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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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The Facts of Furman

By Amanda Vincent / October 29, 2020 /

Nestled in the rolling hills outside beautiful Greenville, South Carolina sits Furman University.  Furman is on the smaller, with just 2,800 students, but mighty when it comes to advancing its…

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Mom Life: Studyville® Was Made for the Busy Family

By Amanda Vincent / October 23, 2020 /

Just in case anyone was wondering, a day in the life of a working mom was difficult before COVID, now it is absolutely insufferable.  I’m beyond exhausted.   And yes, exhaustion…

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Highlights from High Point University

By Amanda Vincent / October 14, 2020 /

Students had a chance to visit with college admissions counselors from High Point University, located in North Carolina, right here in Baton Rouge via Studyville® College Recruiter nights this past…

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Rollins College

A Visit from Rollins College

By Amanda Vincent / October 5, 2020 /

Studyville® hosted Rollins College for a College Admissions night last night and let us just say…they had us at free jetskis.  Situated on beautiful Lake Virginia in Winter Park, Florida,…

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Tutoring Is Broken (Don’t Worry We Fixed It)

By Amanda Vincent / September 29, 2020 /

Finding a good tutor isn’t easy. Parents are often faced with quite a dilemma when choosing a tutor. Effective, inexpensive, or flexible: pick one because you can’t have all three.…

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ACT® Easy as 1-2-3? Probably Not.

By Amanda Vincent / September 22, 2020 /

Fear often stems from a lack of knowledge or control. The ACT® is no stranger to instilling fear in students, simply due to a lack of what to expect. In…

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What About Parents: A Response to School Closures and Working Parents

By Shelby Thomas / July 31, 2020 /

As many schools announce virtual learning options and school closures, the question, “What about parents?” comes to mind. While the health and safety of teachers and students is of the…

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The COVID-19 Ramifications for Learning & Education

By Sue Miley / April 17, 2020 /

There’s a ramification of our current circumstances that as parents, educators and a community we need to consider. As schools close at varying levels of preparedness for distance learning, a…

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Online Tutoring from Studyville® Now Available

By Shelby Thomas / April 1, 2020 /

COVID-19 made a grand and unwelcomed entrance in our community this month. Seemingly overnight it flipped our worlds upside down. Schools shutdown and now we’re all at home with a…

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