The Kayne Eras School (KES) is co-located with ECF administration at the ECF Kayne Eras Center (KEC). At our non-public school for grades K-12, students ages 5-22 find help developing the social, intellectual, emotional and academic skills they need to learn at their fullest potential.
Kayne Eras School accepts referrals from most local school districts and charter schools. KES students have eligibilities including emotional disturbance, autism, intellectual disability, other health impairment and specific learning disability. KES offers services to address these challenges, including: language, speech, and occupational therapies; individual and group counseling.
The Kayne Eras School is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges. The ACS WASC is a world-renowned accrediting association and one of the six regional accrediting agencies recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.
SCHOOL NEWS & SPECIAL EVENTS
UCLA Practice Trip
Our Bulldogs got the chance to visit UCLA and watch a closed practice with the UCLA Bruin Football Team!Calendar
2022 Holiday Door Contest Winner
Congratulations to the room 309! The ELF took home first place. Thank you to everyone who participated!Events
Located in the community of Culver City, Kayne Eras School operates within a 39,000 sq. ft. multi-service center on an expansive 2.5 acre campus. In an innovatively-designed facility built in 1998, the ECF Kayne Eras School features elementary, middle and high school...Request a Tour
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ECF Kayne Eras School believes every child can learn. Our K-12 nonpublic special education school and therapeutic services are designed to support families, meet students’ individualized needs, and to empower them to achieve their greatest potential.
Meet Our Teachers
Our Kayne Eras School staff is composed of highly qualified and experienced professionals who are committed to nurturing and inspiring every student. We pride ourselves on recruiting the best teachers who desire to help our students achieve their greatest potential.Read More