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|A Customized Program, Leveraging Strengths, Talents And Interests
The TLCI School program is unique for each child, while meeting all requirements of our accredited program. Our system for customization works for children with all sorts of needs and interests.
The process is simple. Working closely with you, the child and the Personal Advisor, a program is developed collaboratively to meet your child’s needs, interests and goals.
This proven approach accomplishes several important objectives. They include:
- Ensuring the child is engaged in each day’s lessons because he or she helped develop the curriculum
- Providing avenues for discovery in areas where a student might otherwise struggle
- Assuring the parent that a child is moving toward his or her goals
- Developing a program that can effectively position the child for future success
Please consider this update on Michael’s accomplishments to be a tribute to the work you and others do at TLCI. As we all predicted, Michael has continued to excel. For example, he graduated from NOVA with five associates degrees, all magna cum laude: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Math, Physics, and Chemistry!!! This May, he will be completing his four-year degree in computer science, summa cum laude, from Virginia Tech, and has received seven substantial job offers from the NSA, Northrop, Lockheed Martin, IBM, McDonnell Douglas, and Red Hat Linux, among others. With all of those offers, it was a tough decision, but Michael recently accepted an incredibly attractive offer from Red Hat Linux (at their McLean VA location), and will begin his employment with them soon after graduating in May. Michael worked at O Power, on an internship last summer, and received an internship offer from IBM. Michael has held a number of computer-related positions while enrolled at Virginia Tech. All of this was done with relatively little difficulty. I reiterate my appreciation for TLCI, and for the fine work you and your Advisor do there. Thank God we withdrew him from Woodbridge High, before it was too late!
– Robert S.