Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy #5

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Current Enrollment:
450 students in grades 6-8
 
Date Opened: August 2009
 
Description:
Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 5 (Alliance 5) is a tuition-free public school that serves all students including those with special needs and authorized by the Los Angeles Unified School District.  
 
We at Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 5 (Alliance 5) want all students to succeed and aspire to become "Leaders" as agents of change and hardworking, thoughtful productive members of our local community.  Alliance 5 is part of the Alliance network of independent public charter schools that provide world-class educational services to address the unique needs of each student.  See About Us for more details.
 
Performance:
  • In 2011, our second year of operation, our API increased 42 points and jumped another 55 points in 2012
  • In 2016, the latest CAASPP scores for English Language Arts reflects our continued growth by outperforming neighboring schools by nearly 10 percent.
  • For prior years, School Accountability Report Cards (SARCs, attached below) were used to report school performance to parents and community members, including comparisons with other Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles County, and California schools.
 
Additional information about all schools and any of the components in this report can be found on the California Department of Education’s DataQuest website, which includes all public data including student demographics, student achievement, college-readiness indicators, and teacher information for every year of a school's operation.
 
Community:
Alliance CRMA 5 is located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood northeast of Downtown Los Angeles. Lincoln Heights is considered to be the oldest community in Los Angeles, and is home to many historic landmarks.
 
Demographics:
95% Latino, 3% Other, 1% African American, and 1% White, 25% English Language Learner (ELL) students, 17% Special Needs Students, 93% free or reduced meal program participants.

For further updates or more detailed information please feel free to call us directly: (323) 352-8034.