Reston Speech and Language Center is a language therapy center located in Herndon. The practice specializes in…More language-based learning disabilities, reading and comprehension, receptive language skills, infant/toddler language development, autism spectrum disorders and children with hearing impairments.
The practice also offers programs such as summer camps, intensive reading summer groups and Fast ForWord programs. The center has been owned and directed by Ellen Edwards since 1994.
The Tutoring Center 472 Elden St, Herndon, VA20170 The Tutoring Center offers one-on-one tutoring, academic instruction and test preparation services. Subjects include…More writing, reading, algebra, geometry, biology, chemistry, physics and more. The Tutoring Center caters to students from kindergarten through twelfth grade. Pre-SAT and ACT programs, month-to-month tuition, family discount plans and free diagnostic assessments are all available.
Hutchison Elementary School 13209 Parcher Ave, Herndon, VA20170 Hutchison Elementary is a school for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. The principal of the school is Judy…More Baldwin, and the school features English for speakers of other languages, full-day kindergarten, an early Head Start program and more. The Title-I school has a high teacher-to-student ratio, a homework club, a Waterford reading program and is part of the Boys and Girls Club of Greater Washington.
Herndon Middle School 901 Locust St, Herndon, VA20170 Herndon Middle School is a part of Fairfax County Public Schools providing education to students in grades seven and…More eight. Students come from both Reston and Herndon. Students are offered a wide range of activities including band, art, music, foreign languages, reading, photography, technology, drama, creative writing and more. The school's principal is Justine Klena.
Kumon of Elden Street 1064 Elden St, Herndon, VA20170 Kumon is an after-school math and reading enrichment program that helps students develop educational skills. Programs…More focus on individualized learning so students can become independent and motivated to learn. Kumon offers programs for students who need more challenging work as well as students who could use help catching up in school.