The nation’s longest-running tutoring company,HuntingtonLearningCenter, is celebrating its 35th anniversary as the local Encino Huntington is marking its 16th anniversary. The co-founder of Huntington Learning Centers, Dr. Raymond Huntington, explained that the longevity of the company not only setsHuntingtonapart, but reflects the company’s successful approach and results.
There are three key facts about student achievement thatHuntingtonaddresses:
No two students are alike. The basis forHuntington’s individualized tutoring programs is a simple fact that was learned early on: Every student learns differently.Huntington has never embraced a one-size-fits-all tutoring approach, and learning programs are customized for individual students’ needs and goals.
Quick fixes do not work in the long term. Through careful academic evaluation,Huntington focuses on uncovering the root of a child’s school issues, identifying basic skills missed or specific struggles that make it difficult for the child to progress in certain subjects.
Collaboration is key. Working together with parents and teachers proves highly successful.Huntington has seen great results from incorporating school visits into student learning programs, wherebyHuntington center staff members meet with students’ teachers to stay in touch about the students’ progress at Huntington and school.
Huntingtonis “Your Tutoring Solution” for students in all grades and subjects. They tutor in academic skills, such as reading, phonics, math, and study skills; and in advanced math and science subjects ranging from algebra through calculus and general science through physics.Huntingtonalso offers preparation for high stakes exams such as the SAT, ACT, or private school entrance exams.
The Huntington Learning Center-Encino is located at 17200 Ventura Blvd., just 2 blocks east of Balboa, at the EncinoTownCenterPlaza. Parents seeking to improve their student’s academic success can call the center at (818) 907-5557. Learn more about HuntingtonLearningCenter’s history working with students at huntingtonhelps.com.