Read2Succeed's programs are designed to improve children's academic performance while helping reduce illiteracy rates in the communities we serve.  








Program Eligibilty Requirements & Enrollment

Children participating in this program need to meet at least two of the following requirements:
  1. Academically low performing or at risk of grade level retention (including low FCAT test scores)
  2. ESE/ESOL (English Speakers of Other Languages) status
  3. Child receives free or reduced lunch at school
  4. Child attends a Title 1 School

Please note that Read2Succeed values the retention of students in its programs. Therefore those students receive priority status when applying for the after-school or summer programs.  

If you're ready to enroll your child in our after-school and/or summer programs, see our step-by-step enrollment procedures.

For R2S school sites
Step 1: Your child must be registered at that specific school in order to participate.

Step 2: If eligible, please contact our main office to be placed on R2S's electronic mailing list for continuous updates and enrollment notification.

Step 3: If notified of enrollment eligibility, visit our main office to complete an application.

For R2S sites located in community centers, museums or parks, and summer camp:
Step 1: Interested applicants should contact the R2S office to be placed on the electronic mailing list if they haven't already done so. Students from all schools are welcome.

Step 2: Once on the electronic mailing list, applicants will receive notification of important dates such as Registration Week and mandatory orientation.

Step 3: During Registration Week, interested applicants must stop by our Kendall office to enroll in person. Please note: enrollment occurs on a first-come-first-served basis and space is limited. Early arrival is strongly recommended as enrollment closes once programs reach capacity.
For existing R2S participants:  Continuation in R2S programs is determined by attendance and adherence of enrollment procedures.

All adults in this program must meet all requirements.
  1. Be available from Monday - Thursday 11am to 12:30pm
  2. Be a Legal Permanent Resident (LPR) with at least five (5) years as a resident or (3) years if married with a US Citizen.  
  3. Expecting to take the US Citizenship exam within 6 months of enrollment date.
  4. Be at least 18 years of age.

If you meet these requirements please see the Citizenship Application Requirements Sheet for detailed information about what documents are needed so that we may assist you with your application for US Citizenship. Contact us to make an appointment in our office.