(Private Sessions: $30 a session)
F.E.A offers general academic tutoring (math and reading) within the center or at
your local library. We can also assist your child with organization, note-taking skills,
time management, financial literacy, and more.
Pre-K early literacy skills also available (ages 3-5).
Use the Contact page to Enroll.
Note that Payment will be due at the time of registration.
S.A.T. PREPARATORY CLASSES and INDIVIDUAL PREP
$230 / 8 -1.5 HOUR IN CLASS WEEKLY SESSIONS
READING: WEDNESDAYS 5:30-7PM
MATH: THURSDAYS 5:30-7PM
$65 hr / PRIVATE PREP: You determine the number of sessions you need.
$230 FLEX PREP SATURDAY: Test Date August 26, 2017
(Price includes all 4 Saturdays) Reading : Saturday July 29 / 10am-1pm
Available in Math: Saturday August 5 / 10am-1pm
Mecklenburg County Only Reading : Saturday August 12 / 10am-1pm
Math: Saturday August 19 / 10am-1pm
S.A.T classes are offered on Wednesday & Thursday evenings from 5:30-7pm and limited to 6 students in efforts to provide individualized attention.
At F.E.A., we use official test questions and full-length practice tests throughout our course. Utilizing real test questions makes the difference. When you practice with real test questions, you’ll know exactly what to expect on the actual exam. You will know how each question type is constructed and how to approach each question with the appropriate strategy or technique. Practicing with real test questions during the course enables you to be confident when approaching the real exam on test day; there will be no surprises. Practicing with real questions is the best way to improve your score
We know that Test Prep at times can be dull, tedious, and boring, but our instructors are not. F.E.A. instructors have the charisma to facilitate peer relationships in the class, and they have the energy to make classes enjoyable, engaging, and even fun! They are easy going, willing to help, and are responsive to your needs and do care about you. Our enthusiastic instructors create a positive learning environment and make class exciting and fun.
THIS IS A FOUR WEEK INTENSE COURSE THAT IS GEARED TOWARDS HELPING YOUR CHILD MASTER THOSE AREAS THAT ARE MOST CHALLENGING TO THEM. WE DO NOT BELIEVE IN TEACHING SKILLS THAT HAVE ALREADY BEEN MASTERED. THIS IS WHY IT IS IMPERATIVE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE INITIAL ASSESSMENT PROVIDED AT REGISTRATION BEFORE THE FIRST NIGHT OF CLASS. (IT CAN BE EMAILED TO YOU UPON REQUEST AND PAYMENT)
NEW CLASS SCHEDULE
SAT Date: May 6, 2017 (registration deadline: March 31st)
Sessions: Wednesdays & Thursdays, 5:30-7pm, April 5-May 4th
(No class on April 19-20th Spring Break) - SAT
SAT Date: June 3, 2017 (registration deadline: May 5th)
Sessions: Wednesday and Thursdays, 5:30-7pm, May 10-June 1st
Use the Contact page to Enroll. Note that Payment will be due at the time of registration.
$55 A WEEK / AUG. 21st, 2017- JUNE 8TH, 2018 / 2:30-6pm
Weekly individual tutoring can be added for additional $30 a week
to take place during after school hours.
Small Classes: Limited to 12 children
The F.E.A. program provides a balance between student centered and teacher directed instruction. We believe that when the instruction and responsibility of the classroom should be shared. We also understand that learning is an individual journey and varies per student. Therefore we offer Flexible Seating and a Student-Centered Classroom Design. We have found that this approach helps students become more self-aware of what types of seating and environment help them learn best and they're empowered by the opportunity to have choices.
F.E.A.'s 2017-2018 School Calendar:
Sept. 4th: Holiday/Closed
Nov. 7th: Full day Care (8am-6pm)
Nov. 10th: Full day Care (8am-6pm)
Nov. 22nd: Full Day Care (8am-6pm)
Dec. 22nd-26th: Closed for Christmas
Jan. 1st-2nd: Closed for the New Year / Holiday
Jan 15th: Closed / Holiday
April 2nd-3rd: Closed / Staff Spring Break
May 28th: Closed / Holiday
June 8th: Last Day
SUMMER S.T.E.A.M. CAMP:
$25 a Saturday / 12pm to 3pm
OBJECTIVE: To explore connections between the STEM disciplines (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) and Art.
ACTIVITIES INCLUDE: Making art projects, collaborating with STEM experts, conducting experiential learning for multiple disciplines and participating in hands-on learning opportunities with guest artists.
You Just don't learn science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics.
YOU MAKE IT!
June 17th - Creating Your World
July 15th - Things in the Air
August 19th - Crime Scene Investigator
September 16th - Power Up / Robots
October 21st - Ready, Set, Make!
November 18th - 1-2-3 Let's Bake