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Family advocacy and
workshops and resources
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Self-Paced and Individualized Learning
Parent resources for at home lerning
We are an educational brokerage firm that has over 15 years of experience providing community education needs for our local children and their families.
Our goal is to:
Increase the affordability and availability of standardized test prep, in-home tutorial, and advocacy services for individuals seeking to excel in secondary and postsecondary education
Serve as a referral resource for families seeking information necessary to address problems and/or barriers to success in secondary education
Develop and provide educational programs, conferences, and workshops that serve the greater educational equity needs of Hampton Roads citizens
*Results may vary based on the student. We stand by our program's resources and potential to help your child succeed.
In The News
Virginia's new Education Secretary talks issues at stop in Norfolk
Norfolk, VA — Virginia recently got a new secretary of education. Dietra Trent moved into that role in late July, after Anne Holton stepped down to campaign with her husband, Sen. Tim Kaine, the Democrat nominee for vice president.
October 8, 2016
ESHR Forum on
"A few dozen teens spent the afternoon with cops last Saturday at Major Hillard Library.Nobody was in trouble. The young people were at the library to learn what to do when stopped by a police officer and to become better educated on their basic rights."
October 24, 2014
"The management team for ESHR founded and has been running a successful fatherhood program for the city of Portsmouth with Portsmouth Social Services for the past six years. Each year the program gets better, continuing to improve the lives of fathers and their relationship with their children."
— Jimmy Howard, Jr., Mentor for The Fatherhood Initiative
" Educational Services of Hampton Roads, Inc. provides effective educational resources and community awareness workshops that are both helpful and informative to the citizens of Hampton Roads."
— Officer Samuel L. Boone, VA State Trooper