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(860) 510-0410
dcapuano@learningconsultantsgroup.com

Southeastern CT

Helping Your Children Reach Their Potential in the Shoreline Area of CT and Surrounding Areas

Our primary service area is Shoreline Connecticut and nearby New Haven, CT and New London, CT locations. As word-of-mouth is our best advertisement, please ask your Connecticut neighbours about The Learning.

MAIN CONTACT

DARYL CAPUANO
860-510-0410 
121 Main Street
Old Saybrook CT 06475


Consultants tutoring, test prep and educational advisory services in

DIRECTIONS TO THE LEARNING CONSULTANTS – 121 MAIN ST. OLD SAYBROOK – OFFICE 3A

1. Simple directions for those familiar with downtown Old Saybrook:

After entering Main Street from the intersection with Route 1:

  • 121 Main Street is on the right
  • Same side of the street as Starbucks
  • Immediately after a small Bank of America sign, look for a YELLOW building marked 121 with “Essence” as the most prominent sign
  • In addition to abundant parking on Main Street, there is parking in the back lot as well as the nearby shopping centre across the street.
  • Enter through the front door.
  • Third Floor – office on the left

2. From Points North heading from 95 South to 121 Main Street, Old Saybrook

  • 95 South to Exit 68; Pass Liberty Inn, under 95, take a Right on Route 1
  • At the traffic light with Mystic Market on far-right, Left to continue on Route 1
  • At the second traffic light, take a left onto Main Street (look for the Starbucks on the left)
  • After entering Main Street from the intersection with Route 1: Follow the simple directions above

3. From Points South heading from 95 North to 121 Main Street, Old Saybrook

  • 95 north to Exit 67
  • Bear right and take right off the exit onto 154 heading south
  • Straight through the intersection with Mystic Market on the right. (154 turns into Route 1 after Mystic Market)
  • At the intersection, for Route 1 and Main Street, take a left onto Main Street (see Starbucks on left) and follow simple directions above.

 

MAIN CONTACT

Daryl Capuano
860-510-0410
121 Main Street
Old Saybrook CT 06475




DIRECTIONS TO OUR MADISON OFFICE – 71 BRADLEY ROAD

Please note: If using a GPS or you are generally familiar with this location, the address is super-easy to find. The slight complexity is turning into the proper driveway. I have highlighted the tricky parts. Please pay attention to those details.

Travelling on 95 N – From points south of Madison such as Guilford, Branford, New Haven

  1. Take exit 61 (Route 79).
  2. Right at the stop sign at the end of the ramp.
  3. Left at the second traffic light onto Bradley Road.

Our office is within the Madison Square office complex on the immediate left. (Webster Bank is on the right)

The entrance is the second driveway. (The exit is the first).

(If you pass the entrance to the train station lot, you just passed it)

Upon entering the driveway, our office is immediately on the left and in the same office as TeraComm. There is a sign stating: “Test Measurement” (related to TeraComm, not test prep!)

The office is the only lower level office once you immediately turn into the driveway

While there is some parking on the side of the building where we are located, there is ample parking in the back of the building.

Upon entering the office, there is a reception area. Proceed past the reception area to the board room where class will be held.

Traveling on 95 S – from points north of Madison, such as Westbrook, Old Saybrook, Old Lyme

  1. Take exit 61 (Route 79).
  2. At the traffic light at the end of the ramp, take a Left.
  3. Follow directions above from the second traffic light.

 

If you are travelling on Rte 1/Boston Post Road, connect with Route 79 heading north, make a right on Bradley Road and follow directions above.

 

MAIN CONTACT

Daryl Capuano
71 Bradley Rd.
Madison, CT 06443

Branford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

Branford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

– Branford High School Address:  185 East Main Street, Branford CT 06405

– Branford, CT Standardized Test Scores

 Branford, CT CAPT Scores                    CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 263                                                     – Math:  253
– Science:  273                                              – Science:  260
– Reading:  259                                             – Reading:  244
– Writing:  274                                                – Writing:  262

– Branford, CT SAT Scores                    – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math:  521                                                   – Math:  508
– Verbal:  509                                                – Verbal:  504

– Branford Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Branford, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores          – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  64                                                    – Reading:  53
– Math: 70                                                           – Math:  57
– Writing:  70                                                      – Writing:  63

 – Branford, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores          – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  70                                                    – Reading:  60
– Math:  68                                                          – Math:  61
– Writing:  65                                                      – Writing:  61

