Camp Washington Community School

Camp Washington Community School CWCS provides educational instruction and tutoring to prepare adult students for obtaining their HSE diploma and provides information on continuing education.

Operating as usual

Photos from La Soupe's post

Photos from La Soupe's post


Remember we follow the CPS calendar. Spring break is scheduled for March 22-29.

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

This Saturday, our annual African American Read-In is going virtual! Visit our page all day long for a celebration of books written by Black authors. Plus, post a picture of a current book you're reading by a Black author with #cincylibraryAARI for a chance at winning some great prizes! 🙌🏾
Kroger, Cintas, Cincinnati Bell and more are part of this huge career fair -- sign up now

Rebound Actions Facebook Tweet Email Kroger, Cintas, Cincinnati Bell and more are part of this huge career fair -- sign up now By: Meghan Goth Posted at 12:31 PM, Nov 17, 2020 and last updated 2020-11-17 12:54:53-05 CINCINNATI — As part of our ongoing series, The Rebound, we've been working for mo...

Cincinnati NAACP

Cincinnati NAACP

Join the Urban League of Greater Southwestern Ohio, Nov 5th or 10th @ 10am or 6pm
How this grandmother persevered and earned her high school diploma... at age 55

CINCINNATI (WKRC) - Graduations look different during a pandemic, but the diplomas are still the same and that’s all that mattered to Lisa Arnett. “It’s my grandmother, my mom, myself and my daughter, my granddaughter and I’m somebody’s great-grandmother -- my oldest gr...

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The Women of Appalachia Project™ encourages participation from women of diverse backgrounds, ages and experiences to come together, inviting submissions of spoken word and fine art, shared in public forums and annual chapbooks. Artists share culture and experiences at arranged venues, embrace is...

Mad Max Bingo

Mad Max Bingo

BINGO'S BACK! We reopen this weekend on Friday and Sunday, come join us?

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

Did you recently receive a Pandemic EBT Card in the mail? To use these funds, you must activate your P-EBT card by calling the phone number on the back of the card.

Please note: the activation instructions are wrong: To activate the card, you need to enter in the four digits of your child’s birth year, NOT the last four digits of your child’s social security number.

See the flyer below for more details on how you can use the card. You can also visit for more information.

Mad Max Bingo

Mad Max Bingo

BINGO IS ALMOST BACK! Mad Max is looking forward to re-opening on Friday, June 26.

WE'VE MISSED YOU! We've had to make some changes in this new world - what do you think?

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

Legal Aid Society of Greater Cincinnati

Do you need to print, sign, and send important documents, but don’t have easy access to a computer or printer? The Main Library can help.
From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Saturday, you can use a computer, for up to one hour, as well as use a copier, printer, and/or fax.
The attached flyer lists the details as well as other available services. You can also visit the library’s website at:

Women Helping Women

Women Helping Women

Dear Survivors & Community: We know that the world is changing right now & these are difficult times. But it has in no way lessened our commitment to survivors. For 46 years, we have served survivors of this community—and we will continue to do that today. We are here for you. Call our 24-hour hotline—anytime. Sending you all light & love

The Voice of Black Cincinnati

The Voice of Black Cincinnati

The Voice of Your Customer is looking for parents of children under 10 who live in MIllvalle, Camp Washington or Price Hill to participate in focus groups. Sessions run for 90 minutes and will be held at meeting rooms in your communities this week and next week. Pay is $50. Call 513.281.3228 if you or someone you know is interested!


In honor of the birth of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Camp Washington Community School will be closed for the day.


Happy New Year!
Anne Skove-teacher, job finder, email writer, and CWCS champion left us at the end of last year to pursue personal projects. Heartfelt thanks go to Anne for all the work she has done here to benefit students.

Moving forward, Marie Inanli, who started teaching evening classes in the fall, will add morning classes to her schedule. Please see the new schedule below.

New Class Times

Daytime classes will now occur on Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 am-1 pm. (No more classes on Tuesdays/Thursdays).
Our usual evening schedule of Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:30-9 pm will stay the same

When Cincinnati Public Schools are closed for weather or holidays, we are likewise closed. Thus, we will not have class on Monday, January 20, when we celebrate Martin Luther King Day.

In case of bad weather, please follow Cincinnati Public School closings and delays. (If they are delayed, we will be closed.)

Cincinnati Recreation Commission

Cincinnati Recreation Commission

Already a Red Cross-certified lifeguard? You can get re-certified through CRC Aquatics during winter break. We have 6 courses available-limited space. Click to register.

Ohio Justice & Policy Center

Ohio Justice & Policy Center

We have a free legal clinic on Thursday at New Prospect Baptist Church of Cincinnati,Ohio in Roselawn. You can pre-register via text, but walk-ins are also welcome.

Inside Avondale

Inside Avondale

AVONDALE RESIDENTS - You are welcome to receive a free Thanksgiving food bag and turkey. Please bring some form of ID with Avondale Address.

9th Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive this Saturday, November 23rd from 11AM-1 PM at First Unitarian Church (Cincinnati, Ohio)

536 Linton Pl. Cincinnati 45219 (across from “Old Sears Bldg” on Reading Rd, 1 block from Kentucky Fried Chicken)


We will be closed next Wednesday and Thursday for Thanksgiving.


Class tonight (Wednesday) from 5:30-9 pm!


Class meets Monday and Wednesday from 5:30-9 pm, and Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am-1pm.


Class today from 5:30-9.


Today! Come learn about Cincinnati State at 10 am

Thanks for coming out today!

Thanks for coming out today!


This week: today class until 1 pm.
Wednesday: 5:30-9 pm
Thursday: 9-1
Saturday: picnic from 9 am - 3 pm in Valley Park.

Sunny Blu Coffeehouse

Sunny Blu Coffeehouse

NEXT SATURDAY‼️Help clean up Camp 💪 #MadeInCamp #CampWashington #campwashout

Back to School at 54 Chatfield Student Overcame Obstacles and Gives Back to the Community
Back to School at 54 Chatfield Student Overcame Obstacles and Gives Back to the Community

Back to School at 54 Chatfield Student Overcame Obstacles and Gives Back to the Community

By Eileen Connelly, OSU You’re never too old to go back to school. Just ask Elizabeth Burnside. At 54, the mother of two and grandmother of four began classes at Chatfield College, working toward an associate degree in liberal arts. Burnside admittedly overcame many obstacles in order to continue ...


2951 Sidney Ave
Cincinnati, OH

Opening Hours

Monday 5:30pm - 9pm
Tuesday 9am - 1pm
Wednesday 5:30pm - 9pm
Thursday 9am - 1pm


(513) 542-1637


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Hello Everyone! I am hoping some of you will be interested in helping me out with a photography project I'm creating. It is about Camp Washington and Nostalgia and I will be photographing it in the next month! I am looking for your help by telling me your stories and connecting me to anyone you know who lives, has lived, works, or has family in Camp Washington. Most importantly anyone that has a great story or memory they can share, or mementos and photos. Here is a link to the Q&A for the project. You do not have to answer every question, feel free to only tell me your single best memory. But the more information and stories I gather the better the outcome of the project! I truly appreciate your time and your help! Thank you again! Also, please share with anyone you feel may want to contribute. I will also take phone calls/interviews in person if someone would rather not do this all on the computer! Link to a pdf in the comments to print and give to people. They can mail it to me if they like as well. I can provide the address if someone needs it.