Southern Land Company, a multi-faceted real estate developer, has announced the December 4th Grand Opening of Tutoring Club—a full-service educational assistance facility—in Westhaven’s Town Center. The new location will begin offering tutoring services in mid-November, in advance of the official Grand Opening. The Westhaven neighborhood is located three miles west of downtown Franklin on Highway 96 West.
Tutoring Club will be the first licensed tutoring facility on the west side of Franklin. It will be the third child education and development facility to be located within the Westhaven community, joining Pearre Creek Elementary and the Academy of Westhaven, which opens January 2012. This will be the second Williamson County Tutoring Club for owner-operators Tracy and John Stayskal. The first location is in Nolensville, and will continue to serve that community.
“Westhaven Town Center has established itself as a neighborhood retail and restaurant destination,” said Paul Neuroth, SVP of Leasing for Southern Land. “With the addition of tenants such as the Tutoring Club, we are now filling an educational need in the western part of the county. ”
Serving students in grades K-12, Tutoring Club will offer supplemental programs in math, reading, writing, study skills and ACT/SAT prep. The Club will also offer advanced learning opportunities in areas such as geometry, calculus and college prep. Programs are customized to meet the individual needs and grade-level obstacles of each student.
“We look forward to operating our second location in West Franklin,” said Tracy Stayskal, Director at Tutoring Club. “Tutoring can play a crucial role in education. It can help lay the foundation for many kids’ overall approach to learning, and it can also provide a big boost in confidence.”