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Group Instruction

At Pacioretty Academics, we are results-driven. We always want to make sure we are providing the highest quality service and instruction for each of our students and families. We wanted to develop a program for our students that are ready to supplement their education with high quality curriculum and instruction in a group setting. 

After years of perfecting the small group format with our Scholaris Academy students, we are ready to offer group sessions at Pacioretty Academics.

Class Format

In order to maximize student engagement for better, quicker results, our group sessions are 90-minutes in length with a minimum of 3 students and a maximum of 8 students per class. For classes larger than 5 students, a second teacher will float in and provide support as needed. The 90-minute class length is designed to build stamina and work-endurance without dropping the quality of instruction or performance.

While we are not able to provide exactly the same tailored support as our private sessions, progress monitoring is still included in group sessions along with private feedback with students on their work.


Due to our ongoing progress monitoring, students will be able to sign-up for multiple weeks of instruction over the course of the summer while continuing to grow and advance through content.


Who will benefit from group classes?

Our group classes incorporate our signature attention to detail and unique instruction practices to introduce and review content in way designed for better brain integration. As a result, we are able to work with almost all students in a group setting, including students with learning disabilities.  

If you have siblings, cousins, or friends who have not participated in private instruction with Pacioretty Academics, they are able to sign-up for group classes as long as they meet the pre-requisites listed at the bottom of each class description.

However, if your child is in need of private instruction in order to bring them up to grade level or build their confidence before going back into a classroom setting, then they might need to go through private sessions first before entering into the group class.

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