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Holy Family Day Home, San Francisco:
For more than 100 years, Holy Family Day Home has been a pioneer in providing educational development for young children while nurturing positive interaction with their families. We offer first class Infant, Toddler, Preschool and Kindergarten Programs in San Francisco. We are proud to serve families in the Castro, Central East, Mission, Buena Vista and neighbouring Bay Area communities. We partner with parents and guardians to encourage healthier families, build a foundation for lifelong achievement and open doors to a rewarding future. As the Day Home embarks on another century of service, we remain committed to fostering an environment of limitless possibilities for our students. We were named the highest quality childcare center in San Francisco by the California Department of Education in 2002. We serve Bay Area families from a diverse socio-economic background.

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Infant Program:
Our Minna Street Infant Program is designed to be a "nest" for young children — a completely safe space in which they may freely explore their environment. The children interact with one another and develop their natural sense of independence and curiosity.The Program serves nine infants ages three to 18 months and sixteen toddlers ages 12 – 24 months.

The infant room has an excellent infant to caregiver ratio of 3:1. This ratio allows for highly individualized infant care. Each child is assigned a primary caregiver who is responsible foPhoto of Preschool / Child Care in San Francisco CAr meeting the basic needs of the child and regularly communicating with the infant’s parents/ guardians. Caregivers follow each child’s feeding and sleeping cycle and provide routine care and nurturing supervision according to each child’s needs.

The physical environment has soft areas for indoor play and an outdoor area that is separate from the toddlers. The separate play areas maximize the infants’ safety while providing open areas for movement. Infants are seen as competent human beings, capable of communicating their personal needs and getting those needs met. Infants may explore the indoor or outdoor environments as they wish, always accompanied by a caregiver.

Preschool and Kindergarten Program:

Central to our Dolores Street Preschool and Transitional Kindergarten Program is our belief that children's self-esteem is based on pride in their culture, appreciation of their feelings, celebration of their uniqueness and the experience of success.

The children enjoy a rich and varied day filled with educational activities that prepare them to become learners, an essential building block without which tImage of Preschool / Child Care in San Francisco CAhey would not succeed in the years ahead.

The morning program includes activities that provide children with the opportunity to develop learning skills through play activities. The children practice their gross motor skills and develop strong muscles and bones in our extensive yard with age-appropriate outdoor equipment. Lunch is also served in the classrooms.

After lunch, the children are taught hygiene and personal care by washing their face and hands and brushing their teeth. Naptime follows and children rest quietly with a book and/or their favorite stuffed animal. At the end of their day, the children are provided with a snack and participate in group activities where they acquire social skills and learn conflict resolution strategies.

The Holy Family Community Health Program:
The Holy Family Community Health Program supports the health of all its children and their families. Our Community Health Program is truly ending the cycle of poverty by offering services and educational classes to help our parents/guardians secure affordable healthcare and culturally sensitive health related services. When families are healthy, they can focus more attention on their child's educational development and on achieving financial stability through gainful employment. Our on-site Community Health Advocate works to identify and respond to the health needs of our families.

Our services include:

• Making referrals to local healthcare agencies and resources,
• Assisting families in their search for affordable health insurance,
• Educating our families by inviting guest speakers and leading discussions and workshops on relevant health topics, and
• Partnering with other community agencies that promote healthy living, such as Weight Watchers, San Francisco Food Bank and San Francisco Ballet Company

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Address: 299 Dolores Street, San Francisco, California , USA
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St. Anne School, Laguna Niguel
Courses / Programs
Located in Laguna Niguel, CA, St. Anne School is an independent Catholic school that fosters the intellectual and character development of more than 800 students in grades preschool through eight, providing unparalleled academics and extracurricular activities designed to challenge, educate and nurture the whole child in partnership with parents. We serve preschool, elementary, and middle school students with a range of courses in English, Mathematics, Religion, Science, and Social Science.

In addition to our core educational categories, we also provide a range of special programs including Chinese, Spanish, Creative Writing, Health, Fine Art, Graphic Design, Orchestra, and Athletics among others.

With a robust co-curricular program, St. Anne students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of clubs, classes, and activities that complement classroom study and create a balanced learning environment to develop the whole child.

Our vision is to develop future generations of creative thinkers, innovative problem solvers, effective communicators and emerging leaders, guided by the Catholic faith, to influence our local and global communities for the greater good.
Pre-school - 8th Grade Core Courses (Pre-school, Elementary & Middle School)

- English
- Mathematics
- Religion
- Science
- Social Science
- Physical Education
- Art

Elective Courses (Middle school)
- Chinese, Spanish, Orchestra, Show Choir, Creative Writing, Health, Graphic Design, Future Problem Solvers...

