By placing science, mathematics, and technology at the core of their program, the teachers at Overachievers Academy Inc. prepare students in elementary and middle school for a prosperous future in the tech industry. These professionals use the Backwards Design Model, meaning they start with conceptualizing the desired results, then move backwards to sketch out a suitable approach for achieving those results. That kind of reverse-engineering has led the team to some unconventional techniques, such as integrating lessons on story-telling and graphic design into their more quantifiable lesson plans.
World-renowned and highly regarded, The Princeton Review helps prepare students for getting into college, law school, and grad school through a fleet of exam-prep classes. During the informative sessions—which cover such tests as the SAT, ACT, LSAT, and GRE—handpicked, rigorously trained teachers coach students to relinquish anxiety over upcoming tests. They conduct math reviews, reading sessions, and writing exercises that pair pupils with weighted pens. In addition to leading group classes, the teachers offer in-person and online private-tutoring services, which are customized to each pupil's learning needs.
Individual testing and tutoring in reading study skills, writing, phonics, vocabulary, math, SAT, ACT, FCAT and more. We work with students from 5 years old to adult. We also have subject tutoring available for high school and college students struggling with class material.
Andrei and Irina Roublev spent nearly 20 years in the circus industry, including a stint in the colorful antics of Cirque du Soleil. As the founders of Orlando Circus School, they pass on their knowledge to children and adults via a range of circus-skill-building programs. Their instructors—many of whom are current or former members of Cirque du Soleil themselves—helm classes in preschool circus acrobatics, all-ages trampoline skills, and Hula-Hoops. The school also hosts all-ages tutorials on the most vital of circus skills, including unicycling, juggling, wirewalking, and unicycling bear-avoidance. During training for the static and swinging trapeze, students learn how to hurt gravity's feelings as they flip through the air using the trapeze, silks, and hoops.
Orlando Circus School’s classes and open-gym sessions are held inside a training and production studio equipped with moveable, colored lights that allow artists to stage full performances and see if they look best with blue or orange skin.