Pre- and Post-Testing show that the Augustine Project consistently produces positive results. Since 2009 students who have completed 30 lessons have scored an average gain of

In each of the last three school years, volunteer tutors provided more than 900 free lessons to deserving students. In 2017-2018 more than 1,300 lessons were provided by 35 tutors working with 47 students. Eighteen new tutors trained in July 2018, and they will begin tutoring in the 2018-2019 school year.

Benefits to the Child

Our students build reading, writing and spelling competence, along with a sense of accomplishment and self-confidence by succeeding where they previously struggled. Also, ALP students benefit from a consistent role model with the twice-weekly, one-on-one attention from and interaction with our supportive, caring Augustine tutors.

“My student's teacher shared his most recent MAP score with me, and he went up 13 points! He is a fourth grader who has never read higher than a kindergarten level; after 39 lessons he is now reading on a second grade level. We are all so proud of all his hard work!”   — Pat Riordan, March 2016.