Category: Newsletter

The Learning Report – September 2023

Yes, the pandemic created huge learning losses for millions of students, so what’s being done about it? “We work with many students who used to come to us as freshmen reading at a fifth-grade level,” explained Kathyrn Limata, literacy teacher. “Now, most of the students I see in my literacy classes are at a third-grade […]

Written by on September 19, 2023

The Learning Report – August 2023

Traditional school for Matthew was challenging. In middle school, students would often pick on him. He tried hard to avoid these situations and instead focused on himself and his education, but it was always a difficult distraction. He was ready to start fresh in traditional high school, but then felt held back from opportunities that […]

Written by on August 22, 2023

The Learning Report – July 2023

Vinaya has a happy and supportive family, and she loves to spend time cooking and watching movies with them. But in high school, she found it hard to focus while sitting in classes all day and dealing with bullies, and she began to fall behind in credits. She knew that she needed to earn her […]

Written by on July 21, 2023

The Learning Report – May 2023

“What makes a person become better than they once were? Is it the need to achieve something they are unable to obtain, or is it the need to escape a life they no longer want to live? The need for change might be different, depending on the person.

Written by on May 25, 2023

The Learning Report – April 2023

Aspen A. was a good student and enjoyed school – until she got to junior high and was a target of physical and mental bullying. She dreaded going to school and started skipping class. Knowing it would only get worse in high school, her parents had her transfer to Learn4Life where she found a safe […]

Written by on April 27, 2023

The Learning Report – March 2023

High schools everywhere are searching for all the students who didn’t return after the pandemic. And for those who have come back, keeping them engaged and on a path to graduation is paramount. We offer robust art programs to get kids excited about school. For some, it opens their eyes to a possible career in […]

Written by on March 22, 2023

The Learning Report – February 2023

When we looked for students to join our new community outreach Street Team, Amira G. was at the top of the list. As a paid Street Team member, Amira learned professional skills like speaking, event planning and representing our schools throughout the community. After graduation, she wants to go to college to be a psychologist […]

Written by on February 17, 2023

The Learning Report – January 2023

Like any parent, Aniyah’s mom just wants the best for her daughter, and education is a priority in their family. “Aniyah has always been a good student and she especially loves art,” noted her mom, Christina. “She uses art to better understand her coursework – something she couldn’t do consistently in a traditional school. Along […]

Written by on February 16, 2023

The Learning Report – November / December 2022

Lonnie S. likes coming to his high school and socializing, but that wasn’t always the case. At his previous school, he was bullied and struggled both socially and academically. That all changed when he transferred to Learn4Life. “This school is more welcoming and the teachers are so understanding,” he explained. “It’s such a positive environment. […]

Written by on December 12, 2022