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With one-on-one tutoring, we can provide every student the learning skills they need, to excel at any level. Everyone learns differently, and we understand this; in turn, we offer specialized programs for each student who walks through the doors. Wise Learning Center offers the most individualized and comprehensive tutoring Fairfield, CT students who wish to excel can pursue.
At Wise Learning Centers, we offer year round programs to all ages of students, from those entering Pre-K to those about to head college and beyond. Our program directors can help any student through the individualized attention we give to developing a curriculum that addresses their needs. We program specifically for every student who walks through the doors whether they are seeking group sessions or our Learning Center services.
We only want all of our students to excel all the way through high school and even further. Part of that is preparing for the SAT and ACT. In order to excel on these college entrance exams, you need the right skills to do well on the test.
The city of Fairfield, CT borders the towns of: Trumbull, Bridgeport, Easton, Weston, and Westport, CT. As of the 2010 census, there were just over 59,000 residents in the city, making it a mid-sized to larger township in the state of CT. In fact, in 2006, in Money Magazine, it was rated as the top town to live in the US., and best place to live in the Northeast.
The town was originally colonized in 1635 by pilgrims, and in 1939, a set of legal and fundamental regulations (known as the Fundamental orders) were put into place. During this period, new colonies were being built surrounding the town of Fairfield as well. Several towns were created out of Fairfield, and each of these towns later broke off to become their own entities. Some of the towns which became individuals entities include:
– Redding in 1776.
– Weston in 1787.
– Easton in 1845.
– Bridgeport in 1821, and Westport in 1835.
The town is only about 31 square miles in size, and consists of several small neighborhoods in the town. There are about 21,000 households in the town, and nearly 15,000 families comprise this small region in CT. About 38% of the homes have children and 60% are married families. With an average of just over $43,000 per capita median income in the town, it is also considered “middle class” by conventional standards, in comparison to other cities in CT.
Fairfield University, Sacred Heart University, GE Headquarters, are among the larger companies/entities which are situated in this region. The town also has several local parks, recreation centers, galleries and museums for locals to enjoy. It is near major metro areas, is nearby to NYC, and is a short drive to Boston, MA. For families who like smaller towns, with deep seated history, this is a great town to call home, and the ideal place for Axis Learning Facilities to provide services to the locals.