The Reading Program 160 N Main St, Milpitas, CA95035 The Reading Program is an adult education program dedicated to providing written language comprehension to English…More speakers in the Santa Clara County Library service area. In addition to reading, it also teaches basic math, writing and computer skills; classes are two hours each week, and are available at no cost to the student. Students must be at least 16 years old and no longer attending school, with a reading/writing level below that of a 9th grade student.
Founded in 1999 by Mary Wright Shaw, Molly McCrory and Jean Bacigalupi, Reading Partners has expanded out of the Bay…More Area and throughout California. This non-profit organization partners with low-income schools to help transform struggling youngsters into confident readers that are excited about learning.
Each reading center is located on a school campus and operates out of a classroom or library. The centers are staffed by a Reading Partners Site Coordinator who works with the school to provide individualized reading instruction while recruiting and training volunteer tutors.
The Valley Way location is the organization's central office. It can be found in the Sobrato Center for Nonprofits.
With locations in 46 countries and millions of students enrolled worldwide, Kumon Math and Reading Center is a…More successful enrichment program. Kumon welcomes students from all academic levels, with math and reading programs starting from preschool (basic phonics) to high school (calculus and advanced reading comprehension). Its programs are based on repetition and discipline, with practice worksheets prepared for each session that must be mastered within an allotted time before moving on to the next level.
Students progress through the curriculum at their own pace, but mastery of each level is defined by accuracy and speed. An achievement test is taken at the end of each level. With guidance from highly-trained and certified Kumon instructors, students are trained to become independent, quick-thinking, and motivated to learn on their own.
The Tutoring Center 1765 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA95035 The Tutoring Center offers one-on-one instruction for students in kindergarten through the twelfth grade. The center…More offers tutoring services for such subjects as reading, writing, math, Algebra I and II and Geometry. A "Little Geniuses in Training" program is offered for kindergarteners; it focuses on words, math, phonics, letters and sight. The Tutoring Center also supports its “Academic Honors Program”, which focuses on advanced math, reading, writing and test-taking skills. The “Study Skills Made Easy” course helps with organization strategies, communication, note-taking, test-taking, stress management, memorization and homework strategies.
Young Rembrandts 1313 N Milpitas Blvd, Milpitas, CA95035 Young Rembrandts offers arts and drawing classes at Weller, Pomeroy, Sinnott, Zanker, Curtner and Merryhill schools in…More Milpitas. The instructors teach drawing history and basics based off of a proprietary program designed to incorporate math and reading to assist in the development of fundamentals with regards to dimension, structure, depth perception while gaining valuable insight to the beginner and intermediate artwork realm.
Living Water Baptist Church 297 Autrey St, Milpitas, CA95035 Living Water Baptist Church is led by Pastor Moo Jin Choi. It is one of the few Korean-speaking churches in Milpitas and…More the surrounding area. Pastor Choi extends his ministry to free Korean reading Bible classes at Adroit College. Services are primarily held in Korean and English.
Fun 'N Learn Day Care 888 Coyote St, Milpitas, CA95035 Fun 'N Learn Day Care is a licensed day care center for small and younger children. Meals are provided along with…More fun activities including creative play, outdoor play time, reading, naptime and dancing. For more information contact the office number listed.
The early morning crowd assembles at Donut Basket for their fresh delectable treats. This is a local neighborhood…More joint to read the paper, drink coffee and munch donuts. Where else would you go in Milpitas at 5am in the morning?