Alliance Leichtman-Levine Family Foundation Environmental Science High School
Now accepting applications!
The lottery deadline for the 2022-23 school year is December 3, 2021.
2930 Fletcher Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90065
550 scholars in grades 9-12
Alliance Leichtman-Levine Family Foundation Environmental Science High School (Alliance Liechtman-Levine High) 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 scholars and staff as part of LACC's commitment to the field of sustainable development.
Points of Pride
Alliance Liechtman-Levine High has a long track record of success in providing an engaging and high-quality education for all scholars. It has been recognized top high schools nationwide according to US News & World Report since 2015. The school has a robust program of extracurricular activities such as CIF sports, drama club, play production, and LACC college-courses to name a few.
87% Latino, 1%African American/Black, 9% Asian, 7% English Language Learner (ELL) scholars,13% special education, and 86% free or reduced meal program participants.
Principal Andrew King is an award-winning educator who has served high school scholars across Los Angeles for over a decade. Mr. King served as a history and scholar government teacher for seven years at La Puente High School, where he was honored as a Los Angeles County Teacher of the Year and a Carlston Family Foundation Outstanding Teacher of America. He also served as the Assistant Principal at Pasadena High School and Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High School prior to coming to Alliance Leichtman-Levine Environmental Science High School. He holds a bachelor's degree in Political Studies from Pitzer College, a master's in Education from Claremont Graduate University, and a master's in American History from California Polytechnic University, Pomona.