Rodeo Realty 266 N Beverly Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 Rodeo Realty offers high-end buyers and sellers a dynamic approach to their real estate needs. With a history that spans…More more than 20 years and multiple locations throughout Southern California, this boutique real estate office offers the knowledge and experience to meet any housing needs.
Buddy System 9190 W Olympic Blvd # 205, Beverly Hills, CA90212 Buddy System is a provider of tutoring services with offices in California, Arizona and New Jersey. Specialties include…More one-on-one tutoring and test preparation for all subjects and ages. Tutoring is offered at the student's home, school or other location of the student's choice. Areas of instruction include English, science, mathematics, history, French, Spanish, English as a second language and preparation for examinations such as the SAT, PSAT, ACT and ERB. Hours are flexible. Appointments for tutoring sessions are available every day of the week.
The Children's Nature Institute 2600 Franklin Canyon Dr, Beverly Hills, CA90210 One of the biggest secrets in Los Angeles is this nature institute in one of California's state parks, nestled between…More the multi-million dollar mansions of Mulholland Drive is Franklin Canyon State Park. This park is famous for hiking trails, the lake and for being a filming site for many Hollywood movies and television shows, but the "Sooky Goldman Nature Center" is one of the most popular attractions of the park. Here children will discover the history of the Beverly Hills canyon, its flora and fauna in an exciting atmosphere. There are different nature classes and lectures given in the outdoor amphitheater or the auditorium. Admission to and all of the education programs are free of charge.
The Beverly Hills High School campus is located on Moreno Drive, one block south of Little Santa Monica Boulevard. It…More is a four-year, college-oriented high school with more than 2,200 students. The student-to-teacher ratio is about 19:1, and the average class size is 23 students.
BHHS has a diverse curriculum, and has received national recognition in the areas of music, foreign languages, print and broadcast journalism, mathematics, engineering, athletics, business, marketing and design. The school also offers honors classes in English, Spanish, French, Hebrew, biology, math analysis, world history and studio arts. More than 60 student-run extracurricular clubs are offered, as well as athletic programs including football, soccer, lacrosse, water polo, softball, cheerleading and dance.
BHHS was awarded the National Blue Ribbon in 2004, and received a California Distinguished School award in 1988, 1999 and 2003. Carter Paysinger took over as principal in June 2010.
Moreno High School, located on the southern portion of the BHHS campus, is the city's alternative high school.