Tutoring Resources

January 7, 2009 at 3:27 pm 4 comments

Many of you are aware of the Homework Help program at Main Library, but here are even more homework help and tutoring resources in Allen County. This list is courtesy of The Literacy Alliance (426.7323, info@fwliteracyalliance.org) and is funded by The Lilly Endowment.

Educational Opportunity Center After School Tutoring
3000 S. Wayne
745.5421

Grades 6-12
Free help with homework and academic skills
Monday- Thursday 3:00 PM- 5:00 PM
Registration form must be completed to attend sessions
Call ahead for availability

Fort Wayne Center for Learning
3310 Mallard Cove Ln.
469.3925

Grades K-12

The Fort Wayne Center for Learning provides the following services:

1.        Intensive, processing-based instruction for children having difficulty with reading, math, comprehension, or visual-motor processing

2.        Academic Independence Management assists students in developing the ability to manage their academic lives by refining their skills in areas such as planning,  time and material organization, studying, test taking, and writing

3.       Customized standardized testing preparation (ISTEP, SAT, ACT, etc.)

4.       Academic testing and evaluation to determine a student’s skill levels

Phone consultations to determine your child’s needs are free of charge.  Services are offered on a sliding fee basis based on a family’s ability to pay.

Greater Fort Wayne 32o Masonic Learning Center for Children
431 W. Berry St.
423.2593, ext. 25

Grades K-12
Specific goal is to teach dyslexic children to read
After school program 4:00- 7:00 PM.
Children attend a minimum of two 50- minute sessions per week
No cost to parent or child.

Homework Hotline
Rose-Hullman Institute of Technology
http://www.askrose.org
877-275-7673

Grades 6-12
Math and science tutoring.
Call with homework, assignment, pencil or pen, paper, textbook (if available), and calculator (if needed) in hand.
Students will be asked to provide their first name and the name of their school.
No charge for services.

The Literacy Alliance
709 Clay St., Ste. 100
426.7323

Adults Only (18+)
One-on-one tutoring
GED preparation
Basic skills study in math, reading, etc.
No charge for services

Noah’s Ark Training Center
324 Dunbar Ln.
745.3335

Birth-18 years
Quality child care and developemental training for children with special needs.
Concentration on self-help skills.
Activities that will keep children and students interested in learning.
Program includes therapeutic exercise, health & safety, measurements, history, math, language, reading, writing, listening, and spelling skills.
Call for service and cost information.

Specialty Tutoring
12603 Coldwater Rd.
637.0144

Grades K-12
Not-for-profit organization created to help children with learning difficulties.
Vision and auditory processing screening.
Intersctive and personalized one-on-one tutoring.
Off-site tutoring by arrangement.
Sliding fees for testing and tutoring.
Regular tutoring fee $30 per hour.

Study Connection
826 Ewing St.
425.7456

Grades K-12
Fort Wayne Community Schools students only
Contact the principal of the school your child attends to determine if a volunteer is available.
Homework help and tutoring services.
No charge for services.

Sylvan Learning Center
10020 Auburn Park Dr.
485.1330
4606 Illinios Rd.
436.2710

Grades K-Adult
List of courses include reading, math, writing, algebra, SAT preparation, ACT, preparation, and more.
Call center for list of current courses and fees.

University of St. Francis
2701 Spring St.
434.7442

Grades 1-12
Saturday clinics
Enrollment required.
Reading and math tutoring.
Call for fees and class times.

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4 Comments Add your own

  • 1. mari the librarian  |  January 7, 2009 at 5:13 pm

    Thanks, Intern Alida, for typing this up. :-)

    Reply
  • 2. acplteens  |  May 1, 2009 at 12:11 pm

    Also:

    East Wayne Street Center, Inc.
    801 East Wayne Street, Fort Wayne, IN 46803 Phone Graphic(260) 422-6502
    The Project Solve Program is and Adult Basic Education program, providing basic literacy skills and preparation for the GED. Classes are held Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:00pm-7:00pm. Free child care and transportation are provided.

    Reply
  • 3. Kim Markey  |  December 1, 2009 at 12:39 pm

    Mari,
    How do I go about adding a little more information about our center? We’re already listed, but I’d like to include more descriptive narrative. It will be short i promise!

    Reply
  • 4. mari the librarian  |  December 2, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    Got it, Kim. Thanks for the update.

    Reply

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