A place that provides after-school homework help and resources in a safe, encouraging atmosphere where students can relax with friends, play games, have a snack, and work on school projects. There are always volunteers ready to offer help with homework or projects, talk, or play games with students. We offer services to students in grades 7 through 12, and all services are free.  (Students pay only for the snacks they purchase.) We are a non-profit 501c3 solely supported by donations.

We were awarded the City of Grandview's Orrin Dybdahl Community Award for service to youth in our community in 2012 and the Washington Association of School Administrators' Community Leadership Award in May, 2013. Both awards were in recognition of our service to youth. We opened in November of 2011 and have been serving students ever since.

Students may bring homework to complete, work on projects and research, study for tests, or sharpen vocab and math skills on a weekly basis with a volunteer tutor/mentor.  This program runs from September through May, and many students make great strides throughout the year while getting connected with adults in the community who can offer a variety of resources now and in the future.  Success Connection meets on Tuesday (for 7th and 8th grade students) and Thursday (for 9th through 12th grade students) in the evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. 
Tutoring is always available at the student center during center hours.  We offer informal tutoring and homework help, computer use for research and reports, and a variety of school supplies on a daily basis.  Students may work independently in our library-like study area or enlist the help of one of our staff any time.