Homework Project

Homework Project is a twice-weekly evening study hall open to all students who feel that a quiet, supervised space at school would benefit their academic performance.

The program helps students stay on top of their assignments and develop reliable study habits. Many students find that the camaraderie that invariably develops among participants—about twenty at any given time—makes homework more enjoyable and manageable. 

Homework Project has been successful, in part, because it is voluntary. Students join only if they feel it is right for them. They are welcome to drop in to sessions as needed, though we strongly recommend students attend consistently—every session if at all possible—because the continuity and commitment has compounding benefits. 

Families of returning students can find additional information on the Parent Portal (login required).

Homework Project at a Glance

  • Held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:30–6:30 p.m.
  • An adult proctor oversees all sessions, assisted by student proctors.
  • Students typically work in a classroom, the library, and the computer lab.
  • There is no cost or commitment required to participate.