The Tutoring program aims to improve the success of students in the Charlottesville and Albemarle County public schools by providing personal academic attention and establishing meaningful relationships with UVA tutors. Students work one-on-one or in small groups with their tutor, where they work on a range of subjects including English, Math and ESL. Tutoring takes place primarily during the school day for elementary and middle schools and in after-school programs for high schools.

 

What will volunteers do?

Volunteers will be matched with a student of small group of students and will meet with them once a week to work on school subjects that need extra attention. Volunteers can expect to establish a relationship with their students and to see academic improvement throughout the semester.

 

When?

Times vary upon location. Transportation will be provided via carpool.

 

How can I get involved?

Registration begins August 22, 2017. Click the "Register to Volunteer with Tutoring" link in the upper left-hand column of this page, and fill out the corresponding application. 

After submitting the form, a Program Director will contact you with further information. 

 

Our Community Partners

For more detailed information about an individual site listed below, click here.

  • Greer Elementary
  • Hollymead Elementary School
  • Jackson-Via Elementary
  • Jack Jouett Middle School
  • Monticello High School
  • Stone Robinson Elementary
  • Sutherland Middle School
  • Walker Upper Elementary
  • Woodbrook Elementary
  • Agnor-Hurt Elementary School
  • Albemarle High School
  • Broadus Wood Elementary School
  • Buford Middle School
  • Burley Middle
  • Burnley-Moran Elementary School
  • Cale Elementary
  • Clark Elementary
  • Charlottesville High School