PAL Charter Academy
Provisional Educational Services Inc. is an institution of higher learning located in SAN BERNARDINO. Our faculty is dedicated to guiding our students as they grow and develop, putting them on a successful path for life. We adapt our curriculum to meet the needs of our diverse student body, taking into account the many ways in which students learn.
Faculty at Provisional Educational Services Inc. are leaders in the community who share a passion for teaching and creating a supportive learning environment that is challenging, collaborative and engaging. Our modern classrooms make it possible to explore the world around us in a safe, encouraging environment. We offer a wide range of diverse courses that are very applicable in today's rapidly changing world.
The 1st place winner of The PAL Center 4th Annual Christmas Tree Essay Giveaway Contest, Joanna Ballesteros along with CEO, Dwaine Radden. Previously, before the picture was taken and winners were announced, Dwaine Radden gave an amazing speech with the closing statement, “We are very proud of you all. All essays were very wonderful and I just want to encourage each one of you to keep up the good work. I’m very grateful to have a group of students like this who seems to know so much about the true meaning of Christmas. We at The PAL Center love each and every one of you.”
Christmas isn’t just about presents or just a day to celebrate, but spending time with family and friends. Having laughs and memories; I love spending time with my family especially my nieces and nephews. Also the smell of Christmas, the pine cones, food and coldness.
Most importantly it gives us the opportunity to cherish relatives. When it’s Christmas it reminds me of my mother, stressing while keeping a smile on her face, her warm hugs and sweet laughter. Now when it’s this time of year I wrap myself and keep warm with my nieces and nephews.
Even if there’s nothing to give it’s being thankful for what you have. Not only is it just a present opening day it’s also an eye opening day. The day the Lord, Jesus Christ birth is celebrated. Even though you do get presents still thank the people who got you something.
WIA program is funded through the county of San Bernardino's Investment Board that focuses on building a local workforce and providing youth with vocational/occupational and educational training that leads to employment.
The PAL Center's WIA Youth Program is a structured "hands on" program that is intended to assist low-income youth with serious barriers to employment, to become self-sufficient through vocational and educational training. The WIA program provides youth with structured curriculum and activities that help youth achieve academic and employment success.
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"Together we can strengthen our school, and change the culture of our community.”
Located at 2450 Blake Street in the unincorporated section of San Bernardino (Muscoy) the facility contains basketball, tennis, handball courts, and an adjacent baseball field.
The handicapped accessible PAL Center's main campus sits on a 6.2 acre tract of land in the Muscoy community.
The property features views of the local mountains, a park with picnic pavilions, theater stage, basketball court, tennis court, two handball courts, children's playground, access to a baseball field, state-of-the-art computer labs with Internet access, and eight buildings with 17,376 square feet of classroom, office, and multipurpose space.
NO BOARD MEETINGS IN DECEMBER
Board of Directors Meeting
Board of Trustees Meeting
CAHSEE English: (02/03/2015)
CAHSEE Math: (02/04/2015)
We can be reached during the following hours:
2450 Blake Street
San Bernardino, CA 92407
Phone: (909) 887-7002
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