Extended Learning Opportunities
Extended learning opportunities will assist in preparing students to explore their career interests and to discover and develop their personal strengths. These typically take place after the normal school day between the hours 3:30-4:30pm. Students may select from a variety of extended learning opportunities including – but not limited to:
• Mentorship programming
• Intermural athletics
• Academic tutoring
• Quiet study space
• College access activities
• Student-run clubs
• Other 7 to 7 enrichment programming
Go For College
A key component of the LA Promise Charter High School’s instructional program is the implementation of strategies to ensure that every student is exposed to college and career pathways, and that they are ready to succeed at any path they choose. We will establish a college-going culture through annual field trips to surrounding colleges and universities, parent/guardian participation in Promise Parent College, organized College Wednesday events and dress, assembly presentations from college representatives, and the overall visual décor of the campus.
All LAPCHS#1 students will be required to apply to college and complete financial aid documents prior to graduation. To facilitate this requirement, the college center will offer time before school, during lunch, and after school for students to work on college, financial aid, and scholarship applications, and for students to make inquiries regarding the application process.
1755 W. 52nd Street,
Los Angeles, CA 90062
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