Our recent feature in Town & Country Magazine
Town & Country is a monthly American lifestyle magazine. Established in 1846, it is the oldest continuously published general interest magazine in the United States.
The publication covers multiple luxury categories, spanning from fashion to current events.
In the magazine’s Society section, Nicole Laporte, an L.A.-based reporter and writer, interviews our Founder and CEO, Tiffany Sorya. Laporte eases us into the article with Sorya’s early life and how she entered private tutoring.
She highlights her strong interpersonal and social skills, leveraged to land prominent clients such as Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Ireland Baldwin, and many others. Explaining that our high-profile clientele requires a different education style with more flexibility and personalized tools.
What’s great about the article is that Laporte does a deep dive into the benefits of Novel Education and how parents with a non-9-5 lifestyle can best structure their child’s education while maintaining a non-traditional schedule.
If the student’s parents want to sun in Bali during the holidays while traditional school is in full swing, with Novel Education, they are free to do so. It’s a bonus that many Town & Country readers fall into this prime target demographic.
In addition to writing about the scheduling benefits of Novel’s private tutoring, she provides a real-life example of Novel Education’s ability to tailor the course curriculum to a student’s specific needs by looking at our time tutoring a member of the Saudi Royal Family.
We handle all aspects of a student’s education, all the while adhering to the parent’s goal for their child’s future career. If a parent states that their child wishes to become a movie director, Sorya will create a course on storyboarding.
This type of course tailoring isn’t offered in regular schools and is part of what makes Novel’s tutoring and education services unique.
One of the hidden talents of Novel Education that Laporte brings to light is the ability to transform the child’s interest or hobby into a viable teaching tool, like incorporating their favourite sport into math problems.
It’s the sneaky way to get kids to hit the books while having fun. It’s no different than when parents dress up their kid’s dinner, so they eat their veggies.
The feature finishes with Sorya saying that Novel has done its best to do everything for its clients.
Aside from revolutionizing the standard education system, Novel branches out to communicate its services to many mediums, just like Town and Country. Suppose you’re an avid reader of this magazine and have been looking for a new form of tutoring that will allow you and your family to continue to live its current lifestyle. In that case, Novel Education may be just what you’re looking for.
Book a free consultation today and get the education your family deserves, along with flexibility and upscale educators.