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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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As AP students work hard to adjust to virtual schooling for the rest of the year, The College Board announced this afternoon that exams will be pushed to later in May, with test dates ranging from May 11 to May 22. In addition, all exams will be shorter, just 45 minutes, free-response (no multiple choice this … Read more
COVID-19 has thrown us all for a loop, and this is especially true for high schoolers. At a time when grades and test scores matter most, there’s a tremendous amount of uncertainty in the air. Just recently, The College Board (they produce the Advanced Placement exams) and the International Baccalaureate Organization announced sweeping changes. Here’s … Read more
If you live in Virginia, you may have been as shocked as I was yesterday when Governor Northam announced that schools throughout the state will be closed for the year. Yep, not 30 days or 60, but the rest of the school year. And if your kids attend Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) or another district … Read more
Are your kids struggling to stay motivated and focused? Or are they simply driving you up a wall? There’s a good reason for that—we’re in the middle of what I call “the winter slump.” Winter Break already feels like a distant memory, but Spring Break still feels impossibly far away. For kids, parents, and teachers alike, … Read more
After 21 years of working with students, I’ve discovered that the most effective ones don’t usually obsess over big, long-term goals like the ones many of us set at the start of a new year. Instead, they focus on the simple daily habits they know will generate the results they want. Daily habits are much easier … Read more