Tutoring near 78205

Tutoring near

San Antonio Community Resource Directory
0.54 miles away, 600 Soledad, San Antonio, TX, 78205 , D1
COVID-19 Notice

This program continues as normal during school closure.

Live Homework Help by professional tutors is available online from 3:00pm to midnight for a variety of subjects in both English and Spanish at mysapl.org/livehomeworkhelp.
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Champion Homes at Vista Verde Apartments.
(210) 223-4796
COVID-19 Notice

With school closures, they have also transitioned to online learning. The reading tutors have provided families with books, activity sheets, and school supplies. They are contacting their students via phone calls and video chat to continue keeping them engaged with reading and help continue their development. For more information, please contact Family Service Reading Tutors at 210- 216-4951.

Family Service reading tutors were placed at partner schools to help students strengthen their literacy.
(210) 216-4951
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for children and youth residing at Haven for Hope.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
As a commitment to Prospera’s youth residents, we offer multiple programs designed to develop the future leaders of tomorrow that are customized per the needs of each community. We believe that healthy development of youth begins with the empowerment from adult mentoring, hands-on activities, and community service., We encourage a positive influence through powerful learning experiences, and concrete skills and lessons. Our service-enriched communities offer Community Learning Centers that host youth programs focused on teaching self-discovery, individual growth, creative versatility, and qualities of leadership. Every aspect of our strategic planning is to cultivate positive elements of security, belonging, freedom, independence, moral values, healthy relationships, personal achievement, and recognition. Youth programs and services include, but are not limited to: • After-School Program • Scholastic Tutoring • Homework Assistance • Youth Mentoring • Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts • Computer Literacy • National/Industry-Sponsored Art Competitions • Skills and Recreational Hobby Groups • Exposure to Educational Institutions and Opportunities • Arts and Crafts Education • Annual Youth Summer Camp • Educational Field Trips • Organized Community Youth Sports Groups
This program is for youth residents of Terraces at Haven for Hope.
Mon-Fri, 9:00am-5:00pm
(210) 375-4090
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Tafolla Middle School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Tafolla Middle School
(210) 978-7930
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at David Crockett Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
David Crockett Academy
1.29 miles away, 703 Howard, San Antonio, TX, 78212 , D1
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Call or email for program details during COVID-19 restrictions.

This class prepares you for the prepare for your upcoming TSI exam.

Special enrollment requirements apply at this site. Call (210) 554-2450 to determine if you are eligible.

Griselda Ornelas Send email
(210) 554-2450
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Douglass Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Douglass Academy
(210) 228-3315
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Artemisia Bowden Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Artemisia Bowden Academy
(210) 738-9770
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Bexar County Juvenile Justice Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Bexar County Juvenile Justice Academy
(210) 335-8500
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Margil Elementary School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Margil Elementary School
(210) 738-9805
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at JT Brackenridge Academy.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
JT Brackenridge Academy
(210) 978-7950
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Sidney Lanier High School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Sidney Lanier High School
(210) 978-7910
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Briscoe Elementary School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Briscoe Elementary School
(210) 228-3305
COVID-19 Notice

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and to provide a safe and healthy learning environment for all students, faculty and staff, we have created a learning and safety plan for the Fall 2020 semester. Find it here.

Find information and resources for Students about COVID-19 and remote learning here.

Find information and resources for Employees about COVID-19 here.

The Victory Center at San Antonio College provides the following services: • Academic Advising • Education Benefit Certification • VA Education Benefits • Hazlewood Exemption • Tuition Assistance • MyCAA • Transition and Career Center (TRAC) • Student Lounge (Den) • Tutoring Center (English and Math) • Veteran Disability Claims Assistance • PTSD Foundation Life Coaching and Support Group • VetSuccess on Campus Counselor (VSOC)
This program serves serve veterans, active duty military, and their families.
Mon-Fri, 8:00am-7:00pm (Closed on Friday in June and July)
COVID-19 Notice

ALL Y branches are temporarily CLOSED and all programs at those locations are suspended due to the City mandate to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but some programs are being offered virtually. Click the Website link below to find available virtual programs.

The Power Scholars Academy program, based on BELL’s evidence-based model, blends rigorous, small-group academic instruction with high-quality camp-like enrichment and community engagement activities.
This program is for students in grades K-8 who are struggling academically and who lack access to summer learning opportunities in their community.
Free
6.1/2 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 6 weeks.
Elisa Felix Send email
(210) 254-0652
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Herff Elementary School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Herff Elementary School
(210) 228-3330
COVID-19 Notice

Due to health concerns, all club activities are canceled. A weekly care package (Club on the Go) that includes household essentials, nutritious snacks, DIY projects and supplies, family resources, and more are available for pickup Thurs 3:00pm-5:00pm at this location.

The Boys & Girls Clubs of San Antonio changes lives through high-quality afterschool and summer programs in a safe, affordable, and fun environment.
BGCSA serves kids ages 6 to 18 years old. Call for membership availability. Transportation is available from Hillcrest Elementary, Bonham Elementary, Briscoe Elementary, Harris Middle School, Brackenridge High School, Burbank High School, Advanced Learning Academy, Fox Tech High School, Cast Tech High School, KIPP Esperanza Elementary, KIPP Aspire Middle School, and KIPP U-Prep High School.
Clubhouse membership is $75 for the school year and $100 for the summer. Teen membership is $25 for the summer. Our SAISD and HISD extended day programs are on a sliding scale fee and require proof of income to verify household income levels.
Afterschool: Mon-Fri, 3:00-7:00pm Summer: Mon-Fri, 7:00am-6:00pm
Send email
(210) 431-7990
COVID-19 Notice

If you need assistance during this crisis, contact (210) 226-6178 to be screened to receive basic needs through St. Stephen’s CARE Center, and Guadalupe Community Center. Both centers remain open during normal business hours to provide food, clothing, and other self-sufficiency services to those who need us most.

