Alliance College-Ready Public Schools hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony today for the Alliance Gertz-Merkin Howard Lappin Community Center.
News and Announcements
U.S. News & World Report again recognized all 17 eligible Alliance high schools as among the best in the nation.
As of January 1, 2020 Alliance will transition to a new governance structure. The first board meeting will be held in February 2020 and will be open to the public.
Total teacher compensation will increase on average by $14,000 for Alliance teachers. 90% of Alliance educators are returning for the 2022-23 school year.
Alliance names first Latino leader Pablo Cesar Villavicencio. Born and raised in LA, Villavicencio is a first-generation college graduate.
Alliance College-Ready Public Schools is happy to announce our partnership with After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles on the 21st Century application.
Based on current health conditions and projections from health experts, Alliance will return to full-time, in-person learning in August.
2/18/21 - Alliance College-Ready Public Schools condemns all acts of racial discrimination, harassment, xenophobia, and violence, including the recent rise in physical brutality toward Asian Americans
3/4/21 - Alliance Virgil Roberts Leadership Academy Principal Joy May-Harris speaks to ABC7 about Distance Learning and our plan to reopen school campuses safely using a phased approach.
2/19/21 - Alliance Renee and Meyer Luskin Academy High School teacher Guadalupe De La O speaks to EdSource about NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory's "Mission to Mars Student Challenge" leading up to the landing of the Perseverance Rover.