Summer camps, employment and educational opportunities for Philly’s youth from K-12th grade.
Click on link for info about programs for summer learning and enrichment.
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Mighty Writers is a unique organization that whose mission it is is to help school-aged kids learn the joy of writing. They offer tutoring and writing workshops. 1501 Chrsitian Street. 267.239.0899.
Promoting fairness and quality education in the public school system, and helping families understand and enforce their legal rights, from prompt early intervention services, children whose native language is not English, and children with disabilities- 1315 Walnut Street, 4 th Floor – 215-238-6970
Great resource for families interested in getting help with parenting and helping their child in school. Great brochures and videos.
Office of The School District of Philadelphia that helps English Language Learners Excel. 215-400-4240
Answers all questions related to public education
For ALL languages, click here
• Albanian* – 215 400-8481
• Chinese* – 215 400-8482
• French* – 215 400-8483
• Khmer* – 215 400-8484
• Russian* – 215 400-8485
• Spanish – 215 400-8489
• Vietnamese* – 215 400-8486
The ASPIRA Association promotes the empowerment of the Puerto Rican and Latino community by developing and nurturing leadership, intellectual and cultural potential of its youth so that they may contribute their skills and dedication to the fullest development of the Puerto Rican and Latino community everywhere. Multiple programs for youth development- 4322 N. 5th-215-455-1300
Main phone number for most issues relating to Philadelphia school system- 800-879-2301
The Special Education Consult Line handbook
The Office of Specialized Services (OSS) is committed to the educational, social, physical, and emotional well being of students within the School District of Philadelphia. The OSS provides comprehensive special education, behavioral health, school health, and prevention/intervention programs. 215-400-4170