Dan Saviteer

Posted on September 18, 2008

Dan Saviteer

As I drove down I-95 this week I was reminded of our many trips down to Clinton two years ago for Dan’s SAT prep course. Dan began the classes worried about his initial test scores and prepared to work hard. He was immediately provided a well-designed and developed program of study. Your expectations for daily effort were high and your enthusiasm was infectious. With a clear plan Dan soon developed a focused study routine. He was rewarded with faster test times and improved accuracy in the practice exams. When we returned to Loomis that fall, his improved study skills were evident – his grades were stronger and his SAT scores competitive. He was thrilled when he was accepted to Villanova! His grades there have been outstanding; he has a leadership position in the student government and now has his eyes on several possibilities for further study. As a member of the honors program he is amazed at the opportunities open to him.

So as we head into sophomore year, I thought it was high time that I let you know how much we continue to appreciate your instrumental role in Dan’s college process!

With sincere thanks,

Susan Saviteer,
M.D. Hopkinton,
New Hampshire
September 2008

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Susan Saviteer,
M.D. Hopkinton,
New Hampshire
September 2008

As I drove down I-95 this week I was reminded of our many trips down to Clinton two years ago for Dan’s SAT prep course. Dan began the classes worried about his initial test scores and prepared to work hard. He was immediately provided a well-designed and developed program of study. Your expectations for daily effort were high and your enthusiasm was infectious. With a clear plan Dan soon developed a focused study routine. He was rewarded with faster test times and improved accuracy in the practice exams. When we returned to Loomis that fall, his improved study skills were evident – his grades were stronger and his SAT scores competitive. He was thrilled when he was accepted to Villanova! His grades there have been outstanding; he has a leadership position in the student government and now has his eyes on several possibilities for further study. As a member of the honors program he is amazed at the opportunities open to him. So as we head into sophomore year, I thought it was high time that I let you know how much we continue to appreciate your instrumental role in Dan’s college process! With sincere thanks,