Offers free tutoring sessions as well as preparation for the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT) in a faith-based envrionment that serves at-risk youth.
3480 Refugee Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
The Kids Club is an after school and summer program for elementary youth Monday through Friday at Clinton Heights Lutheran Church. The program helps improve academic performance and provides recreational activities for kids. The program is not limited to children in the Clintonville-Beechwold area but often has a waiting list. The program is free, however there is one registration fee per family.
14 West Lakeview Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43202
Offers free basic reading and writing classes, GED classes, literacy learning courses and English classes through several organizations. Check their online schedule of events for a comprehensive listing of courses.
96 South Grant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 645-2ASK or (614) 645-2275
Offers academic programs and a safe place to learn and play after school and during the summer for a very low cost. Capital University students provide homework help, and programs are offered in anger management, substance abuse, violence prevention and recreation.
Offers free programs and homework help for youth ages 7 to 18 Monday through Friday until 8 p.m. during the school year. They also offer dance, theatre, music, art and summer programs.
1066 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43201
The after school and summer programs prepare children ages 5-13 for proficiency tests, provide homework help, give health information, train youth in computer skills and organize soccer clubs.
Offers a variety of programs for youth, including personal tutoring, preparation for standardized tests and youth mentoring.
3480 Refugee Road, Columbus, Ohio 43232
Provides year-round programs, including a free after school program, tutoring services and internship opportunities for students with physical, sensory or learning disabilities.
85 South Clarendon Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43223
Free online educational videos on all topics K-12. Learn at your own pace.
Latino students ages 6 to 12 can participate in free after school educational programs throughout the school year and during the summer months. Instructors speak Spanish and English.
3556 Sullivant Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204
(614) 840-9934 or (614) 275-1755
Offers several after school and mentoring programs for youth, including a program for foster kids ages 5 to 21, a money management program for youth and an after school tutoring program.
1062 Wilson Road, Columbus, Ohio 43206
One in five kids has serious difficulties learning to read. With early identification and a lot of help, however, children can do well. Through the U.S Department of Education, Reading Rockets provides many resources for families, including help for stuggling readers, help for kids with dyslexia, literacy apps, webcasts, common core information, booklists, reading classes and more.
WETA Public Television
2775 South Quincy Street, Arlington, Virginia 22206
This free program focuses on academic achievement in the areas of math and reading for students in grades 1 though 8. Program participants receive tutoring, proficiency test preparation and personal development during the school year and summer.
After school programs, summer programs, developmental groups and tutoring are provided for at-risk youth living in the Linden area.
1500 East 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43219
Offers after school tutoring help to students in kindergarten to 12th grades on Monday nights. They also have a program called Cross Town Kids on Friday evenings.
888 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43206
Offers a faith-based after school arts program that is open and free to children in grades 1 to 5 on Wednesday afternoons. Columbus Public Schools provides bus transportation from a select number of elementary schools, and homework help is provided.
61 South Powell Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43204