With increasing school workloads and college challenges on the horizon, now is the time to help your son or daughter prepare with Sylvan’s study skills program in Vermont. Through our study skills program, kids and teens in grades 4-12 will learn important problem solving, critical thinking and life management skills that will help them organize and manage packed schedules and increasing schoolwork more effectively. You'll see a noticeable confidence boost as your child gets to grips with life-long tools and techniques that can be used at school at beyond! Help your child get equipped for success: get in touch with your local Sylvan in Vermont today to get started.

Laying the Groundwork for Future Success

There’s no doubt that many students have a lot of responsibilities to juggle, whether it's a homework assignment, advanced classes, a part-time job or simply maintaining a healthy social life. Add the extra challenge of college applications and it's even trickier to stay on top of everything. That's why our study skills program focuses on strategies for planning, managing and prioritizing workloads and schedules, empowering students to take on any project — and organize their time — much more effectively.

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

Strong foundations are vital for long-term success. That’s why we've tailored our study skills program in Vermont to equip teens with skills and strategies that are not only applicable at school right away, but can also be used at college and, eventually, in a career setting. At Sylvan, we're always mindful of the bigger picture, so we're dedicated to teaching lifelong knowledge that helps to ensure your son or daughter's lasting personal and academic success. Help your child take on any challenge with confidence: find out how we can enhance his or her skillset.

Here's What Your Teen 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.