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 Wisconsin. Through our program, kids in grades 4-12 can develop practical life management, critical thinking and problem solving skills, enabling them to manage their schoolwork and schedules more effectively. You'll see a noticeable difference in your son or daughter's confidence as he or she gains tools and techniques that can be used in school and beyond! There’s no better time than now to equip your child for success: contact your local Sylvan in Wisconsin now to get started.

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A Bright Future Starts With a Smart Approach

Whether it's extracurricular classes, homework assignments, a part-time job or the demands of a full social life, there’s no doubting that students often have a lot on their plate. And when college applications eventually come about, it can be an even greater challenge to stay on top of everything. That's where our tutoring experts step in, offering a study skills program that focuses on effective planning, managing and prioritizing skills — helping students take on any project and achieve the right results.

Life-Long Skills to Succeed, Starting in Grade 4

Success starts with a solid foundation. With our study skills program in Wisconsin, 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. Because we see the bigger picture, we’re always dedicated to instilling lifelong knowledge that can help your son or daughter thrive personally and academically. 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:

  • Effective time management techniques.
  • Goal-setting strategies.
  • How to plan and track projects.
  • Organizational tips for creating an efficient personal study area and completing homework.
  • How to use an academic calendar and track grades.
  • Active listening and communication skills.
  • How to approach the college admissions process, including the college admission essay.
  • Job interview preparation tips and tricks, such as resume writing and cover letter writing.