For Students Grades 3 to 6
Students who received high level 4 on both ELA and NYS math tests, and/or who scored into the 93th
percentile on G & T test. Students who received level 3 will be required to take in house test before being accepted to the program.
The Shooting Star Program is for children who demonstrate advanced cognitive ability, and passion for learning. This rigorous academic-enrichment program will help students accelerate their studies
in depth and challenge to rapidly expand their abilities.
We aspire to reaching high standards and extensively prepare your child for the challenging world ahead. It will also be geared toward preparing for the specialized school exams. Each
year there has a high percentage of students who got accepted by highly compatible specialized school from our program.
All children are expected to be completed homework independently and finish homework within one hour so can attend the class on time.
to 5:30 Weekly Schedule
Monday - Advanced Reading Comprehension
Tuesday - Advanced Math
Wednesday - Writing (details on the writing page
Thursday - Writing (details on the writing page
Friday - Public Speaking
Schedule for April, May and June
Essay Writing personalized writing review
with detailed comments by Ms. MJ and Ms. Jinete, current public school teachers.
Twice a week, 1.5 hour per session
The writing classes will be conducted from October to March
The last week of each month, the reading and math test will be given to each student.
The Blue Ribbon Olympics is a self speed testing system and a part of the “Shooting Star” Program. Each
student will be given tests corresponding with his/her own abilities and potentials to reach higher levels. When a student gets three test scores of 96 or higher in both English and math,
he/she will advance to next level of materials. Students who reach SUMMIT level will perform up to the standards that the Hunter Entrance Exam sets.
FEES PER SEMESTER
First semester - September 9th, 2015 to January 29, 2016
Second semester - February 2nd, 2015 to June 28, 2016
Second semester payment is due before January 19, 2016
3:00PM - 5:30PM Instructed Academic Enrichment
5:30PM - 6:00PM Recreational Activities
5-DAY $2,000 +$80 (Fridays P.S. 196 students only)
10% off on the second child
Insurance fee of $50 (one time) that will be waived for the semester payment
All Friday attending students add additional fee of $80 per semester for the school early dismissal.
This is an additional fee of $250 per semester for the writing class 20 writing classes from October to December and 22 classes from February to March. Each writing piece
will be graded with comments from a writing teacher.
Fees are based on a 10-month basis for the 178 days of a normal school year. Rather than charging more for some months and less for others, it is averaged to be the same rate for all 10 months of
School half day: $15 (lunch is provided and optional) Four half day and pay advanced will be $12/day
Non Attendance School days-Please contact Ms. Jenny who is response to provide childcare service that is not part of the ALL KIDS CAN LEARN.
LATE PICK UP
$5 for the first 15 minutes after 6 PM, $1 for each minute after. Payment shall be made to the on site teacher upon pick up.
You must notify All Kids Can Learn in advance if your child is to be absent from the school and not to attend on certain days. Call Ms. Jenny at 718-268-4036.
To reduce the amount of our administrative work and keep our rates competitive, the semi-annual payment method is recommended.
For the monthly payment, one month deposit is required with the first month payment.
In the event of ANY prolonged absence from school you will still be required to meet that tuition
payment. No refund will be granted if the student leaves center on his or her own accord or is removed from center due to an inability to adjust or is unable to function adequately or to
comply with the rules and regulations of the center.
For Students From P.S. 196
Students must walk directly to the auditorium after release time. The gathering area for our program is on the right, front side of the auditorium. Our teachers will meet children in the
auditorium until everyone arrives, when they then walk them to the location of the academy.
NO TRANSPORTATION PROVIDED FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR OF 2014 TO 2015 AT THIS TIME.
It is the parent’s responsibility to inform your child’s school or teacher that “ALL KIDS CAN LEARN ACADEMY”
will pick up your child, and that the child understands the release procedure.
Here is a sample note to the school or teacher. Copy and paste it into Microsoft Word, and print it out.
I give consent for my child ____________________________________ to be picked up by
Name Last Name
The All Kids Can Learn school is located at 70-35 112th Street, Forest Hills, NY 11375.
Please contact Mrs. Wendy Zhang at 718-664-7408 if any situation occurs.
My child will be attending the program from Monday to Friday ___
My child will be attending the program Monday___ Tuesday___ Wednesday___ Thursday___ Friday___
Parent/Guardian’s Signature __________________________Date: _________
Students and parents must understand and agree that proper conduct is necessary so that all students can
achieve their goals.
To insure the quality and fairness to other children who want to benefit from the program, students who are consistently misbehaving will be asked to leave the program. If a student’s behavior is not
improved after three warnings, that student will be asked to leave permanently. We strongly believe that the education of our children is of utmost importance among many parental
responsibilities. The after school academy is a place where children can receive the attention and quality education they deserve.
In the event that emergency medical attention is necessary, the school will endeavor to contact the parents, or
if they are unavailable, their family physician. The school has the right to engage a licensed physician to render such aid, as he may deem necessary for the benefit of the child.
Bring a Snack From Home
Food allergies have been a big concern for us over the past few school semesters. As the frequency of food
allergies increase, there is a strong need to ensure no traces of students’ allergens are contained in the snacks we buy.
Unfortunately, we are not able to guarantee our snacks are free of food allergens and/or free from any cross contamination. We kindly ask parents to pack snacks from home from now on, as
snacks will no longer be provided. We apologize for the inconvenience.
The Blue Ribbon Olympics is a self speed testing system and a part of the “Shooting Star” Program. Each student will be given tests
corresponding with his/her own abilities and potentials to reach higher levels. When a student gets three test scores of 96 or higher in both English and math, he/she will advance to next level
of materials. Students who reach SUMMIT level will perform up to the standards that the Hunter Entrance Exam sets.