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Hands on learning in kindergarten.

Hands on learning in kindergarten. 

Peace Bridges for Conflict Resolution in our outdoor classroom.

Our Peace Bridge for conflict resolution. 

Kindergarten teachers

Kindergarten teachers Ms. Tina and Ms. Carmen 

Bridges staff

Bridges Teachers and Staff :)

Chumash exhibit

An interactive experience for our students to learn about the local Chumash.

garden sprouts

Sprouts planted by students in our gardens. Students at Bridges have many opportunities to learn about organic gardening with our garden teacher, Ms. Marie. 

chalk drawing -- do great things here
Harvest festival

A parent volunteering at an interactive learning center about the country Brazil during our annual Harvest Festival; our theme for 2017-2018 was "Passport to Adventure".

Ocean mural

Ocean Mural painted by Bridges Students guided by our Art Teacher, Ms. Laura 

Fun with crafts

Each month we explore a different Social Emotional Learning theme. Ms. Marsi and her class are exploring decorations made by older students during the theme "Discovering our Feelings."

Reading outdoors

Every student at Bridges Charter School has or is a Big Buddy to another student. Pictured are two buddies reading together in our outdoor classroom.

Students listening to a story.

Director for the Day, LilyRose, reading to first grade students. 

Mr Jason

Middle School teacher, Mr. Jason, at our annual whole school luau hosted and organized by our middle school students.


Forth Grade teacher, Ms. Megan, created a project-based learning unit for her students centered around urban habitats and our local mountain lion, P-22. They attended the P-22 festival at Griffith Park, and this photo was taken the students' culminating assembly for the project.



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Latest News

Happy Thanksgiving!

To our Amazing Bridges Family: As we take a moment to reflect on all of our blessings this year, our Bridges students and families are at the top of our list. The Bridges community is unlike any other, and no matter what or how you give to our school, we are so blessed to have you in our circle of people and to work aside your sparkling, inquisitive, and generous children every day...
happy thanksgiving

Director's Note, November 20th: History Bee, Family Math Night, Makerspace, and so much more!

It seems impossible that Thanksgiving Break is right around the corner. To honor the month of November, students have been engaging in activities and conversations around the theme of gratitude. Ms. Alanna’s 3rd grade class and Ms. Marsi’s 1st grade class led the school assembly this month by sharing a traditional Native American Thanksgiving Address. Students in all grades have also been co-constructing a gratitude tree that you can view in our front office. This is an incredibly busy time of year at Bridges, and we are grateful to be sharing it with you and your incredible children!  We have recently announced dates and times for tours and orientations for families new to Bridges for the 2020-2021 school year.
student in maker space

Director's Note, November 6th: Important November Events, Report Cards, Healthy Kids Survey Data, and more!

Though we are on minimum days for conferences this week, we are grateful to be back after the extraordinary circumstances last week with the local fires. Thank you to everyone who offered help to displaced families, and we extend a special thanks to first responders and their spouses in our community who made many sacrifices last week to keep our precious homes, families, and pets safe. We so appreciate you!
Chumash museum

Our Mission

Our mission is to educate the whole child using a combination of innovative curriculum and instruction along with social/emotional education embedded in the program. Students will be enabled to reach their innate intellectual, creative, and leadership potential through our commitment to nourish curiosity, compassion, independence, resourcefulness, and respect for diversity.