PODs Supplemental Education Program
ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY STUDENTS
Small-group supplemental education program
Studies have shown that young people require active socialization to develop good social habits and maintain positive mental health. The GradePower Learning PODs* program provides a small-group (no more than six students) learning environment where students can focus on their academics and still be among their peers.
- Student to teacher ratio of 6:1
- Flexible schedules with classes 2-5 days per week
- Morning or afternoon sessions
- Individualized programming combined with virtual learning support
- Socialization in a safe, clean, and controlled environment that limits exposure
*available at participating locations only
**PODs students are required to be enrolled in either an approved home school or accredited school virtual learning program. The PODs program is intended to not replace but rather to supplement students’ home school or virtual learning curriculum.
Online Tutoring Program - GRADEPOWER AT HOME™
Elementary and Secondary Students
Keep Learning Online With GRADEPOWER AT HOME™
Keep your child’s academic progression going at home with GradePower Learning’s newest online learning program, GRADEPOWER AT HOME™!GRADEPOWER AT HOME™ online tutoring program uses screen sharing technology to allow students to work face-to-face with their GradePower Learning tutor using their familiar academic materials and workbooks in the comfort of their own home.
Ages 3 - 6
3-Year-Olds Can Read
There is one key skill that your child needs to become a successful student and that skill is reading. Studies show that early reading skills predict future academic success. Reading skills, imagination, dedication, and achievement all develop as children build their learning skills and develop self-esteem and confidence.
1st to 8th Grade
Better Grades, More Motivation
Achieving school success starts with building a solid foundation. GradePower Learning®’s Beyond Tutoring® program does that by helping your child develop strong thinking and learning skills while simultaneously improving reading, writing, math, and study skills. The result? Better grades and greater confidence. In other words, success!
Advantage High School Success Program™
9th to 12th Grade
Better Grades, Proven Results
By developing new strategies to tackle their high school studies, teens learn how to conquer homework, tests, and assignments. The Advantage High School Success Program™ is designed to help students use their time more effectively so that they can keep their busy lives in balance. By building better study and time management skills, and by learning how to learn, teens get assignments completed on time, get higher marks, and get better prepared for college success.
GPA 5.0® SAT & ACT Test Prep
A Better Way to Prepare
It takes more than just regular studying or workbooks to get the highest scores on U.S. college entrance exams. Whether taking the SAT or the ACT, our customized programs help with an integrated and comprehensive approach to studying, ensuring students head into the test feeling prepared, and confident knowing that they’ll get the highest score possible. Three program options available: One-on-one individualized, fast track, and group programs, all providing custom Workbooks and Study Guides.
SSAT Middle Level
5th -7th Grades, Applying For 6th-8th Grades
Build Transferable Test-Taking Skills
GradePower Learning’s SSAT Prep Program combines our proprietary workbook with official SSAT Study Guides to help students write the SSAT with confidence! Using our proven instruction techniques and cognitive-based programs, students develop transferable thinking and learning skills for success in school and beyond.
SSAT Upper Level
8th-11th Grades, Applying For 9th - 12th Grades
A Better Way To Prepare
Proper preparation, solid study habits, and time management skills are key for students taking the Upper-Level SSAT. GradePower Learning’s SSAT program prepares students to successfully write the SSAT and build skills for lasting success both inside and outside the classroom.
20-Hour Math Programs
7th to 10th Grade
High School MathMath can be challenging for even the best students. Our 20-hour math programs are an easy and fun way for students to enhance their math comprehension and feel more confident in their math know-how. Placement Guides ensure that students focus on the areas that need the most attention.
Elementary Math Review (7th & 8th Grade)
Review elementary basics with an in-depth academic analysis that identifies specific math skill gaps. Each student’s 20-hour program is custom designed to meet that student’s exact needs and to fill in missing gaps.
Introduction to High School Math (Grades 9 & 10)
Get an introduction to important high school concepts with an in-depth academic analysis that identifies specific math skill gaps. Each student’s 20-hour program is custom designed to meet that student’s exact needs and to fill in missing gaps.
20-Hour Study Skills Program
Make Studying Stress-Free
Designed to introduce students to the study skills they will need in high school, college, and beyond, this 20-hour program introduces students to goal setting, time management, organization, taking notes, study strategies, and project planning in a small group setting of no more than 8 students.
7th to 10th Grade
Get a school skills tune-up with our 4-hr workshop programs designed to enhance learning.With no more than 8 students per group, your child will get hands-on instruction balanced with self-directed work. By narrowing in on a particular subject, each student develops a better understanding of the concepts, and has take-away skills that will benefit next year.
Working with others is a valuable skill that serves students well both in school and later in the workplace. During this 4-hour workshop, students complete personality tests, group activities, and case studies to develop an understanding of their own interactional style in order to better understand how to work with others.
This 4-hour workshop gives students a head start on school organization. Students cover four fundamental concepts: goal setting, time management, note taking, and organization of school materials and workspace. While students complete practical exercises—binder and backpack organization—they learn how to integrate these new skills into their routines.