Our engaging one-to-one summer programs help students make significant academic progress and accommodate their individual interests and schedules.
Flexibility to Fit Summer Plans
At Brightmont Academy, summer students can take advantage of one-to-one instruction on a schedule that works with vacation plans. For instance, students can start a course, take a trip or attend summer camp, and then complete coursework when they return.
Earn High School Course Credits
Get ahead or recover a credit. At Brightmont, one-to-one instruction means students maximize the benefit of time spent learning. Each student moves through a course at whatever pace — fast or slow — they need to fully understand the content. Credits earned during the summer can be used to enhance transcripts and make room for other courses during the school year. Choose from our catalog of 80+ courses including Advanced Placement*, algebra, health, and Spanish. Learn more.
Skill Building Packages for 3rd- to 12th-Grade Tutoring
Each student’s study is customized to be exactly what will help that individual be more successful in the next school year and avoid “summer skill regression.” One-to-one instruction helps 3rd- to 12th-grade students make in-depth gains and maximize the progress for time spent learning. Academic programs are available in any subject on flexible schedule. Customized summer packages may include:
Math Accelerator: Master math facts and improve computation speed and accuracy in a fun, stress-free learning environment. (Grades 3-5)
Algebra Readiness: Build math confidence and develop a deeper working knowledge of the concepts and skills that form the foundation of algebra and support success through pre-calculus.* (Grades 6-8)
Reading Strategies: Learn the eight active reading strategies used by highly effective readers. Improve comprehension by practicing these strategies across a wide range of texts. This program can be customized to address summer reading requirements. (Grades 3-12)
Writers’ Workshop: Brainstorm, research, plan, draft, revise, illustrate, and publish an original work on a chosen topic. (Grades 3-12)
College Application Studio: Brainstorm, plan, draft, revise, and publish one personal essay to submit with college applications. (Grades 10-12)
SAT and ACT Prep
Students review important content, take practice tests, and learn essential test-taking tips. One-to-one instruction ensures that they address the areas they are most anxious about and maximize the time they spend on preparation. As students prepare for sections of the tests, they get the advantage of working with experienced language arts and math teachers. Learn More.