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Monday - Friday

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.




Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.

Friday

8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Monday - Friday

7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.




Monday - Thursday

8:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.

Friday

8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Hours of Operation | Registration/Counseling Hours

East Los Angeles Skills Center (ELASC)

3921 Selig Place, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 224-5970, Fax: (323) 222-2351  *  LC1683



Eastside Learning Center (Eastside LC)

4355 Michigan Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90022

(323) 729-1800, Fax: (323) 729-1860  *  LC9082

Main Sites

Fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)

East Los Angeles Skills Center & Eastside Learning Center Los Angeles Unified School District  - Division of Adult and Career Education
f Academic Schedule

Academic Program

ADULT INDEPENDENT STUDY (AIS)

Adult Independent Study offers “home” study for the high school diploma. Students complete assignments at home and meet with an instructor weekly for assistance and testing.


HiSET PREPARATION

ELASC is an official HiSET (formerly known as GED) test site.  It is offered in English and Spanish.   El examen HiSET se ofrece en ingles y español.  Tambien ofrecemos clases  de preparacion.


ACCELERATED COLLEGE AND CAREER TRANSITION (ACCT)

ACCT (AC2T) is an independent study program that provides students with a unique opportunity to earn a high school diploma. Students are assigned courses and coursework based on transcript evaluation and demonstrated competencies. Students are responsible for meeting with teachers and completing required course work. Students complete the majority of their coursework independently and have access to the AC2T study centers when they need assistance. Work is submitted as scheduled by the teacher. Students must make adequate academic progress to remain in the program.


HIGH SCHOOL CREDIT RECOVERY

After regular school, High School students (minors) may enroll in the Individualized Instruction Lab (II Lab) to make up credits toward the high school diploma. A waiver form completed by the high school counselor is required for admission. No charge for high school students.


HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA

The High School Diploma Program is designed for adult students (18+) varying educational needs. Classes are completed at the student’s own pace. Prerequisite: Reading, Math, and Writing assessment prior to enrollment.


INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION LAB AND COURSES

Students may obtain a high school diploma by earning credits and passing the state mandated proficiency test (CAHSEE). Credits previously earned at any accredited secondary or foreign school equivalent to high school level may be accepted. Classes may be completed at the student’s pace. High School diploma courses offered through individualized instruction are listed below.


PRE-HIGH SCHOOL LEVEL READING AND MATH

Students needing to advance their skills in reading and mathematics based on entrance testing or other identified need, may enroll in targeted subjected areas.


DISTANCE LEARNING – ESL AND PARENT EDUCATION

This is a home DVD program that teaches Parenting or ESL.  There is a fully refundable deposit for DVDs.


TEACHER DIRECTED CLASSES

Some academic classes are offered in a traditional teacher taught classroom setting. See a counselor for classes currently being offered.