Homework Help at the Library

During the school year, K-8 students can get no-cost, walk-in, one-on-one homework help in reading and math at the Cincinnati & Hamilton County Public Library.

Homework Help will return to select neighborhood branches at the start of the 2022-23 school year.

Discover Summer

CHPL’s summer learning program for kids and teens has plenty of fun-filled adventures, experiences, and even prizes. Visit one of the Library's 41 neighborhood branches to get your Discover Summer To-Go Pack from June 1 through August 1. Learn more about Discover Summer!

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Homework Help and Tutoring Online

Students (kindergarten through adult) can get no-cost, live online homework help, skills building, writing assistance, test prep help, FAFSA application help, and more from expert tutors on Homework HelpNow, opens a new window.

Live help is available from 2 p.m. - 11 p.m., 7 days a week. If you haven’t used the service before, please read through the Homework HelpNow FAQs.

Homework Help is made possible through the generous support and underwriting of The Library Foundation, opens a new window and the Charles H. Dater Foundation.

Summer Skills Camp

Sharpen your math, science, language arts, and social studies skills with Brainfuse’s Summer Skills Camp, opens a new window. Virtual summer-long learning camps for grades 3-12 are available for free with your library card.

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