How to Get Better Grades In School

Make this your child’s best year ever in school!

Successful students have secrets. So, what does it take to be a superior student? The most important secret is a great study strategy!

Terry Small’s student success system shows your kids how to take charge of their time and succeed! Parents and students attend this

seminar together to learn proven strategies and study secrets that have helped 260,000 students to excel.

Guaranteed: better learning, self-confidence, more free time, less stress & anxiety, and more fun learning!

Knowing how to learn had never been more important than it is today.

Come and learn how! You will have fun and be entertained.  The seminar is suitable for students of all abilities in Gr. 4 to 12.


Study more efficiently, in less time.

Ace exams!

Take the best notes in your school.

Improve your memory.

Tackle your textbooks with confidence.

Use the #1 Study Technique in the world and much more…

NOTE: It is intended that parent(s) and student(s) attend and learn together. $49 is price per family. (Please purchase only 1 ticket per family.)


Course Number: PDC3
Instructor: Terry Small
Semester: Winter/Spring 2020
Classroom: Credo Christian High Library
Start Date: Varies
End Date: Varies
Start Time: Varies
End Time: Varies
Class Capacity: 14
Course Price: $49.00
Number of Sessions: 1

Total course price before 5% GST:

$49.99 CADSign up now

We remain closed, but we're committed to keep classes going through the next few weeks.

All classes that are normally scheduled for the next few weeks will continue, either by being re-scheduled, or in some cases, through livestreaming. If you're worried about cancellations, don't. Your class will be delivered one way or another.
We will communicate with all registered students via email. Please be sure to check your spam folder if you don't see any announcements.
Like all small businesses, we rely on our registrations to keep the school going. Without training opportunities, those looking for new careers in the next year will not have the education they need to move on. That's why we're committed to postponing classes, rather than cancelling them.