Location Hours


Mon
9 AM - 7 PM
Tue
9 AM - 7 PM
Wed
9 AM - 7 PM
Thu
9 AM - 7 PM
Fri
9 AM - 2 PM
Sat
By Appt.
Sun
Closed

Location Information


8811 Teel Parkway
Suite 250

Frisco, TX
75034

972.325.1195

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Quality Tutoring in Frisco

Scenic, lakeside Frisco, Texas is part of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, one of the largest concentrations of businesses in the country. Frisco itself is also one of the fastest-growing cities in the state, making it a great community for GradePower Learning®’s tutoring facility to be a part of.

At GradePower Learning®, professional tutors empower kids of all ages with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to master core subjects and prepare for a successful education career. Learn more about our Frisco tutoring programs below.


Serving Frisco & Beyond

The tutors at GradePower Learning® Frisco are happy to welcome students from our neighboring towns and cities. Such as: Paloma Creek, Prosper, Little Elm, Plano, McKinney, and Hebron.

Math Tutoring in Frisco

It’s no secret that math is often many students’ least favorite subject. This lack of interest can often lead to poor performance and comprehension. At GradePower Learning®, our focus is making math simple and engaging so students have fun learning.

Science Tutoring in Frisco

Science isn’t just a great way to explore and understand our world, it’s also the bedrock of thousands of careers. Our tutors explain complex theories and concepts in a straightforward and interactive way that keeps students engaged and learning.

English Tutoring in Frisco

English can be a struggle for many students. Our tutors explain grammar and structure in relatable, easy-to-understand ways that will help your student increase their writing and reading skills in no time.

SAT & ACT Tutoring in Frisco

Our tutors help students build the skills and knowledge they need to perform well on their college readiness exams, with practice workbooks and study guides that cover essential material in an engaging way.

To learn more about Frisco tutors, contact GradePower Learning® today!

Our Team Members

Lloyd Moffatt

Lloyd Moffatt

Co-Owner and Center Director

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Chinwe Moffatt

Chinwe Moffatt

Co-Owner and Marketing Director

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Stacy Arias

Stacy Arias

Education Coordinator

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Sonia Gupta

Sonia Gupta

Teacher - Little Readers/R.E.A.D. Elite Program

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Swathi Krishnamurthy

Swathi Krishnamurthy

Teacher - SAT/ACT Prep Program

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Jennifer Camacho

Jennifer Camacho

Teacher

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Is Your Child’s Brain Ready to Head Back to School?

For most families, back to school means heading to the mall for new school supplies—new clothes, book bags, binders, etc.  Unfortunately, new gear doesn’t help kids prepare their brains for the new school year.

Studies show that kids lose about 2.6 months worth of learning during the summer. This means that kids often spend up to 6 weeks reviewing and simply getting back into the swing of things when school starts again, rather than learning new material.

“Being ready to learn from the first day of school gives a student a considerable advantage,” says Lloyd Moffatt, Center Director of GradePower Learning Frisco.  “A student who starts the new school year off ahead is more likely to stay ahead for the entire year.”

While kids who keep learning all summer are cognitively primed for a better start, there is still plenty that parents can do right now—whether school is in session or not—to help jump-start their children’s brains for the new school year.

Six Tips to Prepare Kids’ Brains for Back to School

  1. Use the ‘s’ word. Help kids get into the school frame of mind by talking about school. How many days until the first day? What are they looking forward to? What’s their best memory from last year? Kids may need some conversational prompting, so reference highlights from last year, and be sure to keep it positive to build excitement!
  2. Hit the sheets. Nothing makes an early morning routine worse than a lack of sleep the night before. Plus, kids need a full night’s sleep to stay mentally alert all day in class. Start implementing bedtimes now…even for older kids. It makes learning (and morning routines) that much easier.
  3. Get on schedule. The school year is all about scheduled timing. Start times. End times. Recess. Lunch. Home time. Re-introducing reliable routines before school starts ensures that there will be no adjustment shock when school bells ring once again.
  4. TV off, homework on. During the school year, TVs and computers are kids’ biggest homework distractions. Start eliminating bad homework habits by turning off the TV during the after-school hours, coming to the table, and engaging in brain-challenging activities.
  5. Review.  Pull out last June’s report card to review teacher comments and marks. Talk to the kids about expectations, and have them write out some learning goals for the school year.  This gets them thinking about grades, and it helps them take ownership of their learning process.
  6. Read. Keep the brain primed for academics by reading regularly.  Reading is the best-known way to develop vocabulary and reading comprehension skills, both of which keep the cognitive wheels turning and pay off big time in the classroom.

For more information about getting your child ready to have a great school year, contact us at GradePower Learning Frisco (972) 325-1195, or visit us online at gradepowerlearning.com    

What Parents & Students Are Saying

"We are very pleased with the Team at GradePower Learning of Frisco. They are very involved and passionate about providing the appropriate tools for life learning success. My daughter is much more motivated, organized, and independent in her approach towards school. Her school teachers and I have noticed this improvement as well."

Van Nguyen

"GradePower Learning is very different from other tutoring centers. The tutors here are amazing,they're very passionate about whatever they teach. They always make sure the children revise the stuff and gets the concept before their tutoring session ends. I highly recommend this for all grade levels starting from pre-K to the higher grades."

Mansi Gupta

"GradePower Learning Center in Frisco is a top-notch tutoring center. As a former teacher, I was very impressed with the attractive, well-organized center that is sure to take care of all of your child's learning needs. The center is owned and run by a very friendly and experienced couple, Lloyd and Chinwe Moffatt. You won't be disappointed!"

Medena Thurman

"Awesome tutoring center! Amazing people! The team at GradePower Learning can truly make a positive impact on your child's academic success. They are passionate about what they do and really know how to help kids excel in school, in a fun and sustainable way. If you have kids that want to improve their learning skills and boost their confidence, GradePower Learning Frisco is the place for them to be."

Juan Pablo Herrera

"Great staff, facility, and a very unique learning experience! Highly Recommend!"

Isaiah Rojas

Thanks for the tour and the detailed explanation of the process at GradePower Learning, Lloyd. It's an upbeat environment for learning, colorful and full of reference (and testing!) materials that can be used to help bolster a child's' education. Most importantly, your passion for what you do really tells. I would not hesitate to offer you and GradePower Learning Frisco up as a resource for parents that want to ensure their kids succeed in school.

Bill Krueger

The team at GradePower Learning Frisco is absolutely the best. I've witnessed their passion and determination to help families like ours that want to give their children a boost of confidence in their learning abilities and help by giving them a leg up in their school work as well as changing the lives of children who have been struggling in school but now see a difference because of GradePower Learning. They've been wonderful to work with and I'd recommend them to any parent that want's their child to not only succeed but also find confidence in him/her self knowing they are able to make the grades too.

Beverly Carroll-Wilson

In watching Lloyd interact with my young daughter, I know that Lloyd has found his purpose in educating young people. If you are looking for a system to help your child learn and pull out the best of who they are, look to GradePower Learning.

Michelle Parks Ames

Great tutoring and learning center to the Frisco area. Was able to visit the facility and meet the director who gave me a tour of the facility. If you are looking for a tutoring facility that meets your child's specific needs you want to check this place out...Highly recommended.

Ishmael Olewe

Location Specific Programs

GPA

GPA 5.0 SAT

Preparing for University

GPA

GPA 5.0 ACT

Preparing for University

ESL

Esl program

Grades 1-12