READING - Your child will focus on the practices necessary to:
pinpoint reading problems and overcome weaknesses.
comprehend the right and wrong ways to read.
analyze academic texts and scholarly articles.
beccome an active, but selective, reader.
become a lifelong reader.
WRITING - Your child will focus on the practices necessary to:
develop skills appropriate to the writing process.
take meaningful classroom and textbook notes.
write various essay and research papers.
write college application essays.
be transported by the written word to anywhere he/she wants to go.
MATHEMATICS - Your child will focus on the practices necessary to:
understand and solve problems related to the four basic operations, mathematical and algebraic expressions, various equations and inequalities, and functions.
comprehend and utilize numbers and operations in base ten and the number system.
develop an understanding and use of cardinal numbers, fractions, and ratios and proportional relationships.
identify, draw, describe, and reason with geometric shapes; solve real-world and mathematical problems involving area, space, volume, angle measure, and surface area; apply the Pythagorean Theorem; and solve problems involving cylinders, cones and spheres.
ORGANIZATIONAL AND STUDY SKILLS - Your child will learn the successful practices necessary to:
keep him/her concentrated and involved in any subject.
take notes to improve understanding.
determine what information is or is not important.
remember what one needs to know.
prepare for different types of tests.
enhance both oral and written communication skills.