Summer Enrichment

Our most popular Workshops are the Math Booster and our Cognitive Workshop Reading/Writing packages.  All grade-level specific Summer Workshops are individually tailored.  Initial assessments and post-workshop assessments are available upon request.

Summer Workshops:

  • Math Booster 
  • 5th to 6th grade transition 
  • Cognitive Workshop: Reading & Writing
  • World Language Workshop
  • 8th to 9th grade transition
  • HSPT/ISEE Test Prep (preparing students for private school entrance exams)
  • Jr. SAT Prep (for advanced students)
  • SAT/ACT Test Prep
  • 4 year College Counseling Workshop


***Fair Heads-Up: we have already received a record number of sign-ups as a result of a tough pandemic learning year…please reach out ASAP to book your times as we will have a waitlist soon!

Our tailored grade-level packages come in three sizes: 6 week, 8 week, and 10 week.  We can build your custom schedule around vacations and activities.  Typically we recommend scheduling 2 sessions per week for a minimum of 6 weeks. We are open Monday through Friday from 9am to 6pm.  Because we tailor to the needs of each student, the application and duration of the sessions is not a one size fits all approach.  


To track student improvement, Study Hut provides a complimentary pre and post workshop assessment.  Year after year, families who opt-in are able to see the results for themselves.  In addition to monitoring quantitative results, we also measure qualitative performance as well: we take notes after every session.  Because the work that we do is cumulative, students are able to advance through showing mastery of previous concepts, which is a big confidence booster.

Now More Than Ever:

Students and their parents have had to endure an unprecedented disruption to their academic growth.  This Fall, students are returning to ‘normal’ in-person classes.  This means that teachers will open up their 2019 bins and folders, and begin to use their same pre-pandemic curriculum, as if students had been tracking all along.  In order for students to feel confident with material they are expected to know, most must work on their gaps and weaknesses that have accumulated.  The only time to do that is this summer.