– Branford, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores          – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  71                                                    – Reading:  65
– Math:  61                                                          – Math:  56
– Writing:  74                                                      – Writing:  61

East Lyme CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

East Lyme CT Tutoring and Test Prep

School Facts:
– Located at: 165 Boston Post Road
East Lyme, CT 06333



East Lyme High School CAPT and SAT Scores

East Lyme High School CAPT Scores vs CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 281  (State Average:  252)
– Science: 289  (State Average:  255)
– Reading: 266   (State Average:  245)
– Writing: 284   (State Average:  259)

East Lyme High School SAT Scores vs CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 543  (State Average:  508)
– Verbal: 538   (State Average:  508)

 

East Lyme Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

East Lyme, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores vs CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 71  (State Average: 53)
– Math: 72  (State Average: 57)
– Writing: 76  (State Average: 63)

East Lyme, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores vs CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 86  (State Average: 60)
– Math: 83  (State Average: 61)
– Writing: 77  (State Average: 61)

– East Lyme, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores vs CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 88  (State Average: 65)
– Math: 79  (State Average: 56)
– Writing: 77  (State Average: 61)

East Lyme High School Mission Statement:
The East Lyme High School experience prepares students academically, emotionally, socially and physically to be lifelong learners and responsible citizens.

East Lyme High School Vision Statement:
The East Lyme High School faculty and staff respect the integrity of each student. We acknowledge the uniqueness of individual needs, capabilities and perspectives. We challenge all students to hold high expectations for their learning, moral values and physical well-being. Equally compelling is our belief that students should make responsible decisions, be proud of their achievements, and accept the ramifications of their actions. Providing a safe learning environment that addresses the needs, expands the abilities and encourages the aspirations of all students is paramount. By presenting diversified and flexible curricula, this school offers multiple opportunities for all students to obtain a comprehensive education. We are committed to providing the tools and inspiration necessary for our students to become life-long learners.

It is our conviction that education is a dynamic process. Therefore, our students prepare for the future not merely by acquiring knowledge but by creating their own learning opportunities, realizing their aptitudes, and attaining their goals. Our culture of trust fosters self-confidence and responsibility, thus inspiring students to be intrinsically motivated.
East Lyme High School recognizes the value of diversity and the universality of human experience. We ask students to examine their own beliefs and those of others in order to develop a sense of global awareness and responsibility, thereby promoting an acceptance of and respect for every member of society. By advocating participation, service, and leadership, we encourage exemplary citizenship in our students.
The East Lyme High School experience prepares students academically, emotionally and socially to be positive forces in the world and to live purposeful, healthy and satisfying lives.

Essex CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

 Essex CT Tutoring and Test Prep

School Facts:

          – Located at: 256 Kelsey Hill Road
Deep River, CT 06417

– Valley Regional High School CAPT Scores                   – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 263                                                                     – Math:  252
– Science:  274                                                               – Science:  255
– Reading:  270                                                              – Reading:  245
– Writing:  270                                                                – Writing:  259

– Valley Regional High School SAT Scores                   – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math:  524                                                                  – Math:  508
– Verbal:  525                                                                                      – Verbal:  508

– Essex Middle School CMT Scores by Grade
– Essex, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores     – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  71                                                    – Reading:  53
– Math: 64                                                           – Math:  57
– Writing:  71                                                      – Writing:  63

– Essex, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores    – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  71                                                    – Reading:  60
– Math:  64                                                          – Math:  61
– Writing:  63                                                      – Writing:  61

– Essex, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores     – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading:  87                                                    – Reading:  65
– Math:  77                                                          – Math:  56
– Writing:  86                                                      – Writing:  61

 Valley Regional High School Mission Statement:

We, the schools of Chester, Deep River, Essex and Region 4, engage all students in a rigorous, challenging, and cohesive educational program. As a community of learners, we foster individual student achievement and empower students to excel in an environment of collaboration, responsibility, and mutual respect. We prepare our students to be knowledgeable, involved citizens in a rapidly changing world.

Valley Regional High School Student Learning Expectations:

– To ensure the continuous progress of each student by implementing a challenging curriculum with clearly stated benchmarks.

– To attract, retain, develop and support the best possible staff for our schools.

– To build community support and involvement for the school system.

– To foster and sustain a climate of professionalism, trust, and high expectations that is collaborative, respectful, nurturing, and safe for all members of the school community.

