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Our History

The Rutledge Learning Academy was founded in 2000 to provide summer mathematics enrichment to the students of Bucks County. The students who were calling for private tutoring were asking for more hours than could be provided in a one-on-one setting. It was after the summer of 1999 that I, Brian Rutledge, decided to offer mathematics enrichment courses in pre-algebra, algebra one, and algebra two. It has long been my belief that while algebra one is not the most difficult of the math courses, it is by far the most important foundational piece to develop in order to promote long-term success in mathematics.

In 2002, a geometry course was added for the first time. This course has been especially popular, largely for two reasons. First, geometry is a subject that accounts for approximately thirty percent of the prompts on the old SAT, and current ACT. I tell my students that while geometry might not be especially interesting to them, or their potential future career choice, it is a money class, as their success in that class will contribute directly to their success on the ACT. The other reason this class has been especially popular is due to the different nature of this particular study of mathematics. Several students who are otherwise good math students have struggled over the years. Parents who knew of this tendency have registered their children for the Rutledge Learning Academy geometry course to provide an early advantage in their child’s studies. The pre-calculus class, initially taught by Laurie Quattrone, was added in the summer of 2005.

The other courses to be added were the test preparation courses – for the SAT and the SSAT. Since my start in the classroom in 1995, students and parents were frequently making requests for test preparation tutoring. The families that I have worked with in this regard have been very pleased with the results that my techniques have provided for their students. The greatest compliment that I have received due to my work with standardized test preparation has been continued referrals to other students. In order to best meet the needs of as many students as possible, I began to offer the test preparation courses through the Rutledge Learning Academy.

In 2010, Brian was awarded his National board Teaching Certificate. This exclusive designation is only currently held by four mathematics teachers in Bucks County, and only 78 mathematics teachers in Pennsylvania as of January 2012

Later, the courses were not only available not only during the summer offerings, but the SAT/ACT course had also been offered directly at Archbishop Ryan High School as well as at the Solebury School. The SSAT course has been offered previously through the summer program, but has also been offered to groups of students each fall from the Buckingham Friends School.

Starting in 2016, the RLA began delivering their courses and tutoring options by making use of real-time cyber classrooms. Students have been able to partake in the RLA course options from wherever they are, and can do so without the need to commute to the school facility!

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Returned Check Fee

In the event that a check is returned, a processing fee of $35 will have to be assessed.

Class Cancellations

In the event that a class needs to be cancelled, notice will be left on the RLA Facebook Page, the RLA Voicemail, and an attempt will be made to e-mail class participants. Classes that are cancelled will be made up at the earliest opportunity.

As always, if there are any questions that I can answer for you, please let me know, and I will return your message personally.

Sincerely,

Brian Rutledge

Brian Rutledge / Mathematics

Brian has been employed by the New Hope-Solebury School District since 1995. In that time, he has worked as a mathematics teacher in both the Middle School and the High School and has taught both honors and academic level classes nearly every year. These classes have included every level of mathematics from pre-algebra through pre-calculus and statistics.

Brian has taught the Rutledge Learning Academy 's summer math enrichment courses for Algebra One, Geometry, and Algebra Two every summer, and has followed up his years of privately preparing students for the SAT and SSAT examinations by also teaching the Rutledge Learning Academy SAT and SSAT courses.

Brian obtained both his Bachelor's as well as his Master's degrees from Temple University. He continued his post-graduate studies through St. Joseph's University. Brian holds a Level II teaching certificate in Secondary Mathematics, as well as his National Board Teaching Certificate in Mathematics.

It is anticipated that Brian will complete his dissertation, thereby completing his doctorate!

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Bruce DuBoff Verbal SAT

Bruce has been employed by the Pennsauken Public School District since 1993. He has taught Journalism as well as 10th, 11th, and 12th grade English at the Honors, College Preparatory, and Foundations levels. Bruce is currently a Library Media Specialist at Howard M. Phifer Middle School and Pennsauken Intermediate School; he writes a book review monthly column for Bookmark, the newsletter of the New Jersey Association of School Librarians.

In 1996, he successfully developed and piloted a verbal SAT Preparation Course that is still taught as a one-semester course at Pennsauken High School. Bruce has taught the Reading and Writing components of the Rutledge Learning Academy 's summer SAT Preparation course in New Hope and during the school year at Archbishop Ryan High School since 2003. Additionally, he began teaching SAT Prep at The Solebury School for the Rutledge Learning Academy in the 2007-2008 school year.

