Worried about what your child learned (or didn’t) this school year?
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Knowing that every family has just endured an unprecedented "school year", our summer coaching programs were built to offer the right balance of learning solutions for your family. Each program is fun, engaging, and stress-free for “zoomed-out” kids and overworked parents and built to ensure your kids are prepared for the fall.
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 whiteboards and polling, 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.
For elementary students, we offer in-home tutoring in certain areas throughout the Washington, D.C. area. We recognize that some of our youngest learners benefit from in-person learning and for that reason, we are here to serve your family.
Our expert test prep tutors individualize private, online sessions to help students prepare for high-stakes standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, and SSAT.
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Let’s face it, math is different. The study skills and processes your child has used in other subjects won’t necessarily serve her well when the time comes to prepare for a big math test. What is the best way to study for math tests? Our language provides an important clue. We don’t say “do the … Read more
Forty years ago an Indiana electronics company brought a product to market that did more to change American K-12 education than almost anything else. The company, Bowmar Instruments, began selling the first handheld pocket calculator for a whopping $240! By 1976, the cost of the cheapest four-function device had dropped to a few dollars and … Read more
In classrooms across America, teachers strive to provide engaging lessons, meaningful homework, and assessments, but more often than not, our students aren’t learning how to learn. Kids walk out of their classrooms armed with study guides, notes, and chapters to read, but they don’t know how to put that information into storage for retrieval tomorrow, … Read more
Helping your child to study effectively for tests is vitally important in the elementary years. When the groundwork for good habits is set early on, students are more likely to experience success and increased motivation. You can make a difference in your child’s academic performance now and in the future by trying some of the … Read more