Our educational programs support Latino students in grades PreK-12 and our supplemental services support the entire family. We encourage you to watch this brief video to learn about the many opportunities available.
The Access Program supports families searching for school options. The program includes bilingual workshops, school fairs, and individualized consultation to inform families about school options and prepare them for the admissions process.
The LISTO College Preparation program seeks to remove common barriers to higher education by increasing college readiness and helping students and their families navigate the complex college admission and financial aid process. The program offers afterschool workshops and intensive, week-long summer programs to students in grades 9-12.
The LSF provides financial aid stipend and education-related support through our Scholars Program. The Scholars Program includes mentoring, workshops on higher education, and support for students and their families.
Created in 2016 as part of the DC Mayor’s Empowering Males of Color initiative, Te Guio is a mentoring program designed to create opportunities for male youth in DC who lack the familial or economic resources to succeed. The program teaches youth about the importance of going to college, providing them with a mentor to lead them through the college application process, in order to create a new generation of empowered males.
The Tutoring Program provides free support and academic assistance to Washington metropolitan area students. We offer breakfast and individualized tutoring help to students from Pre-K through 12th grade in math and English. The program also provides supplemental classes in English and computer literacy to family and community members.