Frequent Questions

We updated the website in order to give you the ability to control your own profile page and update it as needed. In addition, we added new features to make our search functions more user-friendly.

Our new features include but are not limited to: a sleeker overall website design, an inbox option so that families are now able to message teachers and organizations directly, an interactive map, enhanced search features to allow searching by class type, grade, and location; and a new review system that enables users to provide feedback on their experiences with teachers and organizations.

Please look for an email from with instructions on how to log in to your new profile.

Please look for an email from with instructions on how to log in to your new profile.

Follow the prompts outlined in the email from You will be directed to the new login page and instructed on how to set your password. 

No, all links from profiles set up on our old site have been redirected to the new link. It may be wise to note the new link for your records.

No, our base profile has and will remain a free service.

Once you’re logged in, navigate to the ‘My Account’ account dashboard > Click on ‘My Listings‘ and click edit.

We are always seeking to improve. If you encounter any issues while using our site, or if you have any feedback, please let us know.

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Platform Guidelines

When using our site, there are a few things to keep in mind that can help you find a great teacher. When you find a teacher that you think might work, don’t forget to do your homework before agreeing to anything!

Ask Around

Has anyone you know used the teacher before? Sometimes a warm referral can be a great way to make a connection!

Ask For References

Don’t be afraid to ask the teacher for references. A phone call or email to someone can help you verify information

Background Checks

There are several resources available for a very low cost to do some research in advance of deciding if a teacher is right for you or your child.

Meet In Person

Meeting over coffee or lunch can be a great way to get to know a teacher before any work is to be done