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In our Middle and High School Essential Study Skills workshop, students learn evidence-based and practical step-by-step study skills, including how to organize, take notes, manage time, prepare for tests, and use executive functioning strategies.

These are essential and foundational skills, not only for school, but for life.

Schedule this workshop for your middle or high school student on a day and time convenient to you, and 4 of their friends.

We make it easy! All you need to do is give us three days and times and we will do the rest! Three 1.5-hour sessions for a total of 4.5 hours.

In this workshop, your student will learn to:

  • Plan, organize and manage time and executive function
  • Take notes when reading and listening
  • Complete assignments and projects on time without cramming
  • Study and prepare for class, tests, finals
  • Apply strategies for active reading and listening
  • Self-advocate
  • Prioritize
  • How to study to stay on-task and on-track
  • Feel confident in their abilities
  • Prevent and reduce stress and anxiety

Your student should take this class if they:

  • Want better grades
  • Want to study with greater ease and efficiency
  • Would benefit from time management, organization, and executive functioning
  • Want to reduce stress and feeling overwhelmed
  • Want to become an independent learner
  • Needs organizational and study skills
  • Workshops are $395, with a 10% sibling or referral discount
  • Workshops are 4.5 hours: three 1.5-hour sessions
  • Minimum 3 students, maximum 6 students
  • Can be scheduled conveniently for your student and 4 of their friends
  • Parent review email sent after each session
  • Materials, if relevant, are included

All elements of the workshop may be tutored to your student one-on-one using your student’s own academic materials.

So I just had him recap for me his thoughts on both workshops. He said they were both good and helpful and he is sure he will utilize a lot of the strategies taught in each class.  I asked which class was better or which was more helpful and he said both were great. He then went on to say (unprompted) how great the teachers were. They were young and relatable and kept the classes moving. He said the study skills teacher used examples from Marvel Avengers and the reading/ writing teacher used major league baseball teams in examples of essay writing strategies which he thought made everything more enjoyable than the way his school teacher teach.

I can tell that he feels much more prepared and confident heading to high school with these tools in his tool chest.

Thanks.

❤️ Sasha S.
Armonk, New York