Thank you for your interest in our Study Skills programs!
The NC State Psychoeducational Clinic offers multiple programs aimed at helping students develop better organizational and study habits, including in-person summer study skills camps, an online curriculum,and individualized organizational skills coaching.
1. We are pleased to announce that we will once again be hosting our summer in-person Study Skills camps this summer! These week-long sessions offer an opportunity for rising middle and high-school students (9 th and 10 th grade) to develop introductory skills across multiple areas, including organization, planning, reading comprehension, test-taking skills, and note-taking. Dates for our 2021 camps are as follows:
- July 12-16
- July 19-23
- July 26-30
- August 2-6
Each camp is one week long and is held for two hours each day, either in the morning (9:30am- 11:30am) or the afternoon (1:00pm- 3:00pm). For further information about summer Study Skills, please click here. To register, please download and complete our Study Skills Welcome Packet. A list of commonly asked questions (FAQs) is included in this packet, for your convenience.
Please note that all Study Skills participants are required to be tested for COVID no more than 72 hours prior to the start of Study Skills, as well as every three days thereafter. Documentation of a negative PCR result will be requested.
during our summer in-person camps but is entirely self-paced, allowing your child to complete lessons at whatever time works best for them. All lessons are asynchronous. Our online program is open to middle and high school students of any age/grade. For more information- including how to register- please click here! A FAQ document is also available to download.
program with the more intensive, one-on-one organizational skills tutoring offered through our
ACES program. ACES is available to middle, high school, or college-aged students who might benefit
from more tailored and individualized support. This coaching program is perfect for students experiencing organizational or executive functioning challenges that are holding them back from reaching their full potential. For more information about ACES, please click here.
If you have any questions about our programs, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-515-1713.