St. Teresa of Avila Program of Religious Education 2215 Fargo St, Los Angeles, CA90039 St. Teresa of Avila offers completion of the sacraments and religious education for adults and children of the parish…More through the Program of Religious Education. Adults or children desiring to complete the sacraments of baptism, First Communion, marriage or confirmation can do so by contacting the office of Religious Education and attending classes. Classes begin in September and end the May of the following year. Arrangements must be made through the office of Religious Education prior to beginning any classes.
Founded in 1999, the Echo Parenting and Education (formerly the Center for Nonviolent Education and Parenting) was…More created by Ruth Beaglehole. After a decade of working as a preschool teacher and parent educator, Beaglehole developed a nonviolent parenting philosophy in respone to the violent behavior patterns that she observed.
The Echo Parenting and EducationCenter provides parenting resources, including a variety of professional services, an educational newsletter and community events.
Parenting classes are held at the Echo Parenting and Education Center in the Echo Park United Methodist Church.
La Petite Academy 750 N Alameda St, Los Angeles, CA90012 La Petite Academy provides child care and educational programs to children 6 weeks to 6 years old. La Petite Academy's…More educational curricula is administered by educated and experienced staff and parental involvement is encouraged. La Petite Academy offers a number of age-specific and enrichment programs that are available year-round. Visit its events page on its website to learn more about upcoming programs and events.
Burlington School 242 N Burlington Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Founded in 1974 as a private pre-school with an extended daycare center, Burlington School is a multi-lingual…More school that serves children ages two to ten years. Located between Beverly Boulevard and Temple Street, the school offers nnursery, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and elementary school education. The school is registered under the California State Department of Education and boasts a staff experienced in the fields of early childhood and elementary education.
Evans Alternative Education and Work Center 1018 Mohawk St, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Evans Alternative Education and Work Center provides recovery programs for students 16-18 who have dropped out…More of school. The center offers students the chance to receive a high school diploma, equivalency and technical and career training programs. The school emphasises independent study with flexible scheduling so that students can maintain or seek employment while enrolled. Students also have access to free classes at the Evans Adult School.
Rosemont Early Education Center 421 Rosemont Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Rosemont Early Education Center offers childcare services for children ages two through five. In order to attend the…More center, a child must have a parent who is currently working, going to school or seeking employment. The child also must be completely potty trained. Childcare services are based on an individual family's needs. The students are grouped into age-appropriate classrooms where each teacher has a unique lesson plan for the day.
Shepherd University 1111 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90012 Established in 1999 by Dr. Richard Cornel S. Rhee, Shepherd University was founded to educate Korean immigrants in…More nursing, music, information technology, theology and language. The mission of the school is to teach men and women to be leaders, serve the church and improve the world through Christian higher education. The University features a 30,000-square-foot main campus, a 45,000-volume library and a computer lab with seventy-five personal computers.
Cathedral High School 1253 Bishops Rd, Los Angeles, CA90012-1453 Cathedral High School is an all-male college preparatory school that adheres to the principles of the Lasallian…More Education tradition. Its mission is to provide an education that reinforces religious principles of self-worth and respect for all students, particularly those from poor economic backgrounds. Cathedral High School maintains a visual and performing arts program; videos of its theatrical performances can be viewed on the school's website.