The goal of the Academic Support Office is to help all St. Paul's School students reach their academic potential. Services available through the Academic Support Office are meant to complement, rather than substitute for, support students are given by their individual teachers and advisers.

The office is located in the Penner Center for Innovative Teaching on the ground floor of Ohstrom Library. Students can make appointments during the day by e-mailing Mrs. Daniels or stopping by the office.

ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES

Create accommodation plans for students with identified learning issues
Coordinate educational testing
Apply for accommodations for college entrance exams (SAT, ACT)
Set personal goals and objectives
Teach self-advocacy skills
Instruct in organization, time management, study skills, test preparation, test-taking strategies, and other academic skills

SUPPORT METHODS

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  • Student support is available in a variety of ways.

  • 1. Study Hall

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  • 2. Teacher Extra Help

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  • 3. Peer Tutoring

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PROGRAM HEAD

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  • Catherine "Kate" Daniels 

    Director of Academic Support
    (603) 229-4840
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ACADEMIC ACCOMMODATIONS

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  • The Americans with Disabilities Act

    The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guarantees certain protections and rights of equal access to programs and services for students with disabilities who are otherwise qualified for admission to St. Paul’s School.
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