Stan’s How to Study Class (in-person)

Do you want your child to be successful in school?

Stan’s How to Study Class provides students of broad academic backgrounds with the skills, strategies, and actions to be successful in school, and ultimately to achieve the results that both students and parents want. Whether you’re in middle school, high school, or college, Stan’s How to Study Class will help you succeed.

Space is limited. First come, first-served. REGISTER TODAY

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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this in-person class may be converted to Stan’s How to Study class – online. Don’t worry. If we go this route, your student will learn a ton from the class and still have an awesome time.


  • An in-person class designed to help students succeed in school
  • Students are equipped with easily implementable study skills, strategies, and actions that aim to have an immediate impact on the student’s academic performance
  • The class is open to the public. Private group classes for middle school students, high school students, and college students are also available. Email to schedule a private class at your school or community organization.


  • Middle School Students (6th grade and up) – improve your academic performance in middle school and likewise get a head start on fine-tuning the study skills you’ll need to be successful in high school. The study skills you develop in middle school play a critical and direct role on your academic performance in high school
  • High School Students – grades and the rigor of your high school classes are fundamental to the college admissions process.  Having strong study skills serves as the foundation for earning great grades in school
  • College Students – college classes are demanding, even for the student who excelled in high school. Strong study skills are essential to your ability to do well in college and ultimately to graduate on time.
  • Community Groups – private programs at your location or ours can be set up to fit the needs of community groups.


  • Improved grades in school (which, by the way, increases your chances for scholarships, admission to academic programs, and job opportunities)
  • Less stress, particularly with regard to completing school assignments
  • Greater confidence on the part of the student in terms of his or her ability to do well in school


  • Goal setting
  • Organization skills
  • Time management
  • Note-Taking
  • Communicating with Teachers
  • Preparing for Quizzes, Tests, and Papers
  • Much, Much More

Workbook and lunch are included. 


Stanley B. Lemons  Click here to view Stan’s Bio


$199. Early-bird registration. Ends May 20, 2020.


  • Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis, so we highly encourage parents to reserve your child’s place today!
  • Families with multiple children pay for two students and receive 1/2 OFF the registration fee for the third child. Contact us via our client input form in order to provide the names and grades of your children; you only need to complete the client input form if you are registering multiple students.
  • Parents and guardians are welcome to attend the class at no cost. Pretty cool, right? We welcome parent and guardian attendance in the class, as this is a great way for you (parents or guardians) to later encourage your student to utilize the material that is presented. However, parents and guardians are asked to sit in the back of the room and to jot down your comments or questions. If time allows at the end of the class, the instructor will address parent or guardian’s questions and comments.



Section: 1

  • Date: TBA
  • Time: 9:00 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Modality: In-person class
  • Location: Houston, TX
  • Stan’s How to Study Class is open to the public.
  • There are limited seats available in the class. First-come, first-served.
  • We encourage you to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the class. In order to get through the material and to allow time for breaks, it is important that we start the class on time.

Session: 2

  • Date: Saturday, August 15, 2020
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Greenhill School
  • 4141 Spring Valley Road, Addison, Texas 75001
  • Best to enter Greenhill from the Midway Road Entrance. View: Greenhill School Campus Map
  • Stan’s How to Study Class is open to the public.
  • There are limited seats available in the class. First-come, first-served.
  • We encourage you to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the class. In order to get through the material and to allow time for breaks, it is important that we start the class on time.


Section: 3

  • Date: TBA
  • Time: 9:00 a.m. -3:30 p.m.
  • Modality: In-person class
  • Location: Westminster School, 1424 West Paces Ferry Road, NW, Atlanta, GA 30327
  • Stan’s How to Study Class is open to the public.
  • There are limited seats available in the class. First-come, first-served.
  • We encourage you to arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the class. In order to get through the material and to allow time for breaks, it is important that we start the class on time.


Case study#1


Richard is a “B+” student. Yet his parents and teachers know he can easily be an “A-“ or “A” student. What can Richard do?


Stan’s How to Study Class can provide Richard with strategies to improve his study habits, which stands to positively impact his results on school assignments and ultimately improve Richard’s grade point average (GPA). Stan’s How to Study Class will not only help Richard perform well in high school, but also the class will give Richard a competitive advantage by preparing him to meet the increased demands and rigor of college.

Case study#2


Tyler is in middle school and is just learning how to study. Her parents recognize the importance of good study skills in order for Tyler to be successful in both middle school and high school. Tyler’s parents want her to go to college. Her parents are willing to invest in Tyler’s education and personal development at an early age because they know it will pay off in the future.


Tyler’s mom and dad are spot on. Tyler’s parents know that 50 to 60 percent of a student’s success in school results from strong study skills, not raw intelligence.

Case study#3


Michael has been struggling in college. This situation is frustrating for Michael and Michael’s family. Even Michael’s professors know he is a highly capable student. Michael needs study skills and strategies to help him be successful in school.


The solution for Michael is Stan’s How to Study Class.


Click here to register.

We reserve the right to make class time, location, or instructor changes.


