Student Testimonials for FPLA
Success Begets Success.
We, the team FPLA and the parents, all succeed when our students succeed. Since its establishment in 1998, Full Potential Learning Academy (FPLA) has been honored to partner with parents and teachers, irrespective of the challenges, in reaching the shared goal of improving students’ outcome. Here we bring to you the first hand accounts of the effectiveness of our programs. We encourage you to share your successes as well.
We asked our students the reason they come to Full Potential and generated the word cloud. The responses astounded us. Many of the students found Full Potential is a non-judgmental place where they are respected, valued and reach the goal they are here for; to get better grades and gain confidence.
Hi, My name is Sarah Bouassi. I am a senior now (2019-20). I am attending Full Potential since my freshman year. I Have taken classes for Algebra, Geometry, Biology, English, End of the course (EOC) test and the SAT. I like the block scheduling of 45 minutes twice a week. It helps me stay in focus. I recommend Full Potential to any student who needs help with school classes or major tests.
My name is Brandon Ravelo. I am training to become a professional baseball player. I have been attending Full Potential for the past one year. I took four courses: Pre-algebra, Science, US History and Language Arts. I really enjoyed my time here at Full Potential, because they really helped me understand the concepts. I thank the teachers for being helpful and caring.
We Are Here For You
& For Your Child!
I came to Full Potential Learning Academy to train and take the HSPT entrance examination. I want to go to Archbishop McCarthy High School. I want to train for the HSPT to get better classes in the high school. Now I have completed my training, I feel I am very well prepared and confident to take the HSPT. I have improved my math skills and time management skills. To all the students who want to take the HSPT, I recommend Full Potential Learning Academy to take the HSPT and train more.
8th grader at the Our Lady of the Lakes Catholic School.
I came to Full Potential Learning Academy to get a better opportunity to pass the entrance exam. The high school of my choice is Christopher Columbus senior high. I feel here I have improved my grammar skills dramatically. I have improved my test scores by 20% and I feel for the future student that you should be interested in learning and should know what you want to do with your life.
8th grader at Immaculate Conception Catholic School.
My name is Nalley Flores and am a senior (2019). I took algebra tutoring at Full Potential. My tutors adapted to my learning style, taught me the basic math concepts and ensured that I work independently. Thanks to their support I successfully passed the exam. I thank Full Potential staff for helping me learn math concepts.
12th grader at Our Lady of Charity School.
I came to Full Potential to pass the reading section of the ACT exam. Prior to coming here, I took this test twice before and got only 14 in the reading section. I needed 19 to graduate. At Full Potential I took a placement test, which helped to identify the areas that I needed the most help. Based on this test results, I received a customized lesson plan and was paired with a tutor for one-on-one instruction. After four-month training, I retook the ACT on Feb. 9, 2019 and earned 22 points in the reading section, a giant leap from my previous score of 14.I hardly missed any sessionand put forth my best to learn as much as I could. Every step of the way, the tutor and the director kept me motivated. I recommend Full Potential to anyone who need reading help.
Daniel Santa Cruz
12th grader (2019) at Barbara Goleman Senior High School.
I took course assistance for English language and math program. I started taking in person classes. I play baseball and found it difficult to find time to come to Full Potential. I was offered live online tutoring. Initially I was not sure but tried the first lesson. From then there was no turning back. It is very easy to use, there is no software to download. Except for working on the computer, I did not find any difference between the in person and live online session. It saved commute, balance my sports and keeping up good grades. I recommend anybody try this live online tutoring.
8th grader at City of Hialeah Educational Academy.
Student of the Month: June
FPLA tutors and the administrators are excited to declare Amiah Ugarte as the winner of the June 2019 "FPLA-Student of the Month" award.
Amiah is an affable, dedicated, smart, intelligent young rising 3rd grader. She strives to be her best. When challenged she does not give up; she is eager to learn and complete her assignments on time and excel in her task.
She always puts forth her best. She was enrolled in our signature Decoding & Reading Comprehension program, and had registered significant gains in her reading & comprehension proficiency.
After the school, when she is not with the tutors, she plays with her little brother or reads to him. Join us in congratulating her parents and teachers in her upbringing. We are thankful to her parents for letting FPLA to be part of her success story.
Student of the Month: May
FPLA tutors and the administrators are excited to declare Chloe Roman as the winner of the "FPLA-Student of the Month" award.
Chloe is a dedicated, smart, intelligent young 6th grader at Immaculate Conception School. She is good at following instructions, eager to learn, complete her assignments on time and excel in her task.
She tries to put forth her best. In an interview she shared her insights about FPLA with a student correspondent of “The Harbinger”, an educational center magazine.
When she is not with the tutors, you can always see her at the waiting area engrossed with her school issued iPad. Join us in congratulating her parents and teachers in her upbringing. We are thankful to her parents for letting FPLA to be part of her success story.
Icing on the cake: She is one of a very few students who is also a talented dancer. She is a regular participant in various dance recitals.
Student of the Month: April
FPLA tutors and the administrators are excited to announce Jonathan Viera as the April 2019 "FPLA-Student of the Month" award.
Jonathan is a dedicated, smart, intelligent young 5th grader at the North Twin Lakes Elementary School, Hialeah, FL. He is focused, eager to learn and excel. He always puts forth his best.
He showed the greatest improvement in the third grading period. Kudos! Keep up the magnificent work Jonathan. He is also the star in our first ever TV commercial 🙂
Join us in congratulating his parents and teachers in his upbringing. We are thankful to his parents for letting FPLA to be part of his success story.
Student of the Month: March
FPLA tutors and the administrators are excited to announce Alexandra Carbajales as the March 2019 "FPLA-Student of the Month" award.
Alexandra is a dedicated, smart, intelligent young 4th grader at the Mater Gardens School, FL. She is focused, eager to learn and excel, and always willing to put forth her best.
Join us in congratulating her parents and teachers in her upbringing. We are thankful to her parents for letting FPLA to be part of her success story.
Student of the Month: February
FPLA tutors and the administrators are excited to declare Eryn Urego as the winner of the "FPLA-Student of the Month" award.
Eryn is a dedicated, smart, intelligent young 8th grader at the Immaculate Conception School, Hialeah, FL. She is well organized, meticulously follows the instructions, eager to learn and excel in whatever she does, and always put forth her best.
Invariably, you can always see a smile on her face. Join us in congratulating her parents and teachers in her upbringing. We are thankful to her parents for letting FPLA to be part of her success story.
Icing on the cake: She is one of a very few students, inducted into the National Junior Honor Society. Only those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, character, and citizenship are inducted to NJHS.