1. Middle School Students   
  2. High School Students  
  3. Transitioning College Students

Serving students who have educational challenges:
  • With no diagnosis
  • SLD
  • ADHD
  • ASD
  • Communication Disorders
  • Social/emotional
  • Mobility impaired
  • No matter how bright, students can lack the skills to be effective learners and productive in their academics
  • May or may not have formal diagnosis but difficulty managing schoolwork
  • Students who are not achieving their academic potential
  • Students who have difficulty managing their academic and social demands
  • Students who have gaps in basic reading, writing, and math skills
  • Students who are easily distracted
  • Students for whom school causes stress
  • Students with diverse learning styles
  • Students whose disorganization negatively affects their grades
  • Students who are apprehensive about their ability to prosper in college
  • Students who procrastinate excessively and have difficulty initiating tasks such as writing assignments
  • Students who have difficulty persisting with tasks
  • Students who have difficulty controlling their emotions in school
  • Students for whom time management difficulties interfere with school and home life
  • Students who need to learn study and test taking skills
  • Students who have test anxiety