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Global Green USA
2218 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405
Global Green USA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to finding solutions for environmental problems. Programs consistMore of affordable green housing and solar energy initiatives, business greening programs, education programs through Santa Monica College and workshops for local homeowners. With headquarters in Southern California, it leverages the environmental enthusiasm of the entertainment community. Board members include actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Edward Norton.
Pacifica Christian High School
1730 Wilshire Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90403
Pacifica Christian High School is an independent, four-year, co-ed college preparatory day school located at PilgrimMore Lutheran Church on Wilshire Boulevard and Eighteenth Street. A liberal arts school, it is also the sole Protestant and independent high school on the Westside. The school is a member of ASCI, the California Interscholastic Federation, the College Board, Educational Record Bureau, PAIDIEA Inc, the Independent Alliance for Minority Affairs and the National Association of College Admission Counselors. Academic offerings include Bible study, English, foreign language, history, math, performing arts, physical education, science and visual arts. Among the graduation requirements are 240 semester credits, with at least a C grade in each class. Seventy percent of students enrolled at Pacifica Christian High School participate in two or more sports. The school has earned many sports titles through the California Interscholastic Federation, appeared numerous times in the CIF Playoffs, and won Team League titles in the Harbor, Heritage and Mulholland leagues. Arts programs include film, improv, music, theater and visual art. A fall play, film festival and spring musical are held each year. Tuition at Pacifica Christian High School is $17,250 per year, with additional fees for books and uniforms. The majority (54 percent) of Pacifica students receive need-based financial aid, with the school providing $900,000 to that end in 2010-2011.
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