Come and see The Study Hall! We are accepting students for The Study Hall on weekdays from 3pm-8pm. Our ALL-ACCESS passes (weekly or monthly) include 60-minute One to One sessions. They are a great value!
Our goal is to help each student become the best version of themselves. We strive to motivate every student to want to improve daily. Next Level Up aims to encourage all students to become life-long learners. We inspire students to focus on fundamentals, positive study habits, organization, and always putting in 100% effort.
Our Promise to Parents
We promise to provide your students a safe and distraction free zone where you can feel secure either dropping them off or waiting for them in the comfort of the Center. We have WiFi for your convenience.
SERVICES WE OFFER AT THE CENTER
One on One Academic Coaching
RATES PreK - 5th grade students: $55/hr Middle School students: $60/hr High School students: $65/hr Upper Level Math & Science: $70/hr College students: $80/hr
For ten years, Next Level Up has been providing quality, individualized, one on one academic coaching and tutoring to students throughout MA. We now have the option of working with our students in Central MA right here in our West Boylston Center. The in-home option is still available for parents looking for the convenience of having a professional academic coach come right to their house, however for those that feel more comfortable dropping their student off for their session, our Center is distraction free and always available.
The Study Hall
RATES 1 drop in hour: $20 1 Week All Access Pass Includes 1 - 60 min. one on one in-center session: $130 1 Month All Access Pass Includes 2 - 60 min. one on one in-center sessions: $395
This is our unique after school and evening homework and study space. Any student can come and work in our distraction free environment while having an on-site professional educator available to provide help when requested. We will also keep an eye on organizational skills and time management skills. Each student will receive direct, one on one instruction until they fully grasp the material before the teacher moves on to another student. This encourages the students that are waiting for help to become more independent and patient learners. Our late hours (3pm-8pm) are ideal for athletes, musicians, and other busy students. The Study Hall is also an opportunity to get a feel for our Learning Center by signing up for a drop in hour.
Weekend Writing Workshops
Becoming a good writer is like becoming a good athlete or a good musician. One must practice in order to achieve success. A student also needs time to put their writing down, walk away for a bit, and come back with fresh eyes. We will offer a writing workshop for students in grades seven through ten. With direct instruction from an experienced writer/teacher, students will have an opportunity to sharpen their writing skills without any classroom pressure. The idea will be to help students embrace the concept that writing can be a nonlinear process, but a process nonetheless. You start with planning and then go from there. These workshops will meet on two separate days
Weekend Math Workshops
Fundamentals, double checking, showing all of your work. These are all the basics of becoming a successful student in math regardless of age or level. Unfortunately, there are many students who don't use these simple, most effective ways of catching errors in your work. All students make errors in their math from time to time, but those who check their work usually catch the mistakes. We will begin with two different workshops. The first will be for students in the upper elementary grades, into the first year of middle school. This will be intended to reinforce pre-algebraic thinking, areas of the usual frustration like fractions, decimals, and percents, as well as focusing on using math vocabulary when practicing math. Additionally, we will have a hands-on workshop designed to help support 7th and 8th grade students in Algebra 1. These workshops will meet on two separate days.
Teen "Survival Skills" Workshops
The real world can be an intimidating place when a student first enters it. They have to exert their independence, and with that comes the responsibilities of looking for a job, buying a car, renting a house, budgeting, establishing credit and debt, understanding taxes, and using credit cards responsibly. Our "Survival Skills" workshops will use the wisdom and experience from local business people to help teach and enlighten teenagers about what to expect when facing these realities in the near future.