Students enrolled in Whitmore School can take advantage of additional outside curriculum resources to augment and support their specific learning needs. Through our affiliations, we are able to offer substantial savings over the price offered to the public.
Everydaebelieves that small daily practice is more effective than cramming. We think they are right, and that is why we have partnered with them to offer comprehensive SAT Prep to help students boost their SAT scores. With fun challenges completed on a phone, tablet or computer in as little as 10 minutes a day, students retain more; resulting in an average increase in total SAT score of 200 points! Plus, it’s fun! The challenges are more like a game than rote memorization. Teens will actually do this!
And, the best news is that Everydae has support challenges for other core courses as well. Complete these challenges will support your learning in your Whitmore School Biology, US History, Algebra 1, and Chemistry courses.
The fee to add Everydae curriculum support and SAT prep through the Whitmore School affiliation is substantially discounted at $299 and gives you access for up to 4 years of support. (the public price is $299 per year)
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Whitmore School has joined with YUP, a Stanford University based tutoring company to help students succeed in math. No appointments are necessary. Students send an image of their math problem with their smartphone and are connected to a personal tutor within minutes. 97.98% student satisfaction. Plus, the average wait time to get with a tutor is about a minute – Instant help!
The cost to add YUP through the Whitmore School affiliation is $499 per year. (normally $900 per year)
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Summer is the time for you to relax, travel, and have fun, but it is also the time to start your college research! As someone who has recently researched colleges, I wanted to share some of the resources I used to have a balanced college list.