There are two programs a host organization can elect to start: the Primary Program (for grades 1 through 8), and the Secondary Program (grades 9 through 12). The third program, the Computer Lab, is reserved only for host organizations that have been active for at least one year of demonstrated commitment in one of the other two programs.

Homework House Primary Program - Grades 1-8
The Primary Program serves students grades 1 through 8, four days a week, at least two hours per day. Free tutoring and academic assistance to at-risk youth must be maintained with a ratio of 1 volunteer tutor to every 3 students.  Students in this program receive help in reading, math, English and other related elementary and middle school subjects. Host organization must provide a comfortable learning environment, equipped with materials and supplies usually found in the classroom (text books, paper, pencils, pens, etc.).

Homework House Secondary - Grades 9-12
The Secondary Program serves students grades 9 through 12, two days week, at least two hours per day. Free tutoring and academic assistance to at-risk youth must be maintained with a ratio of 1 volunteer tutor to every 2 students.  An emphasis on changing poor study habits is stressed in the high school program.  Students in this program receive help in math, English, history, health, science and other related high school subjects. Host organization must provide a comfortable learning environment, equipped with materials and supplies usually found in the classroom (text books, paper, pencils, pens, etc.).

Homework House Computer Lab
Computer Labs are offered as an asset to existing Primary or Secondary programs and should be open during or in close proximity of tutoring hours. Labs are primarily a learning resource, therefore the focus should be on providing assets that allow students to complete homework assignments and help reading and writing skills. Internet access should only be provided if there are ample volunteers and expertise to manage and control equipment and software (the host organization takes full responsibility for access fees, implementation and liability). The computer lab must always be staffed with knowledgeable volunteers.

Homework House offers these programs as funds permit. All budget allocations are subject to available funds on hand.