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An Elementary school is a place where the first social and community life of your child start. It becomes a second home for boys and girls, all of whom are naturally curious about the world around them, as well as excited about learning.

Teddy Academy’s curriculum is designed to build on this natural curiosity and to channel the enthusiasm of the boys into a lifelong love for learning, discovery and understanding.Throughout all four grades of our education boys and girls are exposed to a rich, broad curriculum through which they develop a strong foundation of basic academic skills, as well as a vast range of experiences in which they can learn, create and imagine, culminating in the Fourth Grade with opportunities to lead.

The program challenges each boy as appropriate and helps develop a love of reading and writing, competence in and excitement about mathematics, and the beginning skills of inquiry and research. The boys explore the worlds of music, art, and drama, giving voice to their creative spirits, and participate every day in physical activities that utilize the boys’ innate need for movement and exercise. Spanish is introduced to the boys in the 1st Grade.

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In accordance to Teddy Academy philosophy we love to work closely with parents/carers and we recognize a huge importance that choosing a school is. It must be the one where you feel confident your child will be cared for, valued and most importantly will be happy. Your child will then be ready to learn.
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For more than 40 years, we’ve been passionate about achieving better results for our clients.

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For more than 40 years, we’ve been passionate about achieving better results for our clients.

Our school is dedicated to teaching students through positive learning experiences so that they will be successful at the elementary school. We believe the unique learning styles of students should be considered when planning and implementing learning activities.

I want to thank all teachers who do their best to provide our children with qualitative and useful knowledge. They perfectly mix education and play, and children are very satisfied with such approach to lessons. My daughter is a graduate and she is ready to study in elementary school.

Our elementary school helps each boy and girl to become a responsible and independent student, one who is a creative thinker, respectful of himself and others, and appreciative of the differences amongst people.

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Head Start enrollment exceeded 10,000

Community computer lab opened at 41st Street Center

NHA purchased the new SDFB site on Distribution Way

NHA hosted its 90th Anniversary Celebration at the U.S. Grant Hotel

August 2006, the Board of Directors named Rudolph A. Johnson, III as the President and CEO of Neighborhood House Association. Johnson succeeded the late Dr. Howard Carey, who served the agency for more than 34 years.


NHA began HIV/AIDS services program

NHA opened its administrative headquarters on Copley Drive

The Connection Program was established


Adult Day Health Care was initiated


NHA became the first Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) certified housing counseling agency in San Diego County

NHA received the Head Start Program

41st Street Center opened

NHA became the first grantee for Head Start Programs in San Diego County

San Diego Food Bank (SDFB) was established


In 1920, NHA helped start the Community Chest now known as the United Way of San Diego County.

In 1923, NHA was incorporated by Helen and Mary Marston, Emma Way, W. Templeton Johnson, Rebecca Halley, and Mrs. John L. Bacon.


NHA began in 1914, when the First Baptist Church school merged with San Diego Normal School Women’s Club.


In 1888, the College Women’s Club started the “settlement house” to assist Mexican, Portuguese, Italian and Chinese immigrants with settling in the community.

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