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TUTORS CLOUD - One on One Learning at Home for Bilingual Students

Whether your child struggles at international school, needs a boost to their confidence, or is trying to achieve the best possible results in an exam, home tutoring can make an enormous difference. But finding the right tutor can be a minefield in Tokyo. Right?

Tutors Cloud makes it easy.  Primary, we leverage the curriculum and text the student is currently working with in his/her international school to ensure the most relevant tutoring is provided. We offer Math, Essay Writing, Computer Programming and other subjects, taught in English by international famous college students with global scholarship and qualified teachers.

The services cover all grade levels, Kindergarten to High School, and incorporate an understanding of different international student learning style. We assist our international students by filling in the missing conceptual gaps between the school outside of Japan and the international school in Japan that are hindering the students success.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, or just want to have a chat about hiring a private tutor, please contact us at contact.us@beaconsq.info, or give us a call. We have a bilingual team of education consultants with specialist local knowledge available to help.



TUTOR'S CLOUD Announcement

チューターズクラウドの新しいホームページができました!Tutor's Cloud is pleased to announce the launch of our new and improved website!

TUTOR'S CLOUD Announcement


3rd Scholastic Chess Tournament

Come & join us to our next tournament!

3rd Scholastic Chess Tournament


Day Camp after X'mas Day!

Open to all school kids (Grade 3+) and every skill level.

Day Camp after X'mas Day!


Tokyo Bilingual Chess Club Announcement

東京バイリンガルチェスクラブの新しいホームページができました!最新スケジュールは Facebook ファンページでもご確認いただけます。

Tokyo Bilingual Chess Club Announcement


ご案内パンフレットをアップしました!(2015年3月改定) Enrollment rules and information is here! (revised March 2015)


ご案内パンフレットをアップしました!(2015年3月改定)  Enrollment rules and information is here! (revised March 2015)