Since our ribbon cutting in September 2019, we have quickly emerged as the leading academic learning center in Southlake, Texas. We have helped over 700+ students significantly improve their grades, boost their confidence, and chart their course through high school.

Chelsea Hall was founded in 2019 based on a vision by co-founder Alex Parker when he was a junior in high school. He designed a new and innovative approach to the learning process that is less expensive and far more effective than other options available to students today.

Co-founder Alex Parker’s Presentation to Mayor and City Council, October 2019

Rather than try to meet the rigorous challenges of high school alone, our members reinforce their school learning within an academic support system where students collaborate with their peers and learn their class material in our small Group Study Sessions. These are taught each week by our energetic and experienced teachers, or students can study individually or with friends in our Study Hall with the tutoring guidance and assistance of our Student Tutors.

Our offerings include five separate services to our members: Group Study Sessions, Quiz and Test Review Cram Sessions, Study Hall, PreACT/PSATSAT/ACT test prep, and College Readiness Planning.

Group Study Sessions

We structure affordable group study sessions with no more than 8 students whom meet weekly with our teachers throughout the year.

Each study group contains only students who are enrolled in the same course. We also offer math group study sessions for students in grades 5-8.

Our teachers have a deep knowledge of the Carroll ISD, Keller, and Grapevine/Colleyville curriculum and tailor each weekly session to the material specifically being taught in our students’ classes during that week in an effort to deliver the maximum beneficial impact on our students’ performance in class and on their quiz, test and exam grades. Our teachers provide the study materials each week. Our members only need to come, enjoy the company of their friends, and learn!

We understand that each student’s success depends on great teachers, so the Chelsea Hall team spends a tremendous amount of time identifying and hiring the very best teachers. Study groups are taught by teachers who have both exceptional teaching abilities and friendly, engaging personalities that have made them popular with their students over their many years of teaching. We care about our culture, and seek to build a community that is fun, supportive, and encouraging, as well as one that makes a large positive impact on each of our students class GPA.

Cram Sessions are special study sessions that are held to prepare students for a specific quiz, test, or exam being held in one of their classes typically on the following school day.

In Quiz or Test Review Cram Sessions, our Chelsea Hall teachers will explain and review the important concepts to help you achieve your highest possible grade.

Cram Sessions are currently available to all students in Carroll, Westlake, Grapevine/Colleyville, and Keller ISD! These sessions are added to the Chelsea Hall calendar each week when quiz, test or exam dates are announced in class.

Study Hall

For a low monthly membership fee, our Study Hall members have access to Chelsea Hall’s new facility six days per week (Saturday – Thursday) to complete their homework assignments or study for quizzes, tests, and exams – individually or with friends – with the tutoring assistance of our Chelsea Hall staff members.  Chelsea Hall’s space has high ceilings and loft-like aesthetic, and its glass conference room windows allow natural light into the Study Hall in order to create an comfortable place to work and collaborate.

It is at team effort to promote the success of our members at Chelsea Hall. Our student tutors share their own good and bad academic experiences in high school, offer encouragement, and give advice to our members on how best to to reach their academic goals in High School.

Monthly events are an essential part of the Chelsea Hall experience. These events are designed to help our members better navigate the college application and admission process with valuable tips from our expert lecturers, as well as excel in their academic experience in High School through shared experiences and advice from our student tutors, teachers, and staff members. Past events have included: ACT vs SAT, FAFSA and Applying for Financial Aid, College Application Workshops, Note-taking Strategies, Writing your College Essay, and a Scholarship Application Workshop.