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LearningRx Of Reston, Vienna, VA. Earns National Customer Service Award

LearningRx Of Reston, Vienna, VA. Earns National Customer Service Award

LearningRx Reston, Va. and Vienna, Va., brain training centers were presented with a top, 2018 Customer Service Award at the company’s national convention held in Colorado Springs, Colo. for its sixth consecutive year. The award is given to centers that have shown a strong commitment to customer satisfaction. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com.

Reston, Va. and Vienna, Va. brain training centers averaged an overall score of 9.5 out of 10 for all clients that trained in the centers over the last year. To determine customer satisfaction, LearningRx uses a 10-point scale and asks clients (or their parents) the likelihood they would recommend LearningRx to a friend. The 10-point measurement of customer loyalty also works as a system to increase customer satisfaction.

BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at MATHCOUNTS State Competition for 2nd Consecutive Year

BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at MATHCOUNTS State Competition for 2nd Consecutive Year

The BASIS Independent McLean (BIM) MATHCOUNTS team placed first in the MATHCOUNTS state championships in Richmond, Va. this past weekend; this is BIM’s second time participating and winning in the annual statewide MATHCOUNTS competition. BASIS Independent McLean MATHCOUNTS members, called Team SWEEP to represent a combination of their initials, include: Sam Wang (grade 7), Eleanor Kim (grade 8), Ethan Zhou (grade 7), and Pravalika Putalapattu (grade 8). Team SWEEP is led by Coaches Tyler Sullivan and Dr. Ryan Grove, a BIM math and science teacher. MATHCOUNTS state champions head to the 2018 MATHCOUNTS National Competition in Washington, D.C., May 12 to 15. For more information on BASIS Independent McLean, go to http://mclean.basisindependent.com.

BASIS Independent McLean Announces New National Honor and Junior Honor Societies

BASIS Independent McLean Announces New National Honor and Junior Honor Societies

BASIS Independent McLean (BIM) of McLean, Va. inducted 37 students into its newly minted chapters of the National Honor Society (NHS) and National Junior Honor Society (NJHS), with 10 NHS 10th and 11th grade members and 27 NJHS 6th grade to 9th grade members. Students must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average or a 90 percent cumulative average to be accepted into the NHS or NJHS societies. The NHS and NJHS chapter is led by BIM science teacher Ashley Bulldis. For more information on BASIS Independent McLean, go to http://mclean.basisindependent.com.

LearningRx of Reston, Va., and Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. Announce Winners of President’s Day Contest

LearningRx of Reston, Va., and Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. Announce Winners of President’s Day Contest

Two local students, Toni Birnett , 16, of Arlington, Va., and John Blysak, 13 of Herndon, Va., earned first place for reciting the 45 U.S. Presidents sequentially in less than a minute at their local LearningRx brain training centers in Vienna/Tysons Corner, Va. and Reston, Va., respectively, as part of LearningRx’s annual Presidents Day contest.  Birnett was able to recite the U.S. Presidents within a minute while jumping rope, while Blysak did it while balancing on a board and juggling. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com

The contest is designed to encourage kids across the country to create videos that demonstrate the memory and focus skills they improved with LearningRx brain training.

BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Team

BASIS Independent McLean Earns First Place at 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Team

The BASIS Independent McLean (BIM) middle school math team of McLean, Va. earned first place in the 35th Annual Northern Virginia Regional MATHCOUNTS Competition for the team category, led by BIM MATHCOUNTS coach, Tyler Sullivan. BIM students, Eleanor Kim, Pravalika Putalapattu, Sam Wang and Ethan Zhou, refer to their four-person math team as Team SWEEP, a name created by the students’ initials.  Fifteen schools competed in The Northern Virginia Chapter 2018 MATHCOUNTS Competition.  For more information on BASIS Independent McLean, go to http://mclean.basisindependent.com.

“We’re very excited to have our students win the MATHCOUNTS chapter championships for the second consecutive year,” said Ron Kim, head of school of BASIS Independent McLean of McLean, Va. “Their preparation and hard work have paid off and will help prepare them for the state contest in March,” said Kim.

BASIS Independent McLean to Host Spring Open House, Mar. 3

BASIS Independent McLean to Host Spring Open House, Mar. 3

A great teacher ignites a lifetime of opportunity. On Sat.,, Mar. 3, BASIS Independent McLean, a preschool – grade 12 private school, is hosting its final Open House of the school year! This is an exciting opportunity for families to meet their subject expert teachers and school leadership to learn more about their acclaimed liberal arts and sciences program. This event features an information presentation, and a question and answer period.

BASIS Curriculum Schools are top in the nation. BASIS Scottsdale, is the #1 ranked high school in America according to U.S. News & World Report.

Open House
BASIS Independent McLean (Preschool – Grade 12)
Sat., Mar. 3 at 10 AM
Doors open at 9:30 AM

For more info and to register: http://info.basisindependent.com/march-open-house

LearningRx Of Vienna/Reston, VA. Leads 6th Annual, Award-Winning Job Shadow Program

LearningRx Of Vienna/Reston, VA. Leads  6th Annual, Award-Winning Job Shadow Program

Maureen Loftus, executive director of LearningRx of Vienna, Va., and Reston, Va. is leading the sixth annual Tysons Regional Chamber of Commerce (TRCC) job shadow program, in partnership with Fairfax County Public Schools, for almost 90 11th and 12th grade Fairfax County students, which is a 50 percent increase in student participation from last year. Students applied from James Madison High School, George C. Marshall High School, Marshall Academy, Oakton High School and Mountain View High School in Fairfax County, Va. Students can shadow professionals in more than 30 industries for one day from January through March 2018. In 2014, the TRCC job shadow program earned the Workforce Development award from Fairfax County and FCPS.  Loftus is heading up the program as she is the chair of the TRCC’s Youth and Education Committee. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com