Catron Community Learning Center was established in 2009 by Adrianna Duncan. Adrianna has an educational background and four children. In her professional and personal experience, she has found the options for high quality tutoring and academic support to be limited. This business venture resulted from her determination to provide more options for families in the Santa Fe area. Mrs. Duncan's background, skills, and experience also qualify her to provide professional development for teachers as well as a variety of community workshops.
Adrianna has a B.S. in Elementary Education from the University of New Mexico, an M.B.A. from the University of New Mexico, as well as an M.A. in Educational Administration from the University of Notre Dame. She has over 30 years experience working with children in a variety of educational settings, 14 years administrative experience, and holds a Level III teaching license in the state of New Mexico.
Catron Community Learning Center is committed to providing high quality opportunities for academic, professional, and personal growth in a supportive and caring environment.
Dogs in the Classroom
Catron Community Learning Center utilizes dogs in the classroom to create a calm, positive and happy environment. Dogs have been shown to decrease heart rate, stress and anxiety in children and adults. They provide companionship and make great reading buddies. Dogs increase sensitivity and awareness of their human friends, and teach kids about compassion, responsibility and undconditional love.
CCLC is conveniently located at 306 Catron Street in downtown Santa Fe. It is situated directly across the street from Carlos Gilbert Elementary School.
Who We Serve
Students PK-High School