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Inglewood, CA
Students enrolled: 435

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155 West Kelso Avenue
Inglewood, CA 90301

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(310) 330-5209
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October 21, 2014
This school is ridiculous. Don't be fooled by the "Honors" and "College Preparatory" in the title. The principal and the senior advisor/English Teacher are more concerned with being friends with certain students than actually teaching and leading the school. Sadly the students actually have potential, but due to the lack of leadership, academic advisory, communication with the parents and overall professionalism, the students are losing out. I would not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2014
Last week the school had a assembly. It was the first week of school. I think that the school needs a new principal because she tried to scare us by saying that we had to ware uniform and not curse. She even said TRY ME two times to a boy who made a comment out loud. The students need someone who listens to our opinions. We should feel free to make comments abourt our school. I am thinking of attending a new school allready.

- submitted by a student
June 21, 2014
This year has been pathetic. I have calle every day for three weeks and not spoken to anyone. The lady in the office never can answer my question and I have calle several times allready. My daughter told me that her friends were taken to a fun fieldtrip by the principle on a school day and I want to know why my child was not taken and why it was secret. This school needs to communicate with parents more. I have not been to one parent meating this year and I have allot of suggestions and concerns.

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2014
Who is the principal of this school???? Every time I come she is hardly there. My child constantly complains about the lack of interaction he has with the principal and counselor. We need a new leader!!!!! Maybe someone more interactive & engaging.

- submitted by a parent
November 06, 2013
This school is definitely unorganized. This school year has been constantly changing things and not informing the parents. I can't begin to say how many times since September they have changed their decision on the staffing. My daughter is concerned about if she will have all the proper credits to apply for college, they moved her in the middle of the school semester, saying that one of the teachers messed up the class schedules. She has 1 more year and I don't wish to put her in another school since she has been here since 9th Grade, but this is unacceptable especially if you call yourself a College Prep High School and you are no where near organized. Ms. Brown is supposedly back but she has given some conflicting messages, they really need to get their act together and concentrate on making this a school that honors their name. Definitely need more socializing activities and motivation for their students.

- submitted by a parent
August 09, 2013
My school has changed. And not for the better. We have lost our fun activities - the ones that make going back to the classroom worthwhile. Some of my classmates are talking about leaving the school because the high school next door has more options than we had last year. We didn't even have student meetings so that the principal could tell us about what would be offered this year. My friends all think that because Mrs. brown left, things have changed. We don't have school spirit because there is no motivational speeches or visitors or even visits from the principal to hype us up before testing. Ppl are fighting because they know they can get away with it. That was never the case-we knew Mrs. Brown would find out and we respected her. How can we respect someone who doesn't even know us?

- submitted by a community member
July 26, 2013
City Honors has really changed this year. In the past, the students would seem excited about coming to school, talked about the help they received, and the open-door policy the principal had. This year, since the new principal came to City Honors, parents and students wait a very long time to address issues that are occurring at the school site. This single change, a change in administration, has caused a change in the school's culture. What is going on? Something must be done to bring back the structure that the old administration helped so passionately to build.

- submitted by a community member
July 18, 2013
As an educator, I been totally overlooked and under appreciated this year. The sad part about it is that my students notice how our new admin treats us teachers. They even comment about the detachment of any sort of relationship between the new principal and themselves. It is disheartening and sad to see our students not wanting to continue to stay at the school due to the lack of admin presence on campus as well as in classrooms. Not only does she do that, she criticizes the staff and talks to only certain teachers in her office -- when they should be in their classrooms teaching. As a new principal, it was her job to acclimate to the new campus of CH. She has done no such thing. We need strong instructional leadership on our campus. Teachers and students are FED up!

- submitted by a teacher
July 10, 2013
I wish Mrs. Brown would come back as principal. The "family like" atmosphere promoted community, academia, and a genuiness that the new principal doesn't have!!!!!! BRING BACK THE VISION OF CITY HONORS....OUR CHILDREN MATTER!!!

