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Thousand Oaks, CA

203 Faculty Street
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
Tel.: (805) 493-3760
On the campus of: California Lutheran University
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ELS/Thousand Oaks is located on the beautiful campus of California Lutheran University. About 20 kilometers from the Pacific Coast and 70 kilometers from downtown Los Angeles, Thousand Oaks is ranked as one of the safest cities of its size in the United States. It offers art, outdoor festivals, shopping and fantastic weather year-round.

  • Private university campus location
  • Campus facility use
  • One of the safest cities of its size in the USA
  • Los Angeles, Santa Monica & beaches nearby for weekend trips

Distance to Key Locations from ELS Center

Location Minutes Transportation Method
Airport 45
Bank 10
Post Office 5
Restaurant(s) 5
Shopping Mall/Outlet 35-50
Supermarket 5
Bus Stop/Subway 5








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Programs available at this location

2014 Cost Per Session
$1790 USD

2014 Cost Per Session
$1410 USD

American Explorer Program

Enjoy the Adventure

2014 Cost Per Session
$1350 USD

The female on-campus residence. Both male and female residence includes a full kitchen. Female lounge area. Male lounge area.

On-Campus Housing(Student Residence (On Campus))

Private houses only 2 minutes from the ELS center. Each house has four bedrooms; students will be placed in double or triple accommodation depending on availability. Each house has three bathrooms, a shared living room, kitchen, laundry access, built-in book shelves, plenty of storage and a back yard. Each student has a bed, desk, dresser, closet, and high speed internet access. Linens are included at no extra cost.

Price per Session $1760
Occupancy Double - All rooms are double occupancy.
1 Male triple and 1 Female triple occupany rooms available at the same price as double room
Minimum Age 18
Airport Pickup $150
Meals / week or Meal Credit
14 meals per week.
2014 Summer Temporary Summer Meal Adjustments apply.

Homestays in the area(Homestay)

Host family students are responsible for their personal transportation. Most students use the ELS airport pickup service, or an airport shuttle service.

Price per Session $980
Occupancy Single, Single
Minimum Age 14
Airport Pickup $150
Meals / week or Meal Credit
14 meals per week

Outside the ELS Building ELS Center ELS Building ELS Classroom ELS Cafeteria Outside Student Building ELS Center Lobby Welcome to California Lutheran University University Campus Campus Athletic Building Campus Aquatics Center Campus Basketball Court ELS Center Lobby ELS Common Area
  • Baseball field
  • Computer center
  • Gymnasium
  • Soccer field
  • Tennis court(s)
  • Basketball court(s)
  • Library
  • Swimming pool (outdoor)
  • Racquetball/squash Courts
  • Fitness Center
  • Classrooms NOT handicapped accessible
  • Cafeteria

What is Conditional Admission?

Institutions in the ELS University Conditional Admission Network offer conditional admission to students who are academically admissible based on the student’s academic record and other university and/or departmental and program requirements, but who have not yet demonstrated English proficiency. Your admission is “conditional” based upon satisfying English proficiency through completion of a specified level of the ELS English for Academic Purposes program and any other specific requirements prior to full admission. Once these requirements are fulfilled, you are able to fully matriculate. These requirements will be outlined on your Conditional Letter of Admission, and your selected ELS center will assist you in completing all of the necessary requirements for matriculation.

Additional matriculation requirements may include other required scores, for example, GMAT® or GRE® for graduate programs.

Our ELS University Partners will offer a Conditional Letter of Admission (CLA) detailing the additional requirements needed for matriculation. You and your family can be assured that you have a university placement and ELS registration prior to departing for the USA.

What is the Conditional Admission Process?

  1. Find a university via our University Finder
  2. Apply for university admission and enroll for English studies at ELS Language Centers with help from a local ELS authorized Counseling Agent.
  3. If you are an acceptable candidate for university admission, you receive a letter of "Conditional university admission subject to English proficiency and submission of any other required documentation for matriculation."
  4. Study at any of the 60 ELS Centers in the USA to fulfill the university entrance requirement for English proficiency.
  5. Begin your university program!

Meet the Staff

Ashlee Milby

Ashlee Milby

Center Director

I am Ashlee, the Center Director. I was born and raised in Utah, where I attended university and graduated with a major in education. I love working with international students, traveling, and spending time outdoors. The highlight of my job is meeting so many new people and welcoming them to sunny California. I look forward to meeting you soon!

