About CTDC

Our Coalition

CityTutor DC partners with 90+ schools, tutoring providers, colleges/universities, and community-based organizations to expand the scope and impact of quality tutoring opportunities for DC’s students. We aim to support Kindergarten through 12th grade public school students with high-impact tutoring.

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DC Public and Public Charter Schools

CityTutor DC has supported nearly half of DC’s public and public charter schools both in their design work to integrate HIT into their school schedules and in building connections with provider partners.

Design Sprint

Our Design Sprints are a multi-week learning series that support school teams in designing and implementing high-impact tutoring into their intervention work during the school day. We have had 80 schools participate in Design Sprints thus far.

Interested in learning more or applying for a future cohort? Contact Deidra Bailey (dbailey@citybridge.org).

Our Design Sprint Alumni

80+ schools have participated in Design Sprints so far and we look forward to hosting more in the future!

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CityTutor Hubs

What are CityTutor Hubs?

CityTutor Hubs are after school sites run by community-based organizations where DC students can receive HIT in addition to other non-academic supports for their overall well-being (i.e. sports, art, music, etc.). CityTutor DC collaborates with the Hubs, providing funding, training, tools, and support to ensure Hubs are successful in their service to DC students. The community-based organizations build on their trusting relationships with students, families, and communities to create engaging, safe environments for learning and growth.

Why CityTutor Hubs?

After CityTutor DC consulted with various partners, families, and other stakeholders, we realized students needed options for tutoring support beyond the classroom. Washington, DC is filled with youth development community-based organizations that we felt would be powerful partners in providing students with HIT within their own communities where they already have trusting relationships and feel belonging. CityTutor DC sees this as a way to build the capacity of community-based organizations, adding research-based academic interventions to the great work they already do.

2022-2023 Hubs

Hubs Map

Select a highlighted ward to view our CityTutor Hubs providers.

Hubs Map
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Ward 1

Latin American Youth Center

Tutoring students at Rita Bright Center in Ward 1


Tutoring students at Tubman Elementary in Ward 1

Ward 4

DC Scores

Tutoring students at Center City - Petworth in Ward 4

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Higher Achievement DC

Tutoring students at Ida B. Wells Middle School in Ward 4

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The Fishing School

Tutoring students at John Lewis Elementary in Ward 4

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Ward 5

DC Scores

Tutoring students at Center City - Trinidad in Ward 5

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The Fishing School

Tutoring students at Langley Elementary in Ward 5

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Ward 6

DC Scores

Tutoring students at Center City - Capital Hill in Ward 6

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Tutoring students at Greenleaf Community Center in Ward 6

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Higher Achievement DC

Tutoring students at Eliot-Hine Middle School in Ward 6

Ward 7

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Tutoring students at Richard England Clubhouse 14 in Ward 7

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Ward 8

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Tutoring students at FBR Club @THEARC in Ward 8

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Previous Hubs

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Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Washington

Tutored students in Ward 5, 7, and 8 at multiple KIPP DC Locations, Turner Elementary School, and Perry Street Prep PCS



Tutored students in Ward 5 and 7 at Center City PCS- Trinidad and Center City PCS- Capitol Hill

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The Fishing School

Tutored students at CW Harris and Drew Elementary Schools

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Tutored students in the GOODZone in Ward 6

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Higher Achievement DC

Tutored students at Meridian Public Charter Middle School in Ward 1

Horton’s Kids​

Tutored students at Wellington Parks and Stanton Oaks Community Centers in Ward 8

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Mary's Center

Tutored students at Tubman Elementary School in Ward 1


Reading Partners

Tutored students experiencing housing instability at Terrell House, a short-term family housing facility in Ward 1

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Serve Your City/Ward 6 Mutual Aid

Tutored students in Ward 6 at Faith Tabernacle Church

Tutoring Partners

CityTutor DC maintains a list of providers we have reviewed against key standards for high-impact tutoring. The providers can work directly with school partners.

DC Schools
CityTutor Hubs
Tutoring Partners