What We Offer


A Full School Year Curriculum

1:1 Dedicated Learning

Private Homeschooling

5:1 Small Group Learning

Small Group Homeschooling

Guided Support for Parents

Homeschool Coaching

9th - 12TH GRADE

Academic Coaching

Full year or Six-Week Sessions

Academic coaching delves deeper into the “how” of being an effective student and lifelong learner. It fuses conventional components of tutoring with a heavy focus on developing students’ executive function (often called the “management system of the brain”). Executive function is a set of mental skills that include working memory, cognitive flexibility (flexible thinking), and inhibitory control (which includes self-control). Students use these skills daily to set goals, plans, and accomplish tasks. Difficulty with executive function can cause a student to struggle with focusing, following directions, and regulating emotions. A lack of growth in these skills often impacts them both academically and personally. Executive function skills include:

  • Paying attention
  • Organizing, planning, and prioritizing
  • Beginning tasks and following through to completion
  • Understanding different points of view
  • Regulating emotions
  • Self-monitoring (keeping track of what you’re doing)


Those struggling with executive skills may have trouble:

  • Starting or completing a task
  • Prioritizing tasks
  • Remembering what they just heard or read
  • Following directions or a sequence of steps
  • Adapting well to a change in rules or routines 
  • Switching from one task to another
  • Regulating emotions
  • Organizing their thoughts
  • Keeping track of their belongings
  • Managing their time


Experiencing difficulty with executive function isn’t a learning disability or diagnosis, but it’s common in people who think and learn differently. The good news is that academic coaching uses strategy instruction that teaches students how to learn. These strategies involve acquiring, remembering, and expressing information that translate into the rest of their lives. Students typically learn the what (content) but not the how (strategies) which is equally important. Strategy instruction is how students learn, use, and remember information. Academic coaching is largely organizational coaching — equipping students with tools to organize their thoughts, plans, homework, etc., and this all leads to higher levels of cognitive and metacognitive development. Ultimately, students can recognize patterns of behavior that are no longer serving them well and focus on what really matters. Academic coaching offers a retraining of the mind with various cognitive strategies including note-taking, creating mnemonics, developing and organizing an outline, and using the active listening strategy called SLANT. Evidence-based behavior strategies offer much needed guidance and ownership of reclaiming any areas of difficulty with executive function. Overall, academic coaching provides students with the opportunity to be held accountable by their academic coach, to learn time management, organizational skills, goal setting, and effective strategy implementation in a highly personalized plan of action. 

Kindergarten - 12TH GRADE

Specialty Classes

Relevant & Engaging

Starting at $40 per hour

  • Special Education Inclusive Sessions (custom tailored lessons to meet the needs of each student whether it be focusing on speech, occupational therapy, or an activity that  creates a meaningful & interactive experience)
  • Empathy- Focused Sessions (interactive time focused on developing social-emotional skills, recognizing emotions, and learning interconnectedness all while modeling kindness & compassion)
  • Music & dance (rhythm & dance, music appreciation, & various activities to nurture a love of music & dance)
  • Fitness (activities focusing on motor skills, calisthenics, body management, self care, and stress reduction techniques)
  • Mindfulness & Yoga (intentional time spent learning breath work, yoga, & flexibility) 
  • Beginning photography (camera basics, lighting, composition, & project)
9th - 12TH GRADE

College Readiness

Specialized Help

Starting at $45 per hour

In the midst of preparing for college, there are many factors to consider. Students (and parents) can easily become overwhelmed with the tasks set before them. Our College Readiness sessions take each component into consideration and help guide students through the process. Students receive guidance and help in the following areas:

  • Utilizing CliftonStrengths, Enneagram, and Meyers-Briggs as personality and career assessments 
  • Considering possible majors/careers that are both intriguing and suitable to their personality and ideals
  • Narrowing down best college choices
  • Planning college visits (virtually or in person)
  • Crafting a well-structured and compelling admissions essay & personal narrative
  • Learning the FAFSA process
  • Seeking scholarship matches and completing requirements
  • Writing a resume
  • Test-taking strategies
  • Finding extracurricular and community service opportunities
  • Engaging in networking
  • Research and time-management skills
  • Unpacking their “College Toolkit ” (i.e. understanding emotional intelligence, using transition resources, & adding the Naviance program as a beneficial option)
Kindergarten - 12TH GRADE


From 1:1 Homework Help to Refresher Sessions

Starting at $40 per hour

  • ELA, Focused Word Family (vocabulary), Reading Comprehension, & Writing
  • Spanish
  • Math
  • Social Studies (History & Government)
  • Science (optional experiment time will require minimal materials)