Bright Kids NYC Is Expanding Its Tutoring and Test Prep Centers

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After three years at its 225 Broadway space, Bright Kids NYC is excited to be tripling in size as it expands to a larger space on the 15th floor of the building, with its sights also set on a second permanent office space around Columbus Circle. With this expansion Bright Kids will now be able to serve more students. With about 40,000 students set to take the OLSAT for admissions into NYC’s Gifted and Talented programs in the upcoming year, Bright Kids wants to ensure there is space to accommodate all families looking to prepare for next year’s exams.

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Bright Kids NYC is tripling in size this year

Bright Kids’ new spaces will also contain larger classroom space to allow for small group tutoring, as well as NY State ELA and Math, Regents, or CTP4 test preparation classes.

After three years at its 225 Broadway space, Bright Kids NYC is excited to be tripling in size as it expands to a larger space on the 15th floor of the building, with its sights also set on a second permanent office space around Columbus Circle. With this expansion Bright Kids will now be able to serve more students. With about 40,000 students set to take the OLSAT for admissions into NYC’s Gifted and Talented programs in the upcoming year, Bright Kids wants to ensure there is space to accommodate all families looking to prepare for next year’s exams. Additionally, larger classrooms are being built into these spaces to allow for small group tutoring and classroom instruction.

The downtown location at 225 Broadway is a convenient location for families coming from lower and mid-Manhattan, as well as from Brooklyn and Queens. It is easily accessible and blocks from the following subway lines: 1/2/3/4/5/6/R/A/C/E/N/R/J/Z. Additionally, families from New Jersey or Staten Island can easily reach this location through the Staten Island Ferry or Path trains. Those coming from Upper Manhattan, the Bronx, or West Chester should soon have easier travels as well as Bright Kids looks to open a center a block off of Columbus Circle. Families can reach this location from the 1, N, Q, or R subway lines, as well as through a number of bus lines.

Bright Kids offers a number of services within its offices, with its most popular in-office service being its OLSAT Bootcamp. The OLSAT Bootcamp runs from September through January, Monday through Sunday between the hours of 8a-7p. Weekend timeslots often fill quickly, so parents interested in this class time should call in to the office to be added to a waitlist to receive priority registration, or fill out the waitlist form on our website.

In addition to the opening of more small classrooms to accommodate a larger number of 1:1 tutoring sessions, Bright Kids’ new spaces will also contain larger classroom space to allow for small group tutoring, as well as NY State ELA and Math, Regents, or CTP4 test preparation classes. Small group tutoring can provide students homework help or academic enrichment should schools or families like to make this arrangement. Additionally, small group tutoring is available for preparation for NYC’s specialized middle or high school exams, such as the SHSAT, NEST+m, Mark Twain, Upper Lab, or Anderson Middle tests.

Bright Kids prides itself on delivering quality tutoring services and has a proven track record in which 85% of its students score at the 90th percentile or higher upon completion of their tutoring program. This expansion plan is a testament to the relationship that the company has built with the families who work with them. To learn more about Bright Kids or its services, you can reach a representative at 917-539-4575 or visit http://www.brightkidsnyc.com

About Bright Kids NYC: Bright Kids NYC Inc. was founded in New York City to educate parents about standardized tests through workshops and consultations and to prepare young children for such tests through assessments, tutoring, and publications. Our philosophy is that regardless of age, test taking is a skill that can be acquired and mastered through practice.

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