There are so many resources available today it is sometimes hard to find answers to your questions quickly. This page serves as a great starting point for research. We update this page with sites that our staff, tutors, and parents have recommended, so check back often and feel free to give us feedback or to make a suggestion.
Here are a few great sites for learning activities, skill reviews, games, and printing practice sheets.
As your student begins to prepare for college, take the time to review and utilize all the helpful information available on the web regarding scholarships, SAT/ACT testing, AP classes, applying to colleges, and more. Here are some very important links you may want to visit.
www.collegeboard.com (SAT registration, AP info, and more. )
www.act.org (ACT registration and more. )
www.ed.gov/finaid/landing.jhtml?src=ln (US Financial Aid)
www.grants.gov (Federal Grants)
www.nationalmerit.org (National Merit Scholarship Program)
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Every day we get calls from parents with questions about Dyslexia, ADD/ADHD, Auditory Processing Disorder, Dysgraphia, and others. It is important to understand and recognize the early warning signs. It is also important to understand the testing process and how to obtain testing. The following are a few great sites to start gathering information about learning disabilities.
Below are links to a few sites that offer free printable tests for the purpose of assessing a student's abilities.
Contact the office for more information about other available sample tests to help understand your child’s strength and weaknesses.
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