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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The SATs are April 9 - Last Minutes Tips to Prepare

The finish line is approaching… You have worked hard to prepare for the SAT. Don't forget these important last minute details. The Night Before (Monday) a. Set out everything you need to bring to the test. These things are: 1. An acceptable photo ID (driver's license, school ID, passport) 2...
What Subjects do we TUTOR?

Rockport, ME – The Study Hall, Mid-Coast Maine's leading tutoring service, has close to a dozen qualified tutors on their staff in Rockport. All tutors have had complete background checks and hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree in the discipline in which they teach. Many are certified teachers,...
Individualized SAT at The Study Hall

It's time for students to sign up for customized exam prep for the April 9th SAT. All juniors attending public school in the state are required to take the SATs on April 9th as they embark on the college application and admission process. For many students, preparing for college entrance exams ...
Tutors Teach Too!

There are some very special adults in the world who truly love spending time with adolescents. As any parent of a teenager out there can tell you, it is not always easy to work with this age group. Adults can have trouble restraining themselves from talking down to teens and being too authoritati...
New Math, New Techniques….what’s a parent to do?

It's great to help your child with his homework, but not so great when he or she needs quick lessons in some of the topics you may never have learned in school. How do you use a hand-held graphing calculator? What was the Triangle Inequality again? What are they doing in elementary school with ...