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Welcome to the Muth Family Center for Learning!

 

Mater Dei High School is proud to offer the following options for students in need of extra academic assistance:

 

Monarch Academic Program for Success (MAPS): Students that have learning differences are often just as bright, if not brighter, than their peers. However, differences in the way they process and retain information often causes them to have difficulty learning in school. A two-tiered, fee-based program designed for students with documented learning and/or attention differences has been developed to assist in narrowing the gap between intellectual ability and academic achievement, focus on not just what to learn but how to learn, and to set students up for success.

 

Academic Assistance Program (AAP): Drop-in, small group/individual tutoring with MDHS teachers before and after school. Click on AAP link for the daily schedule.

 

The Learning Center: The Learning Center (LC) is a dedicated space in the library open to all students from 7:30am to 3:30pm who need extra assistance and/or a quiet, monitored place to study.  The LC is staffed full-time by two learning specialists.

 

Intensive Summer Prep Course:  An 18-hour interactive, intensive summer course that focuses on test-taking, time management, study skills, self-advocacy, executive functioning, anxiety management, etc. Open to students entering 7th - 10th grade from all schools. 

 

The Center for Learning Team

 

Kathleen Montemagni, PhD, Clinical Psychology

Executive Director, Learning Services

714-850-9613

kmontemagni@materdei.org

 

 

Eva Borbon, M.A., Education & Reading

MAPS Teacher Grades 10 & 12

714-754-7711 x612

eborbon@materdei.org

 

 

Eva Schulte, M.S., Special Education

MAPS Teacher Grades 9 & 11

714-641-3694

eschulte@materdei.org

 

 

The Center for Learning and MAPS team is directed by Kathleen Montemagni, Ph.D., Executive Director of Learning Services. Dr. Montemagni completed her B.A., M.A., and Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, with an emphasis in Neuropsychology, as well as an M.S. in Forensic Psychology.  She is the founding Clinical Director of the MDHS resource program, and has over 27 years of experience conducting neuropsychological testing and academic/therapeutic interventions at the UCI College of Medicine and within private practice.  Along with MAPS teachers, Mrs. Eva Schulte ‘89, M.S., Special Education, and Mrs. Eva Borbon, M.A., Reading, the goal of The Center for Learning is to provide students with tools to succeed and set them up for success.

 

*Please contact Dr. Montemagni with any questions*