Part of being as productive as you can is knowing when to ask for help. If you have a student who has just returned to school and is struggling, or has struggled in the past with academics, we want you to know of a local resource we’re familiar with that can help.
The Learning Curve offers one-on-one and small group in-home academic tutoring and high school credit classes in the Issaquah, Sammamish, Bellevue, and North Bend area. With classes in the familiarity of their home or a local library, their students improve their grades and have fun in Math, Spanish, French, Study Skills, Language Arts, History, and more!
The Learning Curve provides personal attention to students who are frustrated with their current progress and want to improve both their grades and their comfort level with their subjects. Students who have given up on themselves get a second chance with TLC’s friendly and engaging tutors. They aim to bring joy back to the learning experience, and are there for students as they move forward in their academic and personal pursuits.
They know the district, the curriculum, and even the expectations of individual teachers in the Issaquah and Sammamish area.
Kirsten O’Malley opened The Learning Curve to provide a reliable service to families and students frustrated with their current academic experiences. She has earned a reputation as a lively and knowledgeable teacher among the families she serves and maintains close relationships with many local school districts. With extensive training in cutting edge language teaching techniques, educational software, and holistic approaches to encouraging student success, Kirsten and her dedicated team strive to make your child’s educational experience successful and motivating. Her years of experience in public and private education, interest in local school policies, and graduate work in language education have provided Kirsten with a unique understanding of the challenges facing students today. She shares what she knows and actively seeks out professional development opportunities to remain at the top of her field.
Debbie Rosemont and Kirsten O’Malley will be teaming up to present “Organize for School Success” on October 7th from 7:00 to 9:00pm in Sammamish. This high-impact two hour seminar for parents (and students age middle school and beyond) will cover tips, tricks, and practical techniques to help students organize their study space, school work, paper, time and schedule. Also covered will be alternative educational options for kids who need extra help in school, tips on how to communicate with teachers and keep on top of grades.
We would love to see you in class!