LEARNING FOR LIFE CHARTER SCHOOL 2.0 !
A flexible, personalized independent study setting for grades 7-12
Our school was founded in 2001, with the mission of enabling students in grades 7--12 who had dropped out or were at risk of dropping out of traditional schools to become motivated again to learn, to develop a desire to complete their education and earn a high school diploma.
We continue this mission today and welcome any student who, through encouragement and an individualized study program, wishes to become a self-motivated, competent, life-long learner. We help students become an educated person in the 21st Century: a scholar, a healthy physical being, a community member, a citizen of the world, and a participant in a technologcal society.
HOW WE OPERATE
WHO CAN ATTEND?
SCHEDULES & SUBJECTS
CORE SUBJECTS20 hours per week are spent logged into our online academic courses. You will spend this time watching video of teachers explaining their subjects and then engaging in interactive learning activities. We offer A--G approved classes in English Language Arts (ELA), Math, Science, Social Studies, Fine Arts, and World Languages.
FITNESS ACTIVITIES5 hours per week are spent engaged in PE, doing things outside of school like walking, jogging, working out at the gym, or whatever else you do to keep fit and healthy.
LEARNING IN YOUR COMMUNITY5 hours per week are spent engaged in your favorite activities, which act as your electives. Volunteer, work, race motorcycles or go-carts, study music or martial arts, play football, soccer or basketball, take courses through the recreation department or at a community college, or whatever else you do for fun.
We operate our own Google Schools domain.
Students are provided a school email address and the full suite of Google tools (Calendar, Documents, Sheets, Slides, Blogger....) to help complete their assignments.
With the involvement of students, parents, staff and the community, Learning for Life Charter School is reinventing itself to create a more personal, meaningful and impactful learning experience.
Our students come from near and far, and from all walks of life.
Students By Grade
7th & 8th Grade
9th & 10th Grade
11th & 12th Grade
Mr. Kenneth Lawrence-Emanuel, Executive Director & Math Teacher
Ms. Marielle Rivers, Counselor
Ms. Elisa Fireman, Spanish & Social Studies Teacher
Mr. Stephen Ferrin, Science Teacher
Ms. Gloria Shaw, English & Art Teacher
Ms. Gloria Hughes, Registrar
Mr. Sergio Paredes, Tutor
Ms. Alma Renteria, School--Community Liaison
Mr. Justin Alnas, School--Community Liaison