Harambee Learning Center


Learning Center

Offering Kindergarteners through Sixth Graders a Safe After-School Haven

The Harambee Learning Center was opened in 1998 to serve as a safe, drug-free, after-school refuge for children attending Kanawha County Schools. Its focus is on preventing the onset of adolescent problem behaviors by reducing their risk of academic failure. The Center has served over 800 children since its inception.

What Services and Activities Does the Center Provide? 
  • Homework assistance

  • Mentoring

  • Prevention strategies

  • Computer literacy

  • Reading and math enrichment

  • Recreational activities

  • Field trips

  • Meals


Quality Child Care that will NOT break the bank! 

Competitive pricing structure Flexible enrollment options CONNECT & LINK accepted. 


Discounts available to:

  • Families with multiple children

  • Military families

  • West Virginia State University staff and students


We are located at 131 Perkins Avenue in Durbar. Hours are from 2:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. We also provide summer programs. Call the center at

304-768-8924 for specific details.