Your End-of-Year Wrap-up
Another school year is almost over. It’s a time of excitement, and a time of uncertainty. There is plenty of excitement for the summer ahead, but there is still work to be done. There’s a sense of accomplishment and growth as another school year is completed, but also a sense of trepidation about what the future will bring.
Take the uncertainty out of the equation with some preparation. Whether preparing for next week, next month, or next season, we have all the strategies that you and your child need to both end this school year on a high note and get ready for what comes next.
We’ve compiled a list of past articles that will help make the most of the rest of this school year and to help you get ready for summer!
- Exams. Forget worrying about the summer, for most high school students, exams are all they can think about. Luckily, studying for exams can be easy with these: ten tips
- Report Cards. For many students it’s not how they did that’s worrying—it’s talking with their parents about their grades that they dread. Make the report card conversation stress-free and enjoyable for both you and your children with these: conversation pointers
- Summer Learning. Learning shouldn’t end when the classroom doors close. Students can lose up to 40% of their learning momentum over the summer, so it’s important to mix some education into this summer’s recreation. Here’s how
- Brain Camps. But the best thing to do to prepare for the summer ahead is to meet with an educational consultant at your local Oxford Learning and get your child enrolled in a summer learning program. For more details on our summer programs click here: Oxford Learning's Summer Brain Camp or enter your city in the locations box below to be directed to the center nearest you.