Bruce obtained his B.A. in English from Pennsylvania State University and his M.A. in School and Public Librarianship from Rowan University. He holds the following teaching and/or professional certifications: English K-12, Educational Media Specialist, and Professional Librarian.

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Laurie Quattrone Verbal SAT

Laurie has been employed by the Pennsauken School District since 1992. During this time, she has taught academic, gifted and talented and honors level classes. These classes have included each course from Algebra I through Pre-Calculus. In addition, Laurie has been trained to teach the Interactive Mathematics Program (IMP) and has taught several courses using that model.

Laurie has designed and taught the Rutledge Learning Academy's summer math enrichment course for Pre-Calculus. She has also worked as a private tutor since 1990 in a variety of mathematics courses, up to and including calculus. Laurie also works as an adjunct professor at DeVry University in Fort Washington. At DeVry, she has taught both college algebra and statistics.

Laurie obtained her Bachelor's degree from Temple University and her Master's degree from Gwynedd-Mercy College. She continued her post-graduate studies at Converse College. Laurie holds an Instructional I teaching certificate in Mathematics in both PA and NJ and has also earned the status of Highly Qualified in the state of New Jersey.

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Jennifer Rutledge English - Verbal SSAT/SAT

Jennifer was an employee of the Pennsbury High School at the time she left the classroom to raise her children. Prior to then, Jennifer had worked as an English teacher at both the middle and high school levels, as well as elementary school teacher for one year. Jennifer had accumulated a total of eight years of classroom teaching experience prior to her childrearing leave.

Jennifer has taught the Rutledge Learning Academy’s verbal portion of the SSAT program, and has followed up her years of teaching the writing process by privately preparing students for the SAT and SSAT examinations and continuing to tutor students privately in secondary English courses.

Jennifer obtained her Bachelor's degree through the College of New Jersey, and her Master's degree from Holy Family University. She continued her post-graduated studies through St. Joseph's University. Jennifer holds a Level I teaching certificate in Secondary English, as well as in Elementary Education.

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Melissa Pettigrew Foreign Language - Spanish

Melissa was employed by the New Hope-Solebury School District from 1996-2001. During that time, she taught Spanish in both the Middle School and the High School, where she taught various courses for students in grades five through twelve. Since she resigned from New Hope-Solebury to spend time raising her children, Melissa has continued to privately tutor students in Spanish of all ages and levels throughout the school year as well during the summer.

Melissa obtained a Bachelor's in Foreign Languages from the University of Delaware and a Masters in Spanish Education from New York University. She has continued post-graduated studies through Temple University towards her doctorate degree in Educational Psychology. Melissa holds a Level II teaching certificate in Spanish K-12. She has also recently obtained her Pennsylvania Program Specialist Certification in ESL (English as a Second Language).

Melissa is an excellent resource for families looking for support in Spanish instruction. She has frequently been referred by the Rutledge Learning Academy for families looking for support in Spanish, and has been very well received on those occasions.

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Mark Hillman Physics/Mathematics

Mark has worked in the Pennsylvania State public teaching system for 34 years, in two school districts. Mark spent the first eleven years of his career teaching in Wyalusing and then went one to teach in the New Hope-Solebury High School for 23 years.

Mark is a Dual Certified Teacher currently holding a Pennsylvania Level II teaching certificate in Secondary Physics and Mathematics. He has taught all level of Physics (AP, Honors, and Conceptual) as well as Mathematics (Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calulus). Mark is currently teaching at Bucks County Community College in their Enhance Program. His Bachelor’s degree is from Mansfield State College in Physics Education with a minor in Mathematics. His Master’s degree is from Scranton University in General Science. Mark continued his post-graduated studies through St. Joseph's University.

Mark is an excellent resource for families looking for support in either Physics, or mathematics instruction. He has frequently been referred by the Rutledge Learning Academy for families looking for support in both physics and math, and has been very helpful to those students in need.

