Education Enrichment Center (EEC) is located close to Pleasanton Downtown near Amador Valley High School. Majority of our students are from Pleasanton, San Ramon Unified, Dublin and Livermore School Districts. There are a few who join us from Fremont as well. EEC has been offering tutoring services for last 13 years and has made a name for itself for highly qualified teachers, reasonable rates, and exceeding expectations. Our students have joined Ivy Leagues, top UCs and private colleges!
EEC focuses on higher level of thinking, problem solving and creativity. By keeping our class sizes small we aim to give maximum attention to the students and to bring healthy competition within the class and at the same time providing an opportunity for one on one consultation. Apart from catering to students from K through12 we also offer SAT/ACT Prep courses that range from both SAT II Subject Tests in Math, Science to SAT/ACT preparation courses. We extensively use resources like Diagnostic tests, and extra practice materials to help in preparation! We at EEC believe in flexibility and work with each family to accommodate any student with desire to achieve higher academic level.
We believe in overall child development. In addition to focusing on Academics, we also provide many extracurricular classes to promote personal growth and discipline with classes like public speaking, speech, debate, languages, computers etc. Over the years we have grown with word of the mouth in the community and every child that joins us becomes a part of the EEC family and grows with us!
people love what we do...
Peter is UC Berkeley graduate with triple major in Applied Math, Statistics and Economics. Peter has taught thousands of students in private and group settings in teaching career over 5 years. He motivates kids to learn math in fun and interesting way.
Debbie has been teaching for 40 years. She is Graduate of UC Berkeley and Holy Names University. She specializes in all aspects of English for ages 7 through high school. At EEC she focuses on close reading, vocabulary building, essay writing and novel reading.
Dona taught in the Livermore School District and enjoyed time in both public and private schools for over 35 years as a primary teacher teaching K, 1st and 2nd. She is a graduate of Cal State East Bay with a Bachelor of Science in Education. In retirement years she volunteered for Children's Home Society (an adoption agency) Project Open Hand of San Francisco, and has also helped friends run successfully for political office within the Tri-Valley. She has also volunteered for many years raising money for scholarships supporting woman bound for college. She enjoys walking, reading, swimming, writing poetry, gardening, antiquing and travel. She has been with EEC for six years.