Summer Programs

🎈🎈🎈Click the Link: Congratulations

3/25/2018: Congratulations to our students who received high scores of March test, including top scores of 1520 – 1570. Click the Link: Congratulations!

3/29/2018: Congratulations to our students who have been admitted to the following schools as of 3/30/2018, including early admission and regular admission: Yale, UPenn, MIT, Duke, NYU, Cornell, UVA, U of Illinois, Notre Dame, Brown University, VT, CalTech, U of Chicago, W&M, Johns Hopkins and other schools in the year of 2017-2018 college admission. Congratulations to the students and their families!  Please see more information on: 

A group of 8th graders who took our fall and summer PSAT, TJ, AOS, SSAT review classes, got admitted to AOS, TJ, and private schools, including Madeira, St. Jones, National Cathedral School, and other top national private schools. Congratulations to them and we wish them great success in High School.

The impressive list of highly selective and widely respected colleges and universities to which our Oakton Academy students have been accepted this year is a result of their hard work and strong goals. We are always impressed by our students’ work in 9th graders’ Critical Reading and Writing, 10th and 11th graders’ PSAT and SAT Prep, 11th and 12th graders’ AP Calculus, and AP Physics, as well as 11th to 12th graders’ College Application Workshop.   Link the link: Congratulations

Congratulations’ Link
9/10/11th Grade PSAT/SAT English/Math
  • Highly qualified SAT instructors
  • Small Class Size
  • Individual attention
  • 1:1 essay writing coaching, and student/teacher’s conference
  • Excellent SAT Test Report from former students, click the link: SAT Reports
  • Average 50-120 points increase
7/8th Grade Advanced Reading/Writing/Math/Science
  • TJ, AOS, Private School Admission Test Prep
  • Science/Math/English
  • SIS: student information sheets & essay writing practice
  • Materials focusing on the latest ACT (high school) critical reading and science, Quant Q materials on Math problem solving skills
  • We are proud of the 8th graders who got admitted to top private schools of Madeira, St. Jones, National Cathedral School, and public schools of AOS, TJ, and other HS. Congratulations!
5-6-7th Grade Science/Reading/Writing and Public Speaking
  • Daily Science Experiment
  • Reading, vocabulary, writing (including magazine and newspaper reading)
  • Public speaking, Debate
  • Science Olympiad Subjects Review 
  • This is a four-week long program focusing on Science, Reading, Writing, Public Speaking and much more
  • All of which are key components (especially SCIENCE) in the students learning journey, as well as in their middle and high school standard tests (SOL, AOS, TJ, PSAT, etc)
 9-12th Grade, Saturdays, June 16-August 4
  • AP Physics & Honors Physics (12 sessions)
  • AP Calculus AB/BC, 12 – 2 pm (8 sessions)
  • Intro to Pre-Calculus, 2-4 pm (8 sessions)
  • Intro to Geometry, 10 – 12 noon (8 sessions)
  • Public Speaking/Debate Class
  • August Intensive SAT Session (8/20-8/25), 9 am – 12 noon
College Application Events (7/7 – 8/4), Saturdays
  • College Application and Essay Workshop
  • College Admission Interview
  • College Application Form and Completion
  • Click the Link: College Application
  • 5 weekend’s Intensive College Essay Workshop:
    • Complete College Application Forms
    • Complete Common App Essays
    • Complete Mock Interview
    • Complete some of the supplemental essays
    • Complete the list of application schools 
    • One to one counseling is included 
    • Small Group, Individual Advice and Conference
    • Successful cases include VT, UVA, Cornell, Duke, U.Chicago, CalTech, and many other top schools
    • A Must Have College Application Workshop (seats are limited, first come, first served)

Highly Qualified Teachers

  • Dedicated, disciplined, and determined teachers
  • 1:1 individual counseling, coaching, and advice on Essay Writings
  • Positive, proactive, and persistent teaching philosophy
  • Enthusiastic, engaged, energetic
  • Training students to be compassionate, to be good citizens, to have the qualities of critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and connecting the dots
  • small class size, individual attention, one to one conference
Course Information and Teachers’ Bios, click the links below: