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Education Guide

Your key to selecting your child's education.

Figuring out where to send your child to school and how to enrich their learning outside the classroom is no simple task. The Long Beach Post’s Long Beach Education Guide is here to help you see the options available and decide what works best for your individual child’s specific academic needs. Whether you’re looking for pre-school, private education, public school, special needs programs or after-school academics, this guide is here to help you go beyond comparing tuition and class sizes, featuring an interactive map of area schools, a calendar of upcoming open houses, and articles and insights from our partners, who are among the region’s leading K-12 educators.

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Established in 1935, Chadwick School is an independent, K-12 co-educational day school dedicated to developing global citizens with keen minds, exemplary character, self-knowledge and the ability to lead. Located on a 45-acre hilltop in the Palos Verdes Peninsula with buses that run from Long Beach and Carson, Chadwick brings out the very best in its […]


Tutoring Solutions with Firefly Tutors include in-home tutoring, home school tutoring, singular subjects, online tutoring and pod tutoring.




St. Lucy Catholic School wants your child’s light to shine. Since 1950, St. Lucy’s has been committed to providing the highest quality school education to children through faith and knowledge from transitional kindergarten to eighth grade, with summer school options as well. Enrollment is always open at the private school, which is WASC/WCEA accredited. “As […]


“Our school is designed to be inclusive and to empower students to find and amplify their voice, and to become changemakers their communities”





Challenges with traditional education that have been minimized for years were seen up close and personal when parents suddenly found the classroom in their homes during the pandemic. As classes returned to in-person, parents were faced with a decision to continue with the status quo or look for an alternative educational path for their children. […]

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