Jaime Haile

Jaime Haile

Academic Director

As the Academic Director at ELS/Thousand Oaks, I will work hard to make your educational experience here as pleasant and successful as possible. I have traveled, worked, and lived abroad and always enjoy meeting our students from around the world.

Carol Swett

Carol Swett

Assistant Academic Director

Hello, I’m Carol and I look forward to working closely with
you here in warm and wonderful California. I have worked and traveled all over the globe and love meeting new international students as it provides me with an opportunity to learn more about the world around us. I graduated with an undergraduate degree in education from Indiana University of Pennsylvania,
and a graduate degree in speech and language communication from California State University, Los Angeles. I just recently moved back to California from Illinois and am very happy to be returning to a place I love, and I am sure you will too!

Sianny Weyland

Sianny Weyland


Hello! I am Sianny and I am the Registrar at the school. I have been working with International students for many years. I love
the opportunity to get to know students from around the world and learn about their culture! It is indeed an enriching experience. I was an international student myself in Italy when I learned the Italian language and am originally from Indonesia. So I understand how it is being an international student in a foreign country. At the school, I maintain the students accounts and help
students with health insurance questions.

Denica Maravilla

Denica Maravilla

University Admissions and Placement Counselor

My name is Denica. I am in the University Placement and Admissions Counselor at ELS Thousand Oaks. I assist students in searching for and applying to our many ELS partner schools. There are many opportunities available for students at ELS and I enjoy helping students explore all of the university pathways that are available. I love working at ELS and watching international students grow and succeed. On my free time, I like to read, travel, and go to the beach. I look forward to meeting you and helping you reach all your goals!

Ellie Yoo

Ellie Yoo

University Admissions and Placement Counselor

Hello! I’m Ellie and I’m the University Placement and Admissions Counselor (UPAC) for ELS Thousand Oaks. I came to the United States with my family when I was twelve years old, and grew up in New Jersey until three years ago when I moved out to California. I have a BA/BS from Rutgers University in NJ and also a MsED from Fordham University in New York. I have worked in the field of education for over 14 years. I love counseling and helping students find their meaning and purpose in life. As a UPAC I assist students in their search and application to many diverse ELS partner schools. At my leisure, I love exploring the city of Los Angeles, finding good places to eat, cooking for my friends and family, READING, going to concerts and practicing Yoga. I hope that I can help you become successful and reach your academic dreams here at ELS.


May 6, 2014


Hi my name is Abdulwahab Alanazi. My teachers and friends like to call me Hoopy. When I came to the United States, I was not able to speak, write, or understand anything that belongs to the English language. I choose the best place to study and improve my English which is ELS Thousand Oaks. I started in level 102; I recently graduated from level 112. The school has a good staff, perfect teachers, and intelligent students. Also, the city is safe, people are friendly and on top of that, the campus is perfect for studying. If I had to make a choice between different English schools again, I would close my eyes and choose ELS Thousand Oaks.

-Abdulwahab ,Saudi Arabia


March 21, 2013


I have been at ELS for 7 months in Thousand Oaks. When I came here, I could not understand any thing.I could not speak English at all. I was very nervous, wondering if I would be able to understand the classes or not. However, if I could not understand the class, teachers explained me many times and they were very kind about it. After class , I usually go to bonus lab it helps me to improve my English even more. Now, after 7 months, I can understand what the teachers are saying. My English is getting better than before. I have improved my English at ELS. Thank you.



March 21, 2013


My name is Anggie Gonzales, I am from Peru. I decided to come to the United States and study in ELS at California Lutheran University to improve my English three months ago. This time was amazing because I could enhance my English and I met friendly people. CLU is a comfortable, beautiful and A safe place and you can enjoy studying and knowing more about American culture with people of this country. I'm thinking about transferring from my university in Peru to study here because with this opportunity I could experience and other things. I'm sure that I made an excellent decision to come here.



October 19, 2012


I was of the first students at ELS Thousand Oaks. I finished the ELS program in 2009 and recently graduated with my Masters Degree at California Lutheran University. The life at ELS Thousand Oaks was so good. The teachers were so nice, friendly and patient. ELS Thousand Oaks is a perfect place to practice English. I didn’t need to worry about grammar, speaking and writing mistakes. I made many friends from different countries. The experience was so incredible. Also, there are lots of activities to help you experience American life. I learned a lot of grammar in reading and writing classes, conversation in daily life, and presentation skills from ELS Thousand Oaks. When I studied in the Masters program, these English skills were so useful while writing papers, talking with American classmates, and giving presentations in class. I have a lot of enjoyable memories from experiences I had while I was at ELS Thousand Oaks.


