Partner Districts and Schools each have their own customized Families Connected youth wellness websites, providing their parent populations with information about the youth wellness resources they personally provide, as well as connecting parents to the full array of resources and events provided by SBFC. All South Bay schools are welcome.
Mira Costa High School
Manhattan Beach Middle School and all Manhattan Beach Unified School District elementary schools (seven schools)
The Redondo Beach Unified School District (fourteen schools)
The Palos Verdes Peninsula Unified School District (18 schools)
Hermosa Beach City School District (2 schools)
Torrance Unified School District (31 schools)
American Martyrs Catholic School (K-6th grade)
Chadwick School (k-12th grade)
Rolling Hills Preparatory School and Renaissance School (2 schools)
Serving Foster and Relative Caregivers
Along with its 45 Partner Schools, SBFC strives to help all South Bay youth thrive and live healthy, fulfilled lives.
In this SBFC video, Partner School teens share what stresses them out and how parents can help.