Study Skills+: A Co-ed Course
Study Skills+ is taught by Haverford School faculty members and is open to rising eighth and ninth grade boys and girls.
This course is designed to give students the space to practice essential organizational and academic skills in preparation for the transition from middle school to high school.
Through a series of focused exercises on organization, note-taking, studying, and academic writing, this course helps students hone both their skills and mindsets.
This course fills quickly; early registration advised.
These three educators share 35 years of experience teaching in independent middle and high schools. As classroom teachers and coaches, they prioritize a relational approach to holistic education.
Brian completed his undergraduate degree at Villanova University and is nearing completion of a master’s of Liberal Arts in History at the University of Pennsylvania. At The Haverford School, Brian teaches ninth grade history and 12th grade finance. He also coaches the distance running program, having run on the Villanova track and cross-country teams.
Luqman received his undergraduate degree from the University of Pennsylvania and a master’s in Writing from St. Joseph’s University. Over the course of Luqman’s 15-year career, he has taught English at almost every level between the middle and high schools. Currently, at Haverford, he teaches ninth, 11th, and 12th grades, while also head coaching both the winter and spring track teams.
Timothy Lengel '07
Timothy received his undergraduate degree from Williams College, where he majored in history. He is nearing completion of a master’s in Liberal Arts in History from the University of Pennsylvania. Timothy has taught for almost a decade; at Haverford, he teaches junior- and senior-level history courses. In addition to teaching, Timothy is the head cross-country coach.
$375 per week
Students can attend one week or both weeks.
Does my child have to attend The Haverford School to enroll in Study Skills+?
No, we welcome all students.
Is StudySkills+ open to boys and girls?
Yes, this is a co-educational course.
What grade-level students can enroll?
StudySkills+ is open to rising eighth and ninth graders.