Learn to Read of St. Johns County, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization partially funded by Christ Episcopal Church in Ponte Vedra Beach and Serenata, United Way of St. Johns County, individuals, businesses, civic organizations and special events.
Our volunteer-based organization provides free literacy skills assessment and instruction in St. Johns and Putnam Counties to individuals 16 years of age and older. In addition to one-on-one literacy tutoring, Learn to Read has recently expanded its services throughout the counties to help people learn English as a second language (ESOL) through personal tutoring and group conversation courses.
Learn to Read believes literacy skills are vital for people to find work and to participate in their community. We tutor our students to pass the GED, the Adult Basic Education Test (TABE), and to achieve advancement in the workplace. Learn to Read depend on your support to purchase the books and other necessary teaching materials, as well as maintain the facility in which we operate. Your support is paramount to helping decrease barriers to employment and higher education that prevent our students from moving forward.
Mission Statement: “Learn to Read of St. Johns County, Inc. offers donors, volunteers and advocates the organization they require to support our community’s adult learners with literacy tutoring, thereby removing barriers to employment, higher education, economic mobility and health literacy.”
What We Teach
GED Exam Preparation
TABE (Adult Basic Educ)