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. Two days a week, we also offer evening tutoring for middle and high school students.
Ofrecemos servicio en español, para mayor información contactar a Karen Sama.
“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 at our center in Egleston Square. We serve the highest-need students in our community and give priority enrollment to students from low-income families and English Language Learners.
If you are interested in signing up (or know anyone else that is), please call us at 617-442-5400. Forms are also available at 826 Boston’s center at 3035 Washington St., Roxbury.
La tutoría después de la escuela opera de lunes a jueves de 3:00 p. m. a 6:30 p. m. para estudiantes de 6 a 18 años de edad. Para más información en español, contacte a Karen Sama.
826 Boston has an evening program for teens! Evening tutoring takes place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM, for students ages 12-18.
During Evening Tutoring, teens work one-on-one with subject-specific tutors on homework, essays, and projects. Evening tutoring is currently fully enrolled, but there is a waitlist for students who are interested in the program. To get on the waitlist, give us a call at 617-442-5400. Interest forms are also available at 826 Boston’s center at 3035 Washington St., Roxbury.
Para registrarse para las tutoría nocturna para estudiantes de 12 a 18 años o para perdir más información en español, contacte a Karen Sama.
of parents reported that their child’s grades improved as a result of coming to 826 Boston.