NEW Summer Program - Continuity of Learning
Research indicates that, “All young people experience learning losses when they do not engage in educational activities during the summer.”
To help students reduce “summer loss of learning,” we have created the Summer Steps for Students continuity of learning program. Each Summer Step will consist of a journal of math, reading, language, and writing activities.
The goal of the program is to have students work for about 30-45 minutes on skill-based activities to keep sharp for the upcoming school year. The activities are designed to be a review of material from the past school year and have been pulled from our current reading and math series so they should be familiar to you and your child.
The Summer Steps for Student Program will also help to limit the time teachers and students have to spend reviewing and/or reteaching skills from the past year.
- Schedule: Monday – Friday
- Time: 9:00am- 12:00pm
- Cost: $225 per week
- Flexible sign up sessions available
At House of Academia, we offer one-on-one or small group tutoring services to provide students with the extra support they need when encountering academic challenges. We specialize in supporting students with special needs such as ADHD/ADD, ASD, or other learning exceptionalities.
Provided throughout the week, our aftercare staff is dedicated to inviting students into a relaxed after school environment that may include art, outside play, and other activities to help decompress after an engaging day of academics.
After-school Art/Drama Clubs:
Research has shown that introducing students to art and drama can be a healthy method of expression, speech development, and positive social interactions. Come join us as we continue to support student development in a low-stress, artistic setting.
After-school Book Club
Having access to strong foundations of literacy and a love for reading is one of the first steps to success within our educational system. Come join us as we engage in literature that is student-directed, student-centered, and student-led.