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Almansor Center

Private School | Grades 3-12
1955 Fremont Ave
South Pasadena, CA 91030
(323) 344-4290

About This School

Almansor has 35 years of educating students who need a special setting in order to access an education.  Programs within the school serve students with emotional issues, Learning Disabilities, Autism, and other identified disabilities.  The focus of Almansor is on helping every student Take Charge of their learning.  Care and teaching are offered along with Linguistic Coaching to assist students in learning how to better navigate their world.  All IEP services are available on campus (Speech, Occupational Therapy, Adaptive PE, Counseling, Physical Therapy).
Almansor Center is located in South Pasadena, CA. It is a private, special education school that serves 144 students in grades 3-12. Almansor Center is coed (school has male and female students) and is nonsectarian in orientation.

In 2010, Almansor Center had 12 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The California average is 24 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

Student Ethnicity (2010)

Students (2010)

144

Students Per Teacher (2010)

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Almansor Center Reviews

Not happy

By a Parent on

I was very disappointed in the director of the school. She is extremely unprofessional and unfriendly! The classrooms are very chaotic. However, I LOVED Claudia, Yessenia, and Debbie, teachers in the infant room!

By a Teacher on

Danny's Farm is not a petting zoo.  It's an out reach program to aid children with autism.  It's also an after school program, so chill out.

By , a Parent on

This school is running into the ground.  They are bringing over petting zoo animals which are against zoning laws.  Don't even think about going here!

By a Parent on

this school is the worst
one of the staff there was arested for something he did
at the school

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