After-School Writing & Tutoring Program
With individualized support, students complete homework, practice sustained reading, and tackle creative writing projects.
Four days a week, 826 Boston’s main tutoring center in Egleston Square hums with activity. Students work one-on-one with trained tutors to complete homework, read aloud, and embark on publishing their writing in chapbooks and full-length collections. We’ve since grown to offer evening and weekend tutoring.
“I’m amazed at how competent they are as readers and writers now and how independent they’ve become when it comes to getting their homework done.”
-Ubah, after-school parent
826 Boston’s after-school tutoring program operates Monday through Thursday from 3:00-6:00 PM for students ages 6-18. We serve the highest-need students in our community and give priority enrollment to students from low-income families and English Language Learners.
Please note: This program will restart in September. At this time we are re-enrolling families from the 2016-2017 school year. When new spots become available, students are chosen by lottery. To fill out an interest form for consideration, please download our after-school interest form.
826 Boston will be offering monthly workshops that focus on topics such as college preparedness, financial literacy, and creative writing. These workshops will be happening at our Egleston Square site from 1-3pm.
The schedule and topics for these workshops is listed below:
Enrollment for these workshops is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. To register for one of these workshops please click here.
826 Boston has a new teen evening tutoring program! Evening tutoring takes place on Wednesdays from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm, for students ages 12-18.
During Evening Tutoring, teens work one-on-one with subject-specific tutors on homework, essays, and projects. To enroll in the program, students submit a one-time application, then sign up for slots on a week-to-week basis. For more information, please email Leah Cotton.
of parents reported that their child’s grades improved as a result of coming to 826 Boston.