1859603 CRENSHAW HS (Business/Entrepreneurship/Technology)

1859603 CRENSHAW HS (Business/Entrepreneurship/Technology)

Program Description
Business Magnets offer a rigorous educational opportunity using differentiated instructional strategies, engaging project-based learning opportunities, and work-based learning experiences. Students will engage in business fundamentals and entrepreneurship, goal-setting, resource allocation, organization structure and management techniques, economics, and information technology.
Grades:
9-12
Phone:
(323) 290-7800
Program Capacity 2018-2019:
316
Applications Received 2017-2018:
8
Openings 2018-2019:
79
Success Secret:
-
Track:
Single Track
School Website:
Tour Information:
Please call the magnet coordinator at the school site to inquire about campus tours.
Magnet Vision:
We will be recognized nationally as a model of collaboration among teachers, parents, administrators, and the community dedicated to maximizing the educational, social emotional development and civic engagement of its students. To this end, we will: *Have shared school leadership at all levels which stresses mutual accountability, supports high quality, standards-based instruction and ongoing professional development for all stake holder groups. *Reinforce collaboration through vertical articulation and transition planning that ensures seamless pathways of success across the Crenshaw High School family of feeder elementary and middle schools. *Foster a culture of family and community engagement through our Parent Center, community outreach, and partnerships that promote student well-being, supports high academic achievement, provide additional resources, and extended learning opportunities.
Magnet Mission:
Our mission is to empower all students with the college and career ready skills necessary to become productive citizens of a global society.
Academic/Career Pathways:
STEMM Magnet promotes literacy in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine while providing the capability to earn certificates and offering pathways to enter a variety of careers in these areas. VAPA Magnets promotes Visual and Performing Arts training that allows students to express their creativity through music instruments, vocal music, music production, dance, painting, drawing, and multi-media. BET Magnet allows students to develop an awareness of the opportunities for Business, Entrepreneurship and Technology and apply for internships at various sites throughout the Crenshaw community. They may also pursue the pathway that emphasizes the application of technological literacy in the business world.
Academic Competition Teams:
Academic Decathalon Speech & Debate
Athletic Teams:
Community Partnerships:
NBC Universal Union Bank CBRE LATTC UCLA Lula Washington Dance Theater Disney Debbie Allen Dance Academy LA Philharmonic Kaiser Permanente Team H.E.A.L NASA
Advanced Placement (AP) Course Offerings:
International Baccalaureate (IB) Program:
After-School Programs:
CYFC PASS Program EduCare
Other Theme-Based Activities:
Associated Student Body Zodiac Music Group Robotics Upward Bound EOP
Wall of Fame/Notable Alumni:
Chris Brown - Major League Baseball All-Star third baseman with San Francisco Giants James T. Butts, Jr. - Inglewood mayor, was first black and youngest Santa Monica Police Department police chief Greg Ducre - NFL cornerback for Pittsburgh Steelers D-Roc the Executioner - guitarist Larry Elder - radio personality V. Bozeman - singer and actress Akbar Gbaja-Biamila - NFL player, broadcaster for CBS College Sports Network, co-hosts American Ninja Warrior Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila - Green Bay Packers football player, Packers record holder for all-time sacks Ice-T - musician, recording artist, actor for NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Marques Johnson - Fox Sports analyst, former UCLA and NBA player, 1975 NCAA champion, actor in White Men Can't Jump Left Brain (Vyron Turner) - musician Charles Lockett - NFL player Mike G Michael Anthony Griffin II) - rapper and DJ, Odd Future Brandon Mebane - nose tackle, Los Angeles Chargers Kevin Ollie - basketball head coach of University of Connecticut Hayes Pullard - linebacker for NFL's Los Angeles Chargers Trayvon Robinson - Major League Baseball player, Baltimore Orioles Robin Russell - drummer, member of New Birth/Nite-Liters (band) Schoolboy Q - musician, member of Top Dawg Entertainment Pamela L. Spratlen - U.S. diplomat; ambassador to Kyrgyzstan (2011–2014) and Uzbekistan (as of 2015) Darryl Strawberry - first overall pick in 1980 Major League Baseball Draft by New York Mets De'Anthony Thomas - wide receiver Kansas City Chiefs Stephen Thompson - assistant coach for Oregon State University, player for Syracuse Wendell Tyler - football player for UCLA, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers; played in two Super Bowls Donald Vega - Nicaraguan-born jazz pianist John Williams - LSU and NBA basketball player Marcus Williams - NBA player for New Jersey Nets, Memphis Grizzlies Michael Williams - football player Victor Ray Wilson - drummer Eric Yarber - wide receivers coach for Los Angeles Rams
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