Brentwood Art Center 13031 Montana Ave, Los Angeles, CA90049 Brentwood Art Center is located on Montana Avenue near 26th Street and has served the Brentwood and surrounding…More communities since 1971. Brentwood Art Center offers art classes for children, teens and adults year-round with class sizes generally ranging between nine to 13 students. Winter and summer art camps for children are also available at Brentwood Art Center as well as adult travel programs. Students working on and looking for assistance on portfolios are welcome. Basic drawing supplies are available for sale but most adult classes require students to provide their own materials. Brentwood Art Center also hosts birthday parties and offers exhibits featuring students' completed art works.
Brentwood Youth House is located on Bundy Drive, just south of San Vicente Boulevard, and is adjacent to the …More href="http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Brentwood_Science_Magnet/">Brentwood Science Magnet School</a>.</p>
<p>Brentwood Youth House is part of the Westside YMCA. It offers after-school care for children, through the YMCA, as well as after-school programs such as homework club, youth services corps and earth service club. Summer and winter day camps are also offered. The Brentwood Youth House additionally serves the Brentwood community as a meeting places for various events and seminars.</p>
Brentwood School, founded in 1972, is an independent K-12 coed day school on Sunset Boulevard.
It seeks to…More "provide challenging, engaging programs in a nurturing learning environment, devoting care and attention to every student. Embracing high standards of character, commitment, and achievement, ...[and]... encourages students to think critically and creatively and to act ethically. "</p>
<p>By graduation, graduates have learned to "think critically, to reason scientifically, to understand the relationship between the global economy and sustainable environments, to attain proficiency in a foreign language (or languages), to recognize how art impacts business, culture, and commerce (and vice versa), to articulate ideas in different forums and through various media, and to become conversant in the cultural and religious beliefs of a number of countries."</p>
<p>Brentwood allocates approximately $3.5 million annually in tuition assistance.</p>
Brentwood Presbyterian Church is located near the corner of San Vicente Boulevard and Bundy Drive.
The Church…More offers three Sunday services that are free to the public and also sponsors programs in worship and learning, children and youth and community mission and service.</p>
<p>Brentwood Presbyterian Church strives to offer an open and inclusive Christ-oriented learning environment and provide positive community outreach and is committed to embracing all people on their spiritual journeys.</p>
Brentwood Science has the biggest enrollment of any elementary magnet school in the Los Angeles Unified School…More District. Students are bused in from 200 districts across the district and speak 37 different languages, including Farsi, Russian, Spanish, Korean and Chinese. </p>
<p>Highly-ranked in the California API scores, the school emphasizes the scientific method and logical inquiry. Sports teams, robotics clubs, parent-funded music and arts enrichment all combine to actualize the school's mission statement: "The mission of Brentwood Science Magnet is to enable all students to become contributing members of a diverse society, empowered with the knowledge, values, and skill necessary to meet challenges with success." </p>