• 2018-2019 Academic Intervention!

    Are reading, writing, and math frustrating or laborious for your child?

    They shouldn't be and there are real solutions.

    We offer intensive, systematic, individually designed instruction for your child to improve academic performance and reduce frustration. Our research-based approach is scientifically proven effective across a wide range of children grades K-12.


    Sessions available from 2-6pm Monday through Thursday

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  • Academic Intervention & Executive Functioning Support

    Time Management | Prioritization | Goal Setting | Academic Experts

    Individual and Personalized Tutoring Instruction in Boulder


    1-on-1 Academic Intervention

    Intensive & Personalized

    Personalized Group Tutoring Instruction in Boulder

    Small Group

    2-4 Children

    Social & Dynamic

    Personalized Group Tutoring Instruction in Boulder

    Learning Center

    Semi-structured Environment

    Enabling Excellence

  • Individual Sessions

    Academic Intervention

    55-minute 1-on-1 instruction

    Ideal for intensive educational interventions


    Recommended 40-hour program

    Executive Functioning Coaching

    55-min 1-on-1 assistance

    Building life skills, tools, and techniques


    Minimum 5-session program

  • Group Programs

    Our group programs provide outstanding general support while still driving towards the same goals as our individualized services. Perfect for that student needing an extra push, or help maintaining good habits.

    Pre-K & Kindergarten School Day Session

    A highly social learning environment for young students (pre-K & K) designed to fit perfectly into your busy schedule (morning or afternoon sessions available) and provide your child with the tools they need for success.


    We focus on building strong social and emotional skills through guided play and research-based socialization techniques, all led by a certified instructor.

    Learning Center

    The perfect environment to help your child turn homework from a chore into an opportunity. Our semi-structured program provides on-demand support to help tackle hard problems, and a great space free from distractions.


    Help your kiddo live up to their potential - give them the opportunity to succeed!

  • Meet the Team

    Shay Carpenter Founder & Education Director at Owl Education Group

    Shay Carpenter

    Founder & Education Director

    Shay's experience as an educator began as a special education teacher in Massachusetts and continued with work in St. Vrain and Denver school districts. Her personal experience with a learning disability provides depth in addition to her professional training and Masters Degree in Special Education.

    Dorie Glover, PhD

    Learning & Behavior Specialist

    Dr. Glover began an academic career at UCLA after conducting clinical work with the Autism Partnership and helping establish a broad public health action plan for infant mental health at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. She holds a Ph.D. in psychology with an emphasis on Learning and Behavior and is a Professor Emeritus at the Geffen School of Medicine. She has continued her work in autism including serving as an expert witness for cases regarding school policies and best practices.

    Charlie Wampfler

    Academic Intervention Director

    Charlie graduated from Miami University with her teaching license and degree in K-12 Special Education. Her teaching philosophy is centered around the belief that each student is unique. Using tailored lesson plans and and an active approach to learning, she caters to each student’s strengths and cultivates opportunities for growth. Outside the classroom, Charlie is an adventurer at heart who looks for every opportunity to get outside and see the world.

    Caitlyn Ball

    Academic Interventionist

    Growing up in a large family, Cait knew she wanted a career working with kids. She studied elementary education at Keene State College before moving to Boulder in 2005, where she attended Metro State and graduated with licensure in Elementary Special Education. Cait helps kids do the absolute best they can by tailoring lessons to individual learning styles. Cait is active in the outdoors, and enjoys running, hiking, biking, racing and the amazing music scene.

    Cristian Mendoza

    Math Instructor

    My name is Cristian Mendoza. I earned both Bachelor and Master Degrees of Science from CU Boulder in the Spring of 2015. I taught and helped teach a variety of mathematics as I studied--both pure and applied, from introductory algebra and geometry to calculus and mathematical physics. I was also engaged in optics research as a graduate student. When I finished my studies I lectured for a Pre-Calculus course in the department from which I graduated. Teaching is a passion of mine and I love empowering students with their own minds through mathematics. When I am not tutoring, I am either engaged in some sort of research or doing Kung Fu. I am looking forward to helping more people with mathematics, and I am honored to be a part of the team!

    Daniel Thomas


    Dan moved to Boulder from Nashville, TN in 2000 with his family. As a student on the Autism Spectrum, navigating school was a challenge, however, after attending Fairview High School and then Front Range Community College to acquire an Associate of Applied Science in Animation, Dan worked in various office settings gaining experiences as he pursues his dream of being a writer and animator for the Walt Disney Animation Company. Currently, Dan is our Office Assistant where he works with the Program Director and Academic Intervention Director to manage all of the daily office tasks. Outside of work Dan works closely with the Expand Program, Beyond Limits and assisting students in the iStar & Sketch Up programs at Trimble. Dan is an avid traveler, exceptional runner and enjoys playing basketball in his free time.

    Chelsea Matz

    Academic Interventionist

    Chelsea grew up in North Carolina and holds a Masters Degree in Counseling and Psychological services. She moved to California in 2012 and experimented with working in education and promptly fell in love with working with kids. Chelsea has worked in both traditional and project-based schools and values the diversity of methods and learning styles. In her free time she loves to travel and document life with her camera.

  • Stories from Parents...

    An intensive, affordable, and thorough program.

    "My 16-year-old daughter did intensive sessions with Owl Education Group during Spring break and early summer of 2017. At first, my daughter was wary about spending 3 hours a day in "tutoring" during what should be her off time. To her surprise, it was as much fun as it was work. She would excitedly share things she learned on the way home and gushed about her tutor (and she is definitely not the gushing kind!). We drove from Aurora daily and it was so worth the trip for everything my daughter gained. Thanks to Owl Education for providing an intensive, affordable (we shopped around!) and thorough program. My daughter went from D's to B's in Language Arts classes and best of all, she feels good about herself in class. I highly recommend Owl to anyone considering making an investment in your child's education.” -- Moya S.

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  • Articles & News

    Updates on education trends, executive functioning, and special education

    February 22, 2019 · Academic,Math
    At Owl Education Group, we're on a mission to disrupt the system. Are we anarchists? Certainly not! We're math enthusiasts, and we're determined to create a community of young math enthusiasts who perform to their true potential. Here's what we've encountered: Many students who are capable of...
    May 25, 2018 · Executive Function
    During adolescence we have three developmental goals:autonomy;social connections with our peers; and a sense competence and mastery of skills. Thwarting these goals has significant consequences. How do you avoid the creation of an imbalance or delayed development of these necessary goal areas...
    January 22, 2018 · Executive Function
    One of our primary areas of focus is helping teenagers develop executive functioning skills, especially calendaring and time management. Let's discuss some ideas to make this process a bit easier for everyone. For many (okay, almost all) the sight of a paper calendar during our initial training...
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