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Academic Enrichment Program

FACTS Ed provides an enrichment program for sophomores and juniors who have found themselves on academic probation. The program works on the necessary academic skills and knowledge required for grade-level advancement. The FACTS Ed instructor will work with the teacher(s)/department…
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High School Credit Recovery

When a student fails an academic course, FACTS Ed works with the school, the parents, and the student to recover the lost credit. This program is customized by collaboration with the high school administration and subject teacher to ensure 100%…
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Summer Bridge

The summer bridge program is an ideal opportunity for incoming freshman who have been identified through transcript-analysis as needing academic assistance in math and/or English Language Arts (ELA). This bridge program is customized for small groups in certain subject areas,…
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Boot Camp

Boot camps integrate activities with math, reading, writing, and STEM. The number of weeks and hours are determined by the school. With the interdisciplinary approach of a combined camp, teachers are deployed to teach and support the students and other…
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STEAM Camp

Students explore science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics at STEAM Camp. FACTS Ed designs units of study based on input from school administrators — including curriculum, camp dates, and duration. Students immerse themselves in creative and discovery-based learning through…
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Math Camp

The FACTS Ed Summer Math Camp helps a child fill in skill gaps, get a head start on the next school year, or simply maintain hard-earned skills. These camps range from one to five weeks based on the needs of…
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Book Club

A uniquely outstanding way for children and parents to academically socialize is through a book club. FACTS Education Solutions designs each summer book club as a Title I Parent Enrichment Activity where groups of students and parents select titles to…
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Writing Camp

Knowing that reading and writing skills go hand-in-hand, one-to-three week writing camps are a great extension of reading camps and allow students to create their own hardcover book. Students need pens, pencils, and a dash of creativity to become authors…
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Reading Camp

The FACTS Ed Reading Camp is a one-to-three week summer program. The K-4 camp focuses on vocabulary development, building sight word banks, and comprehension to move students from “learning to read” to “reading to learn.” Middle school camps work on…
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Summer Backpack Reading Program

In an effort to foster a love for reading, backpacks are filled with magazines, graphic novels, audiobooks, and eBooks based on each child’s interest, independence, and instruction levels. With regularly scheduled check-ins throughout the summer, children meet with their teachers…
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Summer School

When students return to school in the fall, many of them start the academic year with achievement levels lower than they ended with in the spring — known as the “summer slide.” Our summer school instructors deliver engaging academic activities…
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Before and After School Instruction Program

One of the most popular options for Title I student instruction is our before and after school instruction program. Often, we are able to employ the school’s classroom teachers to work with students before or after the school day. As…
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