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Join the Alliance Community!

Become part of a growing team of 1,400 professionals who share an equity-driven purpose.

Transition to an Alliance school with ease. We offer generous Hiring and Relocation Bonuses!

Feel valued at work through words and actions. Receive the most competitive pay in Los Angeles!

Get the care you deserve with generous time off and comprehensive heath and benefits packages (some with $0 monthly premium) to support you and your family.

Enjoy the support of all the resources you require, including a robust roster of substitutes and on-site counseling and mental health professionals.

Feel the love at a tight-knit small-school focused on excellent teaching and learning, fostering strong relationships, wellness, and belonging for scholars and staff!

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Get to Know the Communities We Serve

From South LA to Sun Valley, our school communities are rich in culture, history, and exciting things to do!

Home of Union Station, Staples Center, Arts District, Grand Central Market, Little Tokyo, Olvera Street, El Pueblo de los Angeles Historical Monument, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles State Historic Park, Homeboy Industries, and the Broad Museum.
The site of the East Los Angeles school walkouts in 1968 by thousands of Chicano students protesting unequal conditions in LAUSD high schools, Garfield High School where beloved educator Jaime Escalante taught AP calculus, and Mariachi Plaza. Famous past residents include Oscar De La Hoya, Carlos Mencia, Edward James Olmos, and Father Greg Boyle.
As one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles, this community has several historic and notable landmarks including the San Antonio winery, Lincoln Park, Lincoln Heights library, Villa Rafael, Federal Bank Building, Sacred Heart Church, and Church of the Epiphany. Cesar Chavez was once a resident of the community.
Pacific Boulevard thrives as a major commercial retail center housed in art deco buildings and hosts an annual “Carnaval Primavera” featuring Central American and Mexican food, carnival rides, games, and live music. Famous past residents include Elton Gallegly (former U.S. Representative) and Rosario Marin (41st Treasurer of the United States).
The Watts Towers are a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument and the site of the 1965 Watts riots, ignited by discriminatory police activity and inadequate public services for the community. Other notable landmarks include the Banc of California Stadium, California African American Museum, Exposition Park, and the University of Southern California. Famous past residents include Dr. Dre, Florence Griffith-Joyner, Etta James, Charles Mingus, Nipsey Hussle, and Ava DuVernay.

Part of the San Fernando Valley, this region features California historical landmark Old Trapper’s Lodge, as well as the Theodore Payne Foundation for Wild Flowers and Native Plants and historic Stonehurst Recreation Center. Famous past residents include Tiffany Boshers (American soccer player).

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