Educational Evaluation

When a learning difficulty is suspected, the first step is to have an educational evaluation.  An educational battery of formal and informal tests, including the Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Achievement, is used to determine areas of strengths and weaknesses.

 Many students struggle in learning but they fall through the cracks if their weaknesses are not severe enough.  If learning is more difficult than it should be, or takes longer than it should, have your child evaluated.  Learning weaknesses and deficits will be identified to find the root cause of your child’s difficulties.  It’s the first step in learning what your child needs to succeed.

Testing fee: please inquire at 571 336-2384

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Study Skills Seminar

Study Skills Seminars are now available for middle school and high school students.  Four sessions of 1 hour 15 minutes each, will give your child information on how to study as well as give them the opportunity to put skills into practice.  As one high school student told his mom, “This class is a 10!  I’m so glad I took this class.”  Call 571 336-2384 for more information.


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