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Alliance Kory Hunter Middle School

Formerly known as Alliance College-Ready Middle Academy 9

Enrollment for 2015-2016 School Year

300 students in grades 6-7

Date Opened

Opened August 2014


Address

5886 Compton Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90001
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Phone

(323) 484-0450


Website

koryhunterms.org


Enrollment Deadline

Monday, November 30, 2015

Apply in English or Spanish.

For questions about enrollment, visit our enrollment page or call (323) 484-0450.

BLAST

Alliance Kory Hunter Middle 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.
 

Community

Alliance Kory Hunter Middle School is located in South Los Angeles, on the border of Huntington Park. The area is primarily home to Mexican-American families, many of whom are recent immigrants to the United States.

Alliance Kory Hunter Middle School is located near Alliance Collins Family College-Ready High School and Alliance Margaret M. Bloomfield High School, which also opened fall 2014. Both schools serve grades 9-12.
 

Demographics

98% Latino and 2% African American, 32% English Language Learner (ELL) students, 97% free or reduced meal program participants.
 

Performance

School performance data for Alliance Kory Hunter Middle School will be available soon.
 

Principal Profile

Prior to joining Alliance in 2010 Omar Reyes worked for the Anaheim Union High School District for several years. Mr. Reyes was one of the founding teachers of Alliance Cindy & Bill Simon Technology Academy High School (Alliance Simon Tech) and later became the assistant principal and athletic director. In 2015 he became principal of Alliance Kory Hunter . He received his bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of California, Los Angeles and later received his teaching credential, administrative credential, and master’s degree in Educational Administration from California State University, Dominguez Hills.