ORADELL, NJ--(Marketwire - February 3, 2011) - Huntington Learning Center is proud to support Catholic Schools Week 2011 (Jan. 30 through Feb. 5), which recognizes Catholic schools in America as an important part of U.S. education due to their traditionally high academic standards and high graduation rates. Catholic Schools Week is a celebration of the role that Catholic elementary and secondary schools play in giving American youth a values-based education. Catholic Schools Week became an annual event in 1974.

"Huntington believes firmly in giving students the best education possible, and we honor and support all schools who also embrace the same principles about quality education," says Eileen Huntington, co-founder of Huntington Learning Center. "Catholic schools demonstrate high standards of excellence through their dedication to giving students first-rate academic preparation as well as a strong moral education. As members of their individual communities, Huntington Learning Centers are proud to partner with their local schools, including Catholic schools."

Each year, Huntington supports many local and national school and education events, including Read Across America, Mathematics Awareness Month, Teacher Appreciation Week and American Education Week.

For more information about Huntington Learning Center, please visit www.huntingtonlearning.com.

About Huntington Learning Center
Founded in 1977, Huntington Learning Center is the nation's longest-running supplemental education services provider. Today they continue to be an industry leader providing instruction in reading, writing, spelling, phonics, mathematics and study skills as well as SAT and ACT preparation to tens of thousands of students from kindergarten through 12th grade. Huntington prides itself on its unparalleled programs that help parents, caregivers and educators identify the gaps in skills and knowledge that can limit learning potential. Huntington's personalized programs of instruction enable children to excel. To learn more or to locate a center near you, call 1-800 CAN LEARN.