Catering to the community needs, West California Academy of Art and Design opened its San Dimas Branch on November 10, 2018. The address of the San Dimas Branch is 303 S. San Dimas Avenue, San Dimas, CA 91773.
Established in 1996, West California Academy of Art and Design（WCAAD） strives to offer only the highest level of art education for the community. Since July 6th, 2017, West California Academy of Art and Design has officially become the Supplementary Education Center/Program Fully Accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
For the San Dimas Branch grand opening promotion, students signing up before November 24, 2018 enjoy the waiver of registration fee ($30); signing up for a 12-session package, student gets 1 gift session; 5% discount of tuition for the 24-session package with extra 2 gift sessions; and 10% discount of tuition for the 48-session package with extra 4 gift sessions. (The special price package listed above is for San Dimas Branch grand opening promotion only, one time only and non-refundable).
The courses include：Children’s Creative Drawing-Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Basic Sketching, Painting, Graphic Design. The format covers children’s art drawing and sketching, representational drawing, watercolor, oil, acrylic painting, illustration cartoon drawing, computer graphic design, etc.
For detailed class schedules please contact (O) 626-292-1783，(C) 626-235-2135，Web: www.MyArtEducation.com
Based in San Gabriel, California, West California Academy of Art and Design is widely recognized as one of the most professional children’s and youth art education institutions across the Southern California. The academy's students produce exceptional art for their age and it has achieved a reputation as “the children’s art school with most art contest winners.” For almost 30 years, West California Academy of Art and Design has been transforming students into confident, creative artists and designers who have gone on to have successful careers in their chosen field.
San Dimas is a city in the San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County with a total population of 34,338. The racial makeup of San Dimas is 72.0% White with 52.3%being non-Hispanic white, 3.2% African American, and 10.5% Asian.
San Dimas is about 28 miles east/northeast of Downtown Los Angeles and north of the Pacific Ocean. San Dimas runs along and southward from historic U.S. Route 66, another part of its development in the earlier 20th century. Other major arteries include Arrow Highway (east–west) and San Dimas Avenue (north–south). The Foothill Freeway (I-210) connects the town to Pasadena and the San Fernando Valley, with California State Route 57 connecting to Orange County and the beaches.