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2013
The principal spends all her time in her office pushing papers and makong phone calls. She delegates discipline decisions and dealing with parents to the school secretary. You never see her in classrooms. She doesn't know the majority of students' names and doesn't interact with them.

- submitted by a community member
June 27, 2013
Parents have no been involved in any decision making processes this year. A parent letter was sent home saying that there would be meetings but not one has taken place. The school is moving and the principal did not even meet with us to discuss it. As a parent, I have several questions. When I called the school to inquire, I received a rude response. Mrs. Brown (the old principal) would have handled the move differently. Parents received a letter with two paragraphs, what school does this? Our children make the school...without them, there would be NO City Honors. I do applaud the teachers, who stay in constant contact with parents and send information home or even greet us when they come into the office. There are ppl in the office who also help & have a smile on their face.... However, I expected more from the leader of the school! After Mr. Taylor's visit at the first and only parent meeting, I thought the vision of the school from the past administration and staff would continue. I guess I was mistaken. It's a shame that this school has no solid leadership!

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2013
More parents and the community needs to get involved! There is evidently a major shift at the school and some guardians and parents do not like what is going on. I am thinking of taking my nephew out of the school in Sept. if something does not change.

- submitted by a community member
March 20, 2013
This school has it's good and bad. The Good thing is it's a good environment, not too much drama or students fighting. Also there you can take collage classes. They do need better teachers but I don't know if it's there fault. I started in summer of 2008 and there were good teachers but a lot of them where laid off. They kept the teachers who were in the district longer and got rid of a lot of great teachers. There only one good English teach left she tough but good at what she does. The clubs are only as good as the student who's in them make it. The geometry teach is a good teacher if you listen to what he's saying but that's not easy since they need to learn to control the student in the class. Over all it's not that much of an Honors school but it's a good place to meet great people since it's small. You'll be close to teacher's/ staff and students

- submitted by a teacher
February 05, 2013
Im a student of city honors high school, I started my freshman year and im a junior now. At first I was dissappointed because the school was small and i wanted to go to a high school jus like the one on t.v. so i transferred. And i found out that City honors was a great school. A big high isn't for everyone, and a lot of people talk about the teachers, and how their is no clubs but at that school you can start your own club. Take college courses at the school. And enjoy high school a little better because it's more homey and you get to no EVERYONE,since its small. Every school has its up's and down's.

- submitted by a community member
February 05, 2013
I personally go to City Honors and I tell everyone that i know NOT to go here. I'm trying to leave this school myself...Don't let the name trick you..this is nowhere near a honors school... I thought the school was going to be awesome.. but no this school has a few good teachers and then horrible teachers. there is no balance.. the English teacher needs to retire. the P.E teacher needs to be Fired. the sociology teacher is great, the Biology teacher is awesome, the Geometry needs to learn how to control his class, and the new Spanish teacher seems okay so far...but overall.. don't send anyone you know here...

- submitted by a community member
November 12, 2012
This is not really a good school.. Half the school wears uniform and none of the seniors do. The geometry teacher can't control his class and he does nothing about it but give everyone A's. The Biology teacher has them do a lot of extra things and makes the class harder then it should be.. This school is just typically inglewood.. Dont get mistaken by the name

- submitted by a parent
March 15, 2011
I agree with many of the students when they say that City Honors is overrated because it is. However, with the opportunity of college classes, I was able excel in college, which I am presently attending. Though what I would like to say is that even though not every teacher in City Honors is the best, there are some that are so wonderful, and by wonderful I mean some of greatest people who know so much about life and making decisions, if not academia. And honestly, I must say that the close relationships I developed with my teachers, at least the ones that I had, which are still there, is what really made me proud of attending City Honors. Being in college I see how unprepared I was, but in the end, I have learned to appreciate the high school I grew up in because of the awesome teachers that always had my back. So take advantage of developing relationships with teachers there because they are truly cool! So students currently attending City Honors, don't be so jaded. Just hang in there and enjoy your time while you can because when you start college, the real work will begin.

