2019–2020 School Accountability Report Card
School of Arts and Enterprise
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Johnny Anderson, Principal
- Principal, School of Arts and Enterprise
About Our School
At this time, SAE Leadership has decided to follow a cautious path and implement a Flexible Phased Return in light of the COVID pandemic. This four-phase approach will allow us to move from one phase to the next in response to the most current information about Covid-19 and health and safety guidelines from the County Department of Public Health. As we adjust to the changing situation in the coming months, we will build increased levels of safety, equity and support for our students and school community while continuing to provide the highest level of academic and artisic education through distance learning until we can return safely to campus.
The SAE is more than just a different kind of school. It is a total experience which transforms the lives of all who attend here. Students carry more than books around on a typical school day. They carry their guitars, sheet music, poetry journals, play scripts and dancing shoes. They dance at lunch and practice their musical instruments or sing. They work with college mentors to assist local businesses improve their bottom line. They are comfortable walking up to teachers and administrators and expressing their opinions. A snap shot of The SAE is one of eclectic, joyful, chaotic harmony.
Actually, making sense out of chaos is a part of our basic philosophy. We like to give students a messy situation and ask them to try to make sense of it. According to the experts this is the way our brain learns best. That is why through the arts and business, as well as through student projects we are creating the 21st Century Leaders that everyone says that we need for America to continue
ContactSchool of Arts and Enterprise
295 North Garey Ave.
Pomona, CA 91767-5429