Every Parent Has Two Choices:
Take Ownership of your Child's education
Take Ownership of Your Child's Education and prepare to work incredibly hard over the next several years on behalf of your child. Become your child's "Educational Head Coach" and learn how to:
- Develop a plan for your child's education.
- Recruit friends and family to play specific roles in the life of your child.
- Use technology to dramatically accelerate your child's learning.
- Help other parents do the same.
Do these and other things we recommend and, over time, you'll see your child progressing far faster than their peers. Upon graduation, your child will have many more options for college, career, and a brighter future.
Let the school lead your child's education
If this is your chosen path, you are like most families in America. Most rely completely on the school to drive academic performance in their children. Unfortunately, schools can't do it alone.
If you chose this path, your child will likely grow up with large academic deficits. Your child will join the millions of other children who slowly drift into academic failure and diminished job prospects. Only when your child enters middle school or high school will you realize that your child is off track. But by then it will be too late for them to catch up. This is the unfortunate path of most kids in America.
Getting your child to college is not easy, but we offer Hope and a Plan.
We've studied the parents of college-going students and most have three simple things in common.
Education "experts" don't realize how important Hope is to a child's future. Parents, likewise, can get discouraged when they see their children struggling. We think we can help. We want to encourage you... and to come along side you as you develop the structure and supports needed to help your child WIN the education game! We've learned from other parents... now we want to share those lessons with you.
2. A FULLY ENGAGED "YOU"
Whether you are a parent, grandparent, friend or neighbor, we KNOW what adults must do to raise a successful student. This isn't about attending PTA meetings or parent-teacher conferences. This is about a way of behaving that utilizes all of the resources available to help your child succeed. The most important resource, however, is your commitment to engage in a child's learning.
3. A PLAN
So much has changed in the last 10-15 years... yet schools are primarily the same institutions as when we grew up. We'll tell you why later, but, for now, you must realize that raising a successful student requires strategy, teamwork, technology, coaching, prayer, and a desire to see your child WIN! We can help you put together a winning game plan.