PACE is committed to education and inspiring students to learn.
Our experience in the educational sector and direct interaction with families has led PACE to be the educational solution for many school's academic and enrichment needs.
Let our commitment drive us to design the perfect educational solution for your school.
Mandarin Afterschool @ Tobias Elementary School
PACE Learning Center is excited to offer the families of Tobias Elementary School, an after school program that includes a Mandarin program, homework help from trained PACE tutors and an academic enrichment that challenges students to practice and learn new concepts. Enrollment in Tobias Chinese School is open year round and we warmly welcome students of all grades and ethnicity, and students with Mandarin language levels.
Study Hall @ Westmoor High School
High School Study Hall is a program where students of all levels can seek expert instruction and explanation on concepts they don't understand at school without the distractions and scrutiny of their peers. Students will learn in a quiet, professional environment with other like-minded peers focused on higher levels of learning.
i❤Math Class @ Edison Elementary School
Youth Society for Education has partnered with PACE to provide a Singapore Math Afterschool Program aiming to help students become more confident in math by teaching real-world math using hands-on examples and games.
App Club @ Roosevelt Middle School
Students design web sites, web apps or mobile apps as solutions to social challenges, needs of an O2B partner, and to explore future career paths.
Projects are identified and teams of students are given specific tasks needed to complete the project. Each team of students follows learning modules written to teach students the needed skills to understand and complete their specific task.
Mobile Media Club @ TRP Middle School
The Digital Media Club is the school's newspaper club of today. Students use social media channels to connect parents, staff, and students with news and events at school. Students develop and create content to keep parents up to date with developments, share opinions from the perspective of a teenager, bring awareness to social issues, rally support and more.
Digital Journalism Class @ TRP Middle School
This class curriculum is designed as a school elective that meets daily for 50 minutes for one semester. The class reinforces academic standards for reading comprehension and analysis, and writing. Students learn development of technology and design concepts like editing videos, telling a story using photos, and tools needed to be a citizen reporter. Common Core Standards such as collaborative discussions, demonstrations and presentations, and the brainstorming and development of ideas are encouraged in class activities.