Our Neighborhood College program is designed around two distinct tracts:

  • Through our Family Advancement Track, neighborhood residents can enroll in courses such as Computer Hardware, Nutrition, Business Basics, and Financial Empowerment, learning valuable skills to better their families and themselves.
  • Through the Neighborhood Leadership Track, starting later this spring, community members will become agents for civic engagement in College Hill by taking courses such as STL 101, Building Your Block, and Community Organizing.

Upcoming classes can be found on our Calendar & Events page

We are always looking for quality instructors and ideas for additional courses. Want to pitch in? Contact our Director of Community Development, Claire Wolff, at 314-584-6903 or cwolff@gracehillsettlement.org.


Neighborhood College is funded in part through an allocation of Community Development Block Grant Funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the City of St. Louis’ Community Development Administration.


The Takeaway:

Neighborhood College serves as a stepping stone to success for adults around our Head Start centers.

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Delores Hardwick
Community Relations &
Volunteer Program Manager

Grace Hill Health Centers is now Affinia Healthcare.

You can find them at www.affiniahealthcare.org or by calling 314.814.8700.