We have moved our program online since the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic. Please visit the page Online Sessions for more information on our online program.
Today's learning, tomorrow's success
Math skills taught in early childhood are designed to provide a solid foundation children need to succeed throughout elementary school and beyond. It opens the door to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and many other careers in adulthood.
One-on-one or one-on-two tutoring to tailor the instruction according to students’ interests, goals, and backgrounds
After school program on weekdays
Improve homework completion and work habits, get better grades and boost confidence
Free for kids all grades
We offer free math tutoring for elementary and middle school students at all sites. High school students who need free math help are welcome to contact us so we can find right tutors for you.
Math Matters is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization with a mission to help k-12 students build their love and confidence in math. The program was started as a small tutoring program named "Math At the Library" in 2017 from Foothill Ranch Library and has been expanded to six public libraries and one school as we see the high demands in local communities. We have provided on-site service at libraries and changed to online tutoring since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic. With zoom, we are able to recruit/help tutors and students from 150+ cities all over the world.
Over the past five years, we have provided free tutoring services to over 600 kids from the west coast to the east coast. The demonstrated impact of community service from 250+ tutors nationwide has earned much recognition and now we often see new tutors joining by the information provided by their school guidance counselor. Most tutors are high school students, with some college students joining from Boston University, Creighton University, De Anza College, Irvine Valley College, Harvard, UCLA, and US Air Force Academy. We saw tremendous growth in our students in both math and social communication, and tutors shared with us how enjoyable and meaningful it was to be part of this endeavor. With the team, we continue to grow the program and foster a sense of community that shares the core values of teaching, service, commitment, and trust.