The AchieveWORKS suite of assessments is used to strengthen the confidence of high school students in leveraging their strengths while developing an educational path with goals that will likely culminate into a lifelong journey of satisfaction and success.
AchieveWORKS suite of assessments is a solid foundation for the future.
Used by millions around the world, students are making better decisions about their college majors and careers with greater confidence because they are better informed and more self-aware.
At Capstone, we are bridging student’s career and education plans, and creating strategies to help them find more satisfaction and success in life.
A great example is a student who learns best while listening to music, but their parent keeps telling them to turn off the music while they are studying. This becomes a point of conflict when it could easily become an opportunity to encourage learning.
Capstone students maximize their learning strategies and enable them to make changes accordingly.
The AchieveWORKS™ Intelligences is based on Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligence theory. It is designed to inspire students to identify their unique intellect, boost confidence, and strengthen intelligences.
The multiple intelligence theory has been used by thousands of students to provide them with a better and more robust view of themselves. It helps students identify their natural gifts.
At Capstone, it becomes a building block in the process of determining best fit colleges and pointing students in the best direction.
Tap into the power of personality, learning, productivity, and intelligence in this combination suite of assessments.
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