Upcoming Free Events

Upcoming Events

Sunday brunch ‘n’ learn classes. FREE! All sessions 11-12:30 unless otherwise marked. (Scroll down for the registration form.)

SAT Crash Course – May 23

Are you ready for the SAT? Learn the most effective SAT tips for time-saving and accuracy and practice solving the most difficult SAT problems. This session is perfect for students who are taking the SAT in June, but it is appropriate for all students preparing for the SAT or PSAT.

Cryptography: The Art of Secret Messages. Guest Instructor! June 25 at 2 PM

Learn all about how secret messages are sent and received in this exciting class. This session will be led by Mr. Benet, a guest instructor specializing in cryptography and computer science.

ACT Crash Course – July 11

Are you ready for the ACT? Learn the most effective ACT tips for time-saving and accuracy and practice solving the most difficult ACT problems. This session is perfect for students who are taking the ACT in July, but it is appropriate for all students preparing for the ACT.

How to Write Honors-Level Essays for High School (grades 8-12) – August 1

This class will teach you how to choose the perfect essay structure for an assignment, quickly outline a five-paragraph essay, and easily turn an outline into a draft. In addition, students will learn how to self-edit and peer-edit essays to get from a rough draft to a polished final draft. This class is designed to reach 8th-12th graders: it will challenge 8th through 10th graders with a lot of new information; 11th and 12th graders will find some parts challenging, while some may be review.

Cognitive Study Skills: Hack Your Brain to Study for Any Test (grades 8-12) – August 8

Did you know that the human brain forgets 50% of what it learns within just 24 hours? Find out how the brain learns—and fails to learn—in this fascinating class, and learn how you can harness the power of your own brain to study for any test, from high school to college and beyond. This class is aimed at grades 8-12, but college students, teachers, and parents/guardians are welcome! 

SAT & ACT Math – August 22

Learn the top three strategies for SAT, PSAT, and ACT Math to improve accuracy, save time, and raise your score. Whether you have already spent hours preparing for the test or you are at the beginning of your test prep journey, you will learn something valuable from this class. This session is perfect for students who are taking the SAT or ACT in August or September, but it is appropriate for all students preparing for the SAT, PSAT, or ACT.

Intro to AP Language & Composition – September 5

Are you ready for AP Language? This class is aimed at students who will be taking AP Language next year, as well as students considering the course in the future. Learn the basics of the AP Language test and start the school year with confidence!

SAT & ACT Grammar – September 26

Learn essential strategies and grammar fast facts for the SAT, PSAT, and ACT to improve accuracy, save time, and raise your score. Whether you have already spent hours preparing for the test or you are at the beginning of your test prep journey, you will learn something valuable from this fast-paced class. This session is perfect for students who are taking the SAT, PSAT, or ACT in September or October, but it is appropriate for all students preparing for the SAT, PSAT, or ACT.

Common App Essay Mistakes to Avoid – October 24

With the application essay more important than ever, how can you make your personal statement stand out? In this workshop, students will learn how to avoid common mistakes and practice using “showing” instead of “telling” to add rich imagery to their application essays.

Parent Q&A: Is the SAT or ACT Right for Your Teen? November 21

In this session for parents, guardians, and educators, we will be discussing two main questions:


1. What are the differences between the SAT and ACT?

2. Should your child choose the SAT or ACT?

There will be time for you to ask any other questions and to discuss your particular situation as well. The event is free and open to all parents, guardians, and teachers, but teens are welcome, too.

Registration

About Us

Anna Moss tutor

Anna Moss

MPhil Psychology & Education, University of Cambridge
BA (Honors) Linguistics, University of Chicago

Anna has dedicated her life to empowering learners by teaching test prep and academics paired with lifelong research-based study skills. 

After years of teaching test prep and English all around the world, she followed her passion for the science of learning to the University of Cambridge, where she researched how to improve educational equity via linguistic dialect-sensitivity on the SAT.

5/5

Testimonials

The explanations and lessons are very comprehensive, breaking everything down so that one can learn the most efficient methods for each type of question.

Student from intensive SAT boot camp in anonymous post-class survey

Mrs. Moss has her unique way to teach English….Her class is mind-blowing and highly effective, and my kid loves her teaching style.

Z. Tan, Parent of student in  Reading/Writing learning pod

The teacher is amazing and will understand problems that need to be resolved.

Student from intensive SAT boot camp in anonymous post-class survey

My kid really likes her classes and looks forward to them each week.

X. Jing, Parent of student in SAT learning pod

I had a lot of fun, and it was really nice coming in here every day.

Student from SAT summer camp in anonymous post-class survey

Upcoming Events

Sunday brunch ‘n’ learn classes. FREE! All sessions 11-12:30 (unless otherwise marked).

SAT Crash Course – May 23 

Cryptography: The Art of Secret Messages. Guest Instructor! June 25 at 2 PM

ACT Crash Course – July 11

How to Write Honors-Level Essays for High School (grades 8-12) – August 1

Cognitive Study Skills: Hack Your Brain to Study for Any Test (grades 8-12) – August 8

SAT & ACT Math – August 22 

Intro to AP Language & Composition – September 5 

SAT & ACT Grammar – September 26 

Common App Essay Mistakes to Avoid – October 24 

Parent Q&A: Is the SAT or ACT Right for Your Teen? November 21