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2930 Fletcher Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90065
550 students in grades 9-12
This school 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. To read more about the BLAST model, click here.
*Source: latest available CDE data, 2014 - 2015 4-year cohort graduation rates and 2015-2016 CAASPP
Alliance Leichtman-Levine Family Foundation Environmental Science High School is located at Los Angeles Community College's Van de Kamp Innovation Campus in the Glassell Park/ Atwater Village north of downtown Los Angeles. The roughly 45,000-square foot space consists of two adjacent buildings that house 19 classrooms, a library, a multipurpose room, multiple lecture halls, a fitness area, and several science labs. The campus was designed to minimize the environmental impact of new buildings and promote healthier indoor conditions for students and staff as part of LACC's commitment to the field of sustainable development.
Demographics and Average Daily Attendance
87% Latino, 9% Other, 1% African American, and 3% White, 9% English Language Learner (ELL) students, and 88% free or reduced meal program participants.
Andrés Versage joins the Alliance team with 20 years of teaching experience and 13 Years of experience as a principal. As principal, Mr. Versage has succeeded in reorganizing and revitalizing two charter middle schools in Los Angeles, in addition to opening and establishing the New Academy of Science and Art charter elementary school, also in Los Angeles. As an educator, he has taught many grades and subjects ranging from Math, Science, Social Studies and Literacy to students in California. Mr. Versage has made a difference in the lives of many EL (English Learner) students through teaching and curriculum development. In 2002, Mr. Versage earned a Master of Arts in Educational Administration with a focus on urban education, school culture and community involvement. He also holds a Masters of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin, in Madison, Wisconsin.