- submitted by a student
August 26, 2010
This school does have excellent teachers. However, some teachers don't have the ability to teach that makes all of the students understand. The majority of the staff does care about our future. Our school does need more support. More activities and courses are needed to give the school more diversity. In order for that to happen, our school needs a bigger campus. Plus, there has to be something that makes the students proud that they go to City Honors. There isn't a lot of school spirit. I wish there was a wider range of college classes to choose from and take on campus. The school needs more organization when it comes to all schoolwide events. I hope to see some changes within a few years.

- submitted by a student
April 12, 2010
I am a sophomore and I have attended City Honors since my freshman year. This school seems to spoken of very highly, but I was extremely disappointed when I began school there. They speak of all the classes and clubs they have,yet they dont have many. The environment is decent, but overall it is not at all what an 'honor' school should consist of. The staff is split 50/50. There are some extremely immature, neglegent teachers; while there are some EXCELLENT teachers. This school is okay, but I would not suggest it. It is very overrated. You can receive the same quality education at the surrounding high schools. The only advantage is the small campus.

- submitted by a student
March 09, 2010
i am freshman and city honors and was somewhat dissapointed with city honors at the begiining when they come to your school they say they have all these classes and clubs they dont have but city honors does offer a staff that does care including the principal and they are always trying to have their students accepted to college ............overall city honors is getting better as more well rounded school but the math program needs to be addresed the teacher for ninth grade is really nice but not qualified....as the school gets better i will be much happier..

- submitted by a student
no rating February 28, 2010
I am a parent of a recent graduate of City Honors class of 2009. I am extremely happy to say that Ms. Brown and her staff are excellent. My son graduated 4.0 and was excepted into over 5 different Universities. The staff at City Honors work very hard in preparing their students. I rate this school the highest honors. The success of a student begins with the parent(s) and the students will to listen and learn.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 31, 2010
City Honors High School is a very unique school. It is spectacular in educating children with multiple learning capabilities. The staff is like no other. The support they extend to our children in exploring their educational heights is superb. Thank you Mrs. Brown and staff of City Honors High. Mary's mom.

- submitted by a parent
December 23, 2009
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December 11, 2009
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- submitted by a student
November 25, 2009
My grandbaby goes to this school and I think this school spectacular nobody mess wit her nobody laugh at her condition it's just a nice environment I wish I could live there ' R.D

- submitted by a community member
no rating November 22, 2009
Well, I'm now a freshman at CHHS and I expected wayy more than what I'm receiving. The teachers are more so out of there classrooms, rather than in their classrooms teaching. It's quite sad, but I only have to finish out 9th grade and I'm out of there. Looking into King Drew Magnet High School and/or West Adams Preparatory High School. Trying to make the best out of my last year at CHHS, but it's impossible. I'm not happy there. :/

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2009
This school is simply outstanding the teachers trully care about the students and go out of their way to shape a age of possitive young adults City Honors gets negativity from some people simply because when you go the extra mile and someone doesn't ofcourse their going to hate because your making them look bad... And how muh their not doing becomes evident ! s.k

- submitted by a student
October 24, 2009
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October 14, 2009
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- submitted by a student
October 02, 2009
CHHS truely isn't what they make it out to be. I am currently attending the school and i can honestly say that i feel as though i am getting cheated out of an education at times. CHHS puts on a facade as though they are the ' Best in the ....Weeest' as one of the teacher's at CHHS woud say. CHHS tries to front as though they are better than everyone else, which I personally feel is the farthest thing from the truth!! There are a few dedicated teachers, who pride themselves on teaching their students and making sure that by the end of the year that they leave their class feeling as though they have actually learned something. A few teachers can't hold up an entire school though. I really wish that i had transferred to another high school. I wouldnt advise anyone to send their child to CHHS

- submitted by a student
September 24, 2009
I go to city Honors and it is a very great school. And the school needs help with buying equipment or utinsils.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 25, 2009
I recently graduated City Honors High school and am getting ready to go to college. I hate to admit it but I do not feel the school prepared me and other of my classmates as well as it should have. I know I am smart and yet I still scored in the lowest levels of math. There was always problems with the staff and there was always favoritism at the school. Students that should not have been there were there the whole four years. Also, during my senior year there was nobody to really help us and guide us through the whole college 'things'. I felt if us students had received the education we really needed n the help from the teachers that we really needed, not many of us would be attending community colleges like we are. Anybody reading this, go somewhere else before you regret it like I did.

