After-School Tutoring & Writing is available at two locations:

Park Slope: Monday through Thursday in two sessions (Session I: 3:00-4:30pm for 1st-5th grades & Session II: 4:30-6:00pm for 6th-12th grades)
826NYC Secret Library behind the Brooklyn Superhero Supply Company
372 Fifth Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11215
Accessible via F, G, R stop at Fourth Ave. and 9th St.

Williamsburg: Monday through Thursday 3:00-5:30pm for all grades in two sessions (Session I: 2:30-4:00pm & Session II: 4:00pm – 5:30pm)
826NYC Satellite Location in the Williamsburg Library
240 Division Ave.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Accessible via the J, M, Z stop at Marcy or the G stop at Broadway

A Note About After-School Tutoring & Writing

We use a registration model for our after-school tutoring program. We have a limited amount of space for students and prioritize returning students, students who need academic support, and families that demonstrate financial need.

Applying for the 2019 – 2020 School Year

Parents, if you are interested in registering your child for tutoring in Park Slope, please complete the following application: Park Slope AST 2019-2020 Application. Please note: if your student is in grades 1-5 they will be on the waitlist for Session I (3:00-4:30pm) if they are in grades 6-12, they will be on the waitlist for Session II (4:30-6:00pm).

If you would like to register your child for tutoring in Williamsburg, please complete the following application: Williamsburg AST 2019-2020 Application. Please note that we have two sessions in Williamsburg: 2:30-4:00pm 4:00-5:30pm. Pending availability and your students’ schedule, they will be placed on the waitlist for one of the two sessions.

We will notify you via email or phone in August 2019 if you have qualified for a space in the Park Slope or Williamsburg weekday program. Please note that if you have signed up for the wait list prior to May 22, 2019, you will need to sign up again to be considered for the program. 

After-School Tutoring and Writing Guidelines
826NYC offers tutoring centers where students may come to work on and receive assistance with school or individual work. Although students are encouraged to feel at home while in the center, they are expected to have homework to do when they arrive. They are also expected to be respectful of their surroundings. We reserve the right to ask students we feel are being disruptive to leave. Please understand that 826NYC’s tutoring program should not be considered an alternative to daycare or babysitting services.

The program is also closed in accordance with the Department of Education calendar and emergency closing decisions. If school is closed in the event of a snowstorm, hurricane, or other event, we will also close.