Our Community

Our Community

Our Community When a new student gets connected to Wright Academics, we take a holistic look at that student. We spend time on the phone with their parent or guardian, we review their testing, and we chat with them one-on-one. This is the same process we use when...
Switching Schools, Entrance Exams & Everything In-Between

Switching Schools, Entrance Exams & Everything In-Between

Switching Schools, Entrance Exams, & Everything In-Between A large part of my job is helping students and families figure out their next step, whether that’s which tutor is the right fit, which middle school to attend, or finding a fulfilling career path after...
Constructive Criticism

Constructive Criticism

Constructive Criticism As humans, we don’t get everything right, and we don’t always have the answers right away. At Wright Academics, we think it’s important to model these concepts for our students. What’s important isn’t necessarily the mistake, but what we do...
Young Learners

Young Learners

Young Learners Virtual learning has been hard on our youngest students. They’re in the middle of their most formative years, and many parents are worried their students will fall behind in their fundamental reading and math skills. That’s why we created our enrichment...
Meeting People Where They Are

Meeting People Where They Are

Meeting People Where They Are So far in 2020, we’ve lived through a pandemic, Baltimore County Public Schools (BCPS) ransomware attack, and an election, and we’ve seen how those events have impacted our community’s families. Last Tuesday alone, I had 5 consultation...
Working Memory

Working Memory

Working Memory Working memory is one’s ability to hold on to and work with information for a short amount of time. It is one of the executive skills. Often working memory is accompanied by ADHD or an attention disorder. Just like slow processing speed, interacting...