Their new facility, the Orange County Workforce Innovation High School Garden Grove Learning Center, is located in West Garden Grove at 12821 Knott Street and serves local students who struggled learning in traditional public education along with those who are seeking a more personalized education model. In addition to standard curriculum, the center features many specialty classes for students to take such as fine arts, technology, and even a 3-D printing course.
Members of the Chamber of Commerce, School Staff members, along with students and parents gathered to officially open the new learning center through the ribbon cutting. The open house also consisted of tours of the facility and recognition of outstanding students who have been working through the programs at the center already. Awards were announced and handed out by the Principal Julie Parra and Assistant Principal Lili LaFrance. A staff member from Supervisor Andrew Do’s office was in attendance to present the new school with a Certificate of Recognition.
Learn 4 Life is a nonprofit charter school that has an educational mission specifically aimed at serving at-risk students through high school diploma programs and job skills training. They offer a variety of specialized education techniques and practices that include personalized learning, on-on-one attention, flexibility, and a safe environment for students to learn and grow. The school offers programs that allow students to recover credits and return to traditional public school or stay in the program and gain an accredited diploma. In addition to traditional high school courses, the school offers professional development training such as resume and cover letter writing, interview skills, and job application practice.
If you are interested in Learning 4 Life or have questions about the new High School you can reach out to them at (714) 705-6830 or learn more at http://learn4life.org/.