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College Admission Season Is Crazier Than Ever. That Could Change Who Gets In.

By Amanda Vincent / March 17, 2021 /

College admissions have become completely unpredictable.  Will colleges be test optional or not?  If they are test optional, what do you need to do to stand out in a huge…

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Studyville Reads: The Survivors

By Amanda Vincent / February 19, 2021 /

The Survivors by Jane Harper My rating: 4 of 5 stars A return home and a subsequent murder on the beach bring back unsolved mysteries of the past for Kieran,…

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Studyville Reads: The House in the Cerulean Sea

By Amanda Vincent / February 19, 2021 /

The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune My rating: 5 of 5 stars The House in the Cerulean Sea is an enchanting love story and the experience of…

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Summer Programming Released

By Amanda Vincent / February 19, 2021 /

Studyville® Steps in to Help as Students Grapple with Being Behind Baton Rouge, LA:  Today, Studyville® launches an ambitious summer program to help students who are behind after a year…

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Why We Should Study History

By Amanda Vincent / February 8, 2021 /

Studying history is typically not viewed as one of the more difficult subjects for students.  There are no intricate steps and formulas like the ones found in math and science…

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Studyville Reads: Rebecca

By Amanda Vincent / January 19, 2021 /

Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier My rating: 5 of 5 stars “Last night I dreamt I went to Manderley again” is the famous first line in iambic hexameter in this…

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Reaching Those New Year Goals Is Harder Than Ever – Private Tutoring Can Help

By Amanda Vincent / January 5, 2021 /

Private tutoring may seem like a last resort for some people. Not everyone wants to admit that they may need help when they don’t seem to understand something. However, with…

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10 Ways To Not Waste Your Christmas Vacation

By Amanda Vincent / December 15, 2020 /

Navigating 2020 has been a wild ride for everyone, especially students. Now, in a few short days, we are looking at a well-earned break from school. Before you know it,…

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A Bit of History and Poetry

By Amanda Vincent / December 3, 2020 /

“I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day”, a poem by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, was written in the middle of deep crisis, sorrow, and hopelessness. Have you read it? Have you…

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Tutoring Tax Deductions Available in 2020

By Amanda Vincent / November 30, 2020 /

Tutoring tax deductions are now available thanks to the 2020 Louisiana Legislature Second Special Session, where lawmakers passed and the Governor signed Representative Edmonds’ HB 20, now Act 13, which…

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