Who We Serve

Educational Tutorial Services has served over 100,000 students!


In the course of our 26-year history, we are pleased to have provided over 100,000 students with high quality tutoring through the agencies, institutions and schools that we work with. We work with at-risk and special needs populations through organizations like welfare agencies, foster care agencies, children’s hospitals and immigrant youth.

welfare Agencies

Educational Tutorial Services has worked nationwide with state and local welfare agencies such as the Department of Children and Families and Department of Human Services for over 26 years to help improve the lives of those served.

Every child deserves the chance at a bright future. We make success achievable by eliminating the learning gap which many children in welfare agencies experience. Additionally, we understand the challenges faced by state and local welfare agencies, and the need for expert assistance to supplement their services.

Foster care agencies

An average of 500,000 children in the United States are in the foster care system, and 50% will never graduate high school without supplemental educational services. Most foster care students experience instability which affects their learning process. This is often due to frequent moves to different foster care homes and foster care families, which results in delays in school registration.

ETS was founded on helping students in Foster Care. Our approach to foster care children is direct and proven effective.

Children’s Hospitals

Children in hospital settings often require learning assistance while they recuperate or await treatment. Educational Tutorial Services partners with hospitals to provide their patients with support services to help eliminate anxieties and make their time away from school as productive as possible. We have provided both bed-side and remote tutoring for children in hospitals as well as anorexia clinics over the years.

immigrant youth

As refugee populations surge, most youth require assistance to prepare for the rigor of the American school system. Many having significant gaps in their education, Educational Tutorial Services offers ESL (English as a Second Language) support to help these children acclimate and adapt to their new environment. Having worked with non-profit groups such as Lutheran Services in America to serve migrant children, ETS is prepared for the challenges of onboarding and managing the complexities that come with serving these students.