Secondary Specialized Programs:
(ACE) Architecture, Construction, and Engineering Academy: 2.0 GPA and Strong Math/Science Skills Recommended ACE provides work-based learning experiences that prepare students for university and future careers in architecture, construction, and engineering.
Contact: Dr. Melissa Brookman (562) 423-1471 x.2336 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(AIMS) Aspiration in Medical Services: 2.0 GPA Recommended AIMS Academy is for any college bound student who is interested in investigating the medical field through academic and hands-on experience.
Contact: Sabrina Arney (562) 423-1471 x.2452 email: email@example.com
(IB) International Baccalaureate: 3.0 GPA Recommended This rigorous honors program is recognized and respected by colleges and universities worldwide. It is a natural extension for students already taking IB, honors, accelerated or GATE coursework in middle school.
Contact: Kimberly Johnson-Agulto (562) 423-1471 x.2136 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Small Learning Communities
BESTT (Business and Entertainment School of Travel, Trade and Tourism) – Our mission is to empower and prepare students for life beyond high school and college by offering rigorous courses focused on Global Travel and Tourism in the areas of Computer Literacy, Finance, Accounting, Sales, Marketing, and Hospitality Management.
CONTACT: Christina Townsend (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2413 email: email@example.com
ETA (Excellence Through the Arts) – is a program of like-minded, artistic individuals in a supportive and creative community, perfecting talents and expanding artistic scope. Students focus on the arts all four years of high school. Students are supported by peers and teachers through: mentoring, attendance at special artistic events and performances, guest speakers, field trips, and core class work.
CONTACT: Tiffaney Mocsary (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2262 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
JMAC (Jordan’s Media and Communication Learning Community) – is a small learning community that prepares students for success in the 21st century with technical and academic skills. Students learn how to use the latest technology in graphic design, publishing, and video production. JMAC students use state of the art equipment to produce Stylus (Jordan’s literacy and art magazine) and JNET (Jordan’s news and video production)
CONTACT: Jodi Irish (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2405 email: email@example.com
JTECH (Jordan’s Technical Studies) – provides students the opportunity to explore technical careers, such as automotive mechanics, automotive collision, welding and metal fabrication during junior and/or senior years aligned with the career path of their choice.
CONTACT: Christiaan Desmond (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2176 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Panther Academy – Jordan’s Panther Academy aspires to graduate empowered citizens by offering relevant academic content, utilizing AVID strategies, and exploring career options in legal and educational professions.
CONTACT: Nancy Moses (562) 423-1471 Ext. 2220 email: email@example.com