Champions/NW Houston, TX 77070
Vintage Park:


Sugar Land, TX 77498


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    Tutorial sessions are available for ages 5 to 11 years.

    For an additional fee, each Young Learners Campus offers tutoring services as a part of its After School Program. Groups are kept at a small pupil/teacher ratio to allow for individual, personalized instruction based on the needs of each child. Teachers conduct assessments to determine the level of instruction that is appropriate for each student. Activities are designed to start at that instructional level and teachers facilitate continuous learning to the level necessary for success in the classroom. Children are also given support as they complete classroom or homework assignments.

    Ask about our recently acquired programs to meet the specific needs of children registered for our tutoring services:


    • Hybridge by Compass Learning makes the combination of digital and face to face learning a great solution for students in need of extra support or enrichment in either reading or math. The program allows for delivery of differentiated instruction for each child while the teacher monitors and provides personal intervention. Lessons are aligned to the Texas state standards and students are placed into the appropriate level based on the initial assessment.

    • BrainWare SAFARI builds 41 cognitive skills in 6 areas: Attention, Memory, Thinking, Visual Processing, Auditory Processing and Sensory Integration. The 20 exercises in BrainWare SAFARI are based on decades of proven clinical practice. With 168 levels of progressive challenge and the motivation of a video game, BrainWare SAFARI is the complete brain-building package for kids of any age. BrainWare teaches the thinking skills necessary for students to be successful in school and in life. See where it can take you and your child!

    • Skate Kids and Ramp Up to Reading provide activities in a game format to enhance a child’s ability to read. Levels of activities range from those for emerging readers to more proficient readers in the primary grades.


    Contact your neighborhood campus to learn about the schedule for tutorials.