Why All Baton Rouge Parents Should Know About Studyville

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COVID 19 upended the world as we know it for all of us, especially for teens. Students suddenly found themselves isolated from their peers. Classrooms in the very best of situations were reduced to online programming, and parents were at a loss as to how to help their students with advanced math classes in the absence of an in-person teacher.

Months of learning were lost. Now as we bravely send our students back to school, students will need academic support more than ever.

Enter Studyville. A revolutionary teen work space, Studyville will be located in Perkins Rowe to help guide Baton Rouge students through the fluidity and uncertainty of the coming school year. Studyville members will have access to experts any time during operating hours for homework support. If your teen gets quarantined because the student next to him catches the virus, Studyville will be available to help coach the student through the distance learning via virtual tutoring and a homework hotline. Schools all online? Studyville will be open during school hours to guide students through their studies. Their space is perfect for social distancing, large and teen-friendly with coffee bar, private study rooms, and large common space areas.

Studyville is following local, state and CDC guildelines for social distancing. In a COVID-free world, the space is ideal for teens who want to study with friends, take an ACT® or SAT® prep class, get extra help with science, meet with a college counselor, or simply have a cool place to study that always has access to expert tutors. In the midst of this global pandemic, Studyville is essential to help guide students and families through the ever changing education models and criteria. If you have a junior or senior in high school and are wondering what college will look like, you are not alone. Studyville has a college counseling program and is on top of all the latest challenges and opportunities for college-bound students.

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High school and middle school are stressful enough. Add COVID on top of that, and well, let’s just say the local wine stores should be just fine as we will all keep them busy. Let Studyville help you take the homework fight out of the home and guide your student through this challenging new school year.

I’m breathing a sigh of relief already.

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Where :: Studyville is located at 10156 Perkins Rowe, Suite 170 in Baton Rouge {behind Fresh Market}

Learn more :: Their website is studyville.com, and they also have a Studyville Facebook page. You are also welcome to call (225) 306-1007.

Studyville is the perfect resource for your teen and for parents as we navigate classes on-line and in person this school year. They are focused on helping teens comprehend their subject materials to feel successful and confident throughout the school year.

Programming offered ::

  • Tutoring in all middle and high school subjects, including AP and IB
  • ACT® prep
  • SAT® prep
  • College Admissions Counseling
  • College Application Help
  • Essay Portals
  • Writing Workshops
  • Online tutoring
  • Virtual Homework Support
  • Drop-in homework Support
  • Homeschool Groups

Schedule (adjusted for COVID) :: 

  • Phase 1 :: 8:00am – 5:00pm {Monday through Friday}
  • Phase 2 :: 12:00pm – 8:00pm {Monday through Thursday}; 12:00pm – 5:00pm {Sunday}
  • Phase 3 :: 12:00pm – 8:00pm {Monday through Thursday}; 12:00pm – 5:00pm {Saturday and Sunday}
  • Phase 4 :: 3:00pm – 8:00pm {Monday through Friday}; 10:00am – 5:00pm {Saturday}; 12:00pm – 5:00pm {Sunday}

Learn more about Studyville and see if it is a fit for your Baton Rouge family!

Stephanie grew up with her family in Kirkwood, Missouri. She earned a degree in Elementary and Early Childhood Education from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, and then a Montessori degree in Atlanta, Georgia.  She also lived in Oklahoma for several years, and now calls Baton Rouge home. She taught PreK and Elementary school part time, full time, and had some stay-at home mom time when her babies were little. She teaches PreK four at Episcopal School of Baton Rouge, and she loves being a teacher mom. In her free time, she enjoys going to Barre class, cooking, traveling, singing, girls' nights, trips to the beach, and spending time with friends and family. She and her husband have two adventurous, adorable boys, ages seven and thirteen, who keep life exciting and hilarious. 

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