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The Dvorsky College Preparatory School, which is located at 1317 N. Crescent Heights Blvd., has changed its name to the West Hollywood College Preparatory School.
Igor Dvorsky, the director of the school, said it was started in 2000 by his mother, Elina Dvorskaya, who had been a long time educator in Ukraine. Dvorskaya serves as the school’s principal, and is still heavily involved in students’ education. West Hollywood College Preparatory School offers classes in pre-school through 12th grade, allowing students to stay in the same learning environment from early development classes through high school. The school follows the motto of “Preparing Young Minds for the Future,” and is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Dvorsky said West Hollywood College Preparatory School is known for small, personalized class sizes. The school has approximately 100 students, but there is a policy of not having more than 10 students per class.
“It’s more than a school, it’s an educational center. The kids get the maximum from the teachers, and we try to find an individual way for the students to learn in each class,” Dvorsky said. “All of the classes are in one location. It’s more of the European style of educating.”
Dvorsky said the school features instructors from the United States, Europe and Russia, and the primary language used is English. The curriculum is focused on academics such as math and science, and Dvorsky said it is one of the few schools in Los Angeles that offers Russian language classes.
In addition, Dvorsky said the school offers a variety of arts classes, as well as after-school programs such as arts and crafts, chess, yoga, dance and karate.
For information, call (323)822-7900, or visit www.dvorskyschool.com.
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