Student diversity

  This school
Hispanic 100%
Two or more races 0%
American Indian/Alaska Native 0%
Black 0%
White 0%
Source: See notes

Students by group

  This school
English learners 0%
Students participating in free or reduced-price lunch program 75%
Special education 8%
Source: See notes

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Music None
Performing & written arts None
Media arts None
Visual arts None
World languages taught None
Academic themes / Areas of focus (misc.) College Prep Readiness
Instructional / curriculum models used Individually guided instruction
Bi-lingual or language immersion programs offered No
Special schedule Year-round
Extended / longer school day
Day or Boarding offered Day school
Early childhood program offered No


Extra learning resources Acceleration
Differentiated learning programs
Level of ESL/ELL programming None
Level of special education programming Basic - school offers or partners to provide services based on the needs of individual students
Facilities Sports Fields
Art room
Audiovisual aids
Chapel / spiritual reflection center
Computer lab
College / career center
Internet access
Multi-purpose room ("Cafegymatorium")


Girls sports None
Boys sports Basketball
Clubs None
Extended care / Extended programs Before
Before school start time 7:30 AM


Academic award Fight For Children's Quality Schools Initiative
Year received 2008
Academic award Designee in the Catalogue for Philanthropy
Year received 2009
Academic award Catalogue of Philanthropy
Year received 2013


Dress code Uniforms
Parent involvement Attend parent nights
Chaperone school trips
Coach sports teams or extracurricular activities
Organize cultural events
Organize fundraising events
Serve on school improvement team or governance council
Volunteer time after school
Bullying / cyber bullying policy No
School mascot The Stars
School colors Gold and Blue
Students typically come from these schools Bancroft Elementary
  Marie Reed Elementary
  Shepherd Elementary
Students typically continue on to these schools Gonzaga Colleg High School
  St. John's College High School
  Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School


Staff Art teacher
College counselor
Computer specialist
Cooking / nutrition teacher
Librarian / media specialist
PE instructor
Priest, pastor, or other religious personnel
School psychologist
School social worker / counselor
Teacher aide / assistant teacher
World languages spoken by staff Spanish


Transportation options Passes / tokens provided for public transportation
School-run shuttle from nearby metro and bus stops No
Partnerships with local resources and organizations Yes
Partner St. John's College High School


Application or enrollment process Yes
Type of application deadline Rolling
Tuition range (low) $0
Tuition range (high) $1000
For the year 2013-2014
Vouchers accepted Yes
Financial aid offered Yes
Financial aid type School-based aid
Outside scholarships
Financial aid type (misc.) Individual donors
# of applications received 70
For the year 2013-2014
# of students accepted 65
For the year 2013-2014


Student diversity Manually entered by a school official, 2012-2013
Students by group Manually entered by a school official, 2012-2013