EXCELLENT EDUCATOR: Bryan Osborne, owner and operator of the newly accredited Huntington Learning Center in Tulsa. Every year, Huntington helps thousands of students improve their grades, raise their test scores, and develop effective study skills.
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The Huntington Learning Center in Tulsa, 7116 S. Mingo Rd. Ste. 105, has been recognized by the Commission on International and Trans-regional Accreditation (CITA), one of the most important accreditation organizations in the field of education.
Established in 1996, CITA establishes protocols and standards for learning institutions to ensure they provide top quality services. CITA accreditation signifies that the educational mission at Huntington Learning Center is clearly documented and supported by its staff, that the curriculum is rigorously defined and organized, and that instruction is professionally sanctioned and tailored to the needs of individual students.
It also recognizes that Huntington’s instructors are fully qualified and that Huntington fosters productive relationships with students and their families.
“We live in a time of increasing global competition, and this requires increasingly rigorous standards for achievement. Our parents and students need to be assured that we are doing our utmost to provide the absolute best form of proven instruction,” said Bryan Osborne, owner and operator of the Tulsa center.
“We are very proud to have CITA’s acknowledgement and support for the hard work and dedication of the top-quality teachers at our sites. We invite any parent or guardian interested in gaining extra help for their child to learn more about how and why this accreditation is so important.”
Founded 29 years ago, Huntington Learning Center has provided supplemental learning services longer than any other organization. Every year, Huntington helps thousands of students improve their grades, raise their test scores, and develop effective study skills. By individually diagnosing what is keeping students from doing their best, Huntington offers an instructional program directly tailored to each student’s needs.
The program begins at a comfortable level, with assignments gradually increasing in difficulty as each new skill is mastered. One by one, these new skills form the foundation for further learning and success in the classroom and beyond. Today there are more than 260 centers around the nation.
For more information about Huntington, please contact Bryan Osborne at 250-2565.