Frostig School was founded in 1951 and is the oldest school for children with learning disabilities in Southern California. Frostig School offers a rich blend of academics, arts, athletics and clinical services to children in grades 1-12 who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities, ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and other learning challenges.
The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and all completed courses, credits and high school diplomas are recognized by the California Department of Education. All teachers are credentialed in learning disabilities and key subject areas, and there is a low student to teacher ratio (6:1). All students work from laptops or iPads and assistive technology is provided to meet the unique needs of each child. The school offers a rich array of electives--art, music, drama, film, and applied technology. All students participate in the Social Skills program and high school students engage in the Transitions program, which includes units in Career Exploration, Life Skills Training and Post-secondary Planning. On-site clinicians provide counseling as well as speech and language, occupational, and educational therapy.
Frostig draws students from throughout the greater Los Angeles area.