As school workloads grow and the challenges of college get closer, you can help ensure your son or daughter is prepared with Sylvan’s study skills program in New York. Through our program, kids in grades 4-12 develop useful life management, problem solving and critical thinking skills to help them better organize their busy schedules and stay on top of schoolwork assignments. There's no doubt about it: your child's confidence will soar as he or she learns lifelong tools and techniques that can be applied in the classroom and beyond! We're ready to equip your child for success: simply contact your local Sylvan in New York to get started or to find out more.

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A Smart Approach to a Brighter Future

Between homework, advanced classes, extracurricular activities and part-time jobs (not to mention socializing!), most modern students have a lot on their plate. And once college applications start, it can be even more difficult to stay on top of things. That's why our study skills program is tailored to have a lasting positive effect, helping students gain important strategies to plan, manage and prioritize their schedules and workloads more effectively than ever before.

The Tools to Succeed from Grade 4 to High School Graduation and Beyond

Success begins with a strong foundation. With our study skills program in New York, students can develop important skills and strategies that are relevant in the classroom immediately, and can also be applied in college and career settings later on. In other words, we always consider the bigger picture, and our goal is to impart lifelong knowledge that can go a long way to ensuring your son or daughter's personal and academic success. We’re ready to build your child’s skillset so he or she can take on any challenge with confidence.

Your Child in Grade 4-12 Will Learn:

  • How to better manage time and workloads.
  • Strategies to set achievable short-term and long-term goals.
  • Techniques to plan and track projects.
  • Organizational methods for setting up an effective personal study area and tackling homework.
  • How to track grades and design an academic calendar.
  • Communications skills, including active listening.
  • How to apply to college and prepare for job interviews, including resume and cover letter writing tips.