH brings over a decade of experience working one-on-one with students. Our tutoring is customized to meet the specific academic needs and learning style of each student. Our process along with hiring the best teachers and monitoring the tutoring progress is what has built our exemplary reputation for getting results.
Our private tutors in Los Angeles travel to El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and all of L.A.
To schedule a private consultation to see how Reach Pro Tutoring can help your student, please call Dometrius McClain at 310-774-2330
Dometrius McClain, Los Angeles Regional Director
West Los Angeles/South Bay Regional Director, Dometrius McClain, joins REACH with over 20 years of experience in education with the Los Angeles Unified School District. Her interest in education began as a sophomore in college while tutoring a younger cousin. After noticing the power one can have to positively impact a child’s confidence and preparedness, she knew that she wanted to make a difference through teaching.
Dometrius received her B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Redlands and completed course work for her teaching credential at Cal Poly, Pomona. Dometrius began her career as a business education instructor, bringing real world experiences to the classroom. She was instrumental in integrating academic education in numerous CTE programs and helped establish a curriculum that brought technology into a reading and math program for underachieving high school students. She was involved with student-centered activities, serving as cheerleader sponsor, student council coordinator, and advisor for SkillsUSA.
A desire to reach more students led Dometrius to obtain her M.A. in Educational Administration in 2003. She then became a teacher advisor in the counseling department, guiding students through academic and career planning. She eventually became the site administrator of a satellite school and gained tremendous joy from presenting teachers with new and innovative teaching techniques, as well as implementing best practices to improve teacher effectiveness. Dometrius has been a mentor and volunteer in various programs that serve at-risk students, focusing on avenues to help students recover and make up coursework. Now retired, she vows to give students, in need of extra assistance, a successful and focused educational program that will help them maintain their grades and reach their full potential.