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SAT/ACT Preparation for the NEW SAT

Instructors:
Mr. Brian Rutledge, National Board Certified Mathematics Teacher - Mathematics

and

Mr. Bruce DuBoff - Verbal

Cost for the comprehensive program (mathematics AND verbal, 14 sessions): $799


Cost for a partial program (mathematics OR verbal, 7 sessions): $499


To accommodate the busy schedules of students, the RLA will again offer our test preparation courses online in real time with course instructors delivering live cyber lessons, so kids can login from any location! Course details include:
  • We will prepare kids for BOTH the SAT and ACT. There is no need to take two separate prep classes, when there is so much overlap in the skills and strategies of the two tests. Teachers do highlight when there are lessons that are unique to one test or the other.
  • Teachers offer a blend of both skills AND strategy to help kids prepare for the tests. We do not believe that just one method – skills OR strategy – can effectively prepare kids for their testing needs. Generally, we tell people that the course is about 2/3 strategy and 1/3 skills
  • A total of 14 class meetings are scheduled that include 7 sessions for mathematics and 7 sessions for verbal.
  • Class meetings are two-hours long. Classes will be long enough for productive meeting time, but will not dominate students’ busy schedules.
  • Content that is delivered online using Zoom so that kids can login from anywhere to meet with the teachers in a virtual classroom with video, audio, and text capabilities. Teachers have a virtual whiteboard to share, and can also share documents in real time, and the math teacher can share the graphing calculator app.
  • There are two excellent teachers who are masters in their own discipline who delivers their half of the program. I truly do not believe that there is one person who can effectively deliver both sides while being able to meet the needs and answer the questions of all students on both sides (verbal and math) of the tests.

SAT vs. ACT & The Test Preparation Calendar:

As a parent of a student entering their standardized testing years, I wanted to share with you several pieces of information about the details of standardized testing. Even if you do not use my tutoring or test preparation services, I encourage you to read this page and save it for future reference. Please also feel free to forward this to others with kids in 9th – 10th grades for their upcoming needs.

In general, I will suggest that most students consider taking BOTH the SAT as well as the ACT. HOWEVER – there are cases where one test might be more beneficial to the needs/strengths of a given student. There are many urban legends floating around right now about which is the “good test” and which is the “bad test”. Truth is, which is which is dependent on the individual student. Here are some things to consider:

  • The BIGGEST FACTOR to determine which test a child is ready for, and is ready to be SUCCESSFUL for is when did they take Geometry, and how well did they do in that course? The ACT math section contains 20 geometry items on a 60 question test. Yep, one-third! The SAT math section contains LESS than 6 of 58 questions from geometry. That’s less than 10%! Simply put there is much more of a weight on geometry on the ACT than the SAT, and conversely there is more emphasis on the algebras on the SAT than the ACT. That’s a fact – NOT an urban legend from the rumor mill! The content breakdowns for the two tests can be found at the following pages.
  • Another important note is that the SAT offers a formula sheet, but the ACT does not. Kids who have relied on a formula sheet need to be aware of that heading into the ACT, especially since the ACT uses MORE formulas than the SAT does.
  • The ACT has a science section that is ¼ of the overall score, while the SAT has no dedicated science section. There are, however, questions based on graphs, charts, and data embedded into the new SAT.
  • While the scoring of the tests has become more similar with the SAT’s removal of guessing penalty, there are differences in the test format in that the ACT still has 5 answer options, while the SAT dropped to 4. Also, there are “grid-in” questions (without multiple choice answers) on the SAT, but the ACT is multiple choice in full.
I am a BIG BELIEVER that kids are much better off testing in the FALL/WINTER than in waiting until the spring months. If you speak to any of the private college counselors in the area, you will hear this message repeated early and often. Some thoughts about the testing calendar:
  • Assuming a child has completed BOTH geometry and algebra two by the end of 10th grade, I suggest that kids take the ACT in September, the SAT and PSAT in October, and then the ACT and SAT in December.
  • Testing in January can be ugly for some kids as many schools have midterms the same week as the SAT test date.
  • Consider reserving the May SAT date to allow kids to take the SAT II Subject test in any subjects where they are also taking an AP test! Some school require 2-3 SAT II tests, others accept them if they enhance an application.
  • Be careful of, and try to avoid, the March-May-June testing months. There are many reasons to avoid those months. Trust me (or call me to chat!)
  • Of course, if a child is taking algebra two or geometry in 11th grade, this changes the ideal calendar completely. One option is to push the whole calendar back one year. There are pros and cons to that plan. Ultimately, it will come down to what class was taken at which time, and from there, what test will the child be ready for. If I can help sort this out, please let me know.
  • The links for the testing dates for both tests follow here:

