Alliance Cindy & Bill Simon Technology High School
We are currently enrolling students in grades 9-12 for the 2015-2016 school year!
Enrollment for Current School Year
500 students in grades 9-12
10720 Wilmington Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90059
Monday, November 2, 2015
(still accepting applications)
For questions about enrollment and to complete an application, please visit our enrollment page or call Lucia Perez at (323) 744-2122.
Alliance Simon Tech 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.
Alliance Simon Tech is located in Willowbrook, on the border of Watts, adjacent to the iconic Watts Towers. One of the most densely populated neighborhoods in Los Angeles, the area is primarily home to African American and Latino families.
- 89% Latino, 11% African American
- 22% English Language Learners
- 9% Special Needs Students
- 98% Free/Reduced Meal Program Participants
- API Score: 715 - 73 points higher than the three neighboring public schools
- In 2014, 100 percent of Alliance Simon Tech graduates were accepted to college.
- For more Alliance Simon Tech performance indicators, click here
Dr. Clarence Miller joined Alliance as principal of Alliance Simon Tech in June 2011. He previously served as a school administrator at Long Beach Polytechnic High School and several high schools in Texas, and as a teacher, coach and guidance counselor in New York. He co-founded and later served as the first director of the educational opportunity program (Project New City) at the State University of New York at Plattsburgh where he developed his passion for educating students with limited opportunities for success. This passion was further fueled by work with migrant students during his tenure with the State Education Department in New York. While completing his Doctor of Philosophy degree at the University of Texas, Austin, Dr. Miller served as a director at Tutoring for Reading Improvement, Math Achievement, and Counseling Services (TRI-MAC), a non-profit organization created to support minority students in the Austin Independent School District. He has a proven track record of success in working with special needs students and potential high school dropouts.