SOURCE: Harvard Learning Centers, Inc.

April 19, 2007 09:06 ET

Harvard Learning Centers' Board of Directors Votes to Donate Proceeds From "Future All Stars Football Camp" to Virginia Tech

BOCA RATON, FL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- April 19, 2007 -- The Board of Directors of Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: HVLN) announced today that it had voted in last night's meeting to donate 100% of its share of its proceeds from the "Future All Stars Football Camp" taking place the weeks of June 11-15 and June 18-22, at West Boca High School, Boca Raton, Florida, to Virginia Tech. The "Future All Stars Football Camp," announced yesterday, is to be run by former Virginia Tech star athletes, and Harvard Learning Center's "T.J." Jackson who founded ASAP Athletics, Inc., acquired by Harvard Learning Centers this month.

Donald Platten, President of the Harvard Learning Centers, stated, "The 'Future All Stars Football Camp' is a marvelous program that we thank T.J. and his fellow former Virginia Tech star athletes for making possible. Because of recent events, it is appropriate as a corporate citizen that we do what we can to assist the university."

About The Harvard Learning Centers, Inc.

The Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. offers training programs for both the mind and body of teenagers and young adults. Historically, its operations have focused on offering SAT-ACT test preparations that help high school students succeed ( SAT and ACT are standardized tests used by most U.S. colleges and universities for admission and placement decisions and scholarship eligibility. For SAT-ACT test preparation, the Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. offers classroom and online courses along with private tutoring. Earlier this month, the Harvard Learning Centers, Inc. acquired BSA Athletics, Inc., an early-stage sports training and fitness company, whose name reflects its focus on "Boxing" as well as the development of "Speed" and "Agility" in its students.

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