Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Administrative Offic 1651 16th St, Santa Monica, CA90404 The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District encompasses 11 elementary schools, four middle schools and three high…More schools in Santa Monica and Malibu, California. Its building on 16th Street between Colorado Avenue and Olympic Boulevard consists of administrative offices.
McKinley Elementary School is a California Distinguished School. Its "McKinley PRIDE" acronym stands for "Peaceful…More Respectful Intelligent Diverse Enthusiastic."</p>
<p>McKinley Elementary School has two "pathway" schools, both of which are located in Santa Monica: Lincoln Middle School and Santa Monica High School.</p>
Santa Monica High School 601 Pico Blvd, Santa Monica, CA90405 Founded in 1884, Santa Monica High School—more familiarly known as Samohi—is one of the oldest high schools…More in California. With a diverse student body (roughly 30 percent Latino, 9 percent black, 8 percent Asian and .2 percent American Indian), the school features an exceptionally broad range of academic, athletic and extracurricular opportunities. Samohi is part of the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District. Celebrity alumni include Sean Penn, Robert Downey Jr., Rob Lowe, Maya Rudolph and Charlie Sheen.
Santa Monica Montessori School 1909 Colorado Ave, Santa Monica, CA90404 Santa Monica Montessori School, also known as the International Montessori Education Center, is a private montessori…More school and one of the first such schools in the United States. The original school was founded in 1960 and moved to its current location in 2003, a single story brick building with a circular drive. It accepts students from early childhood through junior high school. The curriculum includes exercises in practical life, geography, history, fine art, grace/courtesy, mathematics, reading, language, music and science. The Santa Monica Montessori School also offers a summer camp program. For more information visit the website or call the school office.
The Santa Monica-Malibu Adult Education Center is located on the campus of Olympic High School. The Center, which is…More sponsored by the California Department of Education, offers a wide variety of classes for older residents of the Santa Monica community.</p>
<p>The school is part of an effort across California to develop skilled workers, caring family members and wise consumers of every age.</p>
<p>Programs include basic literacy, citizenship, computer literacy, English as a second language, GED preparation, GED testing, and high school diploma.</p>
<p>Community-education classes include arts, Excel workshop, health and fitness, jewelry, PowerPoint workshop, test preparation and video editing. Those classes are financed entirely by student fees.</p>
<p>The Santa Monica-Malibu Adult Education Center also features a fundamental skills center, a high school learning center and a math learning center.</p>
Fulcrum Adventures 204 Bicknell Ave, Santa Monica, CA90405 Fulcrum Adventures provides team-building and leadership development services to businesses, government agencies,…More schools and sports teams in Santa Monica and surrounding areas. Its athletic offerings include high- and low-rops challenge courses, rock climbing, backpacking, camping and kayaking. It also hosts workshops, retreats and seminars.
St. Monica Catholic High School 1030 Lincoln Blvd, Santa Monica, CA90403 St. Monica Catholic High School is a coeducational high school located on Lincoln Boulevard. Since 1937, the institution…More has provided its students with a faith-based education that stresses Christian service in addition to its college preparatory curriculum. (A variation of the school, called the Academy of the Holy Names, was founded in 1901.) Among the school's values are strong character, intellectual curiosity and love of God and others. Academic departments include art, computer studies, English, foreign languages, mathematics, performing arts, physical education, religious studies, science and social studies. In addition to academic requirements, students must also perform 100 hours of Christian service in order to graduate. Students, teachers, parents and members of the Santa Monica community partner for Reaching Out, Challenging Kids (ROCK), a program that encourages students to tutor and mentor. The school also features one technology lab (which contains 30 computers), one library (which also contains 30 computers) and one language lab. Additionally, the school has a broadcast journalism studio with film and sound equipment.