October 5, 2012


My name is Ali Almujibah and I am from Saudi Arabia. When I came to the United States to study at ELS my English was so poor. I couldn’t speak any words. I started from level 101, which is the lowest level. After studying a lot and trying to speak with no Arabic people my English has approved. ELS is one of the best schools in the USA. I was so lucky to have had the chance to study in Thousand Oaks. ELS Thousand Oaks has a good director, teachers, and environment. Teachers in this ELS branch are always very friendly. They always try to make the answers simple so students understand quickly. ELS always helps students find university or college admission from different schools. It is good. There are hundreds of universities which accept students who finish level 109 or 112. They helped me get admitted to a university. I graduated level 112 last month.

Finally, I will never forget my great time at ELS and I really appreciate all of the staffs help and their nice personalities.

-Ali,Saudi Arabia


October 5, 2012

When I came here to ELS Language Center to study English I found a good teachers and staff that have helped me to improve my English . All of the classes make the students share and work together. It's all English all the time. I have meet American people in the activities (Conversation Café) who come to speak to us to get to know about our countries and culture.

There are a lot of trips to many places in different nearby cities which I have gotten to visit with my classmates such as: Los Angeles , Santa Monica, Hollywood and more.

I like ELS and my new friends.

-Salama,Gaza Strip


September 21, 2012


My name is Shuolin,Ran, I am from China. I am now studying English in ELS, Thousand Oaks. I love here, everyone here is friendly, I can practice speaking English with teachers and classmates. I also appreciate my home stay's mother and father, they treat me as their own daughter, which makes me feel easy and comfortable. Thousand Oaks is a very pretty place, I really enjoy the sunshine, the blue sky, the beautiful environment here.



May 25, 2012


My name is Ali, I'm from Saudi Arabia. When I came to ELS I was a blank page I had no English whatsoever. I thought that it would be so hard for me to learn the language. It has been challenging, but worth it! ELS is the perfect place for an international student who is looking for a place to start and it was the right place for me. I have had all the help that I needed here. ELS has a strong program, and they provide bonus lab and extra tutoring for EAP students after school. I can’t forget to mention conversation café and the American people that come every week to speak with us to help us improve our English. This is held every Monday afternoon. These extra programs are just to help the students who need it , they helped me! The teachers are very friendly and helpful. I have made a lot of friends and explored the nearby cities and the beautiful sights. The friends I have met at ELS, who are good friends of mine now, will be friends for life. I am very grateful to be here at ELS surrounded by a people who care about me and what I need. I will never forget this time of my life. I have no regrets for choosing ELS as my English School.

-Ali,Saudi Arabia


May 10, 2012


My name is Luccas, I am from Brazil. I loved studying at ELS Thousand Oaks (T.O.). First of all, California Lutheran University (CLU) is really safe. It has many facilities, such as the library, the gym, dorms, the cafeteria and ELS center. Second, the classes at ELS T.O. are not boring; the teachers there are always enthusiastic and ready to help you. Finally, my English skills have increased because of my time there. I enjoyed every moment I spent there. Thanks to everyone at ELS Thousand Oaks!


Joy (Dan Qiyao)

April 26, 2012


Hi, I am Joy. I am from China. Prior to coming to ELS I did not make any arrangements, including my accommodation and transportation plans. One day after arriving at ELS I had begun to figure things out, with the help of others at ELS. The teachers, staff, and my classmates helped me to solve all of my problems. I want to thank them for their patience and kindness! They have become lifelong friends.

-Joy (Dan Qiyao),China


April 5, 2012


I love ELS Thousand Oaks! This is because I have experienced lots of precious time here. After school, I usually go to the CLU library, gym, and dance class. We can enjoy American Unversity's life. While I am in class, I feel like I'm at home because my classmates are there. They talk to me, and I talk to them about our cultures, our futures, and weekend plans. This is the reason why I love it here. The first time I came here, I thought I couldn't understand anything at all, and my English is improving gradually thanks to great teachers and my friends. Don't hesitate to come here. You will love beautiful Thousand Oaks, too!

