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Tuition will vary because we customize our instruction to meet the specific needs of your child. Top Learning Center tuition is affordable and cost-effective, guaranteeing that your child receives all the help they need without breaking your budget. To get the most specific information about pricing and payment options, contact your local Top Learning Center Branch.
It provides high-quality individualized instruction to students in a small group setting. Our literature-based program has been specially designed to give students a strong foundation in reading, writing and critical thinking.
Students are grouped by age and ability. For the younger children (K-4) the skills emphasized include reading comprehension and retention, vocabulary development, oral expression, writing fundamentals and grammar, spelling, and dictionary skills. Older students attend separate classes for reading and writing, each class emphasizing in-depth skills in reading comprehension, critical thinking and composition.
Our classes are designed to help students who are struggling, as well as advance students who are already excelling in school. These programs seek to enhance and enrich students' learning skills by providing them with opportunities to build on their regular school instruction. Students also have the chance to explore special topics of interest to them that may not be available in their daily classrooms.
Our students read the best literature available. The texts we use are classics, Newbery and Caldecott award books, or books the teachers consider especially relevant to the development of critical thinking and an appreciation of fine literature. Our reading program often supplements subjects’ students are currently studying in school.
We seek to discover your child's strengths and weaknesses in specific math concepts. We do this through a diagnostic assessment, then we evaluate your child's current math level and create a personalized curriculum to help them reach their goals. Our qualified educators review foundational concepts and preview new material to help you child gain knowledge and self-confidence in mathematics.

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We focus on essay writing and creative writing. Students are taught basic formats for writing different types of essays, as well as strategies for organizing and taking timed essay tests. Because writing is a critical thinking exercise, attention is paid to helping students develop and explain their ideas logically and clearly. Our creative writing program teaches students how to develop their own voice in exploring story elements of plot, character development, and description. Students are also encouraged to explore their use of literary devices, such as symbolism, metaphor, and personification. Methods of critique and revision are introduced to facilitate students understanding of writing as a process that must be continually developed and refined.
In the short term, we expect our students to improve in their communication skills, both as writers and speakers. We encourage students to listen carefully and evaluate the information they hear, in order to better understand what is said as well as what is implied. In the long term, we teach our students to take responsibility for their own minds; to learn to trust their own informed judgment based on critical standards of thought and values that affirm life and truth.
We seek to discover your child's strengths and weaknesses in specific math concepts. We do this through a diagnostic assessment, then we evaluate your child's current math level and create a personalized curriculum to help them reach their goals. Our qualified educators review foundational concepts and preview new material to help you child gain knowledge and self-confidence in mathematics.
We focus on essay writing and creative writing. Students are taught basic formats for writing different types of essays, as well as strategies for organizing and taking timed essay tests. Because writing is a critical thinking exercise, attention is paid to helping students develop and explain their ideas logically and clearly. Our creative writing program teaches students how to develop their own voice in exploring story elements of plot, character development, and description. Students are also encouraged to explore their use of literary devices, such as symbolism, metaphor, and personification. Methods of critique and revision are introduced to facilitate students understanding of writing as a process that must be continually developed and refined.
In the short term, we expect our students to improve in their communication skills, both as writers and speakers. We encourage students to listen carefully and evaluate the information they hear, in order to better understand what is said as well as what is implied. In the long term, we teach our students to take responsibility for their own minds; to learn to trust their own informed judgment based on critical standards of thought and values that affirm life and truth.

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