For parents: Summer camps for your student

Summer sessions for families

Pirateer Staff

Keep Your Child and/or Student Engaged This Summer!


2017 Summer Camps and Tutoring
Summer is a great time to combine fun and learning! There are many camps and activities to choose from to keep your child engaged this upcoming summer. Below is a list of camps and programs from Results Learning and other organizations in the Denver Metro area. We hope you will find this information beneficial for your child and/or students you work with.
Denver Academy
Whether your student is looking to strengthen academic skills, for credit recovery or some good old-fashioned summer fun, Denver Academy’s Summer Program is the answer.
Offerings include math, reading, writing and study skills, along with rocketry, welding and quick-hitters like ceramics, photography and 3D modeling.Read More
Knippenberg, Patterson, Langley, & Associates

Knippenberg, Patterson, Langley, & Associates, CONNECT socialization groups are designed to help children and teens improve social skills in the following areas:* Getting along with others * Making friends and keeping them * Handling and expressing frustration * Improving self-esteem and self- confidence * Learning cooperation * Practicing problem solving and conflict resolution * Handling teasing Read More

Results Learning
Children who have dyslexia, ADHD and/or executive functioning deficits typically have gifts others do not possess. At Results Learning, we emphasize your child’s gifts and provide strategies tailored to the way learn best.

One-on-one Dyslexia Reading Tutoring: Through a combination of professionally trained reading tutors and proven programs to remediate dyslexia and other language-based learning differences, our students make drastic improvements. Results Learning’s tutoring and academic coaching services are specialized and convenient, offered at your home, child’s summer camp

or local library. Read More

Executive Functioning Camp and Programs:  If your child struggles with organization, planning, management or self-advocacy skills, our C.E.O. Summer Camp or C.E.O. Summer Academy will help them prepare for school by building confidence and self-esteem. If your child is unable to attend our camp or group program, a similar experience can be provided with one-on-one tutoring

this summer. Read More
What kid doesn’t look forward to summer? We believe this time of year is important for kids to refuel and enjoy activities that accompany the beautiful Colorado sunshine… but this doesn’t mean their young minds have to stop growing!

Results Learning offers summer programs and tutoring. C.E.O. Summer Camp and C.E.O. Academy teach and reinforce executive functioning skills necessary for success in school and in real life. In addition, we offer individualized reading and dyslexia tutoring.

Get started by emailing us at [email protected] or

call us at 303-771-1160

Results Learning’s Executive Functioning Parent Forums
Our Forums Are Always FREE

As a parent raising a child who struggles with an executive functioning deficit, I know it can be equally rewarding and challenging. Results Learning hosts executive functioning parent forums as a place for parents to learn new ways to support their children and to build a support network. Take a moment to view our upcoming meetings.

May Topic

Social Skills Strategies to Help Your Child at Home


Southglenn Library
Centennial/Highlands Ranch
May 3, 2017 from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m.

Sam Gary Library Stapleton 

May 17, 2017 from 6:15 to 7:45 p.m.
2961 Roslyn St, Denver, CO 80238

Upcoming Events
April 28, 20178:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
More Than a Reading Problem: Positive Outcomes for Co-Existing Oral and Written Disorder
ADDventure Conference
, CO
April 29, 20179:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

It’s a FREE, all-day conference that explores and increases the understanding of the many nuances of ADHD and LD.
Professional Development  
In today’s classroom, educators must have an understanding of the executive functioning and the ability to implement strategies to empower students. Results Learning’s executive functioning workshops provide educators with a deeper understanding of the executive function and its dysfunction. Educators gain an understanding of how executive functioning develops in the brain and which skills can be expected at what age. Educators will walk away with easy-to-use tools to implement in the classroom across the curriculum to foster executive functioning skills.
Schedule an initial Results Learning executive functioning professional development session now for the upcoming 2017-2018 school year. Call Cyle Feingold at 303-378-8811 or visit our website for more information.

For more information about our programs contact us at
303-771-1160 or email us at
[email protected]