L.A. Zoo 5333 Zoo Dr, Los Angeles, CA90027 L.A. Zoo is an educational complex, botanical garden and animal zoo located within Griffith Park. The location offers…More a wide range of areas and programs for children and adults, including land animals, plants, reptiles, birds, mammals and more. Some educational programs include children's classes, school programs, adult education, field study, and zoo overnights. It also offers membership programs. Check the main website for information on zoo areas or for details on tickets or donations.
BHS/Hollywood Family Recovery Center 6838 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 BHS/Hollywood Family Recovery Center provides mental health services to individuals and families throughout the Los…More Angeles area. This facility offers programs for substance abuse disorders. These include counseling services, psychiatric evaluations, family education, drug screen testing and HIV/AIDS education. Services are available in Spanish.
Griffith Observatory 2800 E Observatory Ave, Los Angeles, CA90027 Griffith Observatory is a historic museum and educational complex located at Griffith Park. It offers numerous exhibits…More and public telescopes and provides entertaining and educational programs at a 300-seat planetarium. The site was used for scenes in the classic James Dean film, “Rebel Without A Cause.”
The Oaks School 6817 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 The Oaks School is a private elementary school located on the corner of Franklin and Highland avenues, on the grounds…More of the Hollywood United Methodist Church. Its mission is that the best learning opportunities are created when children are able to share in the responsibility for their own education and where they feel safe to take risks, make mistakes and then gain knowledge. The Oaks provides an educational environment where children are encouraged to explore, challenge, inquire about, explain and interpret the world around them. A strong academic curriculum is an integrated with fine arts, physical education, technology, library arts and personal development. The school also prides itself on active parent participation and its involvement in civic programs.
Los Angeles Recording School 6690 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 The Los Angeles Recording School's intensive audio education is designed to take students inside the world of music and…More audio production. The school is in the heart of Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard. From day one, students apprentice under a professional in the business, and learn one-on-one at a music production company. The goal of the LARS program is to give each student the best education in music and music management.
Temple Israel of Hollywood 7300 Hollywood Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90046 Temple Israel of Hollywood is a Jewish Reform synagogue that is composed of members who come from all different…More backgrounds of faith, including Jewish Conservative and Orthodox. The synagogue provides its congregation and the community with educational programs and social services in addition to worship services. The synagogue operates a nursery, day and religious school, and offers adult and family education programs, men's and women's clubs, and senior and youth programs.
LACER After School Program 1718 N Cherokee Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 LACER — Literacy Arts Culture Education and Recreation — is a nonprofit organization that provides…More free arts and literacy after school activities to Los Angeles school children. LACER is located inside the Hollywood Community Service building on Cherokee Avenue just north of Hollywood Boulevard. The LACER after school program is partnered with United Way and offers visual art education, dance, music, academic support and sports. To enter the LACER office you must walk through the attached garage on Cherokee Avenue. For more information and to enroll your child call or visit the website.
Blessed Sacrament School 6641 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Blessed Sacrament is a private Catholic school on Sunset Boulevard just a few blocks east of Highland Avenue, on the…More grounds of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, in an Italian Renaissance-style building. While schools officials recognize that parents have the primary responsibility to educate their children, the school offers a formal education that nurtures, supports and compliments the parents' training. Founded in 1913 by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart, it became a Jesuit-sponsored school in 1923. The school offers a computer program in all grades, and two technology labs were completely refurbished and re-equipped in 2010.
Its main offering is a free preschool program with part- or full-day classes. Home-based tutoring is also available for elementary school students.
The foundation's funding is through grants from the federal government's Head Start program and the City of Los Angeles.
This non-profit organization is "dedicated to the development of self-esteem, self-sufficiency and empowerment, we provide an environment which fosters respect and understanding of all individuals and their cultural backgrounds," according to the foundation's mission statement.
Green Clean 1680 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA90028 Green Clean is an eco-friendly cleaning service located in Hollywood. The cleaning service offers many services,…More including residential cleaning services, janitorial services, green education and consulting and tips on creating a green sanctuary space.