Why Choose Huntington?
Personalized programs. Flexible scheduling. Exceptional results.
Unlocking Your Child’s Potential: Why Trusted Tutoring Expertise Matters for Academic Success
At Huntington, we understand that the learning journey looks different for everyone.
We make it our job to help map out that journey — and we make it our mission to give every student the best education possible.
Backed by almost 50 years of experience, we work with parents and students to obtain the best results from our personalized K-12 tutoring and test prep programs that build confidence, raise test scores, and move the needle in educational outcomes for our students.
- Individualized tutoring
- Results-driven test prep programs
- In-school programs and district-funded high-dosage tutoring for small & large groups
- Flexible programs available online or in person: Choose from one of our local centers, online or a hybrid approach
- A data-driven approach that is personalized to meet students’ needs
- Accredited programs & experienced, certified tutors
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A Track Record of Success
Huntington boasts some impressive tutoring and test score stats. Like you, however, we understand that the most profound accomplishments aren’t seen in mere numbers. They’re found in the first glimpse of confidence on your struggling student’s face or watching your teen celebrate their acceptance into their dream college. At Huntington, we have proudly shared in the triumphs and personal achievements of our students and families for nearly 50 years (& counting!).
Huntington’s Impact at a Glance
Accreditation That Matters
Huntington Learning Center is dedicated to meeting — and exceeding — today’s top education standards for tutoring and test prep competency and credibility.
Huntington tutors are certified and accredited, in contrast to some private tutors who are not. In addition to degrees from four-year colleges, they hold either state or Huntington certification. And our centers are accredited by the Middle States Association — the same organization that accredits the vast majority of U.S. schools.
Why does that matter? Just like you wouldn’t send your child to a non-accredited college, you want to choose a tutoring or test prep program that is qualified to give them the best help possible. You can trust that Huntington tutors know how to help your child succeed — just like tens of thousands of other students we’ve helped before.
Huntington’s History: A Pioneer of the Learning Center Concept
Founded in 1977, Huntington was the first tutoring provider in the industry. For nearly five decades, we have built a strong track record of successfully helping students learn, and we love seeing them realize “I can” when it comes to school success! Named after the family that started it all, Huntington continues to be a family-owned company with executives who are deeply involved in day-to-day operations.
1977 — Dr. Raymond & Eileen Huntington break new ground in the tutoring industry by opening the first Huntington Learning Center in River Edge, NJ.
1978 — Center #2 opens in Livingston, NJ.
1981 — Huntington expands and formalizes our four-step approach, which has since helped tens of thousands of students.
1985 — With 18 centers in NJ & PA, Huntington expands nationally with the first franchised center in NH.
1986 — Huntington launches a sophisticated computerized student management system.
1995 — Huntington earns accreditation by Middle States Association.
2000 — Huntington reaches 148 franchised centers.
2002 — President Bush signs the No Child Left Behind Act — and Huntington is there to help.
2005 — Eileen & Ray Huntington receive the Education Industry Assocation’s Enterpreneurial Leadership Award for their “courage, perseverance, and determination to improve educational opportunities for children.”
2007 — Huntington receives high accolades from a third-party study of our No Child Left Behind services in Chicago.
2013 — Huntington launches our web-based learning management system.
2015 — Huntington expands tutoring services to students with ADHD through our partnership with a leading expert.
2017 — Huntington celebrates 40 years of excellence in education.
2020 — HuntingtonHelps LIVE launches as a premier online tutoring and test prep platform for new and existing students.
2022 — Huntington Learning Center expands to almost 300 tutoring and test prep locations in the U.S. – and continues to grow!
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General Huntington FAQs
Third-party research conducted by the Chicago Public Schools, The Los Angeles Unified School District, the Indiana DOE, and others overwhelmingly supports individualized tutoring as the best educational option. Policy Studies Associates studied our data and determined students who participated in the Huntington Learning Center program found a positive relationship between tutoring and academic proficiency. We get great results because all our tutoring is tailored specifically to your student’s academic needs. Learn more about why our tutoring works.
We typically recommend at least twice per week during the school year and three or more times per week in the summer. In general, this schedule helps determine how quickly your child begins excelling in school.
With your permission, we will discuss your child’s academic needs and progress with his or her teachers, school personnel, and other professionals. In fact, we recommend it to help them understand the improvements they will see in your child’s skills, confidence, and motivation.
Our unique approach to tutoring includes highly reliable assessments that evaluate strengths and weaknesses, tailored tutoring programs that are unique to each child’s learning style, and transparent communication with parents. When this approach, we give your child the best opportunity to achieve optimal results. Read more about our proven results.
Our students make great progress in a short time! For example, second graders threatened with retention can make so much progress that they avoid retention and, in fact, excel in third grade. Middle schoolers facing an increase in more complex assignments can strengthen the foundational skills that will help them in high school and beyond. High schoolers who need help with specific subjects — or improved study skills — can begin excelling in class. When prepping for the SAT or ACT, students can expect outstanding improvements of 248 points and 5.9 points on average, respectively.