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Situated in Pasadena CA, Frostig School has been making a difference in the lives of children with learning disabilities for over 60 years. We provide a full range of academic and support services for students in Grades 1-12 who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities (LD) such as ADHD, ADD and Asperger’s, dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia. Our school serves students in Pasadena, West Los Angeles, and the San Fernando / San Gabriel Valley areas.

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Academic and support services for students with learning disabilities in Grades 1-12:
- Elementary Program (1st – 5th Grade)
- Middle School Program (6th- 8th Grade)
- High School Program (9th - 12th Grade)
- Electives (Art, Film, Drama, Music, Computer Technology, and Spanish)
- Social Skills Program
- Physical Education / Sports Program
- Guidance Counseling
- Onsite Clinical / Related Services
- Extended School Year
- Summer Camp (Cooking Adventures, Jewelry Making and Ceramics, Screen Printing (silk screening)

The Frostig School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and certified by the California Department of Education.

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Address: 971 North Altadena Drive, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California 91107, USA
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Adirondack Learning Academy (ALA)
Courses / Programs
Are you searching for accredited homeschool education in a positive learning environment for your child or teenager? Study from home with Adirondack Learning Academy (ALA) - a leading provider of quality online homeschooling!

ALA delivers online courses for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 in California and throughout the United States.

We offer certified teachers, a top-rated curriculum, mentoring program and college placement services.

On successful graduation, high school students are awarded a homeschool diploma, as well as an official transcript that states that you have completed the requirements for graduation in your state.

Each educational program is tailored to meet your child's learning styles, strengths, and interests to maximize learning. Each child is assigned their own personal learning coach who monitors their progress.

ALA is accredited by the National Independent Study Accreditation Council (NISAC) and approved by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Online Homeschool Programs:
For kindergarten, elementary school, middle school & high school students

Curriculum includes:
• Anytime online access
• Rigorous core, elective & career courses
• Complete online learning experience
• Advanced Placement (AP) classes
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• Interactive digital content
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A college preparatory academic diploma is awarded on successful graduation
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Primanti Montessori School of Whittier
Courses / Programs
Situated in the heart of LA County, just 30 minutes east of Downtown Los Angeles, Primanti Montessori School of Whittier provides Pre-K through 8th Grade classes as well as Infant & Toddler programs for ages 0-2. Our programs are staffed by highly-qualified teachers and caregivers.

Founded in 1965, our school follows the Montessori Method. Montessori is a philosophy and method of education which emphasizes the potential of the young child and develops this potential by utilizing specially trained teachers and teaching materials.
Montessori Programs:
- for Boys & Girls ages 0-15

Infant & Toddler Program:
- Ages 6 weeks to 2.5 years

Preschool / Kindergarten Program:
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Elementary Program:
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Middle School Program:
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Bay Area School Of Enterprise
Courses / Programs
Bay Area School of Enterprise (BASE) is a Charter Public School located on Third Street in Alameda, CA. The first youth-initiated charter high school in the country, BASE provides an environment in which youth take ownership of their own learning and change their own lives as they change the community around them.

BASE's approach to education, Enterprise Learning, is a developmental approach that integrates youth development practices, experiential education, constructivism, and traditional college preparatory learning. Enterprise Learning emphasizes project creation and performance as a tool to enhance personal efficacy, reading, writing and public speaking.

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- The educational program at the BASE is based on “enterprise learning” - a project-based, hands-on approach that allows students to learn academic subjects and real-world skills through work on enterprises that they create and grow.
First School of the Desert
Courses / Programs
First School of the Desert provides a successful and well established approach to preschool education. First School offers preschool / childcare programs at three Southern California city locations. Our campuses are conveniently located throughout the Coachella Valley in Cathedral City, Palm Springs and La Quinta in Riverside County. Your child will experience an intimate learning atmosphere unparalleled by any other desert preschool program, in an environment of perfect balance of academic and social instruction.

With high but realistic standards, our program is designed to give your child a solid academic foundation. In a stimulating and creative atmosphere, the small class size will encourage your child to listen, learn and interact, with each class being tailored for your child’s specific age. We maintain a six to one ratio (children / teacher) in our toddler classes (18 months), and a 12 to one ratio in all preschool classrooms, so every child gets the personal and individual attention required.

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Courses / Programs
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Study Technology is a learning system that produces a greatly improved result when used and where your child learns how to learn with a strong academic program, including many hands-on activities and field trips. Stellar Learning Academy builds a foundation for life-long learning.

Each day at Stellar has a goal, with the purpose of personal gain and knowledge. Students study at their own pace on individualized academic programs in very small classes with one-on-one assistance to achieve 100% certainty. Our good citizenship and integrity program improves student's outlook and relationships.
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- Kindergarten program
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