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Learning Disabilities / Special Needs Programs in Los Angeles, CA

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Carousel School:
Carousel School is a non-public school in Southwest LA providing preschool, elementary school through high school programs for children with special needs or disabilities including Autism Spectrum Disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, Down syndrome, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), and communication disorders. We also provide an Adult Day Program (ADP) for adults 18-55. Carousel School is located at 7899 La Tijera Blvd. in Southwest LA, just off the Interstate 405 (San Diego Freeway), close to Ladera Heights, Inglewood and Los Angeles International Airport.

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Early Intervention (EI) Program (Birth - 3 years):
7899 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Children from birth through 3 years old who have a diagnosed disability or special need, or who are at risk of developmental delays, may receive specialized programming. Through Carousel’s Early Intervention Program, children with special needs may participate in an integrated half-day preschool program with typically-developing peers, while also receiving the additional therapeutic support services they need.

Preschool & Infant Programs (Birth - 5 years):
Carousel Preschool and Infant Center
-7899 La Tijera Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Carousel Preschool and Infant Center has been in operation since 1984 and provides early childhood education and care for the Los Angeles airport local community. Carousel serves children from 1 mo through 5 years old in a nurturing, stimulating, and family-centered environment, where the cultures and special needs of children and families are embraced and supported.

Non-Public School Educational Program (Middle School & High School Students):
- 7899 La Tijera Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Carousel middle school and high school students participate in weekly Community Based Instruction (CBI) trips, which target the development of functional skills in natural, non-school based environments, such as the post office, grocery store, bakery, and police and fire stations. Prior to going out into the community, teachers and staff prepare the students for what they will do and how they should act. Skills learned in the classroom are generalized and taught in the community. These skills, practiced over time, will give our students the confidence to participate in community events and socialize in new and unfamiliar environments.

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Program:
- 7899 La Tijera Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Carousel School offers students a specialized day class appropriate to meet their needs in the areas of academics (either general education or alternate curriculum), communication and technology, and social/emotional and behavioral needs. Students will receive individualized attention and support from their credentialed teachers, lead instructional assistants, and behavioral aides.

Behavioral Program:
- 7899 La Tijera Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Carousel staff addresses students’ behaviors and re-shapes cognitive and sensory interventions to best facilitate students’ development. With the support of our therapists, educators, classroom staff, and parents, we develop appropriate expectations and provide consistent and positive reinforcements that are necessary to help our students succeed.

After-School Program at Salvin:
- Salvin School, 1925 S. Budlong Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90007
2:00 pm – 5:00pm, Monday through Friday. Carousel School also offers extended Camp hours at Salvin, from 8:00am – 4:00pm, during Spring Break, Summer Break, and Winter Break.

Adult Day Program (ADP) for adults 18-55 years:
- 7899 La Tijera Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90045
In 2010, Carousel School expanded its services to include an Adult Day Program that will provide clients with opportunities to actively engage in a high-quality program and services that will teach them the skills necessary to optimize their quality of life and to be connected with their local community. Adults with special needs will participate in an integrated full-day program dedicated to helping them become active participants of their communities.

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Address: 7899 La Tijera Blvd, Los Angeles, California , USA
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Seed2Sprout Learning Center, Alameda County
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Situated in Dublin CA, in the heart of Alameda County, Seed2Sprout Learning Center is a high-quality nonprofit educational organization that offers Preschool, Kindergarten, and After-school Academy programs to boys and girls from age 2.5 though 8th Grade.

Our Mission Statement is "To educate and nurture children through developmentally-appropriate programs focusing on their physical, emotional, cognitive, social, aesthetic, and spiritual development as the foundations for their happiness and success in school and life.”
Educational Programs (2.5-6 year olds)

- Preschool Academy
- Mandarin Preschool
- Mandarin Kindergarten
- Summer Fun Fest Camp

K-8th Grade Students:

- Afterschool Academy
- Summer Bridge Camp
- Pioneer Club
- Individual Tutoring
Santa Monica Montessori School
Courses / Programs
Santa Monica Montessori School in Santa Monica in west Los Angeles County, CA, is a private early childhood, elementary and junior high school offering Montessori school programs to children in grades Pre-K through to 7th. The Santa Monica Montessori School offers an enriched curriculum including exercises in practical life, sensorial, mathematics, reading, language, grace / courtesy, science, geography, history, fine arts, humanities, foreign languages and music. Our internationally diverse faculty are selected carefully for their love of teaching and respect for the Montessori method.

