Why does Huntington Learning Center work? For over 40 years, we’ve treated students as individuals, and tailored our tutoring programs to fit their unique needs, academic goals and schedules. The best part? Our tutoring centers are proven to accelerate academic results, so you can trust us to help your child succeed.
At Huntington Learning Center, we understand that one size does not fit all students. Our method is a 4-step approach that works and truly sets our programs apart — and we have decades of experience, and countless success stories to prove it. If your student needs a tutor who can provide personalized, one-on-one attention, come to one of our learning centers to find out how we can help enrich his or her academic journey.
Our mission is to give every student the best education possible. Hear about our success through the eyes of our students, parents, franchisees, and staff.
"I am writing to express my sincere gratitude for the excellent work the entire staff at Huntington has done with our daughter. I love that your program is individualized, not just a "cookie cutter" pattern for each child.
After struggling her second grade year and hating school, we wanted a program that taught her skills and also the love of learning! We found that with Huntington. Within a month, we saw a huge improvement in her confidence and her self-worth.
I will continue to "spread the word" about Huntington.
Thank you so much!
FROM: Cynthia B.
"A TVS family recommended we consider Huntington after deciding on 1:1 ACT test prep for our son. Their personalized attention was the right choice! Hours of practice with subject-area teachers helped him significantly increase his test score."
FROM: Jessica P
At each of our local tutoring centers, our experienced tutors tailor test prep and teaching styles to meet the unique needs of each student and get the best results in the tutoring and test prep industry. After only 3 months of tutoring, our students have achieved:
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