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Founded 📆1999
Founder 👔Richard Enos, Greg Zumas
Headquarters 🏙️,
Boston, Massachusetts
Area served 🗺️
Number of employees
DivisionsTest Preparation, Higher and Professional Education, College, Business School, Law School, Grad School, Med School

StudyPoint is a for-profit American company that provides academic and test preparation tutoring to students in grades K-12.[1] It offers preparation for standardized aptitude tests such as the SAT, ACT, PSAT, and SAT Subject Tests, as well as tutoring for academic subjects such as math, biology, physics, Spanish, and writing. Headquartered in Stoneham, Massachusetts, StudyPoint employs 650 tutors and operates in 23 metropolitan areas, including New York City, Chicago, Washington, DC, Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.[2]

StudyPoint uses a one-to-one, in-home tutoring model that incorporates individual needs assessment and online homework tools. The company developed its own customer relationship management (CRM) and dashboard software to track sales data and student-progress metrics such as SAT score improvement and homework completion.[3]


StudyPoint (originally StudySmart, Inc.) was founded in Boston in 1999 by two Cornell University graduates, Richard Enos and Greg Zumas. In 2007 StudyPoint was mentioned in a New York Times article about small-business performance in a slowing economy.[4] In 2013 it was named by Inc. magazine as one of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the United States.[5]


  1. Sean McFadden (March 28, 2008), “Quick Study: Tutor company scores well with aggressive national expansion efforts,” Boston Business Journal.
  2. http://www.studypoint.com/about
  3. Shawn Henry (June 20, 2008), "Do It Yourself: How StudyPoint is building its own CRM and dashboard system," BusinessWeek Small Biz.
  4. Brent Bowers (November 8, 2007), “What Slowdown? Small Businesses Grow Stronger,” The New York Times.
  5. "StudyPoint". Inc. Retrieved 2 March 2019.

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