• Our Partners

    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 an array of services. We also have countless other partners, including community volunteers, that focus on the whole student throughout their journey with us.

    To learn more about how your company or organization can become a Community Learning Center partner or volunteer, please call us at (513) 363-6400.

    Dr. Ross Turpeau with studentsWho Are Our Partners?

    Activities Beyond the Classroom

    ABC After-School Program: Teaching students tennis.  

    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.

    The Blues Society of Cincinnati

    The Children's Home

    Woodford Academy is continuing a partnership with The Children’s Home of Cincinnati to provide behavioral health services to our students and families. Behavioral health services are provided in the school, home or at The Children’s Home of Cincinnati by a licensed mental health therapist. Services include 1:1 counseling, medication management services, care coordination, partial hospitalization and education. If you have a student who you feel could benefit from mental health services, please contact your school-based provider, Ray Johnson, LPCC, to make a referral.

    Community Learning Center Initiative
    Cub/Boy Scout Programs
    Fifth Third Bank
    Girl Scouts
    Jewish Hospital
    Kennedy Heights Arts Center
    Kennedy Heights Community Council
    The Kennedy Heights Presbyterian Church USA

    Men Organized Respectful and Educated (M.O.R.E.)

    A program with the vision of improving the lives of our young men through academic achievement, social and community responsibility. M.O.R.E. aims to create values that teach responsibility, respect and encourage self-growth.  

    Saving Grace Community Church
    21st Century Grant: An after-school program which will focus on Literacy and Math for grades K-4.

    University of Cincinnati