The Refugee School Impact Program (RSIP) offers activities that lead to the effective integration and education of refugee children. The RSIP supports impacted school districts with services for refugee children. Students between 5 and 18 years of age participate in activities including: English as a Second Language instruction, after-school tutoring, activities encouraging high school completion and full participation in school activities, summer programs and club activities, parental involvement activities and interpreting services.
Refugee and immigrant children between the ages of 5 and 18 For additional information please contact program director, Elizabeth Vidales at (210) 226-3569 ext 248.
Elizabeth Ortiz
(210) 222-1294
You are enrolled or about to begin an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree Program You are a first-generation college student or would like extra support You are committed to completing your degree
You are enrolled or about to begin an Associate’s or Bachelor’s Degree Program You are a first-generation college student or would like extra support You are committed to completing your degree
You can enroll for free. Thanks to generous donors, our program is completely free for students.
Mon-Thu, 9:00am–8:00pm Fri, 9:00–12:00pm Sat,10:00am–3:00pm Sunday, closed
Kelli Phodes - Executive Director Send email
(210) 432-6123
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at De Zavala Elementary School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
De Zavala Elementary School
(210) 978-7975
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Joel C Harris Middle School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Joel C Harris Middle School
(210) 228-1220
The primary focus is to help elementary students receive help with their Math homework. When their math homework is complete, they receive help with other subjects.
Children
Free
Please call for more information.
This adult education program provides each parent with a comprehensive math education starting with the parent’s current abilities and ending with standardized Algebra 1 competency. This education takes place in a familiar and safe environment, one-on-one by one of their peers that has been through the program. These parents then learn how to teach their children math from pre-kindergarten and onward. PC Math is a two generational program impacting both mother and children. Children are better prepared to enter Pre-K and parents are better prepared to get their High school diploma, GED, or enter college.
Parents
Free
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2.16 miles away, 339 Gabriel, San Antonio, TX, 78202 , D2
COVID-19 Notice

Due to safety concerns, we have suspended all face-to-face events and programs. Some assistance is available. We are working with near east side organizations to meet the needs of our area on a case-by-case basis. Send an email from the website with your request.

We want all children of the neighborhood to succeed in life and in school. To bolster their educational experiences, we offer after school tutoring and homework help during the school year, and a summer reading program where the children read to an adult and write a short report about each book read. The children are given $1.00 for each book completed.
Available to school-age children and youth in and around the East Meadows (formerly Wheatley Courts) area.
Free
Mon–Thu, 3:30–5:00 (both after school and summer reading)
Mel Fechner - Executive Director Send email
(210) 870-4676
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Poe Middle School.
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Poe Middle School
(210) 228-1235
COVID-19 Notice

All schools are closed. If you or someone you know is looking for support for basic needs like food, utilities, or technology assistance, academic resources to support at-home-learning, or resources to support students on a social-emotional level, we have provided links to community and online resources on our website. The links are in three categories: Basic Needs (including internet service), Academic Resources, and Social-Emotional Resources. Please visit our website for more information.

Communities In Schools programs surround students with a community of support, empowering them to stay in school and achieve in life. Our evidence-based approach, adapted to meet each community’s unique needs, is the basis for our success. Basic Needs: A student cannot focus in the classroom if he or she is hungry, cold or tired, or cannot see the board. Site coordinators see to it that students’ basic needs are met each day. Enrichment: Our Site coordinators enroll students in a wide variety of after school and summer programs, field trips and youth conferences to help them gain experience that is essential to meeting college and career goals. Academic Assistance: Our site coordinators work hard to ensure that students have the resources to progress academically. From providing students with tutors to finding and creating quiet spaces where students can study, we do whatever it takes to create an optimal learning environment for our students. Life Skills: Through one-on-one workshops, team building and guest speakers, we work with students to develop social-emotional learning, character education, social skills building, and conflict resolution. Behavioral Interventions: Many of our students face and overcome difficult obstacles in their lives. However, their survival skills aren’t always effective in the classroom or in the workplace. Our program teaches students positive ways to cope with anger, conflict resolution and other strategies to keep them focused on school. Family Engagement: Site coordinators connect families with counselors and social workers to make sure that home is a healthy, nurturing environment where a student can feel safe.
This program is for students at Pershing Elementary School
Communities In Schools Send email
(210) 520-8440
Pershing Elementary School
(210) 738-9820
COVID-19 Notice

ALL Y branches are temporarily CLOSED and all programs at those locations are suspended due to the City mandate to prevent the spread of COVID-19, but some programs are being offered virtually. Click the Website link below to find available virtual programs.

The Power Scholars Academy program, based on BELL’s evidence-based model, blends rigorous, small-group academic instruction with high-quality camp-like enrichment and community engagement activities..
This program is for students in grades K-8 who are struggling academically and who lack access to summer learning opportunities in their community
Free
6 1/2 hours per day, 5 days per week, for 6 weeks.
Edna Castillo-Saucedo Send email
(210) 445-3893