“I’m taking an Algebra II and Trigonometry tutoring class. I had a little trepidation on having to get help in this subject, but after the first five minutes of meeting Mr. Grizzard my “fear” (so-to-speak) vanished. The one-on-one hitunelp, plus the way he explains the material better than my teachers have has tremendously helped me in improving my grade. I recommended him to anyone who is not math inclined.” -Zoe, now a BHS grad
“Phil tutored me in Algebra II just a few days before my final. I’m pretty sure that without him, I would have failed it. He taught me efficiently and went at my pace, explaining things to me in a way that was easily understandable. He even made the process fun with his witty humor. I would recommend him to anyone.” -Remmy Ruiz, now a high school grad
Private Math Tutoring
Welcome! My name is Phil Grizzard, and I’m the founder of Ph.G. Tutoring in Tucson, Arizona. This enterprise began with me as the only tutor, but we have now expanded to several tutors specializing in mathematics. We are experienced tutors, and all of us have either a Master’s degree or a Ph.D.
We tutor nearly all levels of mathematics, along with math-heavy courses such as statistics. We tutor middle school, high school, beginning college, and even advanced college levels. We can help you for the short-term to get you through an exam, or for the long term to help you through a course or sequence of courses. No matter your material level or confidence level, we’ll meet you where you are and help guide you to where you want to be.
We invite you to take a moment to browse our website. If you’d like to schedule an appointment, we’re more than happy to set up a free consultation. Give us a call at (520) 820-4714 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are under 18, please have a parent or guardian make the initial contact. If you are an interested parent or guardian, you don’t need permission from your student to make an appointment!
Thank you for your interest in Ph.G. Tutoring, and we hope to hear from you soon.
R. Philip Grizzard, Ph.D.
last updated on March 31st, 2014