Fine Art Studio is where students learn how to paint and draw or strengthen their existing skills. But the studio isn't just a school; since 1976, it's also been a working graphic design house and photography studio, producing everything from logos and brochures to fully designed web sites.
The instructors at Haleh Art Studio can turn a blank canvas into a work of art. They regard each new student with the same sense of limitless possibility, realizing that the right instruction and motivation can help turn anyone into a skilled artist. During drawing and painting classes, with special expertise in acrylics, instructors nurture artistic talents with structured lessons that slowly build technique and confidence. The difficulty of the work increases over time, until students can create their own photo-realistic self-portraits to replace lost driver’s licenses.
Leading three main programs, instructors at 2nd Wind Traffic School tackle everything drivers need to know before they get behind the wheel. A 30-hour driver-education curriculum includes classroom and hands-on portions. Traffic school, meanwhile, helps those with traffic citations overcome potential legal and insurance obstacles and covers proper fist-shaking technique for moments of rush-hour frustration. Through the continuing-education program, instructors sharpen the skills of driving instructors and professional vehicle operators.
During one-on-one appointments, instructors from Applied Scholastics Tutoring of Orange County help kids sharpen their school skills. Students in grades ranging from kindergarten through eighth grade are invited to improve their math, language, and studying techniques, and they don't even have to leave home to do it. Tutors bring their proprietary Applied Scholastics materials right to pupils' homes.