PLEASE be fully aware of SAT/ACT Score Choice!! I really hate when I hear someone say that they “are just going to take the test one time to see how they do”. AAARGH! That can be a KILLER to the SAT/ACT score report. I cannot tell you how many times I have had that conversation, only to then ask if the person knew if the “practice” score could hurt the child. Nearly every time – that answer has been NO! PLEASE do not have your child take the test in a live situation for a baseline. If you are looking for a baseline, go to Amazon, buy the best test practice book out there for the SAT/ACT (call me, I’ll guide you) and let your child spend 3-5 quality, quiet hours in the dining room taking a practice test. The details for score choice and super scoring for the two tests follow here:

As you may know, I have offered test preparation programs through the Rutledge Learning Academy since 2000. I am a National Board Certified Math Teacher, and am also in the last stages of completing my doctorate. I bring many years of experience, expertise, and dedication to my craft to the table in every class that I teach. I am very proud of the program that we have created and refined over the years, and I am excited to be delivering the program online in a real-time cyber format to make the offering as convenient as possible for most kids.

If you would like more information about the details of the upcoming classes, please reach out to me by e-mail at info@rutledgelearningacademy.com (please know that if you do not hear back from me in 48-72 hours, it is almost certain that I did not get your message) or call me at 215-343-9642.

I look forward to the chance to help your child succeed!

If you know of others who would benefit from this information, please consider forwarding it along. Thank you so much for your help in that regard.

The Rutledge Learning Academy SAT/ACT Preparation Philosophy:

My name is Brian Rutledge and, as a former recipient of a full academic scholarship, I am writing this to let you know about my beliefs in preparation for the high stakes testing examinations - the SAT and the ACT. My belief in the necessity to prepare appropriately is embedded in the structure and design of my SAT/ACT preparation course.

Some standardized test preparation programs are geared towards teaching the skills that are necessary for success on the test. Others are solely based in teaching kids the strategies that can be used on the test. This program will provide the best of both of these approaches to test preparation to give students the best possible advantage to maximize their score on the exams. This program is designed to help build students' test-taking skills and provide insight that will help solve the mystery behind these high-stakes assessments. With the recent changes in formats to the tests, being prepared is now more important than ever. Since standardized testing is a vital part of a student's college application, making sure that your child has all the tools needed to succeed before taking this test is a great investment. I stress to kids and parents frequently that my SAT score was the key factor in earning a full academic scholarship. For this reason, I truly understand the importance of testing for your child's collegiate application. I am most proud of the success stories of the students who have taken one of my courses, and then gone on to raise their scores to win scholarship money of their own!

Over the course of my more than twenty years in the field of education, I have seen numerous students who have excellent grade point averages struggle to score well on their standardized testing due to a lack of appropriate preparation specific to these tests. Standardized testing is not often written and formatted to be a fair reflection of the knowledge that your student has acquired while in high school. Learning time management strategies and being able to look for trap answers built into the test are important skills that students need to have prior to sitting for the test. Enrolling your child in one of my courses will allow them to take these tests more prepared to succeed.

My philosophy for test preparation is that kids should ideally complete any preparatory class work that they wish to pursue prior to the start of their junior year, or at the latest, at least a month before they intend to take their high stakes testing for the first time. With that in place, they will be in position to take the PSAT in October of their junior year, and then they can gear up to take either or both of the SAT twice as an 11th grader. Given that planning, if there is still a portion of the test that the student would want to strengthen, they can work on that area alone in the summer between 11th and 12th grade, and take the test in October and/or November of 12th grade. The ultimate hope here is that the student would get a good enough score to not need to take any of the tests again in their senior year. I do, however, have several seniors improve their score on the fall test dates by taking the course in the summer or fall of their senior year.

The biggest part of any standardized test preparation program is the practice that the student does with the skills and strategies that are taught. I really recommend completing the test prep in a timely manner that will allow the student to complete several practice tests after the course is completed, but before taking the actual test. I have had students increase their scores, or have a good showing on the first time taking the test by sitting for one of my courses that ends within days of taking the test administration, but the best results of those who have prepared are usually by the students who leave some time to take the practice tests independently prior to taking the formal test. This is why I recommend at least a month after the conclusion of the course before the student takes the SAT or ACT for the first time.

Students are encouraged to bring the calculator to class with them that they plan to use on the day of the SAT or ACT. Please note that in the event that a class needs to be cancelled due to inclement weather, or instructor illness, it will be rescheduled in a timely manner.

