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The Study Hall
341 West Street
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: (207) 236-3949
Email: rockport@thestudyhall.com

Portland Pupils is now The Study Hall

The Study Hall is dedicated to helping students of all ages achieve their academic goals. Our curriculum-based tutoring boosts confidence in the classroom and improves grades. The Study Hall’s standardized test preparation and college counseling programs help simplify the college admissions process. Since 2003, The Study Hall has successfully worked with over 2,000 students.

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SAT Prep Classes Start Feb 26th at The Study Hall

The Study Hall has over 15 years experience preparing students for the SATs. By eliminating the mystery of the test, knowing the format and content of the test, practicing and understanding strategies to approach the test, students can relax and allow their brains to bring forth the information ...
Exam Time - Steps to Prepare & Reduce Student Anxiety

This is the time of year when many high school students become stressed and nervous about exams. To help ease anxiety, and to help with preparation, here are a few suggestions from The Study Hall that will help make test day more manageable. Teacher Reviews- Most teachers will hand out a ...
Is Middle School Working for YOUR Child?

Adolescence is about more than academics. But if you don't get the academics right at this stage, you will struggle with the tougher tasks in high school. Should we extend the cocoon of the elementary grades longer, or should we push the preteens toward a high school experience? Single teacher/ch...
SATs Are Coming Soon - Time to Prepare!

It is NOW time for all Juniors to start planning for how they will prepare for the upcoming SATs. The state has required ALL juniors attending public schools to take the SATs on Tuesday, April 9, 2019. The months of January, February and March are essential for all juniors and every student who ...
SAT Prep Starts January 20th at The Study Hall

Many students make the mistake of thinking they do not need to open a book, go on-line, or spend any time reviewing SAT material. Even if they took the PSATs, which allows them to see how they may do on the SATs for the Math and Verbal sections, the PSATs do not require the students to write an ...