Explore early learning and headstart programs, tutoring and homework assistance, and services for learning differences & special needs. All activities and services are personally recommended by the Sequoia Healthcare District for District residents, and most resources are free or low-cost. To get started, choose a category below.
Red Morton Community Center provides a preschool, teen center, fitness center, gym, fitness classes including jazzercise, and youth/adult sports leagues.
Need help finding, starting or improving local preschool or child care programs in Redwood City?
Learn about and search the preschools that are available in Redwood City through the Redwood City Parks and Recreation website.
Redwood City offers a variety of enrichment classes and programs for a variety of ages.
Belmont’s play-based preschool offers child care to fit your schedule, with full-time and part-time preschool program options.
Provides education for students from low-income immigrant families through 8th grade.
Community services for children and older adults.
Provides academic and leadership support and development programs for Middle and High School students of color to prepare them for High School and college.
Fee homework support and tutoring for eligible 1st-3rd graders.
Free homework assistance and tutoring at Redwood City libraries.
Free in-person and online homework assistance and tutoring.
Academic assistance, after school and mentorship programs, career development activities, and creative and fun activities for kids and teens.
Many Redwood City schools provide after-school programs that include homework assistance and fun activities.
The Belle Haven School-Age Child Care Program provides care, homework assistance, creative and recreational activities for children in kindergarten to 6th grade
The San Carlos Youth Center offers a free, after school drop-in program featuring a full-size gym, activities room, homework assistance and staff-led activities.
Free literacy and reading program for all ages.
Helps Redwood City public school students improve their literacy and critical thinking skills.
A non-traditional high school experience where students complete the requirements for high school graduation while enrolled in college courses.
Transforming the lives of children and families struggling with mental health and learning disorders by providing online resources and clinical care in San Francisco.
Services for children, adults, and families with special needs and developmental disabilities in the greater Bay Area.
Individual, family, and school-based counseling and mental health services, mental health services for children who are deaf/hard-of-hearing and their families, and family violence and abuse prevention services.
High quality diagnoses and evaluations, interventions, and treatment services for children, adults, and families with a variety of special needs. Parent education and coaching is also available.
Autism Speaks provides a free, online comprehensive resource guide to all things regarding autism including advocacy resources, education, employment, evaluation and diagnosis, housing, recreation, and more.
Provides advocacy and support for families, and conducts autism research.
Comprehensive resources for parents of children with disabilities and special needs.
Parenting workshops, parent coaching and consultation, child behavior and school support, clinical and special needs services, parent/child activity groups, child and family therapy, and much more.
Provides top-rated education, mental health services, and clinical evaluations for children, teens, and young adults with learning differences, ADHD, autism, anxiety, and depression.
Personalized education for k-8 students with special needs.
A non-profit private school established in 2010, devoted to educating bright children with Dyslexia.