High School Science and Technology
From the Krebs cycle to kinematics, we're here to make science your strong suit.
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Embrace the science at the core of our lives.
We work with students on core high school science requirements, standardized tests, and other extremely cool science and technology topics for school, just for fun, or both.
Core High School Science
AP Environmental Science
AP Physics I and II
AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science Principles
We are a cooperative of thinkers––physicists, biologists, chemists, computer scientists, engineers, and so many more--who provide exceptional one-on-one tutoring and academic support to our students.Meet everyone
We are a cooperative of thinkers––physicists, biologists, chemists, computer scientists, engineers, and so many more--who provide exceptional one-on-one tutoring and academic support to our students.
Grace is a dental student at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. She graduated from Duke University with honors and a double major in Biology and Global Health.
Paul holds a BA in History (Yale) and MA in Global Affairs (Schwarzman College, Tsinghua University). A recipient of the Fulbright and Schwarzman Fellowships, Paul is currently a Presidential Management Fellow in Washington DC.
Casey received her PhD in Neuroscience from the Icahn Scholl of Medicine at Mount Sinai, and her BS in Biology from William & Mary. She is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Columbia University.
Joy is an MD/PhD candidate at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She earned a BS (Biochemistry, Molecular Biology) and BA (Anthropology) from Brown, and completed a postbacc fellowship at the National Cancer Institute.
Thomas earned his BS in Chemistry at Duke. He is currently an MD/PhD at Harvard-MIT. In the Harvard Immunology Program, he is studying how the immune system responds to severe viral infections such as COVID-19
Cassandra attended UVA on a four-year, full cost of attendance scholarship with a double major in Human Biology and Spanish. After graduating in May 2020, she went straight into the NYU Grossman School of Medicine, with dreams of becoming an adult or pediatric oncologist.
Juliet studied Playwriting and Biology at Northwestern University with a focus on Biochemistry and Biophysics. She worked for several years as a research scientist after graduation, eventually pursuing an MS in Biomedical Engineering at Northwestern
Ryan graduated from Yale College with honors in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, and completed the Multidisciplinary Academic Program in Global Health. He is currently a student at Harvard Medical School, and hopes to pursue a career in infectious diseases.
Isa designed an independent major at Williams College titled “Critical Health Studies,” combining philosophy, sociology, and anthropology with the goal of complementing her science-oriented pre-medical education with a humanist and critical exploration of health and medicine. After graduating with Highest Honors, she is now an entering MD-PhD student at the University of Michigan where she will complete her doctoral work in sociocultural anthropology.
Eleanor is an MBA/Masters in Computer Science dual degree candidate at the University of Chicago/Booth School of Business. Previously, she received her Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry from Yale University.
Rasheca was a Robertson scholar who attended Duke University and also had the opportunity to simultaneously major at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. At Duke, Rasheca majored in Public Policy and at UNC Rasheca majored in Nutrition. She graduated in 2020 summa cum laude, with distinction, and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She is currently pursuing a medical degree at Harvard Medical School.
Carlos attended The University of Texas at Austin for his undergraduate education, where he graduated with a BS in Biochemistry (Research Distinction, Highest Honors). He is now pursuing an MD degree at Harvard Medical School.
Diane is a MD/MS candidate at Columbia University, where she has recently published a first author manuscript in cardiothoracic surgery research. Previously, she studied Molecular and Cell Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, where she graduated magna cum laude and was inducted into Phi Beta Kappa.
Julia graduated summa cum laude from Northeastern University with a major in cell and molecular biology. She is currently a PhD student at MIT studying the interactions between bacteria and bacteriophages, which are the viruses that infect bacteria.
“Joan has been working with my daughter for two years, and has completely transformed her work ethic through effective time management techniques and study habits. Joan has a strong background in science and has gone above and beyond. On top of the academic help she provides, Joan gives her ideas for resources and summer programs, helps her write emails and cover letters, and proofreads her applications. Joan has instilled a new sense of ambition and confidence in my daughter, inspiring her to aim higher and giving her the skills she needs to do so. Above all, Joan has made her excited to learn and do work. She is incredibly supportive and kind, and my daughter is so lucky to have her.”
“We are forever grateful for Cambridge Coaching! Casey was the brightest spot of our son's chemistry course. She completely shifted our son's confidence and helped him believe in himself and his abilities in chemistry. He received a superb final grade and an excellent SAT Subject Test score. Most importantly, Casey helped our son develop a love of chemistry. We could not have asked for more. ”
“Thanks to Cambridge Coaching's support, I received 5's on my AP Tests (Physics Mechanics, Physics E&M, Calculus BC, Computer Science A), and earned A's in both physics and calculus, finishing off my transcript with a 4.00 GPA. Apart from the scores, I've walked away from this year with an incredible amount of understanding of the material I learned, and have already begun to use my knowledge in my summer program. Thank you very very much for all your help and support! ”
High School Science Blog Posts
Tips and mnemonics for memorizing amino acid structures
What is the phospholipid bilayer and what determines its fluidity?
Breaking down nephron functioning into six easy steps!
An introduction to blood types: genotype, phenotype, inheritance, transfusion, and more!
We’ve created structured, yet flexible pricing plans that offer everything your child needs to succeed in their classes.
Hourly Rate1 Hour
All of our tutoring is priced on an hourly basis, and most academic tutoring sessions are 90 minutes. If you're not sure how much tutoring your child will need, you can enroll in our "pay as you go" option.
First Time Package4.5 Hours
We require a first-time minimum commitment of three 90 minute sessions due to the significant amount of preparation that tutors do in advance of the first few sessions. This initial package is a good way for your child to get their feet wet, evaluate the amount of tutoring they'll ultimately need, and see if they feel comfortable with their tutor.
Ten Sessions15 Hours 5% OFF
An opportunity to deepen your child's understanding and comfort with their classes, with more flexibility to cover content, essential skills, and exam preparation.
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Twenty Sessions30 Hours 10% OFF
A comprehensive approach to tackling a class, providing ample time and space for your child to absorb material, master the ropes of the subject, and get comfortable with assignments and exams.
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We have 4 tiers of coaches. The coach’s tier is based on the experience level of the coach with our team. All coaches begin working with Cambridge Coaching at the Standard tier.