LearningRx Brain Training, a personal brain training company, has announced that Josie Attardo, a 12-year-old student from Ringgold, has been named the runner-up of the company’s 13th annual contest.
Each year, LearningRx hosts a nationwide competition among its graduates to determine which students have experienced the greatest cognitive skill gains after completing personal brain training. Ms. Attardo’s submission video wowed the judges and earned her the title of National Runner-Up.
Ms. Attardo’s primary motive for enrolling in brain training was to get into her seventh grade Beta Club at school. She was struggling with homework and confidence and wasn’t eager to participate in her classes.
But after six months of personal brain training with LearningRx, Ms. Attardo brought all her grades up to As. This helped her reach her goal of being inducted into the Beta Club, an organization that recognizes high academic achievement, character, leadership and service.
“It’s worth every penny of investment,” says Ms. Attardo’s mother. “I couldn’t be happier as a mom. When she’s excited about school, it makes me excited. LearningRx is the most outstanding program from start to finish. It’s something that she will carry for the rest of her life.”
The LearningRx Chattanooga East Center actually had three nominees who placed in the top five. The other students, 12-year-old Landon Alexander and 13-year-old Catelyn Kennedy, also experienced life-changing results, officials said.