Frostig School offers many opportunities for students to develop their skills, expand their world, interact with their classmates and have fun!
The Student Leadership Council organizes two extracurricular balls each year. The Friendship Dance takes place in February while the Fall Festival Dance takes place in October. The Fall Festival is our biggest extracurricular event of the year and includes games, pumpkin carving and a costume contest. The Student Leadership Council is a prestigious group of students at the Frostig School. High school students are selected by Frostig’s teachers.
All classes participate in field trips throughout the year. These activities are chosen to support the curriculum. They also offer our students the opportunity to practice their pragmatic and social skills and to learn more about the community.
Trips have included the Broad Museum, the Getty Museum, the LA County Museum of Natural History, and other educational destinations in Southern California. Our high school students also participate in the “Roots and Shoots” program at the Arboretum, which integrates the outdoors with academic subjects such as biology and other life sciences.
board of directors
The Governing Council is a prestigious group of students from the Frostig School. High school students are selected by Frostig’s teachers. This program is designed to teach our students to become better leaders or mentors to their fellow Frostigs and to build school spirit. The board is responsible for a number of school activities throughout the year.
Performing arts programs
Music and drama are two of Frostig School’s most popular programs. Children of all ages learn to sing, dance, play and play instruments. Equally important, they discover new talents and strengths and gain confidence by performing in front of family and friends. Students and teachers typically put on three performances a year, including a springtime musical that is always a highlight of the school year.
University-level sports program
Frostig belongs to the Association for Movement & Athletics in Special Education, a league of private and non-public special education schools. The Frostig School competes in flag football, soccer, basketball, softball, track and field, and volleyball. The teams are mixed and open to all high school students who wish to play.
Terminale is a privileged moment for our graduates. There are many fun activities to participate in such as the Seniors Dinner, special field trips, prom and our graduation ceremony. The activities are determined each year by the seniors themselves.
Frostig School, 971 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, (626) 791-1255 or visit http://frostigschool.org/