Shasta Literacy Learning Services

The Shasta Literacy Learning Center is FREE and open to the public. To become a student, fill out the form below and a member from the Shasta Literacy Learning Center will contact you.

We provide literacy services and resources for adults, and families in Shasta County. Shasta Literacy is the backbone for delivering literacy resource throughout the communities that the Shasta Public Libraries serve. With library branches in throughout the county, the Shasta Literacy provides services and classes primarily hosted at one of our branch locations in Redding, Burney, or Anderson. Below are a list of services our inhouse tutors can help with.

Shasta Literacy Tutors can help with:

  • Reading and Writing
  • Tutoring for Children and Adults
  • Computer Education
  • HiSet Test Preparation
  • Computer Skills Class
  • Smartphone Education Workshops
  • GED Test Preparation¬†
  • Career Resume Building & Job Skills
  • US Citizenship Test Preparation
  • English as a Second Language Class
  • Studying for Paraprofessional Tests

To learn how we can help you achieve your educational goals, fill out the form below or contact Shasta Literacy at (530) 245-7237 or email literacy@shastalibraries.org. Shasta Literacy is located inside the Redding Library. Shasta Literacy Learning Center Hours of Operation – Monday – Thursday 10:00am – 4:00pm

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Student Success Stories

One of our students came to the US in 2014. For the last 7 years, he has worked multiple jobs while learning English on his days off. For the last 2 years, he has studied with one of our tutors to gain his US citizenship and practice English. Finally, in May of 2021, he became a US citizen. He continues to work with a Shasta Literacy tutor to improve his English.

A student studied English with Shasta Literacy and after 18 months of working with her tutor, she gained US citizenship. In her words, “Thank you so much to my tutor and to you at the Library. This is so much to me. Thank you.”

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