Welcome to The CERTA Learning Center!

march 2023

Dear Parents/Guardians/Students,

After thirty-seven wonderful years of providing educational services in Williston Park, the directors of the CERTA Learning Center have decided to close the learning center.  We will not be offering summer or fall preparation courses for the 2023 Catholic High School Entrance Examination.

It has been our pleasure to be a part of so many students’ educational endeavors over the years.  We would like to thank all of our past clients for the trust they placed in us to guide their children.

We wish all of you nothing but the best in the future.


The CERTA Learning Center Staff



Located in Williston Park, New York, The CERTA Learning and Research Center has been a staple in the field of education since 1986. With over 30 years of experience, the staff members at CERTA are dedicated to the professional development of educators, business personnel, community leaders, and the important balance of curriculum, instruction, and assessment. CERTA Research Corp. has established a firm foundation in how people learn in order to help individuals become effective communicators and productive members of society.

Have you ever wondered if your child might benefit from instruction in a nontraditional classroom setting?

At the CERTA Learning Center, we feel it is important to teach reading and writing skills in the content areas of science, mathematics, and technology. Our skilled instructors are flexible when it comes to teaching students with differing ability levels. That is why we emphasize both enrichment and remediation. In some cases, parents send their children to CERTA in order to obtain a competitive edge or explore content knowledge that is not being covered in the classroom. In other cases, students come to CERTA because they might be struggling with a particular subject, or perhaps they need additional encouragement. While enhancing knowledge in the content area, students work to improve those skills identified as needing remediation. In doing so, students are given the additional benefit of exposure to these vital subjects.