Every Student Has the Capacity to ExcelWe work individually with students to find their best path to success.
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Welcome to Tilden Prep!
Tilden Prep is a unique, WASC-accredited, college-preparatory school for grades 6-12 that teaches U.C.-approved courses one-to-one and in small groups. We also use mastery learning, teaching students to 80% (B) or higher level of mastery before moving forward. This allows us to individualize the pace and teaching method to address a wide range of learning needs. From highly gifted students who find a regular classroom setting too limiting to students with learning differences who need a specialized teaching approach to shine academically, we are working with students to maximize both their learning and their self-confidence.
“I love working with Tilden students because they range from A - Z in terms of types and backgrounds. They all experience success academically, and that turns them into confident and happy individuals.”Jan Russell, College Counselor
We know how to help students succeed
Our Directors each have 25 years of experience helping students reach their goals in all areas of life. In addition, we hire teachers who have a passion for the subjects they teach, are gifted in their ability to connect well with teens and who are trained to teach students with a range of learning styles and capabilities. Together, we help students build confidence in their abilities and in general about themselves. Our Directors are happy to provide a free initial consultation to help sort out the variables related to your student’s learning needs prior to starting at Tilden, and they continue to collaborate with the teachers to insure each student’s success.
Life at Tilden
“My son is thriving at Tilden Preparatory School, which should be on your short list. Some kids simply need one-on-one instruction to learn, and Tilden has the process to successfully do this. Unlike some of the ASD-specific schools, Tilden has the academic curriculum both for the students who are struggling or are looking for something far more challenging than public schools.”