Top Academic Enrichment Programs in Regina

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Published Nov 3, 2015

Does your child need a bit of extra help with their homework? Or are you looking for more of an academic challenge for them? If so, these are some great service providers that can help:

Top Academic Enrichment Programs in Regina



Royal Saskatchewan Museum

The RSM offers several educational programs from October through May, including Pre-K and kindergarten programs, First Nations Programs, Life Science and Earth Science programs, as well as gallery tours.

Even more is offered from May-June, including paleontology programs at the T. Rex Discovery Center.




RCMP Heritage Center

The RCMP Heritage Centre tells the story of the RCMP using state of the art exhibits, multimedia technologies and engaging programming and tours.

School and group tours are offered during and after hours, with may age-appropriate activities.





Saskatchewan Science Centre

The SSC offers workshops, spring and winter camps, and sleep-over programs in addition to their summer camps and regular school programming. Students will experience themed activities and experiments, science demonstrations, award-winning exhibits, an IMAX film and ample time to run around and enjoy the Science Centre experience.




Kumon

Kumon is a structured, proven self-learning program that gives your child the critical thinking skills and mindset to learn new materials independently.

Your child can progress at his or her own pace, to develop skills that will deliver results in the classroom and beyond. 





Sylvan Learning

If your child's report card needs a boost, you've come to the right place. Sylvan's dedicated teachers provide students with the individualized education they need to unlock their potential in the classroom and beyond.

There's a reason millions of families turn to Sylvan as the go-to learning resource in their communities and the key to educational well-being.




All About Learning

All About Learning assists a variety of students including those with special needs. Tutors aim to improve grades, and self-esteem in the process. They also develop the students' abilities to become independent learners, while addressing more specific and immediate academic needs.



Bloom Learning Centre

Bloom offers group tutoring sessions as well as customized one-on-one classes for students in kindergarten to grade eight. The primary focus is math and reading but they tutor other subjects as well. An important advantage of Bloom’s tutoring program is all teachers hold an education degree and are certified to teach in Saskatchewan. You will see the difference a trained professional can make!



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