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Homework Help at the Library

Summary: Seattle Public Library’s free after-school tutoring service, Homework Help, is available at multiple branches around the city.

Seattle Public Library’s Homework Help Is Back 

As students enter the school year, The Seattle Public Library is here to help. Starting the week of Sept. 19, the library’s free after-school tutoring service, Homework Help, is returning to the Columbia, Douglass-Truth, High Point, Lake City, New Holly, and Rainier Beach branches. Each of these branches will offer Homework Help sessions one or two afternoons a week.  

At Homework Help, trained volunteer tutors help students in kindergarten through 12th grade with their homework and academic coaching. If you don’t have homework, you can read and play learning enrichment games with a tutor. No reservations are needed; drop by during Homework Help hours.  

Find the Seattle Public Library Homework Help schedule for each branch.

Students can also continue to access free one-on-one virtual tutoring through the library’s Tutor.com service in English, Spanish, and Vietnamese seven days a week. Find out more.

See you at the library! 

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