Adult Education: provides courses in Adult Basic Education (ABE), English as a Second Language (ESL), and General Educational Development (GED) to individuals 18 and older that want to achieve self-sufficiency and a higher standard of living.
EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
The Philosophy of the Los Niños Early Childhood Education Program is to provide comprehensive, culturally relevant approaches to child and family development that is based on sound theory and utilizes best practices in its implementation.
FAMILY SUPPORT SERVICES
Family Support Services: in partnership with various social service agencies, Family Support Services provide comprehensive support and crisis intervention including information dissemination, intake and referral, emergency food distribution, and health screenings and immunizations.
Youth Services: consists of in-school and afterschool programs that provide intervention and prevention services designed to eliminate teen pregnancy, substance abuse, and other juvenile delinquent behaviors. Key components of this program include academic and cultural enrichment activities, college readiness and SAT prep classes.