We offer a single, no obligation price of $50 per hour. We also offer a punch card. You buy 7 sessions and get the 8th free.
Although each program is individual, based on the student's needs, most of our students are on an interest-free payment plan from $170 to $320 per month.
That's about half the cost of other learning centers.
After we have assessed your student, we will make our recommendation for the plan and let you know your monthly payment.
This will vary from one individual to the next, but our students usually see us 1 - 3 times per week.
We have private sessions and small group sessions. Each session is approximately one hour.
During the school year, we work with students from 3:15 - 7:15 pm weekdays. We have special appointment times from 11:30 am - 2:30 pm weekdays for home schooled and college students.
In the summer, we work with students 9:30am-6:30pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, & Thursday.
Six months to a year is a good average. The best long-term results come from consistent work over a period of time. We plan a program that is long enough that we feel confident in your long-term success.
Our youngest students start in Kindergarten. The oldest student we have worked with was 69 years old. If you are between those ages, you can come to FocalPoint.
FocalPoint has been helping kids in the Wenatchee area with a broad range of academic issues since 1999.
We have a focusing technique designed by a dyslexic. It helps many students focus and read.
We have strategies for motivation, organization, and teach the fundamentals of success.
We explain math in common sense, every day language using pictures and real world examples. Many math students come in totally confused and completely turn around their math experience through FocalPoint.
We have worked with high performing students who want to get ahead, Ausberger's, turrets, traumatic brain injury, and plenty of kids who just needed a little extra help.
Call 662-9121 to discuss your child's particular difficulties. Chances are, we can help you.
Our students are private pay. We do find that families work together, and that grandparents often help.