SAT Boot Camp
August SAT Boot Camp
Our boot camps are designed to give students the essential knowledge they’ll need to confidently attack the SAT. Over the course of two weeks, students will learn the most effective skills and strategies on all sections of the test they’re prepping for. Taught by our Elite instructors, with over 15 years’ experience between them, these boot camps are incredibly effective and perennially popular. Perfect for sophomores just starting out on the test prep process and juniors looking to boost their scores on the SATs being offered this summer and fall.
August 15th – 25th, 7:00pm – 8:45pm
Cost: $645 (14 hour course)
We’ll be holding this class at our Livingston office, which is located at 3 Royal Ave, top floor.
We understand how difficult school has been for many this year. The transition back to full-time in-person learning (at full speed) was difficult for many students this year, and that’s why we’re bringing back our popular Bridge Classes to help students get back on track as they get back to full-time in-person learning.
Intro to Algebra 2: this two-week course will take students through the foundational concepts of Algebra 2, with a focus on the skills students will be learning at the beginning of the year. Perfect for students who want to get a leg up in Algebra 2 before the school year begins. We’ll be holding this class at our Livingston office, which is located at 3 Royal Ave, top floor on August 15th – 25th, Monday – Thursday each week, 12:00pm – 2:00pm.
Step Up to High School
The transition from middle school to high school can be tough on kids, a transition that threatens to be even more difficult after Covid. Take the stress out of freshman year and feel in control with our Step Up to High School class. This class is designed to help ease the transition for rising 9th graders by building their organizational skills and academic knowledge. In this class, students will learn study skills, time-management techniques, and communication skills to navigate those critical first few months of freshman year.
Topics covered will include:
-Creating a project plan to prioritize both near and long-term assignments
-Maintaining a daily calendar
-Making effective study guides
-Planning out and writing cogent, compelling essays
-Advocating for oneself with teachers, counselors, and administrators
By the end of this course, your child will have the tools he or she needs to start high school on the right foot and succeed academically in those crucial first few months.
Classes will run both virtually and in-person at our office in Livingston.
August 22nd – 25th, 10:30 am – 12pm.