About Us

  • PasadenaLEARNs Expanded Learning Program provides before school, after school, and summer enrichment opportunities for Pasadena Unified School District students. Enrollment is on a first-come-first-serve basis with priority given to foster/homeless youth. Students who are classified as English Language Learners, foster/homeless youth, or who qualify for free/reduced price meals also have the option of enrolling in the Expanded Learning Opportunities Program sponsored by PasadenaLEARNs.  Programs offer a variety of academic and enrichment opportunities for students including, but not limited to:

    Academic Support
    Enrichment Classes
    Fitness and Sports
    Homework Assistance
    Visual and Performing Arts
    Pasadena LEARNs Sports Program
    Accelerated Learning Computer Technology
    Youth Development and Leadership  
    Service Learning
    Fitness and Conditioning
    Foreign Language
    Science Olympiad
      Social-Emotional Learning

    Pasadena LEARNs Vision

    The program vision aligns to the District Vision:

    We prepare students for the future by inspiring the joy of learning in every child every day.

    PasadenaLEARNs Mission:

    Our program is dedicated to providing a safe, nurturing, and innovative learning community where all students have the opportunity to:

    • expand their learning
    • create new relationships
    • enjoy new experiences
    • develop life skills

    PasadenaLEARNs Purpose

    PasadenaLEARNs Expanded Learning Program provides before, after school, and summer expanded learning opportunities for PUSD students in grades K-8 and grades 9-12 at John Muir High School.

    PasadenaLEARNs Hours of Operation

    Before and after school programs operate every regular school day. The before-school program hours vary at each school but begin at least 1.5 hours before the school day begins.  Afternoon programs begin at dismissal from the regular school day until at least 6:00pm. Summer programs operate from 8am-6pm Mondays-Fridays. 


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