Kabataan Culture

Filipino Enrichment Program

A nonprofit organization

Our program provides a platform for children and their families to learn about the Filipino culture. With the help of our teachers, they will acquire the confidence to speak Tagalog and gain knowledge about the heritage and traditions of the Filipino people.

Students will be fully immersed in the rich history of the Philippines and will complete each program with a desire to learn more about the story of the Filipinos and the 7,640 islands that make up the country.

Usap Tayo!

What We Offer

 

Group Classes

Small class size. Limit to 5 students per session. Students are placed in age groups and reading abilities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sibling Classes

Semi-private experience with their siblings or other family members. Class size is limited to 2-3 children. Flexible to fit your family’s schedule

 

 

 

 

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 Private Classes

Individualized attention during classes. Flexible to fit your family’s schedule.

What People Are Saying

” Both my husband and I are Filipinos, but were born here in LA. While we understand some of the language, we don’t know how to speak it. Which is why with our child, we wanted to take it to the next level and have him learn it!”

Janet

Parent

” My daughter is half Filipino. It’s important to me as a parent to share my heritage with her and that includes teaching her my native language. Being able to understand and speak Tagalog will help her connect and communicate with our families back home and knowing a second language will also help her gain confidence, make friends, and possibly advance her career in the future.”

Leica P.

Parent

” My husband and I decided to register our children to learn a third language. We understand the impact of multilingualism will have on our children’s cognitive development. We enjoy seeing our children immerse themselves in Filipino culture as they learn the language. We recommend Kabataan Culture to all parents who want to raise cultured individuals”

Lorena A.

Parent

Yellow Boat of Hope Boat Donation – Dec. 2022
Kabataan Culture donated 2 boats that were built for the students and families of Dungon Elementary School in Tongkil, Sulu.
They will serve as the main transportation for the kids going to and from school and also help with their families’ livelihood, mainly fishing.

Funds donated to Kabataan Culture go directly to the continued programming of our organization and the foundations that we help in the Philippines.

Upcoming Events

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Kabataan Culture is partnering up with The Arc Los Angeles & Orange County and Teofilo Coffee Company to celebrate Filipino Food Month and Filipino Culture.

This event will help support programming for The Arc Los Angeles & Orange County and Kabataan Culture

 Update:

Create your own Palayok Pottery with Erica of Cruz Creations  – to sign up for her workshop click here

Vendors confirmed:

Teofilo Coffee Company

Pinoy Rising

Crack N Pop Gourmet Popcorn  

The Bar Code

Steffi Sweets Bakeshop – @steffisweets_

Manila Sound – @manilasound.la

 

 

 

Dodgers Filipino Night

Celebrate Filipino heritage and culture on

Thursday, August 29 at Dodger Stadium!

Orioles at Dodgers – Game starts at 7:10PM

This special event ticket package includes your ticket to the game and an exclusive Dodgers Filipino Heritage Night item 

*A portion of ticket sales bought from Kabataan Culture will help with cultural programming for our 501c Organization. 

As a Thank you for your support to our organization. Your purchase will also include a Blue Retro Sunglass with a Baybayin script (Kabataan) that will be mailed to your home. *

Not sure which program to enroll?

Set up an assessment for your child or yourself so that our team can guide you to which program will work best for you. We can also answer any questions you may have. Email us at info@kabataanculture.org