What do you do for students who are unable to participate in school because of anxiety problems? The REAL Center has a solution!

Students who refuse to attend school because of anxiety, depression, fears, social skill problems, or family related difficulties present a considerable challenge for school personnel and parents. The longer a child remains out of school and on home instruction, the more difficult it becomes for the child to return to school.

Transitions offers an intervention program for school avoiding students in middle and high school.  The program consists of academic and emotional support for students who need to return to school.  As students progress through the program, our professional staff will assist students, parents, and school district with a re-entry plan into school.

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  • "I forgot my book."
  • "I can't remember what I'm supposed to work on."
  • "I don't know how to study."

Sound Familiar?

Your child would benefit from our eight week Study Skills Program which was developed for middle and high school students who need to strengthen their organization strategies at home and school, notetaking, and test taking skills. Each student receives a FREE learning style evaluation as part of the class. Download a copy of our STUDYSMART!™ brochure here.



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The REAL Center, in partnership with two local school districts, Mount Holly and Pine Hill, has been awarded a federal grant by the New Jersey Department of Education to serve as a 21st Century Community Learning Center.

Students who attend the Folwell Elementary School and Holbein Middle School in Mount Holly, or the Albert Bean and John Glenn Elementary School are eligible to attend. Students must be in grades 4 - 8 to participate. Students attend the program in their school at the end of each day to participate in academic activities, character education activities, recreation, and fine arts activities. 

The Twilight Club is available from 3:00-6:00 pm Mondays through Fridays during the school year. Schedules may vary at each school.

The program is available to students on a sliding scale fee. To register for the program, please download the registration form.

Please contact us if you have questions!

We offer tutoring and supplemental instructionThe REAL Center offers Wilson Reading to students privately and in local school districts. If you live in any of the southern counties in New Jersey, contact us for more information about working with your child in your local school district.

The Social Skills program has been developed for teenagers with Asperger's Syndrome and other students with social skills needs. If you believe that your child would benefit from a social skills program, please contact us for further information.

The REAL Center offers tutoring and supplemental instruction for students in grades K-12. We specialize in tutoring for reading, language arts, writing, and mathematics. Session are 1 hour in length. Choose from 8, 16, 24, or 32 sessions. If your child needs extra help in school, we can help!

Call us for more information at 856-232-7325 or
email us at info@realcenters.com

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