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Provide the academic, test-taking and life skills your students need to succeed.

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Ease Their Transition Anxieties

As students transition into new school environments with difficult coursework and higher expectations, a lack of preparation can create unnecessary anxiety, which can translate into subpar performance. The Princeton Review Early Edge and Up Next courses teach students the skills they’ll need to be successful as they advance through their educational journey.

Provide an Early Edge

Early Edge courses put a new spin on math and English Language Arts instruction that combines foundational content and critical thinking with an introduction to standardized test taking strategies. Curricula can be customized to provide remedial instruction or as a bridge to the next level of coursework.

Prepare Them for What’s Next

Up Next courses go beyond academics and provide students with critical life and social skills that will help them adapt and thrive. Designed as a preparatory course for rising ninth grade students and graduating seniors, Up Next focuses on goal setting, time management, community engagement, financial management and more.

Customize Courses & Measure Success

The curriculum, delivery method, and timing of Early Edge and Up Next courses can all be customized to best support the goals of our partnering schools and districts.. We even offer Professional Development courses to train teachers and staff on how to run the courses themselves. Also, as with all programs from The Princeton Review, administrators have full visibility of student participation and progress to proactively monitor and measure success.

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School Administrators & Faculty: Please fill out the form to receive more information about how our partnership works.

Parents & Students: Visit our main page to learn more about test prep and tutoring services for individual students from The Princeton Review.

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