Huntington School and Community Partnerships

Offers K-12 tutoring services funded by government grants and funds

Huntington School Services

Huntington Learning Center partners with schools and districts to offer K-12 tutoring services funded by federal and state government grants and funds, such as Title I and ESSER funds.

We serve students with a wide range of needs, including high dosage tutoring in reading and math and test prep for exams like the SAT and ACT. Our mission is to give every student the best education possible.  

Working closely with you to understand your objectives, we conduct programs during, before, or after the school day using local, highly-trained teachers and high-quality curricula with individualized one-to-one or small-group instruction and customized learning plans. Our flexible programs can be offered in your school, in our center, and/or online, and can be scaled from a single student to large engagements to meet your needs. 

We offer a wide variety of tutoring to elementary, middle, and high school students, including:

TUTORING in reading, math, study skills, writing, phonics, vocabulary, and related areas

TEST PREP for ACT, SAT, and state and standardized exams

SUBJECT TUTORING for specific subjects, such as Algebra, Geometry, Physics, Calculus, and Spanish

HOMEWORK HELP to support students while they complete their homework

Contact Us To Learn More!
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(201) 975-9460 - ext 460


Our History With Publicly Funded Programs 

No Child
Left Behind (NCLB)

We previously provided supplemental education services under this act

Title I

We assist students funded under this act to address COVID-related learning loss

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund

We assist students funded under this act to address COVID-related learning loss

**Grade level results are based on cumulative average grade level increases in reading and math for 17,445 students from 2010-2014 using the full set of available student data. ***Results are based on surveys of 3,289 Huntington students graduating in 2019, using their initial Huntington Academic Evaluation and final SAT/ACT test score.