Fourth Step:  Personalized Educational

 Programs (PEP), Service Project, Internship

      The results of the Diagnostic Assessment, Evaluation & Analysis, Talent and

      Interests Identifications are compiled into a report that identifies for the parent

      and student academic strengths, deficiencies, and preferences in the areas of

      Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics.

     That information is used to identify programs and classes offered by

     The Learnatory that best match the student's profile.

     Upon completion of a class at The Learnatory, the student received a Certificate of

     Achievement.  A record is maintained for the student of classes and projects.  This 

     information is often used for students to receive extra credit at school and is

     submitted as a transcript with college applications.

     By successfully completing the minimum number of classes in a curriculum and receiving Certificates of Achievement,

     students qualify to take a Capstone course consisting of a project demonstrating a level of mastery within a curriculum. 

     Successful completion qualifies for a Service Project or Internship with an organization or corporation where students gain

     real-world experience and participate in resume-building opportunities.  Service Projects and Internships are for students in

     Grade 6 and above.



 Third Step:  College Preparation &

 Recommendation Report

Challenging  Programs for College-Bound  Students

The Learnatory Pathways provide a personalized approach for each student including assessments and a unique array of engaging enrichment and developmental programs.

Pathway For College-Bound Students

​1. Assessment, Evaluation & Analysis 

2.  Talents & Interests Identification 

3.  College Preparation & Recommendation Report

4.  Personalized Educational Programs (PEP),

     Service Project, Internship

        Saturday Programs

         2-Day Programs      

         Summer Programs       

         Prep-AP  Program  (Grades 3 – 5)

         Pre-AP (Grades 6 – 8)           

         After-School Program    

         Home School Program 

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Second Step:  Talents & Interests  Identification

Research-validated assessments are used to identify academic levels in math and diagnose skill set needs.  Additional assessments measure interest in STEAM fields, Multiple-Intelligence Assessment, measure growth,  set academic goals, and connect students to resources and experiential learning opportunities to foster and promote interest in STEAM.​

This information is evaluated and presented to the parent in the Prescribed Educational Program. 

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How does a student select a college?  How early should that process begin?  What the things a family should do to prepare for the college selection - and admission process? 

For most, these may sound like questions to address after the child has begun high school.   

That could not be further from the truth.

It is sad to see students work diligently for the grades, scores, resumes, and portfolios to gain college admissions only to be told they cannot afford to attend.  Too many bright, qualified, talented students never make it into college due to nothing more ​than poor planning.  Many drop out due to lack of financial resources.  This is absolutely and totally avoidable.

The Learnatory helps parents better understand their role in planning the college selection and admissions process for children beginning in 3rd grade. 

Upon request, parents may develop long-term financial plans by both examining the College Preparation and Recommendation Report and requesting a referral to one of our financial partners. 

  First Step:  Assessment,           

  Evaluation & Analysis 

   Assessment is integral to the teaching–learning process,

     facilitating student learning and improving instruction,

     and can take a variety of forms:


  •  assessment for learning
  •  assessment of learning
  •  assessment as learning

    Assessments are an integral part of learning and instruction at

    The Learnatory.  Diagnostic Assessments are given to each student in

    Mathematics, Reading, and Spelling.  This information is evaluated and 

    presented to the parent in the Prescribed Educational Program.  

    The insights we gain by making assessment a regular part of our

    personalized instruction enable us to meet the needs of the students

    who are eager for more challenges and to provide intervention for 

    those who are struggling.