Grades 9 to 12
Students learn to code and work with technology that is applicable to real world problems and is relevant at the university level.
CODING AND TECHNOLOGY
This mathematics program is aimed at both helping students succeed in high school but also improve their SAT and ACT test scores.
READING AND WRITING
Despite biases that may exist we help students refine their reading and writing skills.
LANGUAGE AND DEVELOPMENT
Do you need a second language or are you trying to build English skills? Then, this program is perfect for you
AP classes and test provide an excellent opportunity to accelerate you college experience and earn credits at a minimal cost. This program is designed to help students do well on AP tests in the domains we cover(STEAM).
Just the Facts
The time a student spends in grades 9 through 12 is a critical period where they will develop skills that will help them at the college, university or trade school level. Research has found that "tutoring, after-school assistance, and a culture of high expectations are key parts to highly effective chartered schools" but your teenager does not need to settle if they are not in one of these institutions (Dobbie and Fryer 2013). We offer programs to help students in regular high school, charter schools and even those currently in homeschooling.
All our programs begin with a comprehensive assessment of your child's capabilities. Then, we build a unique program that fits their learning style and needs. We track this progress through an online learning management system.
Our group programs make tutoring available to a more significant number of students. Doing well in high school is not enough, so we link our tutoring program to our test preparation services to help your teenager increase his or her chances of success.
The Cool Ways We Operate
We offer multiple learning paths for our high school program using great tutors and world-class technology. Our virtual tutoring sessions use a combination of collaboration software like Zoom, virtual reality headsets/cameras, and other technology enablers.
Citations and Research References
Dobbie, W., & Fryer Jr, R. G. (2011). Are high-quality schools enough to increase achievement among the poor? Evidence from the Harlem Children's Zone. American Economic Journal: Applied Economics, 3(3), 158-87.
Oreopoulos, P., Brown, R. S., & Lavecchia, A. M. (2017). Pathways to education: An integrated approach to helping at-risk high school students. Journal of Political Economy, 125(4), 947-984.