Inland Empire professionals with school-age children who must make the daily commute to the Los Angeles metro area may want to consider the St. Louis of France School as an educational venue that will match their lifestyle and the need for their young to lay the groundwork for their a successful academic run.
A hidden gem centrally located in the city of La Puente, St Louis of France School offers small classes from pre-kindergarten to the 8th grade, at an affordable price. The school is also offering special scholarship assistance to students for up to five years. In addition, St Louis has an extended care (early in/late pick up) program for working parents.
So, if you’re on your way to work into the L.A. area, it’s a great location for your kid/kids. Whether you’re coming from San Bernardino County/Riverside County/Orange County/East L.A. County on either the 60 Freeway or the 10 Freeway, the school’s location is convenient for you.
Are you a Bishop Amat fan? Bishop holds 25 spots specifically for St Louis of France students at a special rate. St Louis recently changed up its game with a new principal, Mrs. Lorraine Ovalle, and it looks like more changes are coming in 2019 with regard to revamping. A Catholic education offers a rich and strict regimen of learning. Often parents think a private education is not affordable. That, however, is not the case. St Louis has an open door to share the scholarships available to assist parents who have always wanted to be a part of the private school program. The regimen prepares kids for high school and the religious education helps develop their spiritual foundation. Students from 5th grade through 8th grade are educated on becoming computer literate. Chromebook is a classroom standby at St. Louis of France and students work off of the Google Classroom template. St Louis of France offers after school homework help/tutoring and welcomes children of all faiths and special needs. If you’re looking for a competitive, well rounded curriculum and some extras at an affordable price, St Louis of France is certainly worth looking into.
Mrs. Abbington By Sir Joshua Reynolds