New Frontiers in Learning: The Next Generation of High School & College Supports
New Frontiers in Learning supports have been designed to provide individually customized academic and social support services to adolescents and young adults with challenges in academic learning, executive functioning and social interaction. Services can begin as early as 9th grade and continue through college and beyond.
Tutoring and Coaching Services: Individually scheduled, one-on-one sessions are offered to students throughout the entire year. Coaches provide support for both high school and college level coursework, as well as support in the development of executive functioning skills.
Summer in the City (3 three-week sessions Monday-Friday from 10:00am-3:00pm): Students spend the mornings participating in social and cultural experiences throughout the city (Museum of Natural History, Intrepid, etc.). Through these outings, students learn how to navigate the city, plan and initiate activities, live on a budget, and more. In the afternoons, the students participate in a book club, as well as varied executive functioning and leadership lessons. Coaches are available in the mornings and afternoons to bring students to and from Grand Central and Penn Station.
The College Readiness Experience: (3 three-week sessions Monday-Friday from 10:00am-12:30pm): Through this program, students get the opportunity to spend time working on the skills necessary to be college ready, such as academic foundations (written expression, reading comprehension, and conducting research), studying and managing your time in college, navigating the college campus, negotiating testing and classroom accommodations, and more.
Our team is committed to providing high quality support services to enable and empower young adults to meet the academic and social rigors of school and to prepare for life-long success. For more information, please contact Samantha Feinman, Program Director, at 646-558-0085 or firstname.lastname@example.org.