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Oasis Trilingual Community School Opens in Monrovia

After eight years of operation in Temple City, Oasis Trilingual Community School opened its doors last week to its elementary campus in Monrovia. Located at 429 E. Wildrose Ave, Oasis is a non-profit, private school that offers trilingual instruction for students in grades TK-6. Oasis is expanding to 7th grade in 2023-24 and 8th grade in 2024-25. All students learn Mandarin, Spanish, and English.

The school’s success led to it outgrowing its previous campus. Months were spent remodeling the Monrovia site, and the official ribbon-cutting took place Friday, September 2, with Monrovia Mayor Becky Shevlin welcoming the school students, staff, and families.

School founder and parent of two Oasis alumnus, Tamara Hernandez, expressed her gratitude to the dedicated staff and parents of the community, “I am so excited to see our students having a great time at our beautiful new campus! This new location fulfills my long-awaited dream of giving our children a wonderful place to play, a creative and inspiring learning environment, and a fantastic way to bring nature and education together with outdoor classroom opportunities.”

Oasis accepts students on a rolling basis, and has space available for the current school year. Interested families may contact the Head of School, Ms. Clarke Sumner, at any time for further information and to schedule a tour: clarke.sumner@oasistrilingualschool.org

Source: press release

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