Child Foundation 1226 Chelsea Ave, Santa Monica, CA90404 This is the local office of the Child Foundation, which helps children stay in school. Child Foundation, which…More was founded in 1994, believes that the stigma of being poor should not limit a child and with help a child can move beyond their situation with tools found in education and reach his or her true and full potential. By providing access to education, Child Foundation hopes to increase the number of students graduating from school.
CLARE Foundation 909 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA90405 Serving clients throughout Santa Monica and the surrounding communities, the CLARE Foundation provides professional…More recovery services to adolescent and adult patients. This clinic specializes in providing mentoring, education and therapy for individuals dealing with homelessness and substance abuse-related crimes. Independently owned and operated, CLARE operates 11 outpatient, residential and community-based programs.
Teles Properties - Diane Dorin 717 11th St, Santa Monica, CA90402 Diane Dorin is a real estate agent focused on the Santa Monica area. She is affiliated with Teles Properties and has…More lived in Southern California since she was a teenager. Dorin works with clients looking to buy and sell properties, specifically focusing on residential properties. She also offers home referral services for painters, plumbers, estate and tax advisers and other home services. For each sale that Dorin makes, she donates a portion of the proceeds to the Santa Monica-Malibu Education Foundation.
Olympic High School provides an alternative education that includes standards-based curriculum, intensive…More guidance/counseling and project-based learning. Students are tended to individually and have a significant support system of educators. They are instructed to take many elective courses prior to graduation.</p>
<p>The "Olympic CARES" acronym, which in part defines the school, stands for "Communicators, Analytical Thinkers, Responsible Individuals, Ethical Citizens and Scholars."</p>
<p>The school's curriculum includes the following (some subjects have multiple courses): 20th-Century History in Film; Advanced Art; Algebra; APEX Learning French; APEX Learning; Art Foundation; Biological Science; CAHSEE Math; Career Exploration; Consumer Math; Counseling; Creative Writing; Criminal Justice; Digital Design; Drama; Drums; Economics; English; Essentials for Algebra; Geometry; Government; Guitar; Healthy Living; Intensive Literacy Support; K9; PAL Digital Design; PAL Fitness; Photography; Physical Education; Physical Science; Science Elective; Sober Living; Statistics; Teacher Assistant; Tutorial; US History; Venice Arts Photography; Work Experience ROP; and World History.</p>
<p>The student body is 58 percent Latino, 26 percent white and 12 percent black.</p>
<p>Olympic High School is currently undergoing construction but remains open.</p>
New Roads School is a progressive, independent college-preparatory school. It promotes ethnic, racial, cultural and…More socio-economic diversity; the school's mantra is "inspiring education for an evolving world."</p>
<p>The New Roads School campus in Santa Monica is located on Olympic Blvd. and 31st St., and serves middle and high school students. Its other two campuses are in Los Angeles and Malibu.</p>
<p>In 2010, the Santa Monica Middle School and High School campuses were consolidated. Meanwhile, construction began on the Herb Alpert Educational Village, a joint venture between New Roads and the New Visions Foundation. Named after the former Santa Monica mayor and councilmember, the Village will be dedicated to educational research.</p>
<p>More than 50 percent of New Roads School are people of color; more than 35 percent of faculty are as well. More than 50 percent of students receive financial aid at New Roads School; it devotes at least 40 percent of its annual budget to financial aid.</p>
<p>While there are no Advanced Placement classes, New Roads School does offer an Advanced Honors curriculum and Independent Study program. All students seeking to go to college are accepted to a college or university.</p>