- submitted by a student
August 19, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating August 16, 2009
City Honors High School is a much needed pathway for our students to learn to develop their own sense of creativity amongst other students similiar to themselves in the way the think. I am so grateful for Mrs. Brown and her wonderful loving and caring staff whom I know sincerely are there for the welfare of each student that walks through the doors. We must strive to support this establishment on to continued success. God bless CHHS always.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 07, 2009
I graduated from CHHS in 2008. I attend a top CSU. I achieved this but I felt ill prepared for college life. I along with many others in my class and before me entered class in the lowest level math courses. There was a lot of favortism and student freedom. Favorites of the principal were untouchable when they were usually the ones breaking rules. The English department was excellent though. English scores were high every year. Overall, it is better than Morningside or Inglewood for the safety but the academics are no longer what they used to be.

- submitted by a student
July 19, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating June 19, 2009
City Honors High School began with intentions on being one that 'stood out from the rest'. It began with students who carried above-average GPA's. Today, all students still attend a university (with few numbers attending community college) but the facade of 'standing out' has been reduced. Although, there are great teachers at the school, some may not put it 'as much work' as others. As a former teacher, I feel that teachers should be supported to the utmost by administrators. It seems as if the teachers that are doing their jobs are not in the 'in circle' amongst the principal and her staff. My child has made several comments about the 'favorite' teachers and how they are allowed to do several things that may impede a student's ability to concentrate in the classroom! We need better administration in place so that our children can have the best possible education!

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2009
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- submitted by a student
May 20, 2009
CHHS isn't want its made to be. This school is full of teachers, staff and students that don't care. I honestly feel that IUSD needs to know how the school really carries themselves. I've been attending this school for almost three years and I wish I would have choosen another school to attend. Each and Every year, there are problems with the staff, teachers aren't taking their jobs seriously, most are only there for the paychecks and our principal is a joke. She's never there. How can a principal be a leader but she's never there? Teachers, Staff and Students come and go as they please. Honestly, no staff member, to my knowledge has been there for a long length of time. I wouldn't advise anyone to send their child to this school because this place isn't taken seriously, everyone has too much freedom.

- submitted by a student
April 21, 2009
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- submitted by a student
April 17, 2009
CHHS is a great school. It has helped my daughter achieve and she has a 4.0 g.p.a. She is very intelligent because this school has helped her successfully achieve.

- submitted by a parent
March 17, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating February 23, 2009
As a student, I feel that my job at City Honors is to maintain academic standards, citizenship, and social volunteerism. However, I've noticed that many students are not doing maintaining anything but the facade that they attend the school. The teachers that do challenge the students, are definately not in the principal's circle. The other ones are always in her office clowning around, while their classes sit and wait to be taught. It's sad to know that my parents think some teachers and administrators are serving us, but the truth of the matter is, some of them are not even in class half the time. Others rant and rave as if 'shows' are the best thing going, not academics. Parents should really invest more time into knowing what is really going on. I want to leave. At this point, Inglewood High's AP classes sound better...

- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2009
CHHS is a really small, underfunded school. I can't see whats so great about it besides the test scores. They claim to uphold a zero tolerance policy although there have been fights on many occasions, although the administration will tell you otherwise. It's definely not all its cracked up to be.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 08, 2009
It's ironic that a student would post a comment such as this. My child attends this school and has voiced the same frustition with the admistration. It's obivious that new leadership is in order. You have very bright and talented students that are not be properly served. They aren't properly perpared for testing and the teachers seem to have a selfish agenda. How can you expect students to do their best on cruicial test when they aren't adequately prepared ? We need the best educating our children and issues at City Honors need to be addressed immediatley. Our children deserve better and parents will start to remove their children from this school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 07, 2009
A school is only as great as its administrators, teachers, and students. If the administrators only delegate when they are at school, then teachers and students are just puppets dancing to their tune. It's inevitable that students and teachers will be unhappy...administrators at this school are 'out of touch' and show too much favortism to students whose parents are supportive of their agenda. CHHS is not the apple of IUSD's eye anymore thanks to the leadership at the school. Sad!

- submitted by a student
November 16, 2008
I recently graduated from City Honors High School and I now attend one of the top CSU's in California. As a student, I enjoyed the teacher student relationship. My previous teachers did all they could to help me get into college, including writing recommendations, SAT prep, and scholarships. I believe that most of the teachers are dedicated and prepare students for the future. Most of the students are very well-rounded, seeing as our school is not only based on the aspect of education, but also character as well. I don't know where I would be if I did not attend City Honors High School.

- submitted by a student
November 03, 2008
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- submitted by a student
October 25, 2008
the school is to smalll and the students go behind peoples backs to much, teachers are never there, and no subs.

- submitted by a student
no rating October 07, 2008
Please, please, please find a new principle to implement a rigorous curriculum, hire enthusiastic teachers, and wonderful office workers. A smile on everyone's face is always helpful.

- submitted by a parent
September 11, 2008
My only regret is I wished I would have taken more college classes. I would have saved a lot more money. I believe City Honors prepared me for college. Its sad that a lot of students choose not to get involved and take advantage of the many opportunities that City Honors has to offer. Internships, college classes, financial aid, programs, events, clubs, etc.

- submitted by a student
August 14, 2008
I am not at all satisfied with this school and it's curriculum. When my child decided to attend she was looking forward to a very rigorous curriculum and strict rules. Instead the teachers are more interested in extra curricular activities and false boasting. truthfully speaking i wouldn't recommend this school to my friends or anyone else. City Honors needs to get it's priorities sorted.

- submitted by a parent
June 04, 2008
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- submitted by a student
May 29, 2008
I am very pleased with City Honors High School.

- submitted by a parent
May 20, 2008
My daughter has attended city honors high school for four years. She will be graduating this june 2008, as salutatorian. I thank mrs. Brown, the principle, and her caring staff at city honors for an overall excellent job well done in the education, motivation and support my daughter received during her four years at city honors. Thank you , our family appreciates city honors leadership in education.

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April 08, 2008
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January 14, 2008
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- submitted by a student
December 21, 2007
I am a 9th grader freshman attending City Honors. I recommend this school because of its excellent academic courses and the comfortable family environment! =D The lovely and charming principal is amazing! I really like talking to her and all of the teachers. You can also take college classes at this school. The classes are challenging and the teachers are really nice. I really love going to City Honors!

- submitted by a student
November 20, 2007
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- submitted by a student
October 10, 2007
I have just started my first year at City Honors.I have to admit, it's not what I expected.When they came to my middle school to talk about their school, they created an illusion of the school; it was great, the teachers are great, the students are all nice and very smart,etc.The truth is the only real good teacher(freshman)is the English teacher.All the others are either subs or they don't teach weel.That's another thing, most of the time the teachers aren't even in the class so you don't do anything.They are polite and you can form a great relationship with them though. The students are really nice and respectful and most are high academic achievers but there are some(few, okay)who don't belong.Overall, city Honors is a good school.Everyone is like family and it's a safe haven from the troubles that are common in high school(racial tension, cliques,etc.)I would recommend this school toanyonewhocan'tgoabroad.

