Carlton Ziegler Guitar Studio 2306 Washington St, Holliston, MA01746 Carlton Ziegler is a guitar teacher offering lessons in his home-based studio on Route 16 in Holliston. Ziegler…More is a Berklee alum and a trained guitarist, instrument craftsman and teacher. His work includes a seven-string acoustic guitar, 19-string lutes and standard guitars. Please contact Carlton directly for private lesson information and a schedule.
Operation Outreach-USA Inc 360 Woodland St, Holliston, MA01746 Operation Outreach is a national organization that seeks to raise literacy and academic achievement in communities…More across the country. Supported by businesses, foundations and private citizens all across the nation, OO-USA strives to helps not only students, by donating books and helping to teach them to read, but also teachers and parents. OO-USA works with teachers to compose lesson plans that integrate language arts lessons with math, geography, science and social studies.
The Reading Studio 85 Main St, Hopkinton, MA01748 The Reading Studio provides various classes to meet the needs of the average, gifted or developing students. Classes…More include children of all ages, and subjects range from math, science and reading to preparation for college SATs. The studio is spacious and vibrant with children's artwork lining the walls. Teachers are knowledgeable and devoted to its students' educations.
Next Generation Children's Center 2 Wood St, Hopkinton, MA01748 Next Generation Children's Center is a local family-owned business that provides high quality education and child…More care. Programs include infant, toddler, preschool, pre-k, kindergarten and summer programs. The center is spacious and filled with many bright, colorful rooms with learning centers, toys, tables and carpeted floors. Teachers provide a nurturing and stimulating environment with a close partnership with parents. Air-conditioned classrooms and indoor play areas keep children cool during hot or rainy days.
Holliston Public Schools 370 Hollis St, Holliston, MA01746 The Holliston Public Schools office is located at the high school and serves as the central office for the five schools…More in the Holliston school system. Fred W. Miller and Sam Placentino are the elementary schools, Robert H. Adams is the middle school and Holliston High is the high school. HPS employs 215 teachers to serve 2,864 students. The HPS office also houses the offices of Superintendent Bradford Jackson, Assistant Superintendent Timothy Cornley, Keith Buday and student services Director Sandra Einsel.
Hooray For Books 89 Hayden Rowe St, Hopkinton, MA01748 Hooray for Books is an educational enrichment program that focuses on teaching children to read with a side of cooking.…More Classrooms are spacious, whimsical, inviting and developmentally designed for young children. Hooray for Books was founded by Mary Murphy, a board-certified teacher with a degree in early childhood education from Boston College. A wide variety of programs are available, including a K-Stay program, Chefs in Training, Beginner Bakers and summer and winter mini school vacation camps. See the website for listings of classes and programs.
Learning Center of Hopkinton 59 Wood St, Hopkinton, MA01748 The Learning Center of Hopkinton provides high-quality childcare and education in a nurturing and stimulating…More environment. Founded in 2000, the newly-constructed facility includes bright, colorful classrooms, learning centers, kitchen, seperate- age appropriate playgrounds and an area for scooter and bike use. Enrichment activities are featured including karate, yoga and music with Gerry. Teachers are dedicated to meeting each individual child's interests and needs. Summer camp programs are available.
Blessed Beginnings Preschool 600 Central St, Holliston, MA01746 Established in 2003, Blessed Beginnings is a nonprofit preschool for children ages 3 to 6 located at Christ the King…More Lutheran Church. An outreach ministry of CTK, Blessed Beginnings is licensed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Under an advisory committee of CTK members, director Gerry Hava oversees the program with help from teachers Lynne Conroy and Brenda Arena, all three of whom are certified by the Department of Early Education and Care. The program runs from the beginning of September through the Friday after Memorial Day and consists of a Tuesday/Thursday half-day (9 - 11:30am) program for 3-year-olds and a Monday-Wednesday-Friday half-day program for 4- and 5-year-olds. There is also a "Stay and Play" program on Thursdays until 12:15pm.