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The New Canaan
Library is Pleased to Host a Free Parent Seminar:

Essential Steps To Get Your Rising 9th & 10th Grade Student School and College-Admissions Ready

Focusing on 9th and 10th graders.

In collaboration with Collegewise

Presented by:
Michelle Sagalyn, President, S4 Study Skills
Davin Sweeney, Director, Director, Collegewise

In this seminar, parents will learn how to make sure their rising freshman or sophomore student is ready for school and the college-admissions process.

There is no charge for the program, but registration is requested. Bring a friend!

When: Wednesday, March 4, at 6:30 pm

Where:
New Canaan Library
151 Main Street
New Canaan, CT 06840
br><Parents will learn the answer to these and other questions:

  • What are the best classes to take next year
  • How many Advance Placement (AP) classes should your student take
  • What should students do now, in and out of school, to help them be more successful when they eventually apply to college
  • Understand the timeline for college testing and applications
  • What 3 essential study habits should your student learn now to be successful in school and in college
  • What can you do as a parent to support your student?

About S4 Study Skills
S4’s mission is to unlock the power of learning to improve, enhance, and support middle and high school students’ academic careers. We help build habits for a foundation for learning and academic success. This is accomplished by teaching evidence-based, and easy-to implement study skills, including time-management, executive functioning and organizational strategies.

More than 5,100 students, in over 70+ schools and community venues in Fairfield and Westchester Counties, have participated in an S4 Study Skills workshop, or have been privately tutored by one of our dynamic teachers.

About CollegeWise
Collegewise, the nation’s largest college counseling company with over 20 offices around the USA, is out to change the way that families approach the college admissions process. We think this should be an exciting time for students and parents, not a stressful, anxiety-ridden rite of passage.


Want to offer these workshops in your school or organization? Email us to find out how.


Interested in our 1:1 In-Home Tutoring?Tutoring-by-Peter-van-Driel-RGB-300x300

If you think your student would benefit from 1:1 tutoring in study skills, time management, executive functioning, test prep writing, math, Spanish, and more, call us. We can privately tutor your student in your home, on a day and time convenient to you, including weekends. Contact us: 203-307-5455, email.