Art Works Studio and Classroom is a fine art studio for all ages in the business district of Culver City. The…More studio's goal is to promote learning about art, art history, and the creative process. Art Works Studio has been in business for over 10 years and has recently expanded to a second studio in Hollywood. There are classes 7 days a week, year round amazing art camps , and art parties.
Looking Glass Children Services 5751 Uplander Way, Culver City, CA90230 Looking Glass Children's Services is a non-public agency contracted by school districts to provide behavioral…More intervention for special needs children. Although their specialty is classroom intervention, home intervention is also an option. The behavioral services offered here include in class one-on-one behavioral intervention, in home one-on-one behavioral intervention, classroom consultation, curriculum adaption, therapeutic companions, social skills training, parent training, and respite services. Programs are adapted to individual students' needs using strategies such as CABA, DTT, floor time, pivotal response, visual strategies, and special education techniques. The executive director of Looking Glass, Christine Anderson MEd, is the mother of an autistic child and founded the company in 2000, drawing from her experience as a special educator and behavioral therapist.
Pacifica Montessori School 6585 Green Valley Cir, Culver City, CA90230 Pacifica Montessori School provides Montessori-style education for children in pre-school through 5th grade. This unique…More location is housed in the Heather Village Condominiums, a complex originally designed with a school. Students here are given the opportunity to grow and learn at their own pace, following their own interests within the curriculum. Classrooms have mixed ages and multiple teachers to guide students on an individual level. Pacifica Montessori was established in 1982, and has a West Los Angeles campus as well.
Park Century School aims to meet the educational, emotional, and social needs of learning disabled students of…More average to superior intellectual potential.
The Park Century Academic program is taught within one to one tutorial sessions and small, ungraded classrooms. One to one instruction in reading and mathematics is provided. Subject areas such as social studies and science are presented within the small group. Written and oral expression are taught individually. Integral parts of the school are computer and study skills, physical education and perceptual motor skills, arts and enrichment, and, if necessary, speech and language therapy. Many of School's faculty are trained as educational therapists and serve as mentors in the community.
Faculty include nine Classroom Teachers, a Teaching Associate, eight Teaching Assistants, ten Reading and/or Math Specialists, an On-Site Substitute Teacher, a Visual Arts Instructor, a Science Teacher, a Physical Education Teacher, an Assistant Physical Education Teacher, a Computer/Media Instructor, a Librarian, a Clinical Aide and five Speech and Language Therapists. In addition, selected arts professionals conduct classes and programs in the Performing Arts. Many of School's faculty are trained as educational therapists and serve as mentors in the community.