After3 Programs Fall 2018 Registration is Open – Apply Now
Our After3 programs are designed to support students in the remediation of their specific learning difficulties. Families must register for a minimum of two sessions per week. All of our programs are offered Monday through Thursday from 4:00 to 7:00 pm.
1:1 OG Tutoring & Academic Skills Development
Students who struggle with reading, writing, spelling and comprehension tasks will benefit from working with one of our 1:1 Orton-Gillingham language tutors. We conduct a diagnostic assessment of each student’s achievement levels and create an individualized program to improve skills.
This proven, successful program will benefit students who do not get this type of individual attention in their regular school.
1:1 Remedial Math Tutoring
Students who have difficulty processing math will benefit from working with a 1:1 math tutor in our After3 program. Our tutors work with students to fill in any gaps in math knowledge and work towards bringing each student up to grade level.
Tutors work at a student’s level of success and build from there, so students always feel that they can be successful and make progress.
1:1 Executive Function Coaching
Students who struggle with organizing and prioritizing tasks/information, self-awareness, self-regulation, time management, task initiation or task completion will benefit from working with a 1:1 executive function coach. Our coaches help students to develop skills and strategies that increase self-awareness, self-reflection and independence at school and home.
Through the application of these research-based methods, students will become more confident, competent learners who are better equipped to successfully navigate both school and life.
Fraser Academy After3 Tutoring has made a tremendous difference to my son's learning. I know he is where he is because of your work with him (and his hard work too, of course). My son is now proud and enjoys reading. He is reading signs while driving and things in the house - things he wasn't noticing before (or at least not able to read). You've helped to open my son's world.