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Visionary School for the Performing Arts
8803 1/2 la Mesa Blvd, La Mesa, CA 91942
Visionary School for the Performing Arts offers opportunities of enjoyment for all types of people. The dance companyMore values personal enrichment, artistic expression, culture and diversity. It offers classes in the performing arts, such as choreography, beginning acting and belly dancing, giving discounts for those who sign up for multiple classes, as well as family discounts. Private lessons are available upon request. Moreover, the theater is used for performances, which occur periodically throughout the year.
Ciao Bella-Caffe Bar E Restoranti
5263 Baltimore Dr, La Mesa, CA 91942
Ciao Bella is an eclectic mix of restaurant, coffee bar and dinner theater.   Its outside is lined withMore plants, while the inside is darkly lit, with small tables and homemade booths.  Live performances include performances of tango and swing music.
The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center
6845 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92115

The Kroc Center hosts the Peter Pan Junior Theater and weekly meetings of the La Mesa Rotary Club, among dozens ofMore other local programs. It is just a block west of La Mesa.

The 12.4-acre site features a theater, athletic and meeting space, a chapel, basketball courts, an ice rink, a soccer field, a rock wall, a performing arts center, a skate park and three pools. More than 3,000 people use the center daily. Its services include children's day camps during school holidays and fitness programs for seniors.  

Helix Charter High School
7323 University Ave, La Mesa, CA 91942

With a reputation for sports and academic excellence — and graduates including Heisman Trophy winner ReggieMore Bush and NBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton — Helix continues to improve, thanks to Proposition H and U construction. This includes a new science building, theater and performing arts classrooms.

Chartered under the Grossmont Union High School District, Helix has grade principals overseen by an executive director, Rani Goyal, who started work in September 2010. The school offers advanced placement (AP) classes in physics, calculus, environmental science, psychology, U.S. and European history, government, English, Spanish, computer science and studio art.

Along with an active tutoring service, the school offer Club College to help students with college planning and admissions projects. The school also has an active chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions. All students are required to do 40 hours of community service before they graduate, including 20 hours by the end of their sophomore year.

An award-winning pipe and drum corps performs with the equally decorated marching band. The Highland Players theater group has a history of fine productions.