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The Temecula Public Library hosts a Peer Tutoring Program in a partnership with the Temecula Valley Unified School District (TVUSD). The program is available for ALL K-12 students, with tutoring services provided by qualified high school student volunteers.
Tutoring sessions are conducted on a walk-in basis – completely FREE and NO sign-up necessary.
Hours of Operation:
Suspended until further notice.
Tutoring Availability and Schedule
Tutoring and subject availability is based on our student tutor roster, which varies greatly throughout the year due to extracurricular and academic commitments.
Tutoring for ALL K-8 subjects are generally available year-round, while high school single subjects are available based on the proficiencies of current student tutors.
Our tutoring schedule is updated on a weekly basis to reflect current availabilities but remains subject to change. Please check the weekly schedule for up-to-date tutoring availability or contact the center to verify in advance. Scheduled closures and holidays are based on the TVUSD School Calendar.
Interested in becoming a tutor?
If you are a TVUSD high school student and want to earn community service hours, apply to become a student tutor for the Peer Tutoring Program. Complete the application and return it to the Technology Homework Center (during hours of operation) or to the Library Receptionist.
Free one-on-one online tutoring is available through the Riverside County Library System. Library Card required for access.
Email is the best way to reach the center, and inquiries are typically addressed within one business day.
Phone: (951) 901-8421
Phone inquiries are addressed during hours of operation.