I am very pleased that you are researching a quality preparation program for your child and are considering allowing me the opportunity to make this program available for your child this year. If I can provide any additional information, please call me at 215-343-9642, or e-mail me at info@rutledgelearningacademy.com, and I will be sure to answer any of your questions personally. Registration information is available on the site, but please call ahead if you will be registering your student late so I can help with materials and determine if space is still available.

Tutoring



Tutoring

From 2000 - 2016, I had offered small group tutoring classes every summer to get kids a head start on their upcoming math course. Unfortunately, I have been unsuccessful in finding a combination of dates and times that meets the schedules of the community. Therefore, rather that offering my services in a group setting during a set 1 or 2 week window, I will offer individualized summer enrichment based on the needs of the student(s). Some notes:
  • I can prepare students for their upcoming level of math from grades 6 through algebra two and can also provide remediation to those who want to review one or more topics from those courses.
  • There are other tutors available as well for those students looking to remediate/advance in some other subject area. Please contact for more information. I would be happy to make a referral for tutors for grades 1 - 5, language arts, science, Spanish, French, history, English, as well as higher areas of mathematics.
  • I can deliver the SSAT preparation curriculum to those students who will be sitting for the test in the fall. This can be done individually, or in a small group coordinated by parents.
  • If your child is approved by their school to do so, I am available to deliver a full program for kids who want to take an entire course for credit or advancement. Please contact me for additional information on this option.
  • There is an SAT/ACT course planned, but for those who wish to pursue private tutoring, that is an option as well. Please see the SAT/ACT Preparation page for more details on the SAT/ACT class. Private SAT/ACT verbal assistance would be available through Mr. Bruce DuBoff; please contact me for contact information.
  • While the general design is for 1-1 assistance, those who would be interested in paired or small group pricing can establish a group and contact me for discounted rates.
  • Tutoring with Mr. Rutledge will be delivered using the Zoom platform in the RLA virtual classroom! Kids can login and meet with their teacher from anywhere - great for those families who travel, and for kids with multiple camps and sports obligations! The Zoom classroom has a whiteboard, video, audio, and chat mechanisms, and the sharing of documents and even the graphing calculator app is possible.

There is a great deal of flexibility that is available to us to help you meet your child's needs. If one of these options sounds appealing to you, please contact me for more information and to make arrangements.

As always, I thank you for sharing this information with others who might find the options interesting for their children.


Best,
Brian Rutledge


SSAT Preparation



SSAT Preparation

The SSAT preparation curriculum will be delivered through individual, or small group, tutoring sessions. Small group rates are available at a discount, so please contact us for more information regarding pricing.

Typical completion of the RLA SSAT preparation curriculum can be done in 12 - 16 hours. Some students will finish faster, and others will need more time. It is based on the needs of students from session to session. The last variable with regards to the time to complete is based on the number of practice tests that the family would elect to have the student review with the teachers. In the past, there have been kids who have not wanted/needed to review practice work with the teachers, and others who've elected to review 1, 2, or more practice tests.

The program is designed to help students to learn the strategies and review the skills needed to maximize their score on the SSAT. The SSAT not only assesses a student's mastery of the material they have learned over the past several years, but it is also a measure of the student'’s test taking skills as they race against the clock. Students should have exposure to and practice with the format, wording, and pacing of the test before sitting for it. This program is designed to help build those test-taking skills and provide insight that will help solve the mystery behind the assessment. Students in this class will take practice SSAT sections and have the opportunity to review the results with the teachers in preparation for the test. A general approximation is that about 2/3 of the time in the course is spent on strategy, and the other 1/3 is on a skill review.

Tutoring with Mr. Rutledge will be delivered using the Zoom platform in the RLA virtual classroom! Kids can login and meet with their teacher from anywhere. This is great for those families who travel, and for kids with multiple camps and sports obligations! The Zoom classroom has a whiteboard, video, audio, and chat mechanisms, and the sharing of documents and even the graphing calculator app is possible. Zoom can also allow for small group sessions for those families who would be interested in that option as well.

Please let me know if I can answer any questions for you about the test preparation, or if you would want to schedule the start of sessions.

As always, thank you for sharing this page with others that might also be interested in this service.

Best,
Brian Rutledge, National Board Certified Mathematics Teacher
215-343-9642
info@rutledgelearningacademy.com

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