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Lakewood learning center recognized for achievements with CITA approval

Lakewood, WA — The Huntington Learning Center of Lakewood, located at 5700 100th St SW Suite 400, has been recognized for its professional learning standards by the Commission on International and Trans-regional Accreditation (CITA).

“With every school in our area moving forward with increasingly rigorous standards for achievement, students need to optimize their learning potential through programs that offer the highest quality service,” said Erica Hwang, operator of the Lakewood Huntington Learning Center. “We’re proud to have CITA’s acknowledgement and certification for the hard work and dedication of our top-quality teachers at every one of our sites. We heartily encourage every parent or guardian who’s interested in gaining extra help for struggling students to learn more about how and why this accreditation is so important and why Huntington Learning Center requires all centers to earn this respected recognition.”

As a part of Community Service Campaign “Making a Difference the Huntington Way”, Huntington Learning Center Lakewood is also providing Scholarship Program to selected number of students from each school in the Lakewood community this year.

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 the Lakewood 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.

For more information about Huntington Learning Center of Lakewood, please call Erica Hwang at 253-582-4901, or visit www.huntingtonlearningcenter.com.

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