A-Game Academics programming helps students catch up with lost in-person classroom time and strengthens academic skills for children of every grade level. Students will excel when offered the extra help they need outside of the classroom whether learning remotely or in person.
A-Game Academics can help elementary, middle and high school students:
- Achieve better grades
- Build better reading skills
- Learn and develop writing skills
- Assist with homework,
- Offer test preparation and
- Teach standardized exam strategies.
Students have the opportunity to work with experienced teachers in a small group setting where they will review materials they are individually struggling with in school. The 4 to 1 student/teacher ratio in our Quad Pods allows students to get plenty of individual attention from the teacher, while working independently in a classroom setting. Pods may be requested in specialized curriculum areas such as reading, writing, mathematics, phonetics and grammar. The 1 to 1 student/teacher ratio in our Tutoring Session Program allows for personalized attention, curriculum and modifications to the students grade level and needs.
A-Game Academics is a support system that reinforces and assists our “student” athletes – of ALL ages- outside of the classroom. Since not all students learn in the same style or at the same pace, our goal is to be a resource to the instruction that’s occurring in the classroom. With the unique setting of what the 2020-2021 school year has brought to us, and with the challenges that follow ahead, A-Game Academics is your resource and academic partner for the future. If your child needs repetition, reinforcement and curriculum instruction, then A-game Academics is the perfect choice!
We’re here to ‘coach’ kids to academic success!
1:1 Tutoring and Quad Pods Available for Sign Up
About the Director
Programs and classes will be run by Mrs. Nicole Goodrich, a long time Early Childhood Educator and Program Director. Mrs. Goodrich’s experience spans over 20 years in education and she has worked with early childhood, elementary and middle school students in various settings.