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Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 12

 
2017-2018 application deadline is February 15, 2017

 

Applications will be accepted after the deadline but these students will be added to the waitlist if all seats have been filled by the application deadline.  

 


 

 

*También puede aplicar en español. Oprima el botón verde y seleccione la opción en la esquina derecha.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you have questions please contact the school at: (323) 238-7270

www.crma12.org

100 East 49th Street  
Los Angeles, CA 90011

 

 

Applications are still available for the CURRENT 2016-2017 school year. When you sign-up select the desired school year. Las solicitudes para el año escolar 2016-2017 todavía están disponibles. Cuando usted se inscribe seleccione el año deseado.

 

2016-2017 Application Form                

 


Enrollment

450 students in grades 6-8

 

Date Opened

August 2013

 

BLAST

Alliance CRMA 12 utilizes the Blended Learning for Alliance School Transformation (BLAST) education model, which provides each student with a laptop and uses a wide variety of technological tools to prepare them for success in college and future careers.  
 

Community

Alliance CRMA 12 is located in the South Park neighborhood of South Los Angeles, on the border of Historic South Central. This densely populated area is primarily home to African American and Latino families.

Alliance CRMA 12 is located near Alliance Patti & Peter Neuwirth Leadership Academy, which serves students in grades 9-12.
 

Demographics

95% Latino, 4% African American, and 1% Other, 22% English Language Learner
(ELL) students, 98% free or reduced meal program participants.
 

Performance

School performance data for Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 12 will be available soon.
 

Principal Profile

Robin Manly comes to Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 12 with more than 15 years of experience in education in Southern California, serving as a middle school teacher, high school administrator, and district-level director with a focus on instruction and developing new teachers. Ms. Manly holds a bachelor's degree in journalism and a master's degree in literature from California State University, Los Angeles, as well as a master's degree in educational leadership from Cal Poly Pomona, and an administrative credential from Point Loma Nazarene University. Prior to her career in education, Ms. Manly was a writer and editor for the Los Angeles Times.