Adopt A Class
Adopt A Class connects businesses and civic groups, as mentors, with students in schools with high percentages of poverty. Each month, adopters visit our school to conduct monthly mentoring with educational activities, field trips, and pen palling that focus particularly on college & career, STEM, and life skills. Adopt A Class serves students Pre-K through 8th grade, exposing students to a breadth of experiences and careers, while sparking a culture of teamwork among the mentors. Learn more about our partnership.
Conducted in partnership with Co-Stars daily from 3:00-6:00 in conjunction with Community Learning Center Institute who offered targeted enrichment support.
Al Hampton Mentoring Program
The Hampton Mentor/Tutor Program is an academic program that pairs mentors with students.
Mental Health provider.
CELC Schiff Early Learning Center
The center provides children aged six weeks to 5 years with the best in early childhood education in a full-day childcare setting.
Cincinnati Youth Collaborative (CYC) Jobs for Cincinnati Graduates (JCG)
JCG is an elective class offered to students in grades 10-12 and online students that focuses on job and career readiness.
City of Cincinnati Health Department, Oyler School-Based Health Center
The Oyler School-Based Health Center staff includes a school health assistant, a casework associate, a nurse practitioner and a registered nurse.
Community Learning Center Institute
The Community Learning Center Institute is a national leader in turning public schools into hubs of educational, recreational, cultural, health and civic partnerships.
CYC College Access
CYC guides students through the college planning process.
Delta Dental Center
The Delta Dental Center at Oyler, run by the Cincinnati Health Department and the Cincinnati Dental Society's Oral Health Foundation, serves children from birth to 18 years of age from Oyler School and the surrounding community.
Freestore Foodbank Oyler Choice Pantry
Families and students in grades 7-12 who are food insecure on a regular basis can shop for food.
GRAD Cincinnati guides students through the college and career planning process.
The clothing closet is designed to meet the basic clothing needs of Oyler students in grades K-12.
Operated by the Cincinnati Health Department, the OneSight Vision Center at Oyler School provides access to comprehensive eye exams, glasses fittings, adjustments and medical eye care.
Power Pack Program
Power Packs are weekend sacks of food sent home with students in grades PreK-6 who qualify for the free/reduced lunch program or who do not have enough food to eat on weekends.
Santa Maria Community Services
Santa Maria works with students in grades 6-8 in the Building Youth Assets Program.