Frostig School’s 9th Annual High School Club Fair in Photos

Last Friday was Frostig’s 9th Annual High School Club Fair! There were exciting displays, music and plenty of smiles to go around. Clubs at Frostig give students the opportunity to take on leadership roles, connect with others who have shared interests and help students get out of their comfort zone to try new things! This year in high school, there are 9 clubs including Anime Club, Gamer’s Club, Needle and Thread Club & many more!

Frostig School is part of The Frostig Center, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of children with learning disabilities through research, professional development and consultation, and education. The Frostig Center has been a leader and expert in the field of learning differences since it was founded by Dr. Marianne Frostig in 1951. Frostig School encompasses two campuses–one in Pasadena and one in West Los Angeles—that serve 135 students. Frostig School and Frostig School West give every student the opportunity to thrive by valuing their strengths and their differences.

Frostig School, 971 N. Altadena Drive, Pasadena, (626) 791-1255 or visit


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