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School Programs



Wilton Place School offers both Korean and Spanish Dual Language programs. These programs are committed to empowering students to be biliterate and bicultural. Both the Korean Dual Language programs and the Spanish Dual Language program is in grades K - 5th.

For more information, please contact our dual language coordinator, (213) 389-1181. 

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School for Advanced Studies


Wilton Place School is proud to be a School for Advanced Studies.  School for Advanced Studies is implemented to improve educational options and increase professional training to support the development of gifted and talented youth. The gifted and talented program is in grades 3 through 5. 

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Transitional Kindergarten (TK) & Expanded TK


Transitional Kindergarten, or TK, is year one of a two year Kindergarten program.  TK provides an early childhood education program that builds a bridge between preschool years and traditional Kindergarten. With increasing academic demands and structure in Kindergarten, some parents are aware that their child may not be ready for the traditional Kindergarten program.  In addition, beginning in the 2015-2016 school year, a Transitional Kindergarten Expansion Program (TK-Ex) for younger children will be offered at selected schools.  

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LAUSD Elementary Arts Program: Dance, Orchestra, Drama & Visual Arts


Welcome to LAUSD'S nationally recognized Elementary Arts Program! The Elementary Itinerant Arts positions are filled by credentialed, full-time and part-time teachers in dance, general vocal and instrumental music, theatre, and visual arts. Elementary Arts Teachers provide direct instruction to students and strategically support classroom teachers in growing their capacity to teach foundational skills in all arts disciplines. This cultivates integration of arts strategies across the curriculum that fundamentally improve student achievement.                                                                                                                            

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L.A.’s Best


L.A.’s Best is an after school program that provides a safe place for our students to complete their homework and engage in enrichment and recreational activities that connect each child to his/her school, family and community. For more information please contact the office at (213)389-7232.                                                                                               

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Ready, Set, Go!


Engaging children from 6:40 a.m. to 8:10 a.m., Ready-Set-Go!” is the Los Angeles Unified School District’s Before School Academic and Enrichment Program.  Funded through a California State Grant, the Before and After School Education and Safety Program, and the 21st Century Community Learning Centers federal grant.  “Ready-Set-Go!” endeavors to provide a safe environment, ensure children are ready for the school day, engage them in meaningful and fun learning activities, provide breakfast and involve them in some light recreational games and activities, all at no cost to families. 


Youth Services


The Beyond the Bell (BTB) Branch Youth Services is an after school program, free-of-charge for children grades 2-5. Trained supervisors conduct the program each day after school. The program operates after school to 5:30 p.m. to better meet the recreational and supervision needs of children.

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