True Religion 395 Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica, CA90401 True Religion is located on the first floor of the Santa Monica Place mall, steps away from the Pacific Ocean and…More downtown Santa Monica. They are well known for their jeans, but also offer tees, jackets, shorts and more for men and women. Their Southern style is chic, hip and trendy, with a variety of cuts for their denim, including straight leg, skinny and flare. The store is large and open, with friendly employees and a fun, edgy vibe that carries throughout. Valet parking is available in the mall's lot and online shopping is also an option.
Tween Scene Boutique 1456 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, CA90401 Specializing in clothing and accessories for girls aged 7 to 12, Tween Scene in Santa Monica offers lightly worn,…More designer brand clothing at affordable prices. Tween Scene sells clothing, but will also buy cute, quality clothes in good condition from customers. Also, they offer a service that allows girls to bring in their clothing, accessories, belts, jewelry and more, and they'll "bling it out" to give it a fresh new look. Tween Scene has a beauty bar that provides sweet smelling products like soaps and lotions for the younger set, in fragrances like vanilla, cupcake and strawberry, and all under the brand Delicious. Some previously worn brands carried here include Juicy Couture, Diesel, True Religion and 7 for All Mankind. Trendy wall art and art supplies can be purchased here as well. The shop offers themed birthday parties for girls, with themes like Paparazzi Movie Premier, Creation Station, Charms and Spa Day.
PS#1 Elementary School is a unique, independent-minded institution that embraces the inclusive concept of…More educational pluralism: the idea that a community flourishes when differences are respected and welcomed. Its motto is "where knowledge meets imagination."</p>
<p>Unlike traditional elementary schools, each PS#1 classroom has a two-year age span among its students and two lead teachers. Students work together in small clusters. The integrated curriculum includes before- and after-school programs, drama math, human development, music, physical education, science, service learning, social studies, technology and visual arts.</p>
<p>The student body at PS#1 is diverse in terms of ethnicity, religion and socio-economic status. The school offers a substantial amount of financial aid in an effort to maintain its diversity.</p>
<p>The school's Field of Dreams features a soccer field, an art-ball court, two stages designed for "imaginative play" and a bamboo forest.</p>
St. Monica Catholic Elementary School is a parochial institution that serves students from kindergarten through…More eighth grade. Although daily prayer and frequent participation in school Masses is part of the curriculum, the school welcomes children of all faiths.</p>
<p>The school features 10 classrooms, two libraries and two computer labs. It shares an auditorium, youth center and offices with St. Monica's Parish.</p>
<p>The curriculum includes algebra, art, computer science, language arts, library, mathematics, music, physical education, reading, religion, science, social studies, technology, substance abuse prevention and AIDS education. St. Monica Catholic Elementary School's free Project Think is an after-school program that encompasses homework execution, study hall and one-on-one tutoring. It meets twice a week for 45 minutes at a time.</p>
<p>St. Monica Catholic Elementary School has one teacher per grade level. Additional staff consists of the church pastor and associate pastor; the school president; the principal; the associate principal (who is also the eighth-grade teacher); the science/math/computers teacher; the honors algebra teacher; the librarian; the music teacher; the physical education/athletic director; the primary computer lab teacher; the special projects director; two technology directors; the administrative executive secretary; three supervisors; and three instructional aides.</p>
<p>The school was founded by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, but since they parted ways with the school due to a shortage in personnel in 1975, the school has been run by an all-lay faculty and staff.</p>