In response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), Foundation Communities is maintaining essential operations and support services with modifications:
Learning Centers will follow AISD closures but will provide tools to enable students to continue learning from home.

En reacción al COVID-19, Foundation Communities está manteniendo nuestros operaciones esenciales y servicios de apoyo, con modificaciones:
Los Learning Centers sigue los cierres de AISD, pero vamos a dar recursos para que los estudiantes pueden continuar sus educación en sus propias casas.

Foundation Communities provides on-site education programs for children, teens and adults. We help put students on a lifelong path to success.

Beginning with early childhood education for 3- to 4-year-olds, children and teens have access to year-round academic support through our after-school and summer learning programs, while our adult education opportunities empower parents to improve their language and literacy skills and truly transform their families’ lives.


We offer after-school and summer learning programs for 1,000 children and teens who earn, on average, a 3.4 GPA.

Meet Andrea

Andrea and her daughter found the support they needed to dream big at M Station. Andrea successfully completed Free Minds, a college humanities course for adults who have faced barriers to education, and her daughter got one-on-one help with homework and participated in structured enrichment activities through our after-school program.

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After-school and
summer learning

Free year-round educational enrichment for 1,000 students.

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English as a Second Language

Free English classes for residents and neighbors in North and South Austin.

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College Hub

Austin’s only one-stop shop for nontraditional students who want to start or finish a college degree or certificate

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“The critical thinking, writing, and discussion skills I learned over the last two semesters have given me the confidence to begin a new chapter of my life.”

— Martha Randall, Free Minds Graduate