Please call 1 (800) 631-1757 to register.

Update 6/1/14: All Summer Camps are Sold Out

 

Fall classes are available. They begin Saturday, August 23, 2014 and meet every weekend. 

 

 ”Planning is Key” 

2014 Hunter Entrance Exam: Friday January 10

2014 SHSAT: Saturday October 25 and Sunday October 26  

2014 PSAT: Wednesday October 15 and Saturday October 18

2014 SAT: Saturday October 4 and Sunday October 5

Queens: All classes grades 6 to 12

All Classes 8-10 students max

 

OPTION 1

Weekday Mornings

10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Monday to Thursday

Test Every Thursday

Start Date: June 30th 2014

End Date: August 21, 2014

4 hours a day/4 days a week

16 hours each week/8 weeks

128 hours

 Sold Out 

 

OPTION 2

Weekday afternoons

2:15 pm to 6:15 pm

Monday to Thursday

Test Every Thursday

Start Date: June 30th 2014

End Date: August 21, 2014

4 hours a day/ 4 days a week

16 hours each week/ 8 weeks

128 hours

 

Sold Out 

 

OPTION 3

Weekends only

Saturday & Sunday

10:00 am to 2:00 pm

Start Date: June 28, 2014

End Date: August 17th, 2014

4 hours a day/ 2 days a week

8 hours each week/ 8 weeks

64 hours

 Sold Out 

 

OPTION 4

Weekday Evenings

Saturday & Sunday

6:15 pm to 9:15 pm

Start Date: June 30th, 2014

End Date: August 14th, 2014

3 hours a day/ 4 days a week

12 hours each week/ 8 weeks

96 hours

 

Fall PSAT/ SAT and SHSAT prep

Weekday Mornings 

Start Date: Saturday August 23, 2014

End Date: Sunday September 28, 2014 

10:00 am to 2:00 pm 

4 hours a day/ 2 days a week 

8 hours a week/ 6 weeks

48 hours 

 

 

 

An unlikely summer

By Frances Kweller

Winter has turned to spring and with the warm weather comes thoughts of summer. For many New York City parents, this is the time to start thinking about planning summer activities for the kids. Your children have worked hard for the past 10 months, and visions of hot summer days, ice cream cones, and water sports dance in their heads. It’s tempting to let them sit back, relax, and watch the days fly by. After all, isn’t this the time in their lives to let them lounge at the beach with their friends and get a tan?

The answer: your kids have the rest of their lives to do those things. But they only have this one moment to prepare for the New York City Specialized High School Admissions Test program. This is the time to make preparations for the future — preparations that will have significant and profound effects on their lives.

In an increasingly competitive world, getting into a specialized high school can make a pivotal difference in your child’s future. As former New York City Comptroller John C. Liu wrote for The Huffington Post, “The Specialized High Schools are the equivalent of New York City’s Ivy League. Admittance to these schools is a ticket to success. They bring an almost certain guarantee of high school graduation, in a city where the graduation rate is 65 percent, and an almost certain guarantee of college acceptance. More than a quarter of the graduates of Stuyvesant and Bronx Science go on to university in the real Ivy Leagues, at Harvard, and Yale, and Brown, or other top-tier colleges.”

Getting a high score on the test is the only way to gain possible entrance into a New York City specialized high school and enrolling your child in a competitive test prep course gives your child the strongest advantage.

There are many local test prep companies that offer comprehensive summer camp tutoring programs that have had tremendous success in helping students get into top New York City high schools. Classes often take place four days a week, with both morning and afternoons sessions offered. In addition, students can elect to attend weekend sessions instead. Some even offer trips for both high school and college tours on Fridays.

You may be thinking that your child can simply study for the test on their own, in their spare time, and ace it nonetheless. This is not a mistake you or your child can afford to make. Even the most disciplined students need a structured setting in order to properly prepare for this challenging exam. Especially during the summer, procrastination is far too easy of a trap to fall into, and these classes are necessary to keep your child focused. In addition, top-notch tutors will help your child truly grasp the material to an extent that no prep book can match.

