Looking for a tutor? These Kent businesses could help

Several businesses in Kent offer tutoring services. Parents seeking information about tutoring should contact the Kent School District at 253-373-7000 or one of the following businesses:

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Several businesses in Kent offer tutoring services. Parents seeking information about tutoring should contact the Kent School District at 253-373-7000 or one of the following businesses:

Mathnasium

10445 S.E. 240th St.

253-854-6284

www.mathnasium.com

Education Station

10526 S.E. 237th St.

253-850-3371

www.edukstation.com

Sylvan Learning

25720 104th Ave. S.E.

253-854-7111

www.tutoring.sylvanlearning.com

Tutoring Club

25005 104 Ave. S.E.

253-856-8886

www.tutoringclub.com

KnowledgePoints

12908 S.E. Kent Kangley Rd.

253-639-5599

www.knowledgepoints.com


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