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SPSA - School Plan for Student Achievement

The school site council (ssc) is responsible for the development, annual review, and update of this plan. The content of the SPSA shall be aligned with goals for improving student achievement and address how funds will be used to improve academic performance. The evaluation of the effectiveness of the instructional program will be based on an analysis of verifiable student data and annual updates will reflect the appropriate modifications to the program.  LAUSD Bulletin      CA Doe

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 WASC- Western Association of School Certification

The ACS WASC/California Department of Education (CDE) is a joint accreditation process. ACS WASC accreditation is an ongoing six-year cycle of quality whereby schools demonstrate the capacity, commitment, and competence to support high-quality student learning and ongoing school improvement.

New Report for 2022 WASC

For Consideration, Visit April 25-27,2022

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SARC - School Accountability Report Card:

 

Every K-12 public school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC) each year. The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each school. 

Data 2020-21 report published 2021-2022

Data 2019-20 report published 2020-2021

Data 2018-19 report published 2019-2020  

Data 2017-18 report published 2018-2019

Data 2016-17 report published 2017-2018

Data 2015-16 report published 2016-2017

Data 2014-15 report published 2015-2016

 

lcap
Local Control and Accountability Plan
The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for local educational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs.
California School Dashboard 
Provides parents and educators with meaningful information on school and district progress so they can participate in decisions to improve student learning. To helps identify strengths and areas for improvement, California reports how districts, schools, and student groups are performing across state and local measures. For state measures, performance is based on two factors: current year results and whether results improved from the previous year. Performance on state measures, using comparable statewide data, is represented by one of five colors. The performance level (color) is not included when there are fewer than 30 students in any year. This is represented using a grey color dial with the words 'No Performance Color'.
Red performance color gauge, level 1 of 5 Orange performance color gauge, level 2 of 5  Yellow performance color gauge, level 3 of 5  Green performance color gauge, level 4 of 5 Blue performance color gauge, level 5 of 5
Red LOWEST PERFORMANCE                                                                                                                      Blue HIGHEST PERFORMANCE
 
California Dashboard Portions Postponed Due to Covid 19 Pandemic -
Some data for 2019-2020 and 2020-2021 are not available for specific dashboard categories
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Charter Application Report Reviews
Charter School hereby declares that the Los Angeles Unified School District is and shall be the exclusive public school employer of the employees working at or assigned to CCHS Charter School.  This Charter contains specific “District Required Language” (DRL), including the Assurances, Affirmations, and Declarations section above. The DRL, highlighted in gray within each Charter element or section. The final section of the Charter provides a consolidated addendum of the DRL. This intentional redundancy facilitates efficient charter petition review while ensuring ready access to the DRL for any given section of the Charter. 
 
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GSTEAM Magnet Center Specific Reports

Community stakeholders including faculty, staff, students, parents/guardians, industry professionals and corporations, and college partners are advantageous about local and global educational needs. To increase the opportunities for learners the community advocates providing a quality STEAM College and Career Readiness Program; comprising of a vigorous K-12 to  post-secondary pathway for students. Chatsworth and the surrounding community comprise of several STEAM driven schools, prior to 2020-2021 none were high schools. The high school component is a pivotal portion of the comprehensive readiness program. Industry relies on educational programs that supply training for a strong malleable workforce. Colleges are eager for K-12 schools to strengthen STEAM skills for a well-prepared student. Middle schoolers need a local high school magnet center to continue engagement with STEAM curriculum to embolden lifelong learning. The community transforms positively with the availability of quality educational programs. Chatsworth Charter High School GSTEAM Magnet Center fortifies foundational skills for 21st century learners, extends middle school magnet center learning, and strengthens collaboration of college and career preparedness programs.