And if you’re still not sure that you want your child to sacrifice his endless pool-lounging, just think about it. There is, in fact, still plenty of time to lounge by the pool or at the beach this summer. And that relaxation will feel so much better after a hard day of working and learning, knowing that you are taking key steps towards a successful future for your child. Over indulging won’t make you happy — but your child’s admission to Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, or the college of his dreams most certainly will.

Frances Kweller is an education and testing standards expert, and founder of Kweller Prep.

 

SUMMER LOVIN’ : Why Invest in SHSAT Test Prep all Summer Long…..

School is out at last. You’ve worked hard for the past ten months, and finally you can spend your time how you choose. The next eight weeks are yours. So, what are you going to do?

Of course, it’s tempting to just sit back, relax, and watch the days fly by. When else will you have the time to lounge at the pool all day, drinking fruit punch and getting a tan? When else will you have time to go to the beach, or watch eight hours of television, or just sleep 16 hours a day?

The answer: You have the rest of your life to do those things. However, now is the only chance to make preparations for your future—preparations that will have significant, lasting effects. You could fritter your summer away, but you would be doing yourself a huge disservice. The smart thing to do is to go to Kweller Prep’s summer SHSAT  program and seize your future.

Kweller Prep offers a comprehensive eight-week summer tutoring program that has had tremendous success in helping students get into top New York City high schools. Classes take place four days a week, with both morning and afternoons sessions offered. In addition, students can elect to attend weekend sessions instead. Kweller Prep also offers trips for both high school and college tours on Fridays.

There are so many reasons to take SHSAT classes at Kweller Prep this summer. These prep classes are the best way to help you get into the NYC specialized high schools, which is a serious and important accomplishment. As former NYC Comptroller John C. Liu wrote for the Huffington Post: “The Specialized High schools are the equivalent of New York City’s Ivy League. Admittance to these schools is a ticket to success. They bring an almost certain guarantee of high school graduation, in a city where the graduation rate is 65 percent, and an almost certain guarantee of college acceptance. More than a quarter of the graduates of Stuyvesant and Bronx Science go on to university in the real Ivy Leagues, at Harvard, and Yale, and Brown, or other top tier colleges.” In an increasingly competitive world, getting into a specialized high school can make a real difference in your future. Getting a high score on the SHSAT is the only way to make this happen.

Now, you may think that you can simply study for the test on your own, in your spare time, and ace it nonetheless. This is not a mistake you can afford to make. Even the most disciplined students need a structured setting in order to properly prepare for this challenging exam. Especially during the summer, procrastination is far too easy of a trap to fall into, and these classes are necessary to keep you focused. In addition, the top-notch tutors at Kweller Prep will help you to truly grasp the material to an extent that no prep book can match.

And if you’re still not sure that you want to sacrifice your endless pool-lounging, just think about it. There is, in fact, still plenty of time to lounge. But that relaxation will feel so much better after a hard day of working and learning, knowing that you are taking key steps towards a successful future. Over indulging won’t make you happy—but your admission to Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, or the school of your dreams will.

 

All Summer Camps are taught by trained, KP certified, Ivy League and Top College Students and Graduates.

Books, materials, pens, pencils, and refreshments are all included in tuition.

Call 1 (800) 631-1757 or email info@KwellerPrep.com

 

 

** All Summer Camp Students will be offered a low cost extension in September and October until their respective exams**

 

 

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7 Tips to Help Teens Avoid Summer Brain Drain

1. Visit “Your” colleges – For college-bound students, pick your 3-5 dream schools and visit them. Check out the neighborhood, the campus life and the bookstore. What better way to provide motivation than to visit a school and imagine yourself being a student there. Every school has multiple tours available over the summer. Just visit each college’s website and sign up.

2. Vacation with education – Enhance your family vacation by going on an historical tour. Visit a museum, take a tour of historical locations or even visit a local tourist attraction. Nothing is more educational or mind-opening than having a visual experience to think about.

