GREENWICH, Conn. -- Greenwich Education Group announced the launch of Links Summer Academy for middle and high school students.
With dual focuses on course acceleration and remediation, Links Summer Academy is an accredited, customized summer program designed to provide students with a head start on the upcoming academic year, retake classes in which they may have struggled, or simply explore areas of interest.
"With one-to-one instruction focusing on mastery of curriculum and addressing gaps in knowledge, Links Summer Academy is highly equipped to support individual learning styles so students move through material in successful and meaningful ways," said Director Andrea MacGilpin.
Links Summer Academy courses are customized to the learning style and ability of each student and can be scheduled around other summer activities, jobs, and vacation plans. The focused teaching approach involves either one-on-one instruction or small group classes of two or three students, resulting in a highly directed and effective learning experience.
“Links Academy has seen increased demand for its services during the academic year and we will be expanding our program this summer to offer the best high-impact, customized educational experience possible,” said Victoria C. Newman, founder and executive director of Greenwich Education Group.
Founded in 2007, Links Academy provides accredited, short- or long-term, individualized academic programs for students who are looking to accelerate their learning or are unable to attend traditional school. Typical reasons for attending Links include school anxiety and avoidance, medical issues that keep students from attending classes, transition between schools, or the need for flexible scheduling due students’ other activities and commitments.
Classes will be held at Links Academy, located at 44 Commerce Road in Stamford. Click here to visit their website . For more information on Links Summer Academy, contact MacGilpin at 203-883-0062 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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