– To promote, model, and implement the mission, vision, beliefs, goals and improvement plans of the schools and the PK-12 district.

Glastonbury CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

 

Glastonbury CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Glastonbury High School
Glastonbury, CT

Glastonbury, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 285 – Math: 253
– Science: 293 – Science: 260
– Reading: 268 – Reading: 244
– Writing: 278 – Writing: 262

– Glastonbury, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 552 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 537 – Verbal: 504
– Glastonbury Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Glastonbury, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 84 – Reading: 0
– Math: 84 – Math: 0
– Writing: 90 – Writing: 0
– Glastonbury, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 84 – Reading: 0
– Math: 85 – Math: 0
– Writing: 81 – Writing: 0

– Glastonbury, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 92 – Reading: 0
– Math: 85 – Math: 0
– Writing: 84 – Writing: 0

Glastonbury High School Mission Statement:
Glastonbury High School, a partnership of students, staff, and community, prepares each student for the challenges of a diverse society and a complex world through the rigorous pursuit of knowledge and skills. We promote personal responsibility and respect for others in a safe and supportive environment.

ACADEMIC EXPECTATIONS:
Across content areas and in a variety of ways, the Glastonbury High School student…
• reads actively and critically
• writes and speaks effectively
• applies reasoning and problem solving skills effectively
• creates, performs, or responds with understanding
• acquires proficiency in the effective and responsible use of information and technology
• demonstrates an understanding of languages, cultures, and local, national, and world issues

SOCIAL AND CIVIC EXPECTATIONS:
Within and throughout our community, the Glastonbury High School student…
• acts ethically and responsibly and demonstrates respect of self and others
• applies knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to a diverse society
• understands and applies concepts of lifelong wellness
• plans for the future beyond high school
These Expectations for Student Learning are defined and measured by the 22 Performance Standards and
school wide assessment rubrics.



Guilford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

Guilford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Guilford High School,
Guilford, CT

School Facts:
– Located at: 605 New England Road, Guilford CT 06437
– Guilford, CT Standardized Test Scores
– Guilford, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 276 – Math: 252
– Science: 287 – Science: 255
– Reading: 285 – Reading: 245
– Writing: 282 – Writing: 259

– Guilford, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 542 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 548 – Verbal: 508

– Guilford Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Guilford, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 76 – Reading: 53
– Math: 73 – Math: 57
– Writing: 80 – Writing: 63
– Guilford, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 87 – Reading: 60
– Math: 81 – Math: 61
– Writing: 81 – Writing: 61

– Guilford, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 89 – Reading: 65
– Math: 75 – Math: 56
– Writing: 82 – Writing: 61

Guilford High School Mission Statement:
Our mission is to foster excellence in a respectful and challenging academic environment that leads to a lifelong passion for learning and the realization of each individual’s highest potential for success in life.

Guilford High School Expectations for Student Learning:
1. Students will develop the proficiency, confidence, and fluency in reading,
writing, speaking, listening and viewing needed to meet the literacy demands of
effective communication and to become a productive member of society.

  1. Students will think critically and creatively in order to solve authentic problems
    both independently and interdependently.
  2. A. Students will integrate research skills into their academic pursuits.
    B. Students will integrate technology into their academic pursuits.



Madison CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

Daniel Hand High School

School Facts:
– Located at: 286 Green Hill Road
Madison, CT 06443

– Daniel Hand High School CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 277 – Math: 252
– Science: 290 – Science: 255
– Reading: 280 – Reading: 245
– Writing: 299 – Writing: 259

– Daniel Hand High School SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 567 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 554 – Verbal: 508

– Madison Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Madison, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 72 – Reading: 53
– Math: 72 – Math: 57
– Writing: 86 – Writing: 63
– Madison, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 85 – Reading: 60
– Math: 82 – Math: 61
– Writing: 86 – Writing: 61

– Madison, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 84 – Reading: 65
– Math: 85 – Math: 56
– Writing: 85 – Writing: 61

Mission Statement:
As members of the Daniel Hand High School community, our primary purpose is to graduate successful life-long learners who are responsible citizens of the global community. We believe all students can learn and all students can discover, develop, and realize their talents. We can best accomplish our mission in an environment that is supportive, structured, challenging, and secure. With the collaborative efforts of students, educators, parents, and the Madison community, Daniel Hand High School students will mature as motivated, self-reliant, and ethical individuals who respect learning and appreciate differences in others.

