A Community Learning Center
  • Fall 2016 Classes

    New students are invited to attend a 2-day orientation in Lake City (3200 NE 125th St) on October 24th and 26th. Please call 206-782-2050 or click below to sign up today!

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  • Learn About Literacy Source

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  • We’ve Moved!

    Literacy Source has moved from Fremont to Lake City! Our new address is 3200 NE 125th St, Seattle, WA 98125.

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  • Welcome to Literacy Source!

    Literacy Source has provided adult literacy services in the Seattle area since 1986. Our mission is to build a literate community and promote self-sufficiency by providing learner-centered instruction to adults in English literacy and basic life skills. We offer Adult Basic Education, ESL classes and tutoring, computer literacy, workplace skills, citizenship and civics classes, and GED preparation classes.

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Become a Student!

Classes that help you learn what you need so you can find work, get a better job, help your kids with school, and become more involved in the community.

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Want to Volunteer?

There are a variety of volunteer roles available at Literacy Source, depending on your interests, skills and time. Some positions include: tutor, administrative assistant…

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Your tax-deductible donation helps adult learners work towards literacy, language skills, citizenship, better jobs, and better lives through free classroom and tutor instruction.

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A few words from us

  • Volunteer Spotlight: John Trench
    Volunteer Spotlight: John Trench
    John Trench We are pleased to feature John Trench as our volunteer spotlight this month. John has been a volunteer tutor with Literacy Source since January 2014. In this time he has...
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  • Student Spotlight: Angie Davis
    Student Spotlight: Angie Davis
    Angie Davis Angie Davis, a longtime Literacy Source student, passed her final subject test this summer in order to receive her GED! She worked incredibly hard to get there, and demonstrated unwavering...
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