-Tsubasa ,Japan

Abdulrahman Albassam, Saudi Arabia

July 11, 2011

My name is Abdulrahman Albassam, I am from Saudi Arabia. I studied English at ELS on the campus of California Lutheran University (CLU) and then transferred to the undergraduate program to study Computer Information System. ELS was a pathway towards my education goal. The transition was very easy as I already knew a lot about the campus and community. The people at CLU are very friendly and the campus has a lot of diversity. I have really enjoyed my time here.

Yaoguang Luo, China

April 11, 2011

I like ELS Thousand Oaks. I have been studying here very hard since October. I really have learned more English and advanced skills since I arrived here.

Han Seung Woo, South Korea

April 11, 2011

Hi, I am Han Seung Woo from Korea. My friends call me H. I do love studying at ELS Thousand Oaks. Thousand Oaks is a beautiful place to live and travel. If you are studying at ELS Thousand Oaks you can use the many facilities on the California Lutheran University campus such as the gym, swimming pool, basketball court and library. Every Monday and Friday we play baseball and soccer with ELS and CLU students. Also every Monday we can go to Conversation Café. These opportunities allow us to talk with CLU students and Americans so that we can improve our English ability. I am really thankful to the ELS center for giving me those chances.

- Han Seung Woo, South Korea

Shoko Otake, Japan

April 11, 2011

The most important part of learning English is to speak it again and again. I didn’t have the chance to speak English in my country, but now that I am studying at ELS Thousand Oaks I have to speak in English every day. ELS Thousand Oaks is a good place to study the city is safe, beautiful and quiet. You can focus on your school life. I have met a lot of good friends.

- Shoko Otake, Japan

Yao-Tsu Chiu, Taiwan

April 11, 2011

When I was in Taiwan the agency suggested that I choose California Lutheran University in Thousand Oaks for my graduate studies. I did not know anything about Thousand Oaks or even where it was, so I was nervous. When I arrived and began my English studies at ELS I felt more comfortable. There are people from other countries and you get to speak English everyday with them, and it helps you to improve. Other than studying English, I like to play basketball with my friends at the California Lutheran University gym. I really like studying at ELS, T.O.

- Yao-Tsu Chiu, Taiwan

Katsuya, Japan

April 11, 2011

At first I chose ELS because it is near my families friends who are hosting me. Fortunately, ELS is a very good place to study English. The ELS teachers are very kind and give great lessons. There are students from a lot of different countries studying at ELS and so we have the opportunity to speak English with each other often.

- Katsuya, Japan

Amaal, Saudi Arabia

April 11, 2011

I decided to come to ELS Thousand Oaks because of the length of sessions. Each session is about a month long, and I can finish the entire program is less than one year. When you finish (graduate from level 112 EAP course) you have a lot of universities that will accept your certificate in lieu of a TOEFL or IELTS score.

- Amaal, Saudi Arabia

Ryogo, Japan

April 11, 2011

I think the program at ELS is really good for studying English. The program has good lessons and the teachers speak clearly and give easy to understand lessons. I must use English to communicate with my friends and classmates and it is good because the conversations help me to improve. It has been a good experience for me and my English knowledge has improved. I really like studying at ELS Thousand Oaks.

- Ryogo, Japan

Amanda, Brazil

April 11, 2011

I like studying at ELS Thousand Oaks because it is the best place to learn English. The city is safe and is near all of the exciting places in California. The ELS is on a big campus (California Lutheran University) where we can use the cafeteria, library and the gym which is amazing.

- Amanda, Brazil

Jiang, China

April 11, 2011

In China, I didn’t have the opportunity to speak English. But now I have to think about everything in English, because there is a rule at ELS Thousand Oaks ---“English Only!” It is very tough, but it is very helpful for every student. Although I just speak with some simple sentences and simple words, I still feel very happy because I know that I am progressing every day. ELS arranges a lot of activities every week such as conversation café which is conversations with native speakers, trips to public library, trips to museums, and watching movies. These activities create natural environments to access the native culture and language. The teachers at ELS love education, so they are always enthusiastic. I feel ELS is like a big family. We help each other and work hard for the same goal.

Fan Zhang, China

April 11, 2011

ELS Thousand Oaks is an excellent language school. It allows you to study with other classmates from other cultures. You can experience a new life speaking English all day. It promotes you to practice English more and more, and you make rapid progress. The faculty and staff at ELS Thousand Oaks are nice and they give you a hand when you encounter difficulties.

