Improve your executive function SKILLS.
Our traditional mentoring program pairs middle and high school students with mentors to improve executive function skills and build the foundation for success, in school and in life.
This fall, we’re also offering a separate, limited-availability program: Learning Cohorts. Learning Cohorts are an option for students who need more structure and in-person support for remote learning challenges.
Schoolwork is a huge source of tension for many families. Let us alleviate some of that pressure! See which program is the right fit for your student.
Our MENTORING PROGRAM
PAIR WITH A MENTOR
Our mentors set Stride apart from classic tutoring services. To begin, we pair you with the right mentor based on personality and learning style. You’ll meet one-on-one, once a week, to build a plan so that you can break down daunting assignments into manageable tasks.
We built our facility to merge both body and mind. And we know that movement is the miracle drug for executive function—so throughout your in-person work sessions, you can get moving to help drive focus, memory, and brain function.
With your mentor, you’ll develop an accountability plan to check in and stay on task. Through texts, calls, and emails, you and your mentor will make sure you’re hitting your goals, improving academically, and feeling good about your work load and activities. Your mentor will monitor grade portals and check teacher websites so parents can take a step back.
OUR LEARNING COHORTS
in-person support for remote learning
We understand it feels impossible to assist your students with their remote learning while balancing your own work. So, we’ve created a solution for the fall semester: Learning Cohorts. Our goal is to create a space to help students manage their workload and thrive academically. We will provide the structure and support that remote learning lacks—in a safe, controlled environment.
A Day in the Life
As a middle school or high school student, you constantly juggle school, friends, extracurricular activities, and family. It can feel overwhelming. At Stride, you and your mentor practice the skills it takes to get organized and achieve the small tasks that ultimately lead to success on a higher level.
I REALLY DID NOT LIKE SCHOOL AT ALL. I THOUGHT I WAS NOT SMART ENOUGH BECAUSE I WAS GETTING BAD GRADES. WITH STRIDE, I GAINED MORE CONFIDENCE. NOW, I FEEL MORE PREPARED FOR LIFE.– KATE