The Study Hall
341 West Street
Rockport, ME 04856
Phone: (207) 236-3949
Email: rockport@thestudyhall.com

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 5,000 students.


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How Are You Doing (in the First Semester?)

Are you off to a good start in the new school year? As you get into your later years in high school, your grades matter. If you are interested in applying to colleges, or getting a place in a training program, or if you want to be considered a good candidate for a job right out of school, you ...
What Can a Tutor Do For My Child?

You may not have considered what a tutor could do for you and for your child. Is your child having trouble with organization? Where does a student learn how to take notes, keep vocabulary lists, make flashcards, practice pronunciation of a foreign language or memorize key math formulas? ...
Neil Payson Joins the Tutoring Staff at The Study Hall

The Study Hall is pleased to announce the addition of Neil Payson to its tutoring staff. Neil recently retired from teaching in the public school and local college systems. He has taught all levels of high school math including AP Calculus and a Dual Enrollment College Calculus class. His ...
First Quarter Nearing the End - Time to Think Ahead

Now that first quarter is nearing the end for middle and high school students, it is time for parents and students to sit down and have “the talk” about how school is going so far. Together, they can discover what is going well for the student, as well as what could be improved. Besides ...
The Four Year Plan for College Admittance Success

FRESHMAN YEAR Senior year may seem far away. But, remember: Colleges look at your grades from all four years of high school. It's good to take several higher-difficulty classes (i.e. Honors, Pre-AP). The ultimate goal, however, is to maintain consistency in your grades, keeping them in the A-B ...

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