- submitted by a student
August 29, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 21, 2007
As a former student from City honors, I know this school is not about its academics. First and foremost, as soon as graduated I was not adequately prepared for college. On my senior year I was not offered Calculus, a class I needed as I am an engineer major. My English class was not helpful as well. I would like to see this school improve.

- submitted by a community member
June 09, 2007
i'm finishing up my second year at city honors, and it's been an alright two years. the best things about city honors are the college classes and the personal relationships with teachers students can have. many people praise city honors and mrs. brown (the principal), but it's really not all that it's cracked up to be. the reason why they get so much praise is that if you live in the inglewood unified school district, and you can't transfer to another district, city honors is the best opportunity that you have. not inglewood. not morningside. but i know the truth about the school. mrs. brown and her tactics have pushed many people away from the school. that includes teachers; other staff; and students; and because of that, next year, my senior year, may be the worst year of high school i have had yet.

- submitted by a student
June 07, 2007
I think the concept of City Honors might have been a good idea, but the teachers are not great. They have no pupil skills, or good relating skills. Also, the few bad teachers that they have at the school seem to fail students on a personal basis. This is not based on the students work history or academic achievement. It is solely based on whether or not they like the student. I think this takes away from the original idea of the school. Which is to promote and educate higher achieving students. The principal of City Honors doesn't seem to care about the quality of student at the school. It seems her interest is based on pay. I wish all the parents would come together to support the students and make sure they get a quality education. Demand this from City Honors and the Inglewood school district.

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2007
City Honors is an exceptional academic school. On the other hand it doesn't offer a dime of extracurricular activities for the students to become well rounded. Thats what colleges look for. The teachers are no different than before.

- submitted by a former student
February 05, 2007
City Honors is an exceptional school. It offers so much to its alumni like the opportunity to receive an AA college degree while still attending high school. City Honors is the product of a wonderful idea and i believe it should be the standard for what a school should be. Although this school may have an incredible amount of pro's unfortunately it does have few con's. All in all City Honors truly lives up to its name. A school filled with dedicated, respectful students.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2006
City Honors is a great school, but I believe it should have rules our requirements that are more strict. Too many students are being accepted and a numerous amount should be kicked out because of their low academic grades. After all City Honors is supposed to be an honors school, that provides higher level education. I can say that the teachers are great and that they really do work hard to give your children the best education. If the school were to get a little more strict, I believe everything will be fine and the school will continue to prosper. It could be better and should be better.

- submitted by a former student
December 14, 2005
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October 05, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 09, 2005
City Honors High School is the perfect opportunity for intellectual students who want to obtain college credits, graduate from High School with an AA degree, and learn in a safe and respectful environment. Santa Monica College and El Camino College works with City Honors High School in order to offer college courses to determined high school students. City Honors High School is the perfect place for ethical student to grow and prosper. City Honors High School has a small student body, which is ideal for students to get the one on one time needed to learn from the teacher.

- submitted by a student
August 26, 2005
Nice, small school and low student-teacher ratios, but am concerned about teacher dedication. My son has mentioned on many occasions about times that teachers would leave class, leaving them unattended. I also found, in his backpack, several letters that he was writing to other students and being a teacher myself, I know that the only time students attempt to pass notes is during class. I was very concerned to say the least. I am currently trying to transfer my son to another school.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2005
I was concerned about the ablity for students to participate in athletics, but academics was great I also thought the admin could be better but overall not dissatisfied.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 22, 2005
CHHs is a great school they are like one small family and the campus is really safe.

- submitted by a parent
December 29, 2003
I feel that this school offers alot for students academically and socially. City Honors is like one big family, sure we have our strugles but what school doesn't in the begining? Overall this school seems to be the best in the Inglewood area to me. The students as well as the teachers work hard and put every effort to do their best. The students have been through alot, however continue to remain strong. City Honors prepares me for college and the real world and I actually get the college experience by taking college classes at the college during the school day.

- submitted by a student
September 09, 2003
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155 West Kelso Avenue, Inglewood, CA  90301
(310) 680-4880
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