Weekly assistance is provided to help students understand the basics and foundation of the subject or subjects they are taking with emphasis on Reading Comprehension and Math. One hour sessions are held on Monday through Friday from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm and Saturdays. Efforts are made to fit the student/parent schedules if possible. We work with students in grades Kindergarten through 12th Grade.
Fees: $25.00/hour or $100.00/month payable weekly or monthly.
Back to Basics Workshops
These workshops will be held during the last four weekends prior to the beginning of the traditional-calendar school year to help students learn and understand the basics: math formulas, how to write a paragraph, essays and papers, how to conduct research, how to study and how to manage their time. How to Study and time management workshops will begin January 10, 2015.
Fees: To Be Announced
Back to Basics Clinics
Math and Writing Clinics will be held throughout the school year to help students understand and maintain basic skills as a foundation for learning.
Fees: To Be Announced
Navigating School Workshops
Helping students excel in school by learning how to manage their time, organization, subjects and circumstances.
Pre-Registration is required ~ Free
Every 2nd Saturday from 1:30 - 3:30 p.m.
For students in grades 3-12
The Art of Public Speaking
Teaching students in grades 3-12 how to handle themselves in any public speaking situation, especially in school with their various presentations. We also provide opportunities for students to exercise their new skills.
Third Mondays from 6:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Sessions are FREE - Pre-Registration is required!
College Bound Workshop
An annual one-day event to help students and parents start the process for entering college. Presenters include college officials, financial aid consultants and college students.
Pre-Registration Required! Call (919) 748-1405 or (919) 832-2709, ext. 21, to register.
Face to Face: Youth Career Fair
Annual opportunity for youth to learn and think outside the box when planning a career. Students will meet representatives from a variety of careers and learn what it takes to prepare for those choices early. Particularly for students in grades 6-8.
Fees: Free (subject to change)
Workshop to prepare students to take the SAT and any standardized tests. Workshops are held 4 times a year for 20 students in grades 7-12 at each session on a first come, first served basis.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Call (919) 748-1405 or (919) 832-2709, ext. 21, to register.
Fees: No Cost
Dates: Call for scheduled sessions.