- Fan Zhang, China

Tatiana, Brazil

April 11, 2011

My name is Tatiana and I am from Brazil. I like studying at ELS Thousand Oaks because this place is perfect if you want to really learn English and meet people from around the world. You can use facilities on the University such as the gym and library. It’s good!!!

Alejandra, Colombia

April 11, 2011

I like to study at ELS because it is a friendly and warm atmosphere. The contents of the English program are clear and organized. Also I think that one of the best parts at ELS is the teachers. The teachers are polite, respectful, and most importantly reliable. The students can always ask for help and they will not give you the solution, they will teach you how you can find it. I love to study at ELS, and it has become my second home.

- Alejandra, Colombia

Ya Ming Hu , China

October 19, 2010

My name is Yaming Hu, I am from China. I like California and the MBA at California Lutheran University is short (1 year). ELS Thousand Oaks is a good place to start before the MBA program. The weather here is great and so are the people.

- Ya Ming Hu , China

ELS Thousand Oaks Student from Thailand

October 8, 2010

Imad, Saudi Arabia

October 8, 2010

I had a great experience when I studied at ELS. Right now I am a senior student at California Lutheran University. I am thankful for all the people at ELS who helped me.

Agusto, Brazil

October 8, 2010

My name is Augusto I come from Brazil. I chose to come to the US to study because it’s the best place to learn English. I knew that it would be an amazing experience for me, and it has been. I know that learning English is important for me. I have been playing on the ELS soccer team with my classmates. We compete against other teams in the Thousand Oaks area, it is very fun. I like that my friends live near me and I can visit them often. If you want to meet new friends—come to Thousand Oaks.

- Agusto, Brazil

Ivan, China

August 17, 2010

I love ELS Thousand Oaks, it is the place where I improved my English skills.

- Ivan, China

Apichart - Joey

August 9, 2010

ELS Thousand Oaks is the safest place in California. Teachers are very good and very nice. At ELS Thousand Oaks I have had the chance to learn and experience the American culture. If I had only one word that would explain ELS Thousand Oaks I would say “AWESOME!” I love this place. If I would not have come to Thousand Oaks I would not have learned to speak as well as I can. Thank you ELS Thousand Oaks!

- Apichart, Thailand

Chien-Yu Chen

July 20, 2010

The reason I chose ELS Thousand Oaks is because the city is a very safe city, and the weather is really good. Also Thousand Oaks is near Los Angeles, and is convenient for my life. ELS has helped me to enter graduate school. The teachers and administrators are very patient. They helped me with English, and any other problems I face. I have enjoyed the SSP class a lot, because I learned new vocabulary and grammar. My second favorite class was Reading and Writing, it helped me improve my reading speed and I also learned new words. Out of the classroom I enjoy playing basketball in the CLU gym. The gym is pretty new and perfect for all students! I have met new friends by playing basketball each day, and it keeps me healthy!

Su, Han-Wei, Taiwan

July 13, 2010

While I was studying in ELS TO, I really learned a lot, not only English but also American culture. Before I came here, I though English was too difficult to learn. But actually it's not. English is a good stuff to learn forever, but we must find some places to start, that's ELS Thousand Oaks!!

- Su, Han-Wei

ELS Thousand Oaks Student from Ecuador

June 24, 2010

Hsiao-Chung, Taiwan

May 28, 2010

I'm grateful that I could met so many nice teachers in ELS. I've really learned a lot from them, no matter English or how to act appropriately in our daily lives. I had a great time in ELS. Thank you all very much.

- Hsiao-Chung

Sultan Alharthi, Saudi Arabia

May 26, 2010

I attended ELS in 2008 and this weekend I graduated from California Lutheran University. I'm really happy to have finished my master's degree, but the real joy I felt is sharing this milestone accomplished with my beloved family and dear friends I met while studying in the USA

- Sultan Alharthi

Yinjun Qian, China

May 26, 2010

If someone asks me how studying at ELS Thousand Oaks was, I think it is very hard to answer. The feeling is beyond words. I can’t use any words to explain it. “Thank you to everyone at ELS” is the only sentence I can tell ELS teachers now. ELS helped me not only studying English. They gave me lots opportunities to practice English.

