Back to School
City Hearts is welcoming students back for the 2020-21 academic year!
This semester will be the first year City Hearts offers online classes for all students. Our top priority is keeping your children safe while delivering the same top-level Arts Education.
City Hearts is offering classes this year in Musical Theatre, Dance, Photography, Guitar, World Music and Shakespeare. If you are a teacher or Principle and would like to have a City Hearts program in your school email Sherry at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
We understand that distance learning comes with its own set of challenges and we have been preparing to meet these challenges head on. City Hearts will be hosting classes online and offering one-on-one sessions for students enrolled in all of our programs.
We look forward to seeing you all this year!
City Hearts Resource Guide:
We are dedicated to providing the highest quality Arts education and experiences to children in the most economically stressed neighborhoods of southern California, thereby enhancing self-esteem, creativity, literacy, social and academic skills while strengthening the health and vitality of the children and their community. City Hearts inspires a love of the Arts, an appreciation of creative discipline, and respect for the creative process, enabling children and youth to be confident, imaginative, tolerant, generous and cooperative, as well as caring and contributing participants in the global community.
Numbers at a Glance
- Research from the Children’s Defense Fund reports: CHILD POVERTY and DEEP CHILD POVERTY in L.A. County is 23.4% of children in LA County live in poverty; 8.9% of children in LA County live in ‘deep poverty’, which is defined as people living in households with 50% less than those in poverty.
- City Hearts Has been transforming the lives of our community’s most at-risk and impoverished children since 1985. That’s 35 years of direct, consistent services.
- City Hearts has touched the lives of 35,000 children since its inception