3. Volunteer with a purpose – Volunteering should be aligned with your long-term goals. Hands-on learning is the best form of education. If you want to be a doctor, you should look into volunteering as a candy striper or in a nursing home. Enhance your resume by taking the opportunity to create mentors in your field of interest. Summer is a relaxing time and therefore a great opportunity to learn from an experienced person in your field.

4. Set up a testing plan – For sophomores and juniors in high school, set up a testing plan for the months ahead. The testing season begins in September starting with the ACT and SATs in October. Setting up a testing plan will help keep your eye on the ball and have you focused and ready to go when school begins.

5. Get a head start on your college application – The common app changes slightly from year to year, so you can use last year’s college application as your template and fill it out. This way, you’ll know exactly what you’ll need for each application once school starts. Don’t wait around until the last minute. Take your time over the summer and begin to get your application organized. You’ll need to gather your recommendation letters, personal statements, transcripts, create a resume, portfolio and draft multiple supplements. Besides, if you organize yourself in the summer you can apply for Early Decision or Early Action to college, which means you’ll get your acceptance letters much sooner.

6. Reading is key – Reading is always a good motivator but don’t just pick up any book. Take the summer to read books that are not part of the required reading lists at school. Better yet, research a list of banned books in the United States and expand your knowledge to learn about something new. This also makes a great subject for a college essay!

7. Create and motivate – Challenge yourself by working on a summer project. Look into your family history and create a genealogy chart, organize a charity event, assist the elderly in old age homes or build something after you’ve taken a carpentry lesson. Taking on projects alone or with a friend will serve as a good learning experience and will also be a great way to show that you’ve completed a task that you’ve started.

 

An unlikely summer

Winter has turned to spring and with the warm weather comes thoughts of summer. For many New York City parents, this is the time to start thinking about planning summer activities for the kids. Your children have worked hard for the past 10 months, and visions of hot summer days, ice cream cones, and water sports dance in their heads. It’s tempting to let them sit back, relax, and watch the days fly by. After all, isn’t this the time in their lives to let them lounge at the beach with their friends and get a tan?

The answer: your kids have the rest of their lives to do those things. But they only have this one moment to prepare for the New York City Specialized High School Admissions Test program. This is the time to make preparations for the future — preparations that will have significant and profound effects on their lives.

In an increasingly competitive world, getting into a specialized high school can make a pivotal difference in your child’s future. As former New York City Comptroller John C. Liu wrote for The Huffington Post, “The Specialized High Schools are the equivalent of New York City’s Ivy League. Admittance to these schools is a ticket to success. They bring an almost certain guarantee of high school graduation, in a city where the graduation rate is 65 percent, and an almost certain guarantee of college acceptance. More than a quarter of the graduates of Stuyvesant and Bronx Science go on to university in the real Ivy Leagues, at Harvard, and Yale, and Brown, or other top-tier colleges.”

Getting a high score on the test is the only way to gain possible entrance into a New York City specialized high school and enrolling your child in a competitive test prep course gives your child the strongest advantage.

There are many local test prep companies that offer comprehensive summer camp tutoring programs that have had tremendous success in helping students get into top New York City high schools. Classes often take place four days a week, with both morning and afternoons sessions offered. In addition, students can elect to attend weekend sessions instead. Some even offer trips for both high school and college tours on Fridays.

You may be thinking that your child can simply study for the test on their own, in their spare time, and ace it nonetheless. This is not a mistake you or your child can afford to make. Even the most disciplined students need a structured setting in order to properly prepare for this challenging exam. Especially during the summer, procrastination is far too easy of a trap to fall into, and these classes are necessary to keep your child focused. In addition, top-notch tutors will help your child truly grasp the material to an extent that no prep book can match.

And if you’re still not sure that you want your child to sacrifice his endless pool-lounging, just think about it. There is, in fact, still plenty of time to lounge by the pool or at the beach this summer. And that relaxation will feel so much better after a hard day of working and learning, knowing that you are taking key steps towards a successful future for your child. Over indulging won’t make you happy — but your child’s admission to Stuyvesant, Bronx Science, or the college of his dreams most certainly will.

Frances Kweller is an education and testing standards expert, and founder of Kweller Prep.


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