Santa Monica Montessori School is a private elementary school established in 1960 as a fully accredited Montessori school and teacher training institute by Dr. Claude Claremont, an associate of Dr. Maria Montessori. The Santa Monica Montessori School is registered with the California State Department of Education and adheres to the California Education Code. The school follows the public school calendar as set forth by the Santa Monica Unified School District.
* Early Childhood program
* Elementary School program
* Junior High School program

Pre-K through to Grade 7 curriculum includes:

- Mathematics
- Reading
- Language
- Grace / Courtesy
- Science
- Geography
- History
- Fine Arts
- Humanities
- Foreign Languages
- Music
Adirondack Learning Academy - Accredited Homeschool Online Programs
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 NCAA-approved 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 completion of the program, 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
• College entrance assistance
• Interactive digital content
• Customizable, personal curriculum

A homeschool diploma is awarded on successful completion of the program
Curtis School, Los Angeles
Courses / Programs
Curtis School is an independent K-6 elementary school at the summit of the Santa Monica Mountains in Los Angeles, serving families in Encino, Santa Monica, Beverly Glen and surrounding communities. Curtis is a family school of happy children, enthusiastic teachers, supportive administrators, and active parent volunteers. Working together in a warm, nurturing environment, we pursue our educational goal of "a sound mind in a sound body governed by a compassionate heart." Curtis offers a traditional academic curriculum while adapting new advances in technology and teaching methods.

Our goal is to inspire a love of learning in all of our students that will motivate them to reach their highest academic potential in the years to follow Curtis. We prepare our students for some of the most rigorous secondary schools in Los Angeles where Curtis graduates consistently succeed. As a family school, we accept children with a variety of learning styles, requiring a corresponding diversity of teaching methods in order for effective learning to occur for all. We are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
Education Programs:
- Kindergarten Program
- Elementary School Program
- Lower Elementary School Program
- Upper Elementary School Program.

* The core academic subjects of language arts, math, social studies and science are complemented by specialist classes in art, music or performing arts, PE, as well as a wide range of enrichment opportunities and experiences.
Delphi Academy of Los Angeles
Courses / Programs
Delphi Academy of Los Angeles is an independent, coeducational, non-sectarian day school offering a preschool through high school program on one campus.

The campus is located in the foothills of the Angeles National Forest in the equestrian community of Lake View Terrace in the San Fernando Valley region.

Academics focus on providing students with a solid grounding in the basics, a rich and challenging hands-on curriculum, and the ability to study purposefully and independently.

The Delphi program includes a fully rounded curriculum available for all age levels. Even the very youngest students are exposed to basic concepts of science, history, and the various humanities.

A rigorous mastery of the basics forms the core of the curriculum, with the complete program developing a wide spectrum of skills and knowledge in cultural, scientific and social subjects.

In addition to traditional academic subjects, students get training in practical areas such as communication, manners, computers, nutrition and organization.

Delphi Academy of Los Angeles admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

Parent Testimonial:

"I am so grateful that a school like Delphi exists. The academic program is challenging and it makes the study of vital subjects (like reading and math) absolutely fun and rewarding.”
- Elementary School Parent
Coeducational K-12 Programs:

• Preschool
• Lower School
• Elementary School
• Middle School
• Upper School
• Summer Programs
• English Immersion Program for International Students (Academic Year)
• English Immersion Camps (Spring, Summer & Winter - 4 weeks to 3 months)
Lycée Français La Pérouse, Bay Area
Courses / Programs
The Lycée is a PK to 12th grade college preparatory school in the San Francisco Bay Area which is based on the French national curriculum augmented by courses in American History, English Literature and Visual Arts. It provides a challenging educational environment, emphasizing academic achievement leading to the French Baccalaureate.

Designed to provide our students with a structured, well-assimilated body of general knowledge while encouraging the development of analytical and critical thinking skills, the curriculum fosters autonomy, initiative, self-respect and the respect of others, cooperation and responsibility. In addition, by becoming bilingual, our students become aware of and respect cultural differences. They are consequently able to make informed choices about their future and are prepared for success in tomorrow's world.

There are currently more than 900 students on three campuses, the Corte Madera campus, located in Marin County (PK to 5th grades), and two campuses in San Francisco, the Ashbury campus for Primary students (PK to 5th grades) and the Ortega campus for Middle and High school.
- A PK to 12th grade college preparatory school.

- Full time school from 2 1/2 years old (nursery school) to 12th grade.

- A part-time nursery class is avalaible on the Corte Madera campus, Marin County for the 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 years old.