- Yinjun Qian

Wan-Ting Chuang, Taiwan

May 19, 2010

My name is Rita and I come from Taiwan. Before I came to America, I asked my agent to help me to find a good and safe city for studying English. My agent told me that Thousand Oaks is a good and safe area. Not only the good weather to live, but also there are many kind people. After I came here, I thought that I choose the right place for school. The teachers are good and they help me with English. After I finish ELS I am going to enter CLU graduate school for a master degree. I know that choosing ELS Thousand Oaks was right.

- Wan-Ting Chuang

Chun Lung Li, Taiwan

May 19, 2010

Hi, my name is Bruce. I have studied English in Thousand Oaks since 2009. I am happy that I studied English with ELS. I attended many activities, met many friends from different countries and talked with many people in English. My English ability is better than before I came here. I have not only learned English but I also have learned how to respect other cultures while studying in Thousand Oaks. I appreciate all of teachers. They share their educational experiences with me and taught me how to be successful in the future.

- Chun Lung Li

Bandar, Saudi Arabia

May 13, 2010

My name is Bandar I am 25 years old and I am from Saudi Arabia. Before coming to the US I have searched for the perfect school and location. In my opinion ELS, Thousand Oaks is the perfect choice. During the period I have lived in Thousand Oaks, I learned about different cultures, made many friends and visited places that I see only in movies. I am very fortunate to have been a student at ELS Thousand Oaks.

Naif, Saudi Arabia

March 10, 2010

When I was studying at ELS Thousand Oaks, I lived at the dorm. It is a little bit more expensive then homestay, but it has some great advantages. You can be at the school in two minutes. You can have your meals at the cafeteria, you only have to show them your student ID and you can get whatever you want, its all you can eat. The dorms are located in the middle of campus, so you can enjoy all the services like the main library, gym, and cafes within just minutes. The best part is that you can meet a new people who are a native speakers, and live with people from other countries. The dorm is a great option for all students.

Yun Heo, South Korea

February 16, 2010

I think living in homestay is very good experience, because homestay means living in an America home and a chance to learn the America culture. For example, I leaned America table culture at dinner time. I have also been able to learn the America life. I live with a single retired woman she is very kind. She shares a lot of information with me; she introduced me to famous America stores, nice places to eat and local attractions. She encourages me to speak English all the time; this is the most important thing. She helps me with the correct pronunciation every time I make a mistake, and I get to practice listening at home because I am listening to a native speaker all of the time. I am very happy with my homestay mother.

Nguyen Hoang, Vietnam

December 22, 2009

I used to be a student at ELS Language Centers. It was an extremely fun period that I have had since I came to the US. I miss everybody, especially my teachers. I really want to see them again.

Talal Alsabti, Saudi Arabia

September 1, 2009

I consider myself lucky because I came to ELS in the United States. ELS give me a good opportunity to study English as Second Language. I’m studying English with the best teachers I have ever met, and besides studying I have made a lot of friends from America and other countries. The staff members are really nice and the director is the best.

Tai-Yu Wen, Taiwan

August 28, 2009

I am so glad to study English in ELS Language Center in Thousand Oaks. When I arrived here at the first time, I felt nervous and uneasy. After few days, I felt comfortable and relieved because all of teachers are always patient with the students. That's why I enjoy studying English in ELS. I am looking forward to ELS will be better than before.

- Tai-Yu Wen

Ping-Ying Sun, Taiwan

August 27, 2009

I came to Thousand Oaks because after finishing ELS, I want to study in CLU which my agent recommended. The weather in LA is as same as Taiwan, and I like that. Also the ELS members are friendly and kindly, like a family.

- Ping-Ying Sun

CLU Graduate and Undergraduate Commencement

May 22, 2014

Current ELS students attended graduate and undergraduate commencement at California Lutheran University to support former ELS students.

Former ELS Student Inducted into Honor Society at California Lutheran University

May 15, 2014

Former ELS student, PAK SRIPONGTANAKUL from Thailand was inducted into the Honor Society at California Lutheran University last week. Congratulations Pak! What a great accomplishment.

LACMA Museum

April 28, 2014

A group of students enjoyed a day at the famed Los Angeles County Museum of Arts.

Easter Egg Coloring

April 22, 2014

Our students celebrated Easter by dyeing some colorful eggs.

Hike to Wildwood Park

March 25, 2014

Students visited and took part in our local hiking trails which lead them to Paradise Falls.

Disneyland Trip!

March 17, 2014

A group of students enjoyed a magical day at Disneyland.

Donut Day!

February 26, 2014

Students got to enjoy some delicious donuts before school and during their morning breaks. Yum!


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