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Frostig School, Pasadena:
The Frostig School offers a full range of academic and support services for students in Grades 1-12 who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities (LD) including dyslexia, dysgraphia and dyscalculia along with ADHD, ADD and Asperger’s. Situated in Pasadena, the school serves students in West Los Angeles, Pasadena and the San Fernando / San Gabriel Valley areas. Frostig School is dedicated to helping children with learning disabilities reach their full potential.

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Why Choose the Frostig School?


- Qualified & Experienced Teachers
All of our classroom teachers are credentialed in special education and use a wide range of research-based approaches to learning.

- Small Class Sizes
We offer a small class size with a low student-to-teacher ratio (6:1), ensuring all students receive a curriculum tailored to meet their individual needs.

- Wide-range of Electives & Activities
We encourage students to excel and thrive through an extensive array of electives (art, film, drama, music, computer technology, and Spanish).

- Fully-Accredited Curriculum
Our curriculum is approved by the California Department of Education and is WASC accredited ensuring each student receives the finest education possible.

Accredited Curriculum for Students with Learning Disabilities in Grades 1-12:


Features include:
- 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)
- Physical Education
- Social Skills Program
- Guidance Counseling
- Onsite Clinical Services
- School Activities
- Traditional Summer School
- Summer Camp
- Cooking Adventures
- Jewelry Making and Ceramics
- Screen Printing (silk screening)

Parent Testimonials:
“Our son has shown such improvement and joy since attending Frostig. The staff honestly cares and works so completely with the child. They are doing the job…what they say is what they do. Given the tools, help and patience he receives daily, he shines and is happy and well prepared. This is a good place with amazing people.”
- Frostig Parent

“As a parent, I only have positive things to say about the Frostig School. We are grateful that our child is at a school supported by staff that believes in his abilities and looks at him as the child that can instead of can’t. We feel blessed to be able to have our child attend the school.”

- Frostig Parent

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Address: 971 North Altadena Drive, Pasadena, Los Angeles County, California 91107, USA
Some interested visitors submitting program inquiries to our school up to 2018-09-28 were from:

Monterey Park;   Pasadena,CA;   San Gabriel ca;   South El MOnte;   Glendale;   Pasadena;   San Gabriel;   Covina ca;   and more.
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