Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 5

We are currently enrolling students in grades 6-8 for the 2015-2016 school year!

 

Enrollment for Current School Year

330 students in grades 6-8

Date Opened

August 2009

Address

211 South Avenue 20
Los Angeles, CA 90031
See map

Phone

(323) 352-8034

Fax

(323) 352-8980

Website:

crma5.org

Enrollment Deadline

Friday, December 5, 2014
(still accepting applications)

Apply in English or Spanish.

For questions about enrollment and to complete an application, please visit our enrollment page or call Maria Vargas at (323) 352-8034.

BLAST

Alliance CRMA 5 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.
 

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. This closely knit community is primarily home to Latino and Asian immigrant families.

Alliance CRMA 5 shares a campus with Alliance Susan & Eric Smidt Technology High School, which will eventually serve students in grades 9-12.
 

Demographics

  • 95% Latino, 4% Asian, 1% African American
  • 22% English Language Learners
  • 12% Special Needs Students
  • 92% Free/Reduced Meal Program Participants
 

Performance

  • 2013 API Score: 768
  • CST English Language Arts: 48% Advanced/Proficient
  • CST Mathematics: 33% Advanced/Proficient
  • For more Alliance CRMA 5 performance indicators, click here
 

Principal Profile

Suzette Martinez has been an administrator with the Alliance since 2006. Prior to joining the Alliance, she worked with at-risk youth as a mentor with Hathaway Family Services and as the Beyond the Bell Coordinator for LAUSD. She also served as a special education and history teacher, and as dean of discipline for LAUSD schools. Ms. Martinez earned a bachelor’s degree from Occidental College and a master’s in Educational Administration from California State University, Northridge.

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