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Study Jams:

Study Jams are once weekly interactive group sessions with our Youth Engagement Coach. Jam sessions foster optimistic academic feelings while promoting positive behavior in classrooms. In addition to focused study topics we provide...

  • Choice of your location or ours

  • Pick-up (at additional cost if applicable)

  • Delicious healthy snacks

  • Unique lessons, projects, and games

  • Field trips

  • Family engagement activities

Benefits for your scholar & budget

  • Up to 4 in-person jams per month ($534 value)

  • Opportunity to earn prizes

  • Socialization with likeminded students

  • 3rd-8th grade

  • Only $150 per month (sibling discount available)

School Year Schedule

  • September

    Goal Setting


    Goal setting is the starting block of leadership and achievement; it determines things each scholar would like to achieve this year. By putting students in charge of how they spend their time (with your help, of course), we’ll know what they want to achieve, they’ll know where to concentrate efforts toward improvement. Goal setting gives students long-term vision and short-term motivation. Scholars won’t only be following a teacher’s plan, they’re also making a plan of their own.

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  • October

    Study Skills


    Ineffective study habits are a common pitfall in education. During sessions scholars learn to develop and apply effective study habits to be highly effective students. Through discovery of learning styles and preferences, students can enhance study skills and improve their rate and quality of learning. They learn how to manage and optimize study time and accomplish more.

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  • November



    Humanitarianism is based on a view that all human beings deserve respect and dignity and should be treated as such. Therefore, humanitarians work towards advancing the well-being of humanity as a whole. It is the antithesis of the "us vs. them" mentality. During this month we practice benevolence, providing assistance to other humans, in order to better humanity.

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  • January

    Spelling & Vocabulary


    Spelling lays the basic foundation for education. It’s essential in reading and cements the connection between sounds and letters. While others pull away from spelling tasks as children get older, we commit to repetition as a key to learning. Scholars up to the 8th grade are challenged with games to rehearse high frequency sight words and challenge themselves to better understand synonyms, antonyms, and homonyms.

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  • February

    Math Mentality


    Many scholars lose interest in mathematics around 3rd grade. New concepts may only be out-paced by the pressure to succeed. During study jams we foster love and enjoyment of mathematics through repetitive and highly interactive activities to change attitudes and thus performance. We develop problem-solving strategies and positive self-talk – the type of internal dialogue that a student needs to persevere and become a patient problem solver.

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  • March



    Everyone loves science even if they don't like all the fancy terms. Much of science is memorization but there’s tons of hands-on learning to be enjoyed too. Science month is our messiest yet most beloved; involving weekly, scholar choice, projects. Aprons, food coloring, beakers, and bowls detail our month of science.

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  • April



    Spring Is Here & Comprehension is key! The sun allows us to take our fun outside. As we nurture the next generation of leaders, SSI aims to be sure they can express himself or herself with an intelligence people find easy to understand. Outdoor activities provide information that helps comprehension. Sessions will focus on how fundamental parts of speech are strung together to form music, poetry, legislation, and grand forms of literature.

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  • May

    Home Economics


    While all schools have pulled home economics out of the curriculum, we believe in the importance of self-sufficiency. During the final month of the school year we wind down with what brings families and cultures together – food. Working together we create heavenly dishes to share with parents during pick up and remind us that knowledge is meant to be shared.

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