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Academic Support
Math Center
Assistance in all math courses
Where: Room 429 
When: Tuesdays: 3:30 pm-4:30 pm, Wednesdays: STEP and 3:30 pm-4:30 pm, Thursdays: 3:30 pm-4:30 pm
Staff: Math department teachers

Language Interpretation
Parents or students whose first language is not English may request that Wilson faculty and staff use the Language Line, an interpretation service, to interpret phone conversations or meetings.

Latin American Youth Center
Tutoring program for Limited English Proficient students. The program consists of two components; 1 on 1 tutoring to provide academic support and enrichment clubs. They are also introducing a new program called Guide to Post Secondary (GPS), which is a post-secondary prep program for juniors and seniors to make sure that students are on track to graduate and to help students navigate post-secondary choices such as college and work. 
Contact: Lizzeth Avalos, lizzeth@layc-dc.org

New Heights Teen Parenting
New Heights is a DCPS program, located in most high schools, that supports expectant and parenting teens (moms and dads) to stay in school, graduate, gain parenting skills, and continue to meet their post graduate education and job training goals.
Where: New Heights office is located in the 1st floor health suite. 
When: Meets during STEP and after school
Staff: Beth Perry, Coordinator
Contact: Beth.Perry@dc.gov; 202-674-7905

Peer Tutoring
For students struggling in Math, English,Social Studies, and Science, Wilson peer tutors from the National Honor Society (NHS) can help with homework, studying for tests, or reviewing classwork. For more information, email NHS Faculty Chair Daniela Munoz at daniela.munoz@k12.dc.gov.