Kaiser Permanente Watts Counseling & Learning Center
The Watts Counseling and Learning Center is a nonprofit Community Benefit program of Kaiser Permanente Southern California. Since 1967, the Center has provided counseling, outreach, and educational services to the residents of the Watts community. Kaiser Permanente Health Plan membership is not required to receive these services. Outreach Programs include: reading enrichment—students participate in weekly sessions that build enthusiasm for reading through various activities and reading materials; math tutoring—elementary through high school students receive individualized math assistance; personal development—academic coaching—in partnership with the school and the parent, high school students receive individual/small group academic guidance in order to develop an academic plan with agreed upon goals and objectives; college bound support services—high school students receive college planning information through meetings or workshops. In collaboration with the Princeton Review, students planning to take the SAT/ACT exam(s) participate in test preparation courses.
SAT Courses: Priority is given to seniors, but also accept juniors.
SAT Courses: To access the SAT prep courses (using the Princeton Review) contact Tanisha Scott. Visit the center, pay a $60 fee, complete application in person, and provide a report card or transcript. Runs for 7-9 weeks and begins in Fall (end of August) and runs on Saturdays from 8:00 am - 12:00 pm.
Tanisha Scott l 323.564.7911