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Learning should be personal

Tammy Noel, executive director

Tammy Noel, executive director

More than ever, education is the key to a bright future. Sylvan Learning, a community resource for 30 years, is the leading supplemental education provider, offering remedial and enrichment programs to students from K-adult in reading, math, algebra, study skills, writing, college prep and test prep.

Tammy Noel, executive director, has been with Sylvan for 23 years.

“I love helping families build a plan for success to help their children reach their fullest academic potential,” Tammy said. “The proven educational process helps students of all ages and all levels of capability.”

A qualified, caring staff is committed to each child’s success. Personalized tutoring plans are divided into one-hour sessions delivered several times a week depending on the child’s needs. Programs customized for each student’s needs are offered for every stage of a child’s academic journey, including diagnostic ACT testing for college. Sylvan offers convenient in-center, live online and in-home tutoring, depending on each family’s schedule.

Sylvan now also offers programs on iPads, which replace only materials – not Sylvan’s certified, caring and motivating teachers.

“Kids absolutely love working on the iPads to learn new skills,” Noel said. “Parents are amazed that their children are excited to go to tutoring, even in the summer.”

Noel also partnered with area schools to provide Robotics and STEM classes for added enrichment opportunities.

Excellence in education, a professional staff and proven results define Sylvan’s personalized approach to learning, which builds the skills, habits and attitudes children need to succeed in school and in life.

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