Zoom Links and School Descriptions
CHAMPS Vision: To align passion with purpose in the pursuit of dedicated excellence.
CHAMPS Educational Philosophy: To combine academic, arts-infused, service and social-emotional learning into an educational approach that facilitates the growth, independence, curiosity, and maturity of each student.
Zoom Link: https://champscharter.zoom.us/
Meeting ID: 854 2106 5889
High Tech Los Angeles
HighTech Los Angeles (HTLA) is a free, public independent Charter High School located in Van Nuys. HTLA is a diverse community of active learners with students who are productive, self-directed learners, engaged in rigorous, relevant work. HTLA is home to 370 students in grades 9 - 12. Our students represent the full socio-economic and cultural diversity of Los Angeles. HTLA is a Title I school. Fifty percent of our students qualify for the Federal Free/Reduced Lunch program, and about the same amount identify as a first generation college student. Student learning is enhanced by individual and group projects, and is integrated with real-world technology. With a deep commitment to impact the job readiness of students, HTLA is ambitious in the exploration of STEM studies. Simultaneously, as we have grown over the years, our humanities staff has proven itself to also be equally strong and demanding as demonstrated by our student’s future interests. All students receive a rigorous college–bound curriculum and must meet or exceed the A-G requirements for entrance into the University of California as their high school graduation requirements.
2016. Our community is defined by Sequoyah's long-held values: diversity, active
citizenship, advocacy for social justice, and environmental stewardship. Our high
school teachers challenge students to use their knowledge and skills to solve
essential questions at the heart of contemporary issues.
Sequoyah’s high school offers a rigorous and innovative college preparatory
curriculum in a student-centered, experiential, and collaborative learning
environment. Practicing the values articulated through Sequoyah School’s Habits of
Mind, students and teachers thoughtfully and creatively explore and improve their
apply learning to meaningful and authentic contexts, and our collaborative culture
allows students to feel comfortable sharing an opinion or new idea. It is a culture
that values intellectual risk-taking, where one can learn from failure, confidently
seek out feedback, and develop a greater sense of ownership of one’s learning.
Students develop initiative and self-direction through advanced college preparatory
coursework and field studies emphasizing global perspectives and cultural
competency. Faculty advisors guide students over four years through strategies for
social, emotional and academic learning.
heart, and celebrates human dignity. Our community honors and reflects the ethnic,
cultural and economic diversity of Southern California.
and is a member of the National Association of Independent Schools.
Location: 22622 Vanowen Street, West Hills, CA 91307
Number of Students: 400
Type: Jewish Private/Independent
de Toledo High School is an independent coed, 9th-12th grade college preparatory Jewish day school that pairs unwavering academic rigor with a culture of kindness. The school aspires to produce exceptional students and “A+” human beings. The school has a student body of over 400 from 50 zip codes, and offers 145 academic courses, 5 world languages, 70 electives, and 18 Advanced Placement courses; 26 competitive athletic teams; 7 global travel opportunities; award-winning musical theatre productions; science and entrepreneurial academies; social action and interest clubs. A staff of three full-time College Guidance counselors provide highly individualized counseling beginning in 9th grade and throughout the entire college application process. There is bus transportation from selected areas in the SF Valley and LA City.
Notre Dame High School is a private, Catholic secondary school. Founded by Brothers of the Congregation of Holy Cross in 1947, Notre Dame has been co-educational since 1983. Located in Sherman Oaks, CA, Notre Dame has a diverse community with students from varied cultural and economic backgrounds.
Zoom Link: https://ndhs-org.zoom.us/j/
Meeting ID: 971 2625 2988
Granada Hills Charter High School
Granada Hills Charter High School’s mission is to prepare students for college and career readiness. GHCHS College Prep (CP), Honors (H), Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) courses meet the UC and CSU course requirements and NCAA requirements. Advanced Placement and Honors Classes are available in all programs. The academic programs satisfy the UC and CSU A-G requirements. Students who graduate from GHCHS with a grade of “C” or better in the A-G courses are UC and CSU eligible. To help students meet the foreign language requirement, Granada’s World Languages and Cultures Department o ers courses in six languages. In addition to comprehensive Honors and College Prep programs, Pierce College courses are also available after school on the Zelzah campus.
Zoom Link: https://ghctk12.zoom.us/j/
Meeting ID: 987 511 3299
Cleveland Global Media Studies Magnet
Valley Academy of Arts and Sciences
The mission of Valley Academy of Arts & Sciences is to provide a rigorous innovative interdisciplinary curriculum to develop all students’ intellectual skills and creative talents. VAAS graduates are literate, cultured individuals who can communicate effectively, think critically, solve problems, and work collaboratively in diverse groups.
Meeting ID: 868 5245 2322