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My Learning Studio OUTREACH is located in the Woodcrest Plaza with Stater Bros at 17086 Van Buren Blvd.  Riverside, CA  92504  

My Learning Studio OUTREACH (MLSO) provides private individualized tutoring to under resourced students from Riverside and surrounding areas in all levels of mathematics, sciences, reading comprehension and writing. The private individualized tutoring program gives economically challenged, foster, adopted and court appointed students access to affordable, high quality tutoring tailored to their needs.


MLSO's educational instructors and tutors are well qualified and come from leading local universities and colleges. Many of whom are aspiring teachers. They focus on the student's current homework and subject content being taught in their school course, which includes California's Common Core standards.


We begin with the basics to ensure that

each student has a strong foundational

understanding of the subject matter before

moving on to more advanced concepts.

This approach allows students to develop

the confidence they need to succeed in

their class assignments and tests. 

Several MLSO staff members have personal experience with learning disabilities, allowing them to help students with a greater sense of empathy and understanding.

​My Learning Studio OUTREACH was featured on PBS - Exploring the American Spirit hosted by Mary Parks.  Take a moment to check it out. 

Pricing for our Qualified Customers...... 

The OUTREACH is offering a FREE 9 hour bootcamp Monday-Wednesday of Spring Break.  Free for non-profit, foster, adopted, court-appointed children (Grandparents raising grandchildren), and we’ve added at-risk students too. (Low income i.e. family of 4 can make up to $24,250)    This is made possible by a grant from Riv. Co. Asset Forfeiture Special Fund. 

This will include a simple reading & math assessment at the beginning in order to place the students in the correct group.  This is only for grade levels 2nd – 4th.  If they are in 2nd grade but a 1st grade reading level, then this isn’t appropriate. 

If any teachers or parents would like to volunteer, we’d love to have them. 

For any student that does not qualify for FREE, they would pay $57 to the non-profit as a fundraiser and can use this as a donation write-off.  


Free tutoring for up to 15 qualified students during Spring Break, April 2nd -4th for Common Core Reading Comprehension and Math in Riverside

focusing on. All participants must qualify or pay $57  


This event is hosted by My Learning Studio OUTREACH and is made possible by the County of Riverside Asset Forfeiture Special Fund. 

We are asking students to commit to the entire 3 days. This program includes a reading and math assessment, contact us to set up beforehand. 

Any individual or business interested in sponsoring a child, donating prizes or items for the students’ participation are encouraged to contact us.

Volunteers are also needed; we will train. 


Sign up here or call (951) 789-5403

Thank you to a few of our sponsors:
     Riv. Co. Asset Forfeiture Special Fund
     Riverside Assistance League Hearts & Hands
     Community Foundation - Youth Grantwriters
     Kinder - Morgan
​     Hero's Restaurant

     Individual Donors:
        Jaybee Brennan        Dwight Tate
        Chuck Beaty              Florence Miller

If you are qualified low-income family, you may qualify for tutoring as low as $19/hour. 


If your child is a foster, adopted or a court-appointed child, currently or past, then you qualify for tutoring as low as $21/hour

This includes grandparents raising grandchildren. 


Periodically through out the year we are able to offer FREE tutoring through our various grants and sponsorships. Complete the form below if you would like to be placed on a interest list for FREE tutoring.  (951) 789-5402

17086 Van Buren Blvd

At Washington Street with Stater Bros. 

Riverside, Woodcrest area


Free Tutoring and discount tutoring available for foster, adopted,

court-appointed, at-risk, and low-income students.  

Our mission is to encourage and benefit all students and their parents academically in creative and innovative ways regardless of ethnic, gender or sexual orientation.


Supporting students and families who qualify as low-income, currently economically challenged, foster, adopted or court-appointed children.