Two new businesses have recently opened in Wilton.

PRIME Tutoring

According to a press release sent to GOOD Morning Wilton, PRIME Tutoring will host their Grand Opening on Saturday, April 25 between 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at 5 River Rd.. State senator Toni Boucher is scheduled to attend.

PRIME Tutoring’s materials describe the program they offer as, “Fun, custom and unique instruction [that] improves confidence, helps with concentration and self-esteem, while strengthening the academic skills that students needs to succeed in school.”

“We take a project-based approach to these programs, with frequent and timely updates to parents.” says Dotty Josh, director of the Wilton location.

Tutoring sessions are offered Monday through Thursday afternoons from 3:30 – 7:30 p.m. and Fridays from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.. Every student begins with a diagnostic assessment to help pinpoint the strengths and weakness of the child. An individualized program is then developed based on the test results and other metrics. Students attend one hour sessions either two or three times a week.

According to a press release, PRIME Tutoring guarantees definite improvement.

“The guarantee takes effect at about 40 sessions of consistent attendance. With weekly progress reports, and other communication they keep parents posted on their child’s activities at the center. If the child does not improve they will provide extra sessions at no charge. Further, they make enrolling and withdrawing stress free as there are no contracts. Tuitions are paid monthly with discounts for siblings.

PRIME Tutoring offers programs for students in grade K-12 in reading, writing, math, algebra, geometry and kindergarten readiness. Additionally, they offer one-to-one PSAT, SAT, ACT, SSAT, ISEE and other test preparation programs.

For further information about their programs, call 203.517.4997 or visit their website.

Starla Nails

Jay Yun, a native of Seoul, Korea, opened Starla Nails this week at 200 Danbury Rd..

Yun, who works alongside his sister, Paige Shepard and an assistant, Jun Hong said in an email to that the salon aims to “offer an intimate, family atmosphere where nail care and related spa services are carried out in a warm and friendly environment, where patrons are encouraged to inquire about Korean culture and dining or pick-up a word or two of perfect Korean. ‘Starla Nails esser man na yo.’ which means “See you at Starla Nails.”