The Robert M. Walton ’41 Center for Learning primarily serves students with Service Plans (Cura Plans) and is open to assisting any student with schoolwork, test-taking and other academic support. Its mission is rooted in the Jesuit philosophy of “cura personalis,” or “care for the entire person.” Students of all grade levels and abilities are invited to utilize the Walton Center to strive for academic success in all areas.
An intervention specialist, an academic coach, and several associates are available to guide students through their academic tracks. Walton Center staff is primarily focused on working with students on managing their time, developing good study habits, and creating daily plans for accomplishing tasks. They will also focus on academic support in the following areas: English, Math, Theology, and History. Those needing support with World Languages and Science should talk to their teacher.
If you are in need of academic support and are not already familiar with the Walton Center, please email your teacher first and meet with your teacher in person. If you need additional support, you are welcome to drop-in to the Walton Center. Introduce yourself to any adult in the room and they will talk about how they can best support you.
The Walton Center is open from 8:00 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday, and 8:00 a.m. – 3:15 p.m. on Fridays.
To learn more about the Walton Center, please contact Ms. Emily Samek.