Since 1992, we have helped thousands of student overcome what would otherwise have been obstacles to living out their own unique and incredible gifts in the world. We have guided thousands of students through what seemed insurmountable hurdles: the SAT, the application essay, the demanding course. And through that process of achievement, we have always remembered that our students are more than their scores, that our work with them is for the long haul, for the entire game – building confidence, self-esteem, and skills that last beyond any test. We are deeply honored and grateful for the children and adults we meet, and happy to help them succeed in the world, one which so desperately needs their intelligence, wellness, compassion, and passion.
Our mission is simple: to teach each student to be the very best that that individual person can ever be. Of course we teach them to succeed on "the test," but we also teach them how to succeed as intelligent human beings by honoring themselves by always trying their very best. Our special market is "gifted" and "LD" (Learning Disabled) kids, but this specialty is what gives us the ability to work with and motivate all kinds of students from all walks of life. We have worked with students from the most elite schools gearing toward the most elite colleges, to the most disenfranchised and destitute. The reality is that while the circumstances of those two groups of lives are entirely different, each individual child always needs mentoring, skill development, and appropriate encouragement. This is our passion; this is our gift.
You can help us support our mission with a tax deductible donation of any amount (small or large). Your contribution goes directly to continuing education to broaden our areas of training and expertise as well as publication and distribution of teaching materials to reach a broad audience – and hopefully a truly "student-centered" education.
What We've BEEN DOING:
- Over 12,000 students in 13 years.
- Cumulative 36,000 hours combined experience consulting
- Average parent satisfaction: over 90 percent
- Average SAT improvement: 100-200 points per section.