Register Now! When:Monday- Thursday 10:00 am – 12:30 pm Grades:K-5; 6-8 SMALL GROUPS (1 tutor: 6 students) Price:$225.00 per week10% Sibling Discount June 17-21: Writers Workshop Swiftie Edition! Calling all Taylor Swift fans! Students will write their own songs at this Taylor Swift inspired lyric writing camp. We will focus on vocabulary, grammar, parts of [...]
When:Tuesday, December 27-Friday, December 30 12:30-2:30 Register Now! Join us for a cozy and fun winter book club! This year we'll be reading Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief. This will be a read aloud so all ages are welcome. We'll also make some book related crafts, have hot cocoa and snacks!
Where did the Orton-Gillingham approach originate? Dr. Samuel Orton, a pathologist who worked with adult patients with brain damage, was asked to evaluate students who were struggling to read. After much observation, he realized these students were reversing letters and their order in words causing them difficulties with reading. His knowledge of brain damage led [...]
What is it? The Woodcock-Johnson IV (WJ-IV) is an individually administered assessment that thoroughly tests academic strengths and weaknesses with varying subsets of tests. It includes comprehensive assessments of reading, writing, math, oral language, processing, and more. Unlike other achievement tests that only test your child at their current grade level, the WJ-IV is for [...]
We create a personalized learning programs for each of our students. It is important to us that each child who comes through our door walks out feeling more confident than when he walked in. We start out by evaluating your child’s strengths and weaknesses using the Woodcock-Johnson Test of Abilities, which is the groundbreaking leader [...]
Rrrrrring!! It’s that time again….school is in session, which means tests, pop quizzes, homework, and lots of frustration! Developing good study habits is a skill that your child will use throughout his life both in school and in the work force. Studies have shown that people with consistently good study habits score higher on classroom tests and standardized tests than that [...]