Why study for SAT/ACT and HSPT/ISEE during the summer?
Summer is supposed to be fun! Why study at all? According to New York Times, the average summer learning loss in math and reading for American students is one month per year. This learning loss is cumulative, summer after summer. It has a big impact on students’ success, including high school completion, college education and job preparedness.
Yes, but ... I will be on vacation when you are offering classes.
We know! —And we have a solution. We have a cloud-based student/instructor network that offers instant sharing, integrated chat, and efficient note taking through a browser or mobile device. Our students have the ability to access their course from anywhere, interact with our instructors anytime, and receive instant support.
We work around your schedule, so you can have fun and learn at the same time. Learning does not have to be painful or time or location constrained. That is the Hillview philosophy and difference.
So, what are you offering in the summer?
We are offering HSPT/ISEE (private high school placement test) and SAT/ACT classes, including a workshop on high school and college admissions.
What is your class size?
We believe in small classes and individual attention. We limit our classes to 10 students. Students have however 24 x 7 access to material and instructors via our cloud based mobile software technology.
How do I know if the courses are valuable?
We guarantee that a student will see an improvement of at least 20%. We will continue to support the student beyond summer via our cloud based mobile system to ensure that he or she succeeds.
What is the schedule? Can I pick and choose?
Absolutely, we have a flexible schedule build around your schedule. Check out our summer 2016 program at http://www.hillviewprep.com/summer—hillview.html.
Feel free to contact me if you have any questions and/or need more information.
Founder & CEO
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