College Online Semester Package

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Mastermind

The online semester package includes 60 minutes of 1-1 coaching per week to teach students executive function skills for academic success. This package includes lesson notes and session reminders for parents, unlimited texts and emails for students, educational/psychological testing review, flexible scheduling, priority time slots, and finals prep.

MASTERMIND

Full-Semester (16 Sessions)

$1,995*

  • 1:1 Academic Coaching tailored to meet the needs of each individual student
  • 60 minute sessions once per week or 2-30 minute sessions per week
  • Lesson Notes/Weekly Reports to Parents
  • Session Reminders – Parents
  • On Call Academic Coach
  • Priority Timeslot
  • Educational/Psychological testing review
  • Flexible Scheduling
  • Communication with school personnel (as needed)

Registration is closed... Our Mastermind package is sold out for the semester, but you can still register for academic coaching by paying per session. Registration will open soon for Fall 2022.

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*There is an additional one-time registration fee of $160 which includes your initial consultation intake meeting with you, your student, the academic coach, and ACA owner Susan Schaefer.

Testimonials

“Andrea is truly amazing and we could not be more pleased with the results of her academic coaching. She has developed a terrific and valuable working relationship with Andrew. We always knew he was so capable of this. He is coming home this weekend and I know he is very excited about his grades and accomplishments so we look forward to his visit.”

Linda
Mom of Andrew

“College proved to be a bigger challenge for me than I had ever expected. Working with Academic Coaching Associates has helped me get back on my feet. By helping me make better use of skills in organization, record-keeping, and self-discipline, Sue, my academic coach, has gotten me back on track and feeling confident in my ability to succeed as I face the oncoming year.”

David
College student