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Ventura County Christian School:
Ventura County Christian School, located in Midtown Ventura, California, is an Elementary School, Middle School & High School offering grades K-12. The Vision of Ventura County Christian School is to transform and equip to be leaders and positive examples of the truth of Jesus Christ. Students who wish to be a part of this community must be willing and ready to encounter the truth of Jesus Christ, lead and witness the gospel in his or her own way. The board and faculty of VCCS believe that all Christians should abound in wisdom, virtue, and knowledge. Therefore, a rigorous educational experience in which students are challenged spiritually, physically, and intellectually is deemed essential to raising up and preparing Christian individuals to “Shine like Stars in the Universe.”

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Elementary School:
VCCS Elementary School teachers seek to develop the whole child, helping to educate him or her spiritually, intellectually and socially, helping each child grow as God designed them. The biblically-based curriculum incorporates academic subjects featuring phonics and systematic reading instruction, hands-on math experiences, and a discovery approach to science. The faculty seeks to encourage and foster thinking and writing skills as well as conceptual development and computation skills. A student's education is enriched by subjects including art, physical education, library, and computers. Students can also participate in musical presentations, chapels, spelling bees, speech meets, an annual science fair, field trips, and be eligible for various awards to enrich their education.

Middle School:
VCCS Middle School students are offered a biblical curriculum to prepare them spiritually and academically for the challenges of high school. A student's schedule typically consists of 7 periods, including: Art, Bible, English, History, Math (Pre-Algebra or Algebra 1), Physical Education, and Science. Extra Curricular activities include Drama and ASB. In addition, students have 2 study hall periods each week to help them keep up with the academic challenges and demands that Middle School presents. Various field trips are provided to enhance and reinforce their academic program.

VCCS High School:
VCCS offers college preparatory courses, including honors and advanced placement (depending on demand). Our high school curriculum is designed to meet the quality of education required to enter the University of California and California State College systems. In addition to the core academic subjects, a variety of elective courses are offered to students to enrich and fulfill their graduation requirements. Elective subjects include: Art 1 & 2, Drama, Journalism, Set Design, Spanish 1 & 2, Video Film/Editing, Yearbook, Worship Team (Vocals and Instrument) and Associated Student Body for experience in student government.

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* Subjects include: Language Arts, Mathemathics, Social Studies and Science

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Hamlin School, San Francisco
Courses / Programs
For over 140 years, The Hamlin School has provided girls in the San Francisco Bay Area with the finest education possible. Parents who seek a challenging contemporary education for their daughters should consider Hamlin. We provide a sound scholastic environment for students from kindergarten through to 8th grade. Families come from all over the Bay Area. Most of our families live in San Francisco, although we have a significant number commuting from the North Bay and some from the East and South Bay.

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Oak Grove School, Ventura County
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Located in Ojai, California, south of Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, Oak Grove School offers innovative early childhood, elementary, junior high school programs, a college-preparatory high school, and a family-style boarding program all nourished by the educational vision of its founder, philosopher and educator J. Krishnamurti. Small classes in a natural environment are guided by experienced teachers who encourage discovery and inquiry while supporting exceptional academic, creative and personal growth.

203 day and boarding students attend Oak Grove School. The student to faculty ratio is 5:1, with an average class size of 14. The school is fully accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

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Adirondack Learning Academy - Accredited Homeschool Online Programs
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• 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 NCAA-approved online courses for students in Kindergarten through Grade 12 in California and throughout the United States.

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Frostig School, Pasadena
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The Learning Castle
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