We reserve the right to cancel courses due to insufficient enrollment. In the event a course is cancelled, please allow 4-6 weeks from the scheduled date of the course to receive a refund. We also reserve the right to require the withdrawal of any participant whose conduct is unsatisfactory or who appears unlikely to benefit from the program. If the directors of the program make this decision, a refund will be given for the remaining portion of class fees. We reserve the right to make staffing, schedule, or location changes as may be necessary.

If you are not able to attend the class for which you are registered, you may substitute another person in your place at any time with no penalty.

If you wish to cancel your registration 15 days or more before the public workshop, you will receive a complete refund, minus a $50 processing fee per cancelled ticket. Please allow 4-6 weeks to receive your refund. No refunds will be issued to any registration cancelled 14 days or less before the event.


I understand that Stanley B. Lemons is writing a new book that encompasses some of the material taught in the How to Study Class. When and how can I get a copy of Stan’s new book?

  • Great question. Thank you for asking. Mr. Lemons’ new book is titled, Stan’s How to Study System: how to be successful in middle school, high school, and college. The book is scheduled to be released in the fall/winter of 2017-18. The content that is taught in the How to Study class is incorporated into Stan’s forthcoming book. Stan’s How to Study System is a must-have resource for students. Join our mailing list and receive information on the release date for the book and how you can pre-order Stan’s How to Study System Click here for the mailing list.
Released in the spring of 2017

Released 2020

Do you have any testimonials about Stan’s How to Study Class?


“I’m in 9th grade, currently attending Alpharetta High School. this class has helped me immensely already; it has improved my time management skills, study skills, and more! I am very happy that I took this class, it (what I learned in this class) will stay with me, and help me for years to come.”

Will, 9th Grade Student, Alpharetta, Georgia


“Fantastic class”

Matthew, 11th Grade Student, Coeur d’Alene, Idaho


“Stan’s How to Study Class was very useful and informative! It offers students a system of strategies that can positively impact their success by the use of practical tips involving goal setting, organization, time management and much more. We look forward to fully implementing the study plan for our students to promote better study habits and a more disciplined approach to academic achievement.”

Shawnell Bradshaw, Assistant Principal- Whitt Elementary, Wylie, Texas


“This course was wonderful, as it highlights many techniques I enforce at home with my children. I believe it is important for parents to model exemplary behavior for our children as they develop academically. Offering opportunities for engagement with our children and academic professionals is simply icing on the cake.
My daughter benefitted from this course through listening, asking pertinent questions, and observing her peers simultaneously.
I HIGHLY recommend this course for children, teens and adults who want to gain an edge on becoming more academically efficient.”
Rev. Regina Franklin-Basye, Mdiv., MS, FT, Dallas, Texas

“How to Study (class) was very useful and hopefully hearing it from a new authority/voice will be extremely useful. Stan was very enjoyable to listen to.”

Jynette Neal, Parent, Irma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School, Dallas, Texas


“My 11 year old daughter was engaged all four hours. Fantastic and useful information.”

Monica Brooks, The Hockaday School, Dallas, Texas


“I have known Stanley for over 30 years and I have attended this session. He provides some incredible tools/resources/insights to help our children study better and be prepared to excel in the classroom. I can assure you, it will be time/money very well spent.”

Christopher Plumlee, President, Elevate Strategy Group, Murphy, Texas


“This class was a wonderful value for students and parents alike.  I especially enjoyed the way Stan carefully tailored the content for each participant.  He demonstrated tangible strategies, team engagement and real world examples to get the points across.  Often the classroom rigor can be overwhelming for my sons, but since learning the “winning habits”, we have immediate and long-term resources to implement at home and school.  I believed we walked away with personalized tools for success!”

Danielle Wesley, Chapter Representative of Jack and Jill of America, Inc., Murphy Texas


“It was really helpful, and I will put these tips into my life.”

Zoe, Student, Greenhill School, Addison, Texas


“We really enjoyed the class and found it fun and helpful.”

Leigh Horan, Attorney and Parent of a middle school class participant, Dallas, Texas


“I enjoyed it, learned a great deal and appreciate it.”

Jonathan McClellan, Educator, Jack and Jill of America member, and Parent of a Hockaday School middle schooler, Dallas, Texas


“Very effective class that provides students with many of the skills needed to succeed in this hyper competitive environment our kids find themselves in these days.”

Mark Howard, Financial Services Executive and Parent of a Bishop Lynch High School student, Dallas, Texas


“This was an excellent course for me and my son. All of the topics were relevant and things he can begin to use today to improve his grades. I would recommend this course to others.”

Kimberly Hall, Parent of a High School Student, Allen Texas


“I enjoyed the fact that this was a very well organized presentation. The “step” were basic and very applicable. In each “step” there were “how to” explanations to attain success. Repetition and consistency are also established, which are great habits”

Parent of a Lake Highlands High School student, Richardson, Texas


“There was sooo much helpful information for everyone to use. Thanks for having this class!!”

Treasure B., Student, The Episcopal School of Dallas


“Comprehensive and impactful tools to improve study habits and skills. Incredibly helpful “nuggets” that are easy to recall.”

Libby Wright, Parent and Chief Operating Officer, Women’s Foodservice Forum

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