Our Wellesley, MA location is situated conveniently at the intersection of Route 9 and Route 16, making it an easily accessible center for families located in Wellesley, Weston, Natick, Needham, and the surrounding areas. We work with high schools across the Greater Boston region, including Milton, Wellesley High, Weston High, and more. Our Wellesley center is a lively, bright space that clearly reflects the commitment and dedication our instructors have to their students. Check out our monthly happenings board at the entrance for an idea of what our students have been up to this month; you’ll find projects by students from kindergarten to 12th grade, ranging in subjects from English and Language Arts to mindfulness projects to physics experiments. Wellesley is made to be a space that inspires creativity - you can even write on the walls! A place that clearly fosters learning, we know your child will love coming to our Wellesley center. The main services we offer to our families include:
Math, science, English and language arts, social studies – our instructors at Wellesley will support your child in all areas of academia! Need support in acing your AP or Honors courses? Want to raise your grade for the term? Axiom’s committed faculty will help you achieve your child’s goal of success. Please call us today to learn more!
Every child is unique, and every child has a unique learning style. At Axiom LearningTM in Wellesley, we understand that not every child learns the same, and at the same time, that not every child is given the proper tools for success. That’s where we come in. We strive to support students with every learning profile, from dyslexia to ADD/ADHD to executive functioning developmental delays. Ask us about our customized programs designed to help your child realize their full potential.
Axiom’s customized test prep leads the industry in Boston with score increases of over 300 points on the SAT and 8 points on the ACT. With one-on-one instruction, our faculty targets the areas in which your child needs the most support to push their score into competitive levels. Our faculty has graduated from some of the country’s top institutions, including Dartmouth, Harvard, and MIT, giving your child the opportunity to work first hand with individuals who have been through the steps it takes to get into the country’s best schools. Contact us today to schedule a FREE diagnostic and get your child started on the pathway to success.
Working with Axiom Learning gets you more than just the skill of a single instructor – our whole TEAM of talented education faculty work together to create customized, effective lessons for every one of our students. Through the use of our time-tested diagnostic assessments, our support is designed for each individual student to reach their goals in the best way possible. Our process is as follows:
Our customized assessments assess where each student is RIGHT NOW across a wide range of sub-topics. Whether you are getting ready to take the SAT, need targeted support in academic subjects like Math, Science and English or need to understand how your Special Learner can best be supported, our diagnostics point you in the right direction to design the most effective learning plans for your child.
Our diagnostic tools provide our faculty and education team the data we need to design customized learning plans which efficiently address your child's specific deficits, challenge and extend their strengths and focus on the topics and areas they would most benefit from (while also saving time by not wasting valuable time on areas which won't help your child). We revisit these plans a MINIMUM of every 8 weeks to make sure your child's support is always targeting their specific needs in real time.
Supported by our education team, our dedicated faculty members will work with your child to develop the processes and frameworks needed to achieve their objectives. Your faculty members are never alone in helping your child succeed - all of our faculty members meet on a weekly basis to discuss EVERY student’s learning plan and check in with our global education support team at least twice every month to ensure they are using the most effective tools we have available.
You should always know WHAT we are doing with your child and WHY we are doing it. We have the most robust reporting processes in the industry to ensure you are properly informed. We regularly call all of our parents and provide extensive progress reports every semester which provide a great deal of detail and recommendations for each of our students. We are also always happy to meet with you to explain the progress we are seeing and areas of continued focus moving forward.
Hi! My name is Caroline Murphy and I am from Saratoga Springs, New York. Graduating from Duke University with a major in Earth and Ocean Sciences and a minor in Sociology, I have always loved science and working with people and have found teaching at the intersection of those two interests! At an elementary school in Durham, NC and with the Duke Talent Identification Program, I’ve taught many students in a variety of settings. In addition, I worked for MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership, where I learned the importance of meaningful and supportive relationships in students’ lives. Throughout these experiences, I have seen that once students are comfortable, confident, and feel free to ask questions and be themselves, they are best prepared to learn. Each student is unique and can get excited about learning and find success. When I’m not at Axiom, I love being outdoors exploring, hiking, rowing, or skiing, depending on the season and weather. On rainy days, you can find me doing a crossword puzzle, experimenting with art supplies, or attempting to play a new song on the piano. I am so excited to be at Axiom and look forward to working with you and your family!
Hi! My name is Taylor Matthew and I graduated from Wesleyan University with a B.A. in Biology and a certificate in Integrative Genomics Sciences. While at Wesleyan, I worked as a teaching assistant and peer tutor in biology and worked in the Sultan Lab where I studied plastic traits and parental effects in plants. I also spent two summers conducting research at Southern Illinois University and UMass Boston. Before attending Wesleyan, I grew up in Detroit, MI and attended an International Baccalaureate (IB) school, where I received my IB diploma. My teachers always emphasized the application of what we learned in the classroom to what we might encounter in the real world. Learning to use the equations and principles covered in class and apply them to new scenarios was a huge part of IB, and something that I think would benefit many students. At Axiom, I work to incorporate this philosophy into my sessions. When I'm not at Axiom, you can find me reading, hiking, or exploring the city. I look forward to meeting and working with your child!
Hello! My name is Megan Collins and I grew up in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, where I fell in love with theatre and thrived academically. Like many students here at Axiom Learning, I sought to reach my full potential and put my heart into my studies, especially writing and chemistry. I combined these interests into a Bachelor of Science in Behavior and Health at Boston University. Throughout the past few years, I have taught drama and art for Pennsylvania Youth Theatre, directed religious education at Camp Bernadette, and led behavioral development groups at Youth Villages! When working with my students, I aim to highlight the true greatness in each child by using his or her unique experiences and learning styles to help that child discover the path to his or her goals. Forming relationships that lead to growth is my favorite activity on a list that also includes singing and playing guitar in my band, creative writing, reading fantasy novels, obsessing over Survivor, hiking, and contemplating large bodies of water. I cannot wait to get to know your child!
Hi there! My name is Andrew Coronato. I am from Scotch Plains, New Jersey and graduated from Boston College, where I studied English and history. My experience in education began with tutoring my younger brother throughout my adolescence and teaching Sunday school as a student in high school. At Boston College, I continued to develop a passion for educating others by tutoring elementary school students in math, as well as working with adults at the New England Center for Arts and Technology, a culinary school and job training facility. I also taught English as a Second Language for programs at Jackson/Mann School in Boston. Through these roles, I discovered that working one-on-one with students provides the ideal opportunity to bolster their skills. I strive to empower my students so that they will succeed not only in their current classes and upcoming tests but also in the years to come. Outside of Axiom Learning, I love to cook, read, write, and go hiking. I am thrilled to be working with you and your family!