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School Performance

In LA's most under-served neighborhoods, Alliance free public charter schools are successfully showing that all students can overcome even the greatest of challenges to meet high expectation when provided access to opportunities and supportive learning environments.

Serving Students Most in Need

Over 12 years, Alliance has grown while continuing to lead public education excellence in Los Angeles.  Our Alliance scholars excel, consistently outperforming neighboring school, LAUSD and California school averages:

  • 82% higher in math and 48% higher in English language arts than students at neighboring schools and higher than LAUSD averages on the newest 2016 Common Core state assessment
  • 95% of Alliance students graduate high school in four years
Source: latest available CDE data, 2014 - 2015 4-year cohort graduation rates and 2015-2016 CAASPP

100% of Alliance students graduate with the requirements to apply to UC and CSU colleges and 95% of Alliance graduates are accepted to college. Our students are often the first in their family to graduate from a four-year college and changing their future trajectory while inspiring others in their community and future generations. The staff at Alliance is energized by the impact of our success, and inspired by the incredible potential of continuing our work.

This spring, U.S. News & World Report ranked 14 Alliance high schools among the top of the nation.  Of those ranked, 5 were in the top 5% high schools nationwide.  Alliance schools are also recognized by the California Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Education among the best in the nation with accolades including the California Distinguished School awards, California Gold Ribbon Award for Academic Excellence and the National Blue Ribbon, considered the highest honor a school can receive.  

In 2016, Alliance high schools were 3 out of only 4 high schools in Los Angeles that were named for successfully closing the achievement gap in the first study to measure achievement gaps among schools across the nation.



For more historical performance results click here.


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