Due to our COVID-19-related closure. The high school play will be postponed until on-campus activities resume. Please check back here for … [Read More]
Due to events surrounding COVID-19, Garden Street Academy will be closed to students beginning Monday, March 16th, and remain so until further notice. Faculty and staff are now conducting instruction via remote learning. As events unfold, we will reguarly update our families with any decisions we make in the best interest of our students, their families, and the community at large.
We understand that remote learning is a challenging new environment for students, parents and teachers. We pledge to maintain our students’ love of learning and offer as engaging and fruitful learning experience as possible.
If you need help with transcripts, student files or campus info, please email ajevons@GardenStreetAcademy.org.
GSA Helps Researchers Fight Covid19
Garden Street Academy has joined the fight against Covid19. Last week, we began donating the computing power of our idle Tech Lab computers … [Read More]
Black History Month Meets Pop Art
Middle School celebrated Black History Month by researching an influential figure and then creating an Andy Warhol-inspired pop art piece. … [Read More]
Yakumo Academy Junior High School Visits Garden Street Academy
We had a great visit with the students from Yakumo Academy Junior High School in Tokyo. Yakumo's students practiced their English skills … [Read More]
2nd and 3rd Grade Visit the Santa Barbara Courthouse
As part of their Classroom City unit, the second and third graders took a field trip to the Santa Barbara Courthouse to visit a courtroom, … [Read More]
Kinder and First-Grade Learn About Picasso and String Instruments
The kinder and first-grade students have been learning about string instruments! They took a violin lesson from Aksel's dad and created … [Read More]
High School Visits Ice in Paradise
Our High School students recently took a field trip to Ice in Paradise! They enjoyed getting out on the ice, trying new moves and spending … [Read More]