Extra-curricular / After-school Courses:
- Music, Drama, Cooking, Dance, Digital Media, Jewelry Making, Arts and Crafts...
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)
Bach II Rock Academy of Music
Courses / Programs
Based in La Habra in Orange County, Bach II Rock Academy of Music offers music lessons for kids and teens in Orange County and parts of Los Angeles County. We are proud to provide guitar, piano, voice, drums, violin and bass classes, serving the cities of La Habra Heights, Brea, Fullerton, Buena Park and La Mirada. We also serve the following cities in north-east Los Angeles County: Whittier, Hacienda Heights, La Puente, Norwalk, Walnut, Diamond Bar and Chino Hills.

We specialize in private music lessons, which are customized to each individuals experience and goals. We can create a custom group class for those wanting to take music lessons with friends and family, or you can enroll in one of our preplanned semester classes open to everyone.

Bach II Rock Academy of Music was established to inspire and teach our students the music they love from the present, while learning the fundamentals that were so important in the past. At our academy we believe that taking music lessons in a school setting is extremely beneficial to students. Seeing and interacting with other students on a weekly basis allows students to not only learn from their instructor, but also from their peers.
Year-round and semester-based music lessons for kids and teens including:

- Private lessons in piano, voice, guitar, drums, bass, clarinet, flute, bassoon, saxophone, violin, viola and cello.

- Group instrumental classes including piano and guitar classes and more...

- Rock Band Class.
- Rock Band Performer Program.

- We are currently offering free trial music lessons in your choice of guitar, piano, voice, drums, violin and bass.
Milestones Preschool, Los Angeles
Courses / Programs
Milestones Preschool provides a play based bilingual (English and Spanish) preschool program in the beautiful neighborhood of Lower Ladera in Inglewood, Los Angeles, near Westchester and Culver City. At Milestones Preschool, we take extra care in making children feel safe, comfortable and loved. We provide children a rich learning environment to explore and discover.

Our goal for our graduates is to enter kindergarten as self confident, effective problem solvers. Our philosophy is influenced by the teachings of Reggio, a philosophy that believes that children thrive when given time to ask questions, test theories and explore topics that interest them. We teach reading, writing, math, science and social development through play.

Teachers take immense care in planning the curriculum around the child’s interest zone. With our bilingual program, we speak, sing songs, do rhymes, finger plays count and introduce letters in both Spanish and English.
Play-based bilingual (English and Spanish) preschool program:

- For children two and a half through to five years old.

- Reading, writing, math, science and social development is taught through play.

- We speak, sing, do rhymes, finger plays count and introduce letters in both Spanish and English.
Tiny Scholars Daycare
Courses / Programs
Situated in Redondo Beach, Los Angeles County CA, Tiny Scholars Daycare provides Mandarin Chinese language immersion programs for kids ages 2-5.

Our mission is to enrich your children’s educational experience and begin their foundation to becoming proficient in Chinese Mandarin.

We offer an immersion approach in a relaxed atmosphere where the children acquire the language naturally through play and a variety of fun activities.

Our philosophy is to offer a curriculum that is presented in a non-pressured manner depending on a child’s academic and emotional readiness.
Mandarin Chinese Preschool Immersion Program:
- For children ages 2-5

- Our curriculum follows a weekly theme so that morning activities are taught completely in Mandarin Chinese, while the afternoon activities are taught in English.

- Low teacher:student ratios 1:3 in Morning classes & 1:5 in afternoon program

- Maximum number of students: 12
Arbor Bay School / ALLS, San Mateo County
Courses / Programs
Arbor Bay School / ALLS in Redwood City in San Mateo County on the San Francisco Peninsula in Northern CA (approximately 27 miles south of San Francisco, and 24 miles north of San Jose), is a non-profit, non-public school providing multidisciplinary educational support to children with learning differences. Arbor Bay School / ALLS, founded under the auspices of Associated Learning & Language Specialists Inc., continues the tradition of excellence in educational and therapeutic services initiated by Pam Joy, Founder and CEO, in 1980.

The mission of Arbor Bay School / ALLS is to increase opportunities for academic and social success through highly individualized and specialized instruction in a small classroom environment. Students learn “how they learn” and how to master individual learning strategies. Each student’s learning style should define the content and form of their unique educational and therapeutic program.

At Arbor Bay School / ALLS, the program focuses on the developmental growth of each child. We deliver a unique combination of educational and therapeutic services to help each child reach the highest level of academic and social success.
- Grades K-8, 5 days a week, up to 6-1/2 hours per day. Serving children 5 – 14 years of age

- California State Curriculum Standards followed

- Multi-disciplinary staff onsite – Speech / Language Pathologists, Behavior & Occupational Therapists

- Practical and Fine Arts specialists

- Language! And Lindamood-Bell approaches utilized

- Individual and group tutoring, social-language groups, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are available in the clinic after school