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Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 4

 
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) 451-3009

www.crma4.org

9719 South Main Street  
Los Angeles, CA 90003

 

 

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 2009

 

 

Community

Alliance CRMA 4 is located in the Florence neighborhood of South Los Angeles. One of the most densely populated areas in LA, the neighborhood is primarily home to African American and Latino families.
 

Demographics

98% Latino and 2% African American, 25% English Language Learners (ELL) Students, 99% Free/Reduced Meal Program Participants.

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Principal Profile

Darron Evans began his career in education with Partners in School Innovation, an organization in the San Francisco Bay Area that partners with schools in low-income communities to improve student achievement. Unexpectedly, that experience led to a thirteen-year teaching career spanning five grades and three charter schools, giving Mr. Evans experience at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Most recently, Mr. Evans served as Assistant Principal at Alliance Marc & Eva Stern Math and Science High School. He is glad to be back at the middle school level where he feels the need for outstanding schools is greatest. Mr. Evans has a bachelor's degree in Public Policy and a master's degree in Sociology from Stanford University with a certificate in Charter School Leadership from Loyola Marymount University.