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If you’re like most parents, the role of ‘homeschool police’ is not one you want. We’re here to take the stress out of virtual schooling with flexible programs that range from managing every aspect of your child’s homeschooling to expert virtual tutoring on an as-needed basis.
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There’s no doubt that this school year brings many uncertainties and a whole lot of anxiety to parents and kids. We’re here to help take the burden off your plate and improve your child’s skills, grades and study habits. Using top-notch online video conferencing with interactive white boards and polling for both one-to-one and small group tutoring, our tutors (87% of whom have a master’s degree) make learning so engaging it feels as if they’re in the same room as your child.
Offered as a Premium Service only, in-home tutoring options are limited based on availability and location. While we will strive to accommodate your requests, please understand there may be a significant delay as we look to find the best fit for your student, as well as continuing to follow the COVID safety protocols. In addition, please note there is a $250 non-refundable Placement Search fee required.
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For 2020-21 seniors, test scores are, for the first time ever, completely off of the table. Since COVID cancellations made it so difficult for students to test in the spring, schools are not requiring an SAT or ACT result for admissions. If your child is a senior this year (2020-21), important admissions factors will include … Read more
Unless your child is a senior in the Class of 2021, it’s fairly safe to assume you should move forward with preparing your child to take the SAT or ACT. So where do you begin? That’s what this blog is all about. Start with a Practice Test Our first recommendation to juniors is to figure … Read more
For years, there have been three significant admissions factors for students applying to selective or competitive colleges. Number one: grades in college prep courses. Number two: the strength of curriculum and level of challenge in a student’s course selection. (In other words, did they take AP, IB, or dual enrollment courses?) And number three: admissions … Read more
Math has always gotten a bad rap for being the subject kids struggle with the most. It’s abstract, challenging, and cumulative. (This means that each new skill builds on the last, so failure to master one unit can make future units even harder.) It’s also challenging to teach! If a teacher moves too slowly, some … Read more
A few days ago, I heard someone say, “When it comes to COVID-19, we’re all in the same storm, but we’re not all in the same boat.” It’s true, isn’t it? The pandemic is a shared event, but your experiences with it are unique to you. How it affects health, work, relationships, and so on … Read more