The Fluency Factory

132 Chief Justice Cushing Highway (Route 3A) Cohasset, MA 02025

Over 12 years experience helping students achieve their academic goals. We're proud of our proven success, and we love what we do.

The Fluency Factory is a tutoring center in Cohasset, MA helping to support students in reading, math, science, English and English composition.

Research Based Tutoring in All Subjects, Test Preparation including ISEE, SSAT, HSPT, SAT, and ACT, Intensive Catch-Up, Accelerated Learning and Special Education Programs for K-12 Students.

Hours:  Weekdays Noon -  8:30pm (Friday Until 5:30pm), Saturdays 8am - Noon


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Phone:  (781) 749-7400 or (781) 383-8000

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Building Students'
Skills and Confidence through Fluency.

The Fluency Factory - Tutoring in All Subjects for K-12 Students.

How we teach is as important as what we teach. Our approach to learning promotes fluency in subject material and improved self confidence.

It's both gratifying and empowering for students to view the progress they've made from one tutoring session to the next.


We always chart each student's performances and share their progress with them, furthering the kind of self confidence that spills into the classroom and helps each student flourish.


Our professional teaching staff helps students become fluent in:  Reading, Composition, Math and Sciences. Our test preparation approach helps students achieve significant increases in Standardized Testing scores.


Give us a call or stop by, we'd love to learn more about your student's needs.

Congratulations to our First Annual Essay Contest Winners!

1st Place:
Cleo Falvey

Cell Phones for
Children, Vital
or Voluntary.

Cleo is now a Junior at Brookline High School.

2nd Place:
Sydney Paul

High Schoolers +
Cell Phones =
A Smart Idea .

Sydney is a
Sophomore at Rising
Tide Public Charter
High School and lives in Pembroke.

3rd Place:
Callie Helfrich

Cell Phones
or Nah?

Callie is a senior at Hingham High School and is also a previous prize winner.

2015 Essay Contest Question:  “When should students be allowed to have cell phones?
Elementary school? Middle school? High school? ”

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