Expectations for Student Learning:
The Daniel Hand High School graduate:
1. Demonstrates proficiency and fluency in communication to meet the literacy
demands of the global community.
2. Uses technology effectively and responsibly.
3. Applies effective and efficient strategies for gathering information and materials,
thinking critically, and solving problems.
4. Demonstrates respect for one’s self and strive to contribute to success of others.

New Haven CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

New Haven CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Wilbur Cross High School and Hillhouse High School

School Facts:
Wilbur Cross High School
– Located at: 181 Mitchell Drive, New Haven CT 06511
Hillhouse High School
– Located at: 480 Sherman Parkway, New Haven CT 06511

New Haven, CT Standardized Test Scores
– New Haven, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 209 – Math: 252
– Science: 211 – Science: 255
– Reading: 211 – Reading: 245
– Writing: 226 – Writing: 259

– New Haven, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 401 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 413 – Verbal: 508

– New Haven Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– New Haven, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 20 – Reading: 53
– Math: 34 – Math: 57
– Writing: 34 – Writing: 63
– New Haven, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 26 – Reading: 60
– Math: 27 – Math: 61
– Writing: 33 – Writing: 61

– New Haven, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 33 – Reading: 65
– Math: 22 – Math: 56
– Writing: 36 – Writing: 61

Wilbur Cross High School Mission Statement:
Wilbur Cross High School is a richly diverse community committed to the pursuit of academic excellence and social responsibility. With the help of family and the community, we strive to provide a safe environment that fosters respect for self and others. Through rigorous instruction based upon high standards and accountability, we challenge students to become lifelong learners and empowered citizens.

Building a Community of Learners
Wilbur Cross High School Expectations for Student Learning:
Academic Expectations
Wilbur Cross students will:
1. Communicate effectively through speaking and writing for a variety of purposes and audiences; read, understand, and respond to a variety of materials;
2. Use mathematical concepts and principles to analyze and organize data, to reason logically, to solve problems, and to draw accurate conclusions;
3. Acquire and evaluate information in order to interpret events, issues and/or ideas, to understand historical and social patterns, and to make informed judgments and responses;
4. Apply the principles and processes of the sciences to analyze phenomena, conduct inquiry-based investigation, and solve problems related to the natural/physical world;
5. Use technology and other information systems to obtain, organize, and present information, and to engage in discourse beyond the Wilbur Cross community;
6. Strengthen their education by studying the fine arts, the practical arts, healthy living, and world languages; develop plans and goals for the future and be prepared for college, other post-secondary education, the work force and/or the military.

Social Expectations
Wilbur Cross students will:
1. Develop teamwork, communication, and leadership skills, and demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively and independently;
2. Demonstrate the ability to make informed choices, and adopt behavior that positively affects learning, health, safety, and the well-being of self and others;
3. Develop an awareness of global issues, and understand, respect and appreciate the diversity of cultures and beliefs in our school, our community, and the world;
4. Identify and access support services in the school and community; display appropriate behavior in school and other settings, and show respect for self, peers, school and the community;
5. Develop integrity, responsibility, empathy, respect for differences, and sense of fairness.

Civic Expectations
Wilbur Cross students will:
1. Be capable of responsible decision-making and independent action;
2. Understand the democratic process, be aware of the rights and responsibilities of a citizen in a democratic society, and recognize the importance of participation in a democracy;
3. Voice support and dissent in appropriate forums, including advocacy for the rights and welfare of others;
Contribute in a positive way to the school and community via community service and/or involvement

Hillhouse High School Mission Statement:
It is the mission of James Hillhouse High School located in New Haven, Connecticut to graduate students prepared for success in a world of increasing diversity, technological change and global challenges. Our task as educators, community members, parents and students is to create an environment in which all students have the opportunity to reach their greatest academic potential and to facilitate their growth as responsible and respectful members of society.



Old Lyme CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

Old Lyme CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Lyme-Old Lyme High School
Old Lyme, CT

School Facts:
– Located at: 69 Lyme Street
Old Lyme, CT 06371

– Lyme-Old Lyme High School CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 271 – Math: 252
– Science: 282 – Science: 255
– Reading: 280 – Reading: 245
– Writing: 274 – Writing: 259

– Lyme-Old Lyme High School SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 538 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 542 – Verbal: 508

– Old Lyme Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Old Lyme, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 68 – Reading: 53
– Math: 63 – Math: 57
– Writing: 73 – Writing: 63
– Old Lyme, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 82 – Reading: 60
– Math: 75 – Math: 61
– Writing: 76 – Writing: 61

– Old Lyme, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 90 – Reading: 65
– Math: 70 – Math: 56
– Writing: 77 – Writing: 61

Mission Statement:
Lyme-Old Lyme High School is a community of learners committed, with pride and purpose, to developing skilled problem solvers, effective communicators, and contributing citizens.

