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Eagle Eye’s Headstones and History: Black Lives Matter(ed) in the Washington Post

Have you seen the latest article about Eagle Eye? We are very proud of our students in the inaugural session of Headstones and History. Through …

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SSAT: Register Soon!

In previous years, students reported to test centers on a weekend morning. Lines to check in, distractions in the form of fidgety fellow test takers, …

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Headstones and History Presented to the Amistad Commission

In partnership with Mt. Zion-FUBS Historic Memorial Park, Inc., Eagle Eye Tutoring was honored to present to New Jersey educators and administrators who participated in …

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Mask up for the SAT

For many students in the DC area, the August 29 administration of the SAT has been canceled. If you are one of the lucky ones …

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Have Weekend Plans? Sign Up for ACT and SAT Review Sessions!

Are your sports and activities on hold? Have an hour or two to spare over the weekend? Every weekend, Eagle Eye offers drop-in SAT and ACT …

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Headstones and History in the News

Eagle Eye was honored to have the Washington Informer write about Headstones and History and attend our Libation Ceremony at the Mt. Zion-Female Union Band …

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SSAT Update

This year, students will have three options to take the SSAT: Paper-based Flex Test with Educational Consultants Computer-based SSAT at home (available every Saturday and …

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Do Good and Look Good

Find yourself with more downtime than usual? Looking for volunteer opportunities? Here are some ways to do good and build your brag sheet. Here 2 …

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Headstones and History: Black Lives Matter(ed)

Students Memorialized the Lives of Free and Enslaved African Americans who lived, died, and were buried in historic Georgetown from 1740 – 1940 Washington, DC …

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ACT Update

First, it appears that the ACT is in fact on for June in DC, so now is the time to brush away the cobwebs and …

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