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For many young people, “education” is a complicated topic. Ask any student how they feel about their education, and you're likely to receive any variety of responses: 

It’s great!

It’s ok.

I hate it.

Regardless of the responses, studies show that students require a conglomeration of skills in order to be successful at learning.  Some of these skills are first learned at home: how to listen, stay focused, wait your turn, manage conflict, make wise choices. Other skills are first learned in school: how to analyze a text, contribute to a large group discussion, write an essay. But what happens when a student has not learned a skill and is expected to continue moving forward in the learning process? 


Since we have experts in every area of education, we can cover all levels of academic support including, but not limited to: 

  • All academic subjects, both core and elective

  • All counseling services

  • All college and career ready services


Social awareness

  • Perspective taking 

  • Empathy

  • Respecting diversity

  • Understanding social and ethical norms of behavior


  • Regulating one's emotions

  • Managing stress

  • Self-control

  • Self-motivation

  • Setting and achieving goals​

Relationship Skills

  • Building relationships with diverse individuals and groups

  • Communicating clearly

  • Working cooperatively

  • Resolving conflicts

  • Seeking help


  • Labeling one’s feelings

  • Relating feelings and thoughts to behavior

  • Accurate self-assessment of strengths and challenges

  • Self-efficacy

  • Optimism

Responsible Decision-Making

  • Considering the well-being of self and others

  • Recognizing one’s responsibility to behave ethically

  • Basing decisions on safety, social & ethical considerations

  • Evaluating realistic consequences of various actions

  • Making constructive, safe choices for self, relationships, school, and work


  • Act as a responsible and contributing citizen and employee

  • Apply appropriate academic and technical skills

  • Attend to personal health and financial well-being

  • Communicate clearly and effectively and with reason

  • Consider the environmental, social, and economical impacts of decisions

  • Demonstrate creativity and innovation

  • Employ valid and reliable research practices

  • Utilize critical thinking to make sense of problems persevere in solving them

  • Model integrity, ethical leadership, and effective management 

  • Plan education and career paths aligned to personal goals

  • Use technology to enhance productivity

  • Work productively in teams while using cultural global competence 

  • Create individual student plans of study

  • Support in discovering interests and passions

  • Empowerment through choosing the educational pathway that will lead to success

  • Continually self-reflects and seeks to improve the essential life and career practices that lead to success.

  • Uses effective communication and collaboration skills and resources to interact with a global society.

  • Is financially literate and financially responsible at home and in the broader community.

  • Is knowledgeable about careers and can plan, execute, and alter career goals in response to changing societal and economic conditions.

  • Seeks to attain skill and content mastery to achieve success in a chosen career path


Our team is able to help facilitate discussions with other education experts on behalf of your child. We can provide guidance relating to IEPs, 504s, and other accommodations. 

We are well-versed in the language of support, so we will be able to guide you and your student through the process. 

Together, we can ensure the best outcomes for your student. 

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