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City Honors College Preparatory Charter School
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City Honors High school is a community dedicated to providing a rigorous course of study through various learning experiences. Our curriculum is designed to prepare highly motivated students who will become individuals of character. City Honors’ students will be competitive and productive leaders who are academically eligible for advanced standing in institutions of higher learning.
City Honors College Preparatory Charter School (CHCPCS) is a public, dependent charter school in the Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD) serving approximately 400 students. It was established in the year 2001 as City Honors High School on the campus of West Los Angeles Community College. In 2010, City Honors became a dependent-charter. It is located in Inglewood, California, and is one of four high schools in IUSD. City Honors serves a rich diversity of students from both professional and working-class families. The school draws its student population predominantly from local feeder schools, surrounding school districts, charter schools, and local private schools.
City Honors College Preparatory Charter has a reputation for rigorous academics, with an excellent college preparatory program and a wide range of honors and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. Additionally, students have the opportunity to enroll in community college-level courses on campus through the Dual-Enrollment program. In past years, students have taken courses with Santa Monica College and El Camino College. During the 2012-2013 and 2013-204 school years, students enrolled in college courses on campus provided by Los Angeles Southwest College. City Honors students are involved in several programs that enhance the instructional program of the school such as the UCLA Bruin Corp Vista Program, Northrop Grumman High School Involvement Partnership Program (HIPP), the Academic Tutoring Program (with local feeder schools), GATE, Big Brothers Big Sisters, and Leadership class. Students also participate in programs such as Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) and the Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program.
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