Huntington Learning Center
Huntington Learning Center

4921 Auburn Ave.
Bethesda, Md. 20814

18532 Office Park Dr
Montgomery Vlg Off. Park
Gaithersburg, Md. 20886

12301 Old Columbia Pike
Silver Spring, Md. 20904

For more than 35 years, Huntington Learning Centers have been helping students reach a level of academic achievement they couldn't reach on their own. With a proven methodology to teaching implemented at accredited centers and by highly trained, accredited instructors, Huntington has an exemplary record of providing academic skills, subject tutoring and exam preparation services. Students come to Huntington for a variety of subjects, including reading, study skills, math, algebra, calculus, vocabulary, and science, as well as preparation and review for SAT, ACT, PSAT and AP exams.

The Huntington system typically results in students advancing 3.2 grade levels in selected subjects and scoring 200 points higher on SATs and 4.3 points better on ACTs.

Parent and student testimonials at Huntington are numerous. One high school senior noted his improvement of 460 points on his SATs and seven points on the ACT propelled him to achieve his life-long goal of attending the University of Notre Dame. Another family recalled their daughter's high school counselor suggesting that she attend a local junior college. Instead they enrolled her in Huntington and now she is garnering near straight A's at a fine four-year institution.

In addition to Huntington's superior academic evaluation and learning plan, the centers have been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools since 1996. Accreditation is an important benchmark because of the peer review that insures Huntington is meeting or exceeding its high educational standards.

Because Huntington individually tailors each program to fit each student's needs, the results are improved academic skills, more confidence in school and better grades.

Huntington has locations in Bethesda, Gaithersburg and Silver Spring. Information:



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