MAKE LEARNING YOUR
CHILD’S FAVORITE SUPERPOWER
MAKE LEARNING YOUR CHILD’S FAVORITE SUPERPOWER
Savvy Learning offers online live classes to help children with their reading or math skills.
The Savvy Difference.
Your learner deserves the best
See why 98% of customers report high satisfaction with Savvy Learning. Our live coaching sessions include phenomenal educators who create engaging experiences specific to every student’s level and learning style. Consistent, long-term practice makes learning a breeze.
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“We couldn’t be happier”
“Making a huge difference”
Reading is a superpower that unlocks incredible learning potential. Our curriculum and each of our lessons are designed by well qualified, experienced teachers to align with Common Core State Standards. Let us help your Pre-K – 6th grade learner make reading their superpower!
There’s a better way to learn math! That’s why at Savvy, we’ve gone for an engagement-first model. We design our classes around scientifically proven methods that set your child up for long-term success. Now enrolling for the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade levels.
Why Customers Stick with Savvy
Compared to other supplemental education programs, Savvy Learning is a step above the rest with economical pricing and various payment plan options.
Coaches who Care
While AI-learning softwares are convenient, they don’t provide results like experienced educators can. Our coaches delightfully engage with your child at their level and propel them forward with a newly established confidence.
Savvy provides your child with more minutes of delightful instruction and practice per week than any comparable program we know of. Consistent, 25-minute sessions, 4 days per week, enable real progress and life-changing confidence.
The Savvy Difference
Go from struggling to conquering in as little as 1 week!
Savvy Learning May Be Right for You if Your Child is:
- Needing help getting up to grade level or could use some extra reading or math support.
- Ready to start learning to read but you are unable to teach them yourself.
- Not making consistent progress in reading or math or constantly feeling frustrated.
- More responsive to other adults or needs more one-on-one, dedicated coaching.