International Children's Academy

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Basic Information

Address: 1046 S Robertson Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90035
County: US
School District: Los Angeles
Phone Number: 310-657-6798

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Additional Information

President: Rebecca Coen
School Type: Private Jewish Preschool
Founded: 1994
Ages/Grades: 2 year old-Kinder
School Setting:

On behalf of the staff, students and parents, I'd like to welcome you to International Children's Academy!

The history of the International Children's Academy (ICA) is rich in scholarship and leadership. It is a history based on the understanding that learning is not measured in grades alone, but by the compassionate, spiritual, and socially significant lives our students and our alumni lead.

​Our Judaic studies program invites students to develop meaningful connections to Torah, the holidays, the Hebrew language, and Jewish culture in a soulful and spiritually rooted environment.

I invite you to join us for one of our upcoming events for prospective parents and friends to see our school program in action. In the meantime please feel free to contact me or one of our admission team members.

School Size: 60
Classroom Size: 8-10
Student/Teacher Ratio: 12:1
Tuition:

$19,100-20,800

Financial Aid:

Yes

Camp Programs: No
Summer School: No
After School Programs: Yes
Computer Capabilities:

N/A

School Championships:

N/A

School Clubs:

N/A

Notable Graduates:

N/A

Parking Spaces/Availability:

For Teacher's only

Uniform Guidelines:

Yes

Mission Statement:

On behalf of the staff, students and parents, I'd like to welcome you to International Children's Academy!

The history of the International Children's Academy (ICA) is rich in scholarship and leadership. It is a history based on the understanding that learning is not measured in grades alone, but by the compassionate, spiritual, and socially significant lives our students and our alumni lead.

​Our Judaic studies program invites students to develop meaningful connections to Torah, the holidays, the Hebrew language, and Jewish culture in a soulful and spiritually rooted environment.

I invite you to join us for one of our upcoming events for prospective parents and friends to see our school program in action. In the meantime please feel free to contact me or one of our admission team members.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Our mission is to develop caring and responsible global citizens striving to achieve their full potential through rigorous academic, social and spiritual programs in an inquiry based, inspiring environment that supports the growth of the whole child as a lifelong learner.

School History:

Founded in 1994, the International Children’s Academy (ICA) has been educating students for over 20 years. As a fully accredited International Baccalaureate School, our goal is to provide a holistic educational program that encourages and supports children to be spiritually attuned, socially proficient and emotionally secure while ensuring a challenging scholastic environment that prepares our students to transition successfully into their higher educational paths.

ICA serves children from the age of 2 up through the 1st grade and is keenly focused on supporting every facet of childhood development. Our faculty teaches a dual language curriculum in multiple ways including small group, individual, teacher-directed and student -centered activities.

Notes/School Information:

The International Children's Academy's (ICA) combination of spiritual focused Torah studies coupled with the highest academic standards is unmatched. We focus on providing a personalized educational option where from the earliest ages we grow students with strong world views yet teach them to be sensitive to others understanding each person is special and valued. We provide a safe, solid and caring base for intellectual and academic growth and see that our students become enthusiastic learners in this environment.

Our school is a true community of parents and students that support each other and have a desire to bring sharing and openness to the local community and the world at large.

ICA is a Small Learning Community which puts students in more visible roles in the classroom, improves the school climate creating closer student/teacher relationships allowing for a more personalized educational experience.