Expectations for Student Learning:
I. Problem Solving
Students will…
1. use logical reasoning
2. use technology to solve authentic problems
3. be able to research
4. evaluate data and predict outcomes
5. utilize knowledge and skills across the disciplines

  1. Communication
    Students will…
    1. listen and view actively for a variety of purposes
    2. express self effectively (through various modalities e.g. writing, speaking, painting,
    singing)
    3. write effectively for a variety of purposes/reasons
    4. read critically
    5. use resources, e.g., technology, to communicate

III. Civic/Social Responsibilities/Citizenship
Students will…
1. develop cultural awareness and embrace diversity
2. contribute to the community
3. develop knowledge of levels of US government and their inter-relationships
4. develop knowledge of world history and our country’s role
5. work as a collaborative team member



Old Saybrook CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

Old Saybrook CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Old Saybrook High School
Old Saybrook, CT

School Facts:
– Located at: 1111 Boston Post Road, Old Saybrook CT 06475

– Old Saybrook, CT Standardized Test Scores
– Old Saybrook, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 279 – Math: 252
– Science: 282 – Science: 255
– Reading: 269 – Reading: 245
– Writing: 291 – Writing: 259

– Old Saybrook, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 510 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 524 – Verbal: 508

– Old Saybrook Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Old Saybrook, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 67 – Reading: 53
– Math: 70 – Math: 57
– Writing: 85 – Writing: 63
– Old Saybrook, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 78 – Reading: 60
– Math: 78 – Math: 61
– Writing: 90 – Writing: 61

– Old Saybrook, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 77 – Reading: 65
– Math: 72 – Math: 56
– Writing: 84 – Writing: 61

Old Saybrook High School Mission Statement:
The Old Saybrook Public Schools respect the individuality of each student. We will encourage all students to meet their potential and become self-motivated, independent and responsible citizens who will successfully contribute to a rapidly changing, global community. We will accomplish this mission
through excellence in instructional practices, strong community partnership, high standards, and a challenging curriculum which promotes life-long learning.

Old Saybrook High School Expectations for Student Learning:
Critical Strategic Goal

Issue 1 – Instruction

Maximum the quality and effectiveness of instruction

Issue 2 – Curriculum

Provide clear consistent and sequential curricula that challenges students of all abilities in preparation for post high school plans

Issue 3 – Meeting All Students’ Needs

Provide a continuum of services based on all students’ needs

Issue 4 – Communication

Promote effective communication between educators, parents, students and community

Issue 5 – Accountability

Ensure student, teacher, administrative, and Board of Education accountability for learning

Issue 6 – School Environment

Create a safe school environment which encourages achievement, responsibility, motivation, love of learning, self-reliance, and respect

Stonington CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

 

  • Stonington CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Stonington High School
Stonington, CT

School Facts:
– Location: 176 South Broad Street
Pawcatuck, CT 06379

– Stonington High School CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 260 – Math: 253
– Science: 260 – Science: 260
– Reading: 247 – Reading: 244
– Writing: 264 – Writing: 262

– Stonington High School SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 526 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 532 – Verbal: 508

– Stonington Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– Stonington, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 60 – Reading: 53
– Math: 53 – Math: 57
– Writing: 63 – Writing: 63
– Stonington, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 66 – Reading: 60
– Math: 53 – Math: 61
– Writing: 50 – Writing: 61

– Stonington, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 74 – Reading: 65
– Math: 63 – Math: 56
– Writing: 65 – Writing: 61

Mission Statement:
Stonington High School represents a community
committed to fostering a lifelong pursuit of learning
in a challenging, motivating, and inspiring environment
where each student acquires the skills, knowledge and attitudes necessary
to become a responsible citizen as well as lead a productive and rewarding life.

Expectations for Student Learning
There is a common, integrated, and independent set of learnings which is essential to the development of all students. These outcomes represent a preparation for life which involves not only preparation for employment and further education but also those learnings necessary to become a productive and contributing member of society. Consequently, as part of education at Stonington High School, each student will continue to acquire the following attributes, attitudes, skills, competencies, understandings, and applications.

