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 health and wellness services, After-School enrichment programming, mental health services and parent education classes. We also have countless other partners, including community volunteers and an active PTO, that focus on the whole student throughout their journey with us.
Partnerships are carefully chosen following Parameters for Partnerships, formally stated in a Memorandum of Understanding, monitored for impact on desired student outcomes using the Learning Partner Dashboard and supported and managed by the Resource Coordinator. Community partners are determined, recruited and engaged to meet the specific and unique needs of our school community through an evaluation process called REFORM.
Mt. Washington Community Learning Center has over 130 organizations providing a wide range of services. To learn more about how your company or organization can become a Community Learning Center partner or volunteer, please contact Ilene Hayes at (513) 363-3835 or via email.
4C for Children — Works to improve the quality, availability, affordability and accessibility of child care.
2100 Sherman Ave #300 Cincinnati, OH 45212
American Legion Post 484 — Located in Mount Washington and sponsors or participates in many community-oriented activities.
1837 Sutton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce — Includes information about the community and local businesses directory.
7850 Five Mile Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Anderson Hills United Methodist Church — Reaches out to all who are searching for a community of faith through worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry and evangelism.
7515 Forest Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45255
Archbishop McNicholas High School — A parochial high school in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati, Ohio. The school was opened in 1951 and named in honor of John T. McNicholas, fifth bishop and third Archbishop of Cincinnati.
6536 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Beech Acres Parenting Center — Connects Greater Cincinnati parents to programs, classes, and resources to help them raise amazing kids.
3325 Glenmore Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45211
Children's Home of Cincinnati — Thanks to the Children's Home of Cincinnati, more than 6000 children at risk are overcoming their social, behavioral and learning challenges every year.
5050 Madison Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45227
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center — Serves infants to adolescents and is an international leader in pediatric health care, research and education.
3333 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Cincinnati Health Department — Works to improve the health and wellness of Cincinnati citizens every minute of every day.
3101 Burnet Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45229
Cincinnati Parks — Has been rated ‘excellent’ by the Trust for Public Land for leveraging and finding funding sources that allows us to conserve and maintain our beautiful parks. Cincinnati Parks ensures that everyone enjoys close-to-home access to a park, playground, or natural area.
950 Eden Park Drive, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (CYC) — Empowers vulnerable children and young adults to overcome obstacles and succeed in education, career, and life.
301 Oak St, Cincinnati, OH 45219
CincySmiles Foundation — Established in 1909, plays a critical role in oral health of those who live in Greater Cincinnati.
635 W 7th St #309, Cincinnati, OH 45203
Community Learning Center Institute — Leads the ongoing engagement of the Greater Cincinnati community in the development of all schools as community.
8450 Arborcrest Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45236
Daughters of the American Revolution — An organization with a deeply rich history while also being truly relevant in today's world.
1776 D Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20006
Duke Energy — Supplies and delivers energy to approximately 7.4 million U.S. customers in the Southeast and Midwest as the largest electric power holding company in the United States.
Forest Hills Journal — A weekly publication that covers local news, sports, business, jobs, and community events in Anderson Township and is distributed free of charge. The newspaper is part of Enquirer Media, providers of local news and information for the greater Cincinnati and northern Kentucky region. The group's flagship publication is the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Freestore Foodbank — Supports families and children in our Cincinnati Tri-State area thanks to your contributions and support.
112 E Liberty St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Guardian Angels School — A parochial, Roman Catholic school in Mt. Washington that was awarded an NCLB Blue Ribbon of Excellence in 2007 by the board of education.
6539 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Karen Carns Foundation — Pledges that a child will never be removed from his or her environment of a private elementary or high school education due to a life-changing event that affects the family's financial situation.
4600 N. Mason Montgomery Rd, Mason, OH 45040
Keep America Beautiful — A non-profit organization whose network of local, statewide and international affiliate programs inspire and educate people to take action every day to improve and beautify their community environment.
Laffalot Summer Camps LLC — Offers kids 6-12 years old a week of fun-filled activities led by well-trained counselors that will leave them smiling, exhausted and ecstatic. Helping kids have fun for over 25 years, Laffalot offers 50 different camps serving over 1,500 campers each year in locations stretching from Northern Kentucky north through Greater Cincinnati all the way to Toledo, Ohio.
3247 Brinton Trail, Cincinnati, OH 45241
Leave No Child Inside — A collaboration of individuals and organizations working to connect Greater Cincinnati’s children with nature for their physical, mental and emotional health with a vision for a world in which all children play, learn and grow with nature in their everyday lives.
16 Corbin Drive Cincinnati, Ohio 45208
Luxottica OneSite Vision Center & Tower Optical — Provide free eye exams and glasses for eligible students. Students are screened at school and parents will be notified if their child is in need of vision services. Students who need vision services are transported to the OneSite Vision Center to receive an eye exam. If the child needs glasses, a prescription will be given to the family, which can be filled locally at Tower Optical. Those students who don’t have vision insurance can have a free eye exam at Tower Optical and will receive glasses at no charge.
