Become a Student

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  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Everyday Math
  • Digital Skills

Classes and tutoring are FREE
for adults 18 and over.

Get Started:

  1. Call 804-288-9930
  2. Take an Assessment
  3. Attend Orientation
  4. Start a Class or Meet your Tutor

Students Agree to:

  • Be on time
  • Be prepared for each session
  • Commit to attend class twice per week, or meet with a tutor at least once per week

Read Agrees To:

  • Keep information confidential
  • Provide support and monitor progress
  • Provide a place to learn

Students Must:

  • Be 18 years old or older
  • Set achievable and measurable goals
  • Commit to the program

Academic Calendar:

Class Locations:


Community Resources

General information:

RVAStrong: Centralized support information for Richmond. Click this link if you need or want help.

United Way Central Virginia: Dial 211 or click here for more information.

Food assistance:

Central Virginia Food Bank and Feed More: 804-521-2500 or

Unemployment assistance:

Virginia Employment Commission:  1-866-832-2363 or

Career Works: a list of employers who are currently hiring in Virginia.

Health Insurance assistance:

Healthcare marketplace:  1-800-318-2596   or

Economic Stimulus payments:

Click here for more information

Educational Resources

Click here for a fun way to practice typing skills.

Wonder of the Day posts a new article each day for all ages.

Time for Kids articles are not just for kids!

 WebMath lets you brush up on your math skills and choose your level.

Student Spotlight