The Stonington High School student demonstrates competency in the following expectations:
Academic Expectations

1
xx proficiency in speaking, listening, and viewing;

2
the ability to read and respond critically to various types of texts in all disciplines;

3
the ability to write for different purposes and for different audiences;

4
the ability to use a variety of research tools to interpret, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information;

5
skilled use of technological resources to facilitate learning across disciplines;

6
competency in mathematical reasoning and problem solving skills;

7
the ability to inquire, the capacity to use scientific principles in a variety of real world situations, and the ability to communicate effectively about science;

8
the ability to make connections among disciplines, understanding his/her education as a synthesis of knowledge; and

9
acquire proficiency in one language other than his/her native language;

10
maintain behaviors that promote lifelong personal wellness and physical fitness;

11
appreciate the importance of the arts (fine and applied) in expressing human experience;
Civil and Social Expectations

12
the values, rights, and responsibilities of a productive member of a democratic society;

13
work independently and collaboratively as part of a team;

14
participate with community businesses and agencies as part of the school-to-career and senior project initiatives;

15
participate actively and constructively in various community service activities; and

16
develop a positive self-concept, strive toward personal motivation and persistence,
demonstrate responsibility and integrity, and display respect for himself/herself and
others.



West Hartford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

 

 

  • West Hartford CT Tutoring and Test Prep

Hall High School
West Hartford, CT

– Located at: 975 North Main Street, West Hartford CT 06117
– West Hartford, CT Standardized Test Scores
– West Hartford, CT CAPT Scores – CT State Average CAPT Scores
– Math: 269 – Math: 253
– Science: 279 – Science: 260
– Reading: 270 – Reading: 244
– Writing: 278 – Writing: 262

– West Hartford, CT SAT Scores – CT State Average SAT Scores
– Math: 546 – Math: 508
– Verbal: 548 – Verbal: 504
– West Hartford Middle School CMT Scores by Grade

– West Hartford, CT 4th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 68 – Reading: 0
– Math: 71 – Math: 0
– Writing: 76 – Writing: 0
– West Hartford, CT 6th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 75 – Reading: 0
– Math: 76 – Math: 0
– Writing: 76 – Writing: 0

– West Hartford, CT 8th Grade CMT Scores – CT State Average CMT Scores
– Reading: 76 – Reading: 0
– Math: 71 – Math: 0
– Writing: 74 – Writing: 0
Hall High School Mission Statement:
William H. Hall High School, through a commitment to excellence, promotes academic achievement along with intellectual, artistic, social, emotional, and physical development of each student in a safe environment conducive to learning. Our programs recognize diverse student backgrounds, interests, abilities, and learning styles. Our curricula challenge students, stimulate creative and critical thinking and promote the pursuit of lifelong learning. We actively involve the community in a variety of ways. Finally, we encourage students to be well-informed and responsible citizens who are prepared to respond independently and innovatively to a rapidly changing world.
Hall High School, West Hartford CT Civic/Social Expectations:

Students will:
• develop the interpersonal teamwork, communication, and leadership skills needed to function in
diverse and rapidly changing settings
• develop and maintain behavior that promotes lifelong health
• become informed adults capable of responsible decision-making and independent action
• be able to identify and access services in the school and community to address their social-emotional
needs
• develop respect for the varied intellectual, physical, cultural characteristics present within themselves,
peers, and the school community
• voice dissent in appropriate forums
• contribute in a positive way to the larger community
• develop awareness of global issues by recognizing the plurality of cultures, societies, and beliefs
• understand and demonstrate the rights and responsibilities of a citizen in a democratic society

Hall High School, West Hartford CT Academic Expectations:

Students will:
• comprehend, interpret and evaluate a variety of texts (written, audio, and visual)
• effectively communicate by developing/applying reading, writing, speaking, and listening skills
• develop goal setting, problem solving, decision-making, and critical thinking skills
• apply research and study skills to a variety of sources
• engage in realistic and reflective self-assessment
• develop solutions to authentic problems
• be proficient in use of technology to enhance learning, increase productivity, and promote creativity
• differentiate between theory and practice
• examine how individual ideas, belief systems, geography, technology, and economics interact
• prepare for post-secondary endeavors
• apply knowledge and learning across the curriculum and beyond the school setting
• develop techniques that demonstrate creativity, presentation, and performance