The DaVinci Center



The Education Department can help you reach your educational goals whether you are in middle school,high school, or thinking of taking college courses.

DaVinci Center Education Assistance

  • Tutoring is available upon request and the ability to match a tutor with the students needs.
  • A dropout prevention program is available for students that are in jeopardy of dropping out of school. A case management approach addresses family as well as student needs.
  • If you have not finished high school, you can prepare yourself to take the General Education Development Test (GED) by taking Pre-GED or GED Classes at the Center.
  • If you need to work on your English reading, writing, or language skills, you can also take an English for speakers of other languages (ESOL).
  • There is also an accredited college course you can take at the Center if you are considering a college degree.
  • Several personal enrichment courses are also held during the year.
  • Special classes such as Italian, Art, Line Dancing are offered periodically.
  • After school culinary program:
VOLUNTEERS: Outreach efforts are also conducted in the community with the goal of recruiting
on-site volunteers to help tutor those enrolled in the various educational programs. If you are interested in volunteering as a tutor, contact us via our Volunteer Page or call us at 272-7474.
Class dates and times can be found by clicking on The DaVinci Center Monthly Newsletter. Additional information about the GED can be found at:

Assistance is also offered directly by the Educational Coordinator at the Center in the following areas:

  • An Assessment of Literacy Level
  • Help with Learning Difficulties
  • GED Readiness Assessment and Testing

College Selection Process along with Financial Aid Programs and Student Loans

Further educational information and resources are available at:, or