In an intimate setting with purposeful individual attention, our highly trained and engaging instructors provide a customized test prep program that is as unique as each of the program's individual students.  This program includes:

Prep Course + Orientation:

  • M-F, June 22-26, 2020 from 9am-12pm
    Includes mandatory parent/student orientation: Saturday, June 20, 2020 from 10am-12pm

  • M-F, August 10-14, 2020 from 9am-12pm
    Includes mandatory parent/student orientation: Saturday, August 8, 2020 from 10am-12pm

 

Price: $749 (includes parent orientation & 15 hours of instruction)

Also available separately:

Private SSAT Tutoring Sessions

  • 3 sessions for $225 ($75/hour*)

  • 5 sessions for $350 ($70/hour*)

 

Register for Private Tutoring sessions and our Admissions Office (admissions@terrarmainr.org)

will be in contact shortly to set up dates/times for these sessions. ​

 

* Financial assistance available.  If you miss a class, you can attend or repeat class or session of equal or less cost.

NOTE: For those that took the SSAT already, please have your scores, as they will be used to individualize practice recommendations to further improve SSAT scores. 

MASTER CORE SKILLS FOR SUCCESS ON THE SSAT

 

PARTICIPATE IN SMALL CLASS SIZES WITH FOUR+ HOURS OF SEMI-PRIVATE TUTORING PER SESSION

RECEIVE A COMPREHENSIVE LIST OF OUTSIDE STUDY RESOURCES

ENHANCE TEST TAKING SKILLS

Safety is our number one priority at Terra Marin Camp. All sessions will run in accordance with the CDC and state regulations around COVID-19. 

Small group sessions (12 students or less)

PPE utilized as required

Frequent sanitization of common spaces & shared educational tools

Indoor/outdoor learning areas

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