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Rancho Cucamonga Personalized Learning Center (K-8)


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8968 Archibald Avenue,
rancho cucamonga, CA

3 Days on campus + optional 4th day, 2 days guided homestudy
(951) 225-7760


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Rancho Cucamonga Personalized Learning Center offers dynamic programs for K-8 students. The Rancho center includes a Discovery Col-LAB-orative for K-8 students.  All students receive a Chromebook as part of the hybrid model ensuring easy access to online courses, programs, and resources. We make connecting easy!

  • Discovery Col-LAB-orative for K-8 students is a hybrid flexible learning program providing structured classroom activities three days a week along with two home study days. Discovery Col-LAB-orative meets on a multi-age campus where students actively participate with the community of learners. Personalized home study days are designed by the lab Education Specialist in collaboration with the parent and student. Parents, ESes and students meet monthly to create and review student goals in order to ensure that students are on the road to individual growth and success.
  • The Discovery Col-LAB-orative program will provide a cross-grade-level thematic curriculum with an emphasis on personalized I CAN! Mastery and student discovery.
  • Students become part of the learning center community by participating in multi-age campus activities such as after-school clubs, sports, and excursions, or by exploring a special interest with their peers on a home discovery day. Parents are a big part of our community and are encouraged to be on-site volunteering and building relationships with fellow parents.

isabellacantu-web Name: Isabella Cantu
Age: 17 Grade: 12
I chose: Rancho Cucamonga
Why? To enjoy the interaction with my teacher and other students while being Homeschooled.
Isabella says: “Ms. Ryder is a really funny teacher, I like when she explains stuff. She breaks it down into real life situations that make it easy to understand.”
Isabella is studying Japanese so that when she visits her host family in Japan she’ll be able to communicate with them and others. Her advice to new students is to explore their interests, find what makes them happy and pursue it, always set aside time to do the things you love and, you’re only young once so enjoy it to the best of your ability!



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November 21, 2022

Homeschool Student's Key Chain Fundraiser

Springs Homeschool 5th grade student Cameron Skibar, a participant in enrichment teacher Andrew Seyfred’s Bizworld Rancho Cucamonga Personalized Learning Center class, is helping raise money to pay for paint for a mural in the Rancho student garden by selling key chains with the Springs name and Rancho hummingbird logo.

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November 10, 2022

Enrichment Class Creates Fall Pumpkins

Students in teacher Ann Woodruff’s Cursive, Keys, and Calligraphy enrichment class at the Rancho Cucamonga Learning Center created fall pumpkins. Marla Martindale, director of learning centers, said, “We love that we continue to come up with new and unique classes for the kids each year.”

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October 14, 2022

Rancho Cucamonga Popsicle Reward Party

The staff at Springs’ Rancho Cucamonga Personalized Learning Center has revamped its Positive Behavior Intervention System and is “modeling, rewarding, and celebrating as our students show examples of our Hummingbird Expectations of ‘Be Safe, Be Respectful, and Be Responsible,’” reported Steve Bentley, vice principal. 

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March 10, 2022

New Rancho Cucamonga Vice Principal

Springs’ Rancho Cucamonga Personalized Learning Center is pleased to welcome a new vice principal, Steven Bentley. He has a background in teaching and administration working at both traditional and charter schools.

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8968 Archibald Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730
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