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 "I can't say enough good things about Sarah. My son has ADHD and started struggling when he entered high school. She has worked with him through the majority of his high school career and has been amazing. A large part of his success has been because of her. 

 

She helps with homework, follows up directly with his teachers, and keeps him organized with assignments. The fact that she is able to talk to and communicate with a teen-aged boy is a testament to her patience and interest in helping my son to succeed.

 

She is great, and your child would be lucky to have her as a tutor and advocate."

 

GC, Washington, DC

Does your student need executive function support and test prep for the HSPT, SSAT, ISEE or PSAT?

 

The trick with any test is: get more answers right.

 

We get more answers right.

Middle school, high school and college academic pace, complexity, and volume challenge students’ executive functioning and study skills. I support your student navigating these challenges, equipping them with tools and skills for balancing middle and high school’s many demands.

 

Working one-on-one with your student, focusing on habits, routines, and strategies, I tailor and fine-tune approaches, providing support and accountability as they implement new ways of learning. 

 

Your student's grades, scores and confidence rise from knowing study strategies, test topics, and practicing content mastery . 

I work in-person with students attending Basis Independent Mclean, Edmund Burke, National Cathedral School, St. Anselm’s Abby, Kent School, Annandale High School IB, Jackson-Reed (formerly Wilson) High School, Montgomery Blair High School, George Washington University, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University Graduate School and Union College.

Clients improve scores across all four exams from the 30th percentile to the 90th, enrolling at Bullis School, St. John's College High School, St. Andrew's Episcopal School, Duke University, Barnard College, New York University, Rochester Institute of Technology, the University of Maryland, Union College, The College of William and Mary and more.

 

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