Education

Reading Town
3007 Huntington Drive #202, Pasadena, CA 91107

www.sanmarino.readingtown.com
(626) 765-6016
Susan Kim
sanmarino.readingtown@gmail.com
Mavin Learning Resources
909 S. Santa Anita #A, Arcadia, CA
Education

MAVIN Learning Center helps students fulfill their potential. We do this through personalized instruction. Whether a student is an over-achiever or struggling with courses, we have the right solutions. With expert help and individual attention, every student can improve.

Call us today for more information:   Arcadia – (626) 821-9181

 

www.mavinlearning.com
(626) 821-9181
Aaron Rose
info@mavinlearning.com
Creative Arts Group
108 N. Baldwin Ave., Sierra Madre, CA 91024
Art Centers

Founded in Sierra Madre in 1960, Creative Arts Group (CAG) is a nonprofit art center providing a friendly and nurturing environment for people of all ages, ethnicities, and economic backgrounds. Bringing together the richness of our diverse community through programs, exhibitions, and workshops, CAG provides a means for discovering creative self-expression and developing an understanding and appreciation of others through the arts.

Creative Arts Group is a vital, energetic, art center and gallery attracting more than 2000 students annually who both shop and take classes. The organization aims to enrich the lives of individuals through the arts – a place where children and adults come to experience the joy of creating art as well as to appreciate the artistic talents of others.  Become a member to support our mission and receive discounts on classes year round.  We also have many opportunities for volunteering!

http://www.creativeartsgroup.org
(626) 355-8350
(626) 355-0361
Kristin Narvan
info@creativeartsgroup.org
Asian Youth Center
100 W. Clary Ave. San Gabriel, CA 91776
Education
Asian Youth Center (AYC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit community based organization serving the social service and educational needs of all youth and families, with a focus on Asian Immigrants. All of AYC’s programs and services help at-risk low income, immigrant, and adjudicated youth overcome the many problems they face at home, in school, and in the neighborhoods where they live. Since 1989, AYC has helped youth adapt and grow up to become healthy, productive law-abiding citizens who contribute positively to the multi-cultural society of the Greater Los Angeles area.

Established in 1989, the Asian Youth Center has been helping children and families in the San Gabriel Valley for over two decades. Over the years, the Asian Youth Center has continued to grow. In 1990, the organization became an independent and a non-profit organization. In the last 15 years, AYC has expanded its scope to serve non Asian youth and families as well, with culturally appropriate services in Cantonese, Mandarin, Vietnamese, Spanish, and English. Currently, AYC has offices in San Gabriel, Los Angeles, Lancaster, and Huntington Park. Our combined facilities have recreation areas, an indoor basketball court, computer labs, classrooms, and office space.

http://www.asianyouthcenter.org
(626)309-0622
(626)309-0717
Roy Rosell
roylife@hotmail.com
Arroyo Pacific Academy
41 W. Santa Clara St. Arcadia, CA 91007
School
Arroyo Pacific Academy is a private coeducational college preparatory high school based in Arcadia.

Arroyo Pacific Academy is a private coeducational college preparatory high school based in Arcadia. Arroyo Pacific Academy also welcomes students whose dominant language is not English. The Academy is a member of the Association of International Educators (NAFSA) and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The International Student Program is designed to teach students social and academic language skills as well as the cultural aspects of the English language necessary to succeed in an academic environment and contribute to society. It involves teaching, listening, speaking, reading and writing at appropriate developmental and proficiency levels. As part of the application process, the TOEFL or TOEFL Jr. must be taken by the student and official documentation must be provided. The I-20 form is issued at Arroyo Pacific Academy as a certified school by the Department of Homeland Security and the Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). Our approved admissions representatives (Agents) will help prepare documents for the admission process. Applicants will be required to provide current immigration documents to be copied and submit personal information as required by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. In addition, international students are required to meet the same academic and admission requirements as other students. For admission into this program, please request an International Student Admissions Package from our Admissions Office admissions@arroyopacific.org.

http://www.arroyopacific.org,
626-294-0661
Joe Blackman
jblackman@arroyopacific.org
Arcadia Unified School District
234 Campus Dr. Arcadia, CA 91007
School

Vision
In the Arcadia Unified School District, families and community are partners for student success. The policies, personnel and resources of the Arcadia Unified School District are used to ensure that all students are provided engaging, meaningful schoolwork that results in challenging them to think and reason, develop ownership for their own lifelong learning, respect diversity, and be contributing members of society.

Mission
It is the mission of the Arcadia Unified School District and the obligation of each school to provide quality work which is engaging, results in students learning meaningful content, and challenges every student to learn more.

Beliefs

  • Students are clients of the school district entitled to quality work.
  • Teachers are leaders entrusted to provide quality work for students.
  • Principals as leaders of leaders, are accountable for the success of the school.
  • District-level staff have a responsibility to work with schools and support initiative and effort to design quality work for students.
  • All support staff contribute to an environment conducive to engaging students in quality work.
  • The Superintendent has a critical responsibility to communicate a vision of the future and to initiate and support action toward the vision.
  • The Board of Education is responsible for setting policies that are consistent with these beliefs and that help the district to realize its vision.
  • Developing quality work requires collaboration and commitment to continuous professional growth on the part of educators and district staff.
  • The resources of the district must be organized to support the school’s obligation to provide quality work.
  • Schools and families are partners in helping students develop a sense of ownership for their learning.
  • The school district has a responsibility to enlist family and community resources necessary to support students’ school success.
http://site.ausd.net/
(626) 821-8300
(626) 821-8647
Dr. David Vannasdall
rabeyta@ausd.net
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