Huntington Learning Center

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Since it was founded in 1977, Huntington has provided quality instruction to hundreds of thousands of students through a network of franchised and company-owned centers. We have about 300 locations in 40 states, of which 90% are franchised and 10% are corporate owned, servicing both the private- and public-pay markets.Huntington prides itself on being "Your Tutoring Solution" for students in all grades and core subjects.

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