We are very proud to be a Community Learning Center that provides services to engage, educate and support our students, their families and our community. We have partners on site that provide an array of services. We also have countless other partners, including community volunteers, that focus on the whole student throughout their journey with us.

To learn more about how your company or organization can become a Community Learning Center partner or volunteer, please contact Ms. Eboni Bonner at (513) 363-5900 or via email.

Our Partners

Activities Beyond the Classroom

Soccer and tennis programs during after-school hours

Adopt A Class

Adopt A Class connects businesses and civic groups, as mentors, with students in schools with high percentages of poverty. Each month, adopters visit our school to conduct monthly mentoring with educational activities, field trips, and pen palling that focus particularly on college & career, STEM, and life skills. Adopt A Class serves students Pre-K through 8th grade, exposing students to a breadth of experiences and careers, while sparking a culture of teamwork among the mentors. Learn more about our partnership.

Beech Acres

Toyota Family Learning Program with Parents weekly

Cincinnati Health Department

Health services; provides one full-time nurse

Cincinnati Youth Collaborative

Mentoring for students

I Dream Academy

Working with in-school suspension as well as students that are identified as being "followers" or on the cusp of behavior problems

M.O.R.E Program – Men, Organized, Respectful and Educated

Build leadership and supports the male students in the building


Providing classroom activities as well as an after-school component for entrepreneurship for grades 5 and 6

Neediest Kids of All

Assists students with basic necessities such as coats, hats, uniforms, eyeglasses and shoes; through donations and fundraisers

Talbert House

Provides services that focus on prevention to help students overcome social barriers and stay in class ready to learn; they provide services such as grief counseling, peer mediation and therapy; Talbert House is the lead agency at the school and as such provides resource coordination; provides one full-time therapist and one full-time prevention specialist

Westwood First Presbyterian Church

Provides Whiz Kids program, backpack donations for beginning of the school year

Westwood United Methodist Church

Tutoring, volunteering for one-time events, backpack donations for beginning of the school year

YMCA of Greater Cincinnati

Provides after school program through 21st Century Grant