Math Addvantage is your independent, local tutoring center in Eagan, Minnesota helping students build strong foundations in math and ACT prep for over 30 years. In-person and virtual tutoring is available for all of our services.
Private, Small-Group & EHS Final Exam Review
Comprehensive Course & Private ACT Prep
Progressive Learning Using Singapore Math
Summer Math Tutoring & ACT Prep
Current & Upcoming Offerings
Math Addvantage will be closed from Wednesday, November 23 – Saturday, November 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Regular tutoring will resume on Monday, November 28.
Happy Thanksgiving to your family!
School Year Tutoring
In-Person & Virtual
We are currently accepting registrations for private, semi-private and small group tutoring in all math subjects.
Math Addvantage has always valued the critical relationship between the student and the tutor. We can either meet with your student at our center, or we can meet your student virtually.
Eagan High School Final Exam Review
Sunday, November 27 – Held In-Person
Our popular EHS Final Exam Reviews are an excellent preparation for each trimester’s math final exam. While in a group setting (based on subject), students are tutored using a review written by Math Addvantage to reflect the trimester’s topics.
Costs range from $50 – $65
Private ACT Tutoring for the December 10 Test
- Scheduled based on your availability
- Sundays – Thursdays
- In-Person or Virtual
- Covers all subjects on the ACT (English, Math, Reading, & Science)
Math Addvantage is proud to be partnering with Edina Community Education and White Bear Lake Community Services & Recreation!
In-Person and/or Virtual Tutoring
Which is best for my student?
The educational needs for every student varies. Math Addvantage is proud to offer the flexibility to meet with your student in-person or virtually.
Our In-Person Tutoring is conducted at our center located at 1474 Yankee Doodle Road in Eagan. See our space!
In-person tutoring is better for students:
- who like a face- to face interaction to build a strong relationship
- who need a hands on learning approach
- who thrive in a more social environment
Our virtual tutoring utilizes an interactive whiteboard to facilitate our online tutoring. How does virtual tutoring work?
Virtual tutoring is better for students:
- who like the convenience of logging in from anywhere — no travel time
- who prefer a familiar home-type environment
- who like learning with the aid of technology
How can I thank you guys enough? I absolutely hated the thought of math going into my sophomore year, and now I’ve been accepted into one of the best engineering schools in the nation!”
The tutors at Math Addvantage have taught math for over 30 years, providing an unmatched level of math expertise.
As a result, we effectively tutor all grade levels, ranging from elementary math to college-level courses. Thousands of students have achieved positive outcomes and thorough understandings of math concepts. We were also voted the Best Tutoring Program in Eagan by the Sun-Current Readers’ Choice Awards for 9 times in the last 10 years!
In a recent speech given to a conference of governors, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates explained that our fourth-graders rank among the top students in the world in the subjects of math and science. Those students have slipped to the middle of the pack by eighth grade. By 12th grade, U.S. students are scoring near the bottom of all industrialized nations.
According to a recent news release, Secretary of Education Margaret Spellings released a parent checklist that outlines key things parents can do to help ensure their children are prepared for higher education, as well as the competitive workforce of today’s global economy.
The parent checklist encourages parents to engage in their child’s education and future, including reminding them of the importance of math and science and taking four years of each in high school, even if it is not required.
Undoubtedly not all children will grasp this idea of competing for jobs in a global market. Yet as committed parents, we can at least keep their possibilities open by ensuring our children are proficient in math. We can choose to begin a more concerted effort to provide our children with a strong foundation in math. In doing so, we can help them understand and enjoy math, holding open future doors and possibilities.