Month: November 2019

Learn4Life Offers Students An Alternative For Learning

  By Kim Harris  – November 22, 2019 “It was a warm sunny morning when Leslie Partida set out for Innovation High School at 39665 Avenida Acacias in Murrieta with her infant son David in tow. But Thursday, Nov. 14, wasn’t just any day for Partida, it was the day she would graduate with her […]

Written by on November 22, 2019

California is Failing its Homeless Students, Report Shows

It’s embarrassing and stressful to be a teen without a home. More and more young people, through no fault of their own, are housing insecure, either living on the streets, in a car, or couch surfing with friends or relatives. What’s worse, a recent report shows that California schools are not identifying their homeless students, […]

Written by on November 18, 2019

Students Travel the East Coast on an Experiential Learning College Tour

Learn4Life students & staff recently travelled to the East Coast on the most recent College Tour Experiential Learning field trip, in partnership with Pathways in Education. Students had the opportunity to tour the following prestigious East Coast Universities: Penn State Harvard University Northeastern University Yale University Columbia University Following their full College Tour, Students and staff were […]

Written by on November 18, 2019

Culinary Arts Capstone Project – Career Tech Ed Students Design a Restaurant

Learn4Life’s Career Technical Education (CTE) pathways give students a jump-start on their future and an edge in the workforce with the mastery of in-demand skills. Throughout Learn4Life’s Culinary Arts Capstone Course students learn basic cooking techniques and industry best practices, including but not limited to: Nine (9) Essential Basic Knife Skills Meat Fabrication Stock/Broth (using […]

Written by on November 12, 2019

Newest Graduate and Bell Ringing – Mario Olaque-Rivera

  🎓 Congratulations Mario! 🔔 Our newest San Diego graduate came to Learn4Life nine months ago with some initial struggles, but with some help he persevered! Mario has big plans to pursue a career in the Medical industry, starting as an EMT with the ultimate goal of becoming a Registered Nurse (RN) 👨‍⚕️  

Written by on November 5, 2019

Mario Olaque-Rivera Bell Ringing

On November 5, 2019, Mario Olaque-Rivera finished his graduation requirements, prompting our bell ringing ceremony at our Vista learning center. Mario graduates in December 2019 and will be speaking to his class at his graduation ceremony. He has plans to pursue a career in the Medical field, first becoming an EMT and then eventually a […]

Written by on November 5, 2019

Halloween 2019 With HOPE Program

🎃 Learn4Life recently hosted Halloween parties for our HOPE Program students in Greater Los Angeles, complete with fun games, arts & crafts, trick or treating, and face painting!

Written by on November 4, 2019

Mayor Rick Rodriguez Tours Downey Learning Center

City of Downey, California Mayor Rick Rodriguez recently visited, toured, and even held an open discussion with students and staff, learning more about our personalized learning and trauma-informed care model that is changing student stories throughout the country.

Written by on November 4, 2019

Muntaha Abdulahad Bell Ringing

Muntaha has been through so many obstacles in life; She is a mother of two kids, living with her mother and father-in-law. Muntaha came to school every day from 8 AM to 2 PM, working with teachers and tutors. When she first arrived at Learn4Life her goals were to finish High School and become a […]

Written by on November 4, 2019