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Tutor Doctor
P.O. Box 20232, Cranston, RI 02920
Tutor Doctor provides one-on-one, personalized in-home tutoring services. Pre-screened, qualified tutors are availableMore to instruct in multiple subject areas, from pre-school academia to college level coursework. They additionally offer adult education sessions. Services start at the basic level with homework help and advance to services such as test preparation and more. The company aims to provide support for struggling students and supplementary instruction for advanced students. Free in-home consultations are available.
Bill Falk's School
11 Amflex Dr, Cranston, RI 02921
Bill Falk's School is an annual, three-day camp founded by legendary track and pole vaulting coach Bill Falk. The campMore is held every June at Rhode Island College in Providence. Anyone five years old an up can register for the camp at M-F Athletic on 11 Amflex Drive, or by visiting the website listed. Coaches help students learn by engaging in practical hands-on sessions, video reviews and constructive feedback.
735 New London Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
The North American Family Institute/Adolescent Community Experience Project on 735 New London Avenue is a lockedMore juvenile correctional center that houses 13 to 17 year olds located inside of Brayton Park. The program helps at-risk youths by providing residential, foster care and day services for at-risk children who have chosen in a court of law to inhabit the facility. Under the rules of the program, each resident must stay at this center for one year and successfully complete all its required courses. Every day, the 16 teenagers at this facility attend school, meetings and field trips designed to encourage them to succeed in the world. This facility also helps its residents get their driver's license, graduate from school, go to college and find employment.
Cranston Area Career & Technical Center
100 Metropolitan Ave, Cranston, RI 02920
Cranston Area Career & Technical Center is part of Cranston West High School's program to provide "twoMore educations in one" to high school students seeking skills in several trades, including child development, drafting technology, aquaculture, residential building repair and remodeling, culinary arts and marketing. Students from Cranston, Foster-Glocester, Johnston and Scituate are encouraged to apply for the program, which starts in the tenth grade and prepares students to continue their education through two and four year colleges or graduate to apprenticeships and the workplace. Applications may be completed online through the program's website.