COLUMBUS—As thousands of central Ohio children and teens return to school this month, Columbus Metropolitan Library’s (CML) Homework Help Centers reopen at all 21 branch locations. Starting Monday, Aug. 17, K-12 students will once again have a free place to get help with their homework from friendly staff and volunteers.
See below for specific hours at each library location. Service hours reflect differences in school dismissal times among the 10 districts CML serves (Canal Winchester Local, Columbus City, Dublin City, Gahanna-Jefferson Public, Groveport Madison Local, Hamilton Local, Hilliard City, New Albany-Plain Local, Reynoldsburg City and Whitehall City). For more information on CML’s Homework Help Centers, call 645-2275 or visit columbuslibrary.org/hhc.
Homework Help Center hours of operation
Monday – Friday, 3-6 p.m.
Driving Park, Franklinton, Livingston, New Albany, Northern Lights (at Brookhaven High School), Whitehall
Monday – Thursday, 3:30-6:30 p.m. and Friday, 3-6 p.m.
Dublin, Gahanna, Karl Road, Linden, Marion-Franklin, Martin Luther King, Northside, Parsons, Shepard, Whetstone
Monday – Thursday, 3:30-7:30 p.m. and Friday, 3-6 p.m.
Monday – Thursday, 4-7 p.m. and Friday, 3-6 p.m.
Hilltop, Reynoldsburg, South High, Southeast
Columbus Metropolitan Library has served the people of Franklin County, Ohio since 1873. With its Main Library and 22 branches, CML is well known for signature services and programs like Homework Help Centers, Reading Buddies, Summer Reading Club and Ready for Kindergarten. The library’s Strategic Plan supports the vision of “a thriving community where wisdom prevails,” which positions CML to respond to areas of urgent need: kids unprepared for kindergarten, third grade reading proficiency, high school graduation, college readiness and employment resources.
CML was named a 2011 National Medal Winner by the Institute for Museum and Library Services for work in community service, the highest honor for libraries and museums. Columbus Metropolitan Library has been rated a 5-Star Library by Library Journal for seven of the eight years the magazine has published its industry ratings.