Is your child struggling in school?

Are you at your wit's end worrying that your smart but scattered child won't get into the college they want, and once they are there, won't be successful?  Are you tired of the daily arguments about homework?  

Does your heart ache because you know your child's self-esteem suffers because his or her grades don't reflect their intelligence and effort?  

I have been there! Over the years, my husband and I spent close to $100,000 on tutoring, paid school academic support programs, private school tuition, educational evaluations and testing, academic coaches, counselors, and more, only to find that no real or lasting progress was made. I finally realized that it was up to me to put the pieces together to find a permanent solution. The program I have put together is the culmination of 15 years of research and personal experience.   Now, I want to share what I have learned with you so that you can experience success sooner rather than later. 

Did you know that 80% of learning difficulty can be attributed to weak cognitive skills?

Yet, most tutoring programs focus on re-teaching content, and do nothing to build weak skills that are the cause of the learning difficulty. Cognitive skills include processing speed, working memory, focus and attention, logic and reasoning, visual processing, and auditory processing. How do you know if your child has a weakness in one of these skills?

View video and download our report on the signs and symptoms of cognitive skill weaknesses below. 

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‚ÄčI am a Texas certified teacher in general and special education, and I also hold advanced level certification as an  academic coach. In addition, I am licensed to offer the PACE brain training program, as well as the Master the Code reading program.   Finally, I am certified to teach Jack Canfield's Success Principles.   I have 2 adult daughters and one adult son. Two of my children were diagnosed with various learning differences which they overcame to become very successful young adults. I also have ADHD and I have the unique perspective of having looked at ADHD through the eyes of parent, student and teacher.   

"This class helped me be organized and study better in class. My grade have also improved after I used what we learned. With the planner and calendar, I wrote my assignments and tests. At the start of the class, I wrote down goals and I reminded myself of these and am working toward them."

Yahya A.
9th Grade Male Student

"This class helped me manage my time and work efficiently. It taught me how to organize my belongings so that I do not lose things. I also learnt some useful test taking tips which I will surely use int he future, especially on the upcoming SSAT. "

Yusuf A.
8th Grade Student

"I really liked this class because it was fun and not boring. We covered new topics every class and all of them mattered. We were taught a wide variety of skills and how to use them. The handouts were helpful and we can use them after class. "

Jayden M.
8th Grade Student

"I think this class help me with just simple things like breathing techniques, and calming down. It also helped me with test taking skills. Overall, I really liked this class and it helped me mostly plan out my academic life."

Ridwan S.
7th Grade Student


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