Luxottica OneSite Vision Center
4000 Luxottica Place, Mason, OH 45040
2057 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Macy's — Has the latest fashion brands on women's and men's clothing, accessories, jewelry, beauty, shoes, home furnishings & housewares.
Mercy Health — A premier healthcare provider with more than 80 network locations throughout Cincinnati. Mercy Health has been serving Greater Cincinnati neighborhoods for more than 160 years.
MindPeace — Works to align the partners, the infrastructure, and the processes for children's mental health solutions. In collaboration with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, the Hamilton County Mental Health and Recovery Services Board, the Community Learning Center Institute, and other key community partners, increasing children's access to quality mental health services became our goal.
5642 Hamilton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45224
Morgan Stanley — Provides financial advice for the global needs of our clients.
Atrium Two 22 Fl, 221 E 4th St, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Mt. Washington Baptist Church — A family in ministry. Discover our mission, and your place in it.
2021 Sutton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Mt. Washington Community Council, Inc. — Formed in 1925, with a mission to educate all residents of the actions of the City of Cincinnati that impact Mt. Washington, inform the City’s governing agencies of the views and opinions of the residents, and to empower our residents to enhance the quality of life in Mt. Washington.
P.O. Box 30387, Cincinnati, OH 45230-0387
Mt. Washington Community Urban Redevelopment Corporation — Works to make Mount Washington a better and safer community to live. Let the community support the business district and the business district support the community.
P.O. Box 30189, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230
Mt. Washington Educational Arts, The Educational Arts Center — Provides a learning center and preschool that believes that every child is unique and will grow at his or her own pace. Our teachers spend time nurturing children's strengths and encouraging them.
2127 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Mt. Washington Presbyterian Church — Located in Anderson Township. All are welcome: children, youth and adults.
6474 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Mt. Washington Branch of The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County — Located on the corner of Beechmont Avenue and Campus Lane (at the water tower). The entrance to the parking lot is on the Campus Lane side of the building. The branch is served by Metro routes 24 and 30X.
2049 Beechmont Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45230.
Mt. Washington Recreation Center — Provides recreational art, sports, and exercise opportunities for participants of all ages.
1715 Beacon St, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Mt. Washington United Methodist Church — Invites you to come as you are; leave refreshed! We offer a blended service at 10 a.m. on Sunday mornings. We offer something for everyone!
6365 Corbly Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) — Provides national and world leadership to prevent workplace illnesses and injuries.
5555 Ridge Rd R12, Cincinnati, OH 45213
Parkside Christian Church — A community of Christ-followers who love God, love people, and who help others do the same.
6986 Salem Pike, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Prus Construction — Our employees and customers are all part of a larger community that doesn't succeed without everyone's help. That's why we take community involvement so seriously. Each year, you will see Prus Employees out supporting causes that matter. People Working Cooperatively, Adopt a Class, Little League Baseball, and Boy Scouts of America all receive support through donations of our talent, time, and treasure. We are respected for our high-quality work and have become the contractor of choice for many municipalities across the region.
5325 Wooster Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45226
Remke Markets — A supermarket chain where you can shop for groceries with our meal planning solutions, save hundreds of dollars with printable coupons and find all recipes and meal ideas.
5218 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Salem Community Church — Bible-based but that by no means suggests that we are close-minded or pushy or judgmental. We believe that the Bible has a message for the people of today. Sunday worship: 9:15am & 10:45am.
6137 Salem Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Turpin High School — A public high school in Anderson that serves grades nine through twelve in the Forest Hills School District.
2650 Bartels Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45244
United Way's Emerging Leaders — Group where philanthropic-minded young professionals help create a better community for those in Greater Cincinnati. United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
2400 Reading Road Cincinnati, OH 45202
University of Cincinnati — Founded in 1819, offers success by providing a balance of academic excellence, real-world experience and collaborative research. UC is a comprehensive public research university in Cincinnati, Ohio, and a part of the University System of Ohio.
2600 Clifton Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45220
University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music — The performing arts college of the University of Cincinnati and is one of the nation's leading music conservatories offering facilities for professional training and exceptional education on which the future of the arts relies.
Mary Emery Hall, PO Box 210003, Cincinnati OH 45221
U.S. Bancorp — Helps you bank smarter with online banking, bill pay, checking accounts, savings accounts, bank loans, and student loans.
7350 Beechmont Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45230
Whiz Kids — City Gospel Mission tutoring initiative, is a literacy-based, one-to-one tutoring and mentoring program that has been recognized as a “Best Practice Program” by the Ohio Governor’s office.
1805 Dalton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45214
Zion Lutheran Church — Church of the Risen Savior is a member of the Lutheran Church.
1175 Birney Ln, Cincinnati, OH 45230