Skip to content

Resources for Student Success

How to Turn The Frustration of the B+ Into Action, Clarity, and an A

Hi everyone! Happy Spring! I know many of your high schoolers either feel refreshed after a relaxing spring break, or if you’re like our school system, your teens are eagerly awaiting that…

Read More

How do I make sense out of this novel?

Help Your Child Spin Difficult Text Into Success  Now what?!? Smart solutions for your child’s reading disasters. Whether your child reads with ease or struggles to make sense of a book, the…

Read More

7 Study Tips to Ace Final Exams

1) Create a Study Schedule. Stay organized: make a specific list of material you have to review and write down exactly the day time you will tackle these topics. 2) Give yourself…

Read More

Help Your Child to a Healthy End of the School Year

[Although the warm breezes of summer beckon your son or daughter’s imagination to the pool, beach, or park, the reality of school still remains a priority. You want to help encourage a…

Read More

Five Fantastic Tips to Ace that First School Essay – Body Paragraphs

You ask your high school child what he has for homework and he mumbles something about an annoying English essay. Your ears perk up as you remember the difficulty your son experienced last…

Read More

Three Simple Steps to Improve Reading Comprehension

High school has truly begun. Your daughter brings home her English literature class syllabus. You try to restrain your eyes from popping out of your head as you peruse the difficult list…

Read More

Junior Year Success: College Years Approaching!

Did you know that junior year in high school is one of the most important, critical years for your son or daughter?  – Time for the ACT or SAT – Noticeably more…

Read More

Keep Your Kids’ Brains Alive!

Math and Spelling Decline Hit During Summer Break As parents, we know that summer vacation benefits our kids tremendously through outdoor play, family connections, and relaxing time. However, did we realize how…

Read More

Turn Your Teenager’s Frown Upside Down!

Does your teen seem to ooze long sighs, loud scowls, and mean frowns? Is there a dark cloud over your son’s head when you suggest anything to him:from a new study habit…

Read More

A Horse With No Legs

A Horse With No Legs.

Read More

Almost 50% of College Freshman Not Ready for College!

Almost Half of College Freshmen Surprised About Lack of Preparedness for College By Deborah Williams While it’s true that the number of high school graduates attending college has reached record levels, about…

Read More

Dostoyevsky at the Beach?

Read More
Scroll To Top