Whether it’s creating good study habits, managing anxiety, teaching initiative, social or time-management skills, help your teen create core habits and unlock their potential with Southwestern’s Student Coaching.
The Southwestern Student Coaching program pairs students (ages 13-21) with a highly-trained student coach to hone in on their unique growth areas and equip them with the real-world skills they need to succeed, both inside the classroom and beyond. In addition to 1:1 coaching calls, they work together through training modules, assessments, videos, and more as part of our Student’s Edge curriculum. Parents are kept appraised of progress milestones with frequent progress reports.
In a recent survey, those who completed 6 months or more of Southwestern Student Coaching reported the following improvement or increase after coaching:
Sample topics include vision, goal-setting, motivation, time-management and productivity, confidence, positive self-talk, emotional intelligence, gratitude, problem-solving, college prep, and more.
Schedule a free call with one of our coaches to discuss the unique needs of your student and the details of the program.
A coach will have a 1:1 video conference with your student to get to know them personally and explain how coaching can help.
Your student will be given a series of assessments and paired with the right coach as part of their enrollment in the program.
A Southwestern Student Coach will work with your student through two regularly scheduled monthly sessions to help them improve their target areas and help them develop the skills they need.
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