Brainy Learning Club receives Texas Congress of Parents and Teachers (PTA) Honorary Life Membership for distinguished service to children and youth.
SAT Prep, Algebra-I, Algebra-II, Geometry and Pre-Calculus 6/11 – 6/22, 6/25 – 7/6 and 7/23 – 8/3 Morning (9:30am to 12:30pm) & Afternoon (1:30 to 4:30pm) sessions. SAT Prep, Algebra-I, Algebra-II, Geometry and Pre-Calculus head start courses will ensure that you achieve your best during the school year and the SAT test. In just 10 days, Read More >
Geometry Class – Head Start Camps ($600) Geometry is usually a new concept to many students. Geometry is the study of the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs. A Geometry head start summer camp will ensure that the student will achieve his/her best during the school year. In just Read More >
AP Computer Science Camp $600 July 9 thru July 20, 2018 The 2017 AP Computer Science exam’s discouraging 67% nationwide passing rate was worrying to many parents. The AP Computer Science course is often a student’s first AP course, and parents feared that their children would struggle in it, especially since students in the past Read More >
High School to College Brainy Learning Club hosted a complimentary presentation by three high achieving Seven Lakes High School seniors going to top tier universities. What courses to take, where to find grants and scholarships, can be found in the presentation High School to College.
Algebra-I ($600), Algebra-II ($650), Geometry ($600), Pre-Calculus ($650) 6/11 – 6/22, 6/25 – 7/6 and 7/23 – 8/3: Morning session (9:30am to 12:30pm) and afternoon session (1:30 to 4:30pm). AP Computer Science ($600) 7/9 – 7/20: All day, 9:30am to 4:30pm Algebra-I, Algebra-II, Geometry, Pre-Calculus and AP Computer Science summer headstart courses will ensure that Read More >
SAT 5/5/2018 SPECIAL – $600 6 sessions 4 hours each starting 9am Saturday 3/24 or Sunday 3/25 Office hours to follow up $50 off per student for 2 students $75 off per student for 3 students $10 off when presenting referral card 3 students per tutor Includes practice material problems and tests A Brainy Learning Read More >
An article by Carrie Gajowski, MA on the importance of cursive handwriting. Cursive is becoming obsolete. How can that be? I remember 1st grade at Glebe Street Elementary School in Johnstown, New York, where we practiced penmanship every day. I tried to be so perfect writing out my letters. The next step was learning cursive in Read More >
To answer that question, suffice to say that at the 40th World Chess Congress in 1969, Dr. Hans Klaus, Dean of the School of Philosophy at Humboldt University in Berlin, commented upon the chess studies completed in Germany: “Chess helps any human being to elaborate exact methods of thinking. It would be particularly useful to Read More >
In the study of Face-to-Face versus Online Tutoring Support in Distance Education by Price, Linda; Richardson, John T. E. and Jelfs, Anne, it is reported that students receiving online tuition reported poorer experiences than those receiving face-to-face tuition. Source: https://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ753553 ERIC: The Education Resources Information Center (ERIC) is an online digital library of education research and Read More >