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About us

Offering specialized instruction for students who are struggling in learning to read, foundational math, and written language skills in one to one or small group setting is what we are about. Meet Director Jacqueline Egli, M Ed, the person behind the programs.


Our programs, at the Tutoring Center are each unique, and are carefully outlined and executed to assist each of our students needs. Because each student is different and has individual abilities and disabilities, our Programs are each adapted and catered to meet each child's goals in tutoring. Learn more about each of our Bridges to Learning Programs.   

Meet our staff

Our staff is one of the main reasons we are successful. The staff at Bridges to Learning are trusted, trained and eager to make it their goal to have every student enrolled into any of our programs succeed. Meet and learn just a little bit about each of these unique individuals.

Contact us

We are now accepting registrations for

Summer Learning Camp 2023 Weeks of June 12–July 28th, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Space is limited so please contact us to get your child registered today!

Friday, August 2, 2024

Families who are currently homeschooling their child, or considering homeschooling their child who had/has an IEP are eligible to apply for funding from the state of NC and use the funds toward therapy, tutoring and more. For more information about the NCSEAA+ program please join the Coffee and Conversation event at Bridges to Learning Tutoring Center on August 2, 2024 at 10:00 am. See you there! Please RSVP.


RSVP by clicking this link (which initiates an email).


Key words to know...


Provide intensive interventions to build critical skills so a student can achieve success. Students are evaluated and will participate in specially designed instruction aligned with their specific learning needs.

Close the Gap

Provide targeted instruction to close the gap in reading for students who have experienced a lag in learning due to disruption caused by school closures during the pandemic.


Provide advanced instruction in key skills in reading. Students who are gifted and talented may

benefit from working with state of the art instructional tools that advance their processing, and strengthen their working memory, vocabulary and comprehension.

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Student at the learning center showing off her improved skills necessary for sounding out words during reading.

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