Kenyon Hodges Computer Learning Center

Photo by Lauren Otis

In a spacious 1,500 square foot facility off the lobby of the West Tower of Kingsbury’s Twin Towers resides the Kenyon Hodges Computer Learning Center. For over a decade Kingsbury has been providing residents and their children with a supportive environment for achieving academic and career goals and building computer literacy free of charge.

With classroom space, a bank of computers and high-speed Internet access overseen by lab assistants, Twin Towers residents can work on their computer skills, use the Internet for learning or career enhancement, communicate with friends or family, seek out resources or just have fun surfing the Web.

The Kenyon Hodges Learning Center is a welcoming and supportive place for Twin Towers residents of all ages, another amenity they can take advantage of to improve and enhance their lives.

Inspiring the community to DREAM

Empowering individuals to ACT

Educating people to ACHIEVE

Mission Statement

At the Kenyon Hodges Computer Learning Center we strive to bridge the Digital Divide by fulfilling our mission

to provide academic enhancement to the youth of the community and

to bring life-enriching programs to the community at large;

aimed at promoting self-sufficiency, health, and well being.


Photo by Lauren Otis

“I like to use the computer at the center. I like to go on hi5. You have a user name, check your mail, talk to your friends, design your page. Mine is pink with black polka dots.” — Paris, 11