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K-12|Private
200 students
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School leader:  Alicia Maciel
18341 Lassen Drive
Santa Ana, CA 92705

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(714) 538-4511
(714) 538-5004
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"We are known for helping students with learning differences."

BASIC INFORMATION

  • Before / After care
    Before, After
  • Dress policy
    Uniforms
  • Coed / Single gender
    Coed
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PROGRAMS & CULTURE

  • Academic focus
    Special Education
  • Arts
    Graphics, Video and film production, Choir / Chorus...
  • World languages
    None
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Submitted by a teacher · November 15, 2016
The administration is more concerned with appearances than what the students are actually doing in the classroom. Administration is constantly wanting to try new ideas that they think will make the school LOOK good, but they don't think it... more

Develops character: Disagree
Submitted by a community member · September 01, 2016
I'm not sure how they teach honesty and integrity to the students, but the office sure has questionable policies

Overall: no rating
Submitted by a school leader · February 27, 2016
Welcome! Over the last thirty years, The Prentice School’s highly qualified and compassionate faculty uses research-proven teaching strategies geared toward each student’s unique talents, strengths and needs. As in the last 30 years, students... more

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Submitted by a community member · August 26, 2015
My daughter needed to build both her confidence and reading skills. She found a strong social group and jumped 3 levels in her reading fluency and 2 levels in her reading decoding. She tells everyone she knows how much she loves the school.

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About this school

Our mission at Prentice is to empower students with above-average cognitive abilities who struggle to learn in the traditional classroom setting - to fulfill their potential as students and citizens. A majority of our students have a language-based learning disability that affects their ability to learn to read, develop written language skills, and acquire math skills. Secondary to learning disabilities, students may also suffer from anxiety, frustration or have been diagnosed with ADD.

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Last modified: November 15, 2016
Last modified The Prentice School is a Private school that serves grades K-12
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