Your Free Study Skills Course

Welcome to your new academic journey!

Play Video

Study Smarter, Not Harder

We specialize in helping you become a better student. Our trained academic coaches ensure that you learn the study skills you need to take your academics to the next level! Below are some of the areas where we can help plus many more!

Time Management

Learn how to plan effectively to make the most of your day. Our tips and tricks will ensure you achieve school-life balance.

Note-Taking

Good note-taking is a skill that will take you far in life. Whether you're in 6th grade or 12th grade, this skill will ensure your future success.

Organization

Do you lose things easily? Our organization class will help you develop methods that you will be sure to keep.

Distractions

What are your main distractions and how can you avoid them? We will teach you how to identify what disrupts your focus and how to minimize distractions around you.

Procrastination

Leave things to the last second? Our anti-procrastination strategies will help keep you on track and on top of your deadlines.

Effective Reading

Critical reading skills are vital for a successful college and life experience. Our strategies will help you understand any text you read and develop your ability to identify main ideas and an author's purpose.

1 Session

$75

  • One-on-One Session
  • Access to Video Lessons
  • Unlimited Chat Support
  • Monthly Newsletters
  • Facebook Group
Buy Now
3 Sessions

$100

  • 1 One-on-One Session
  • 2 Group Workshops
  • 1 Check in Call
  • Access to Video Lessons
  • Unlimited Chat Support
  • Monthly Newsletters
  • Facebook Group
Buy Now
5 Sessions

$180

  • 3 One-on-One sessions
  • Personalized Coach
  • 2 Group Workshops
  • 3 Check in Calls
  • Access to Video Lessons
  • Unlimited Chat Support
  • Monthly Newsletters
  • Facebook Group
Buy Now
how students can use summer productivelyParenting TipsStudy Skills
May 25, 2022

How Students Can Use Summer Productively

The end of the school year is almost here, and students are pushing through finals to reach summer break. While summer provides a much-needed break at the end of a long school year, it also brings with it summer learning loss. A May 2020 study published by the Annenberg Institute at Brown University examined the NWEA’s Map Growth data for first through eighth grade students. This study, entitled “School’s out: The role of summers in understanding achievement disparities,” reported two major findings. First, that “the average student lost 17–34% of…
students working to build better study habits for middle schoolParenting TipsStudy Skills
January 26, 2022

Essential Study Habits for Middle School

The sooner you form habits, the more ingrained they will be as you get older. Middle school is the perfect time for students to figure out what works best for them and build good routines before they hit high school. The following are our recommendations for essential study habits for middle school: Establish Your Workspace and Workflow You may have already established a set workspace during the pandemic, especially since we were all learning and working from home, but make sure that space is a productive one for you. Check:…
Parenting Tips
November 24, 2021

Middle and High School Application Tips

The fall-winter semester is crunch time for school applications of all kinds. We’re here to share some middle and high school application tips to help you navigate this stressful process. Photo by Max Harlynking on Unsplash Create Your List of Schools Typically, the most-considered factors when choosing a school are: Academic rigor Sports, arts, and extracurricular programs Teacher to student ratio Campus community Location/commute Price Hopefully, you and your student have also been able to visit some prospective schools in person. On-campus visits give students the best idea of campus…
Picture of a red pen correcting an essay for a blog post about how to write better essays for high school.NewsStudy Skills
May 13, 2021

How To Write Better Essays for High School

What Do You Want to Say? When you write, you’re talking to someone, whether that’s your teacher, your classmates, your friends, or even strangers. This is why so many people recommend reading your written work aloud when you edit: you can hear if your sentences sound right and whether your argument or statement makes sense. There aren’t usually right or wrong answers when you write (unless you’re writing a summary or describing something); it all depends on your opinion and perspective. Getting to know yourself and your stances on different…