MESA is one of the largest programs in the state to support educationally disadvantaged students so they can graduate from college with science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) degrees. MESA provides academic support and enrichment to more than 18,000 K-12 students and more than 7,800 community college and 4-year college students each year. Most MESA students are the first in their families to go to college and come from low performing middle and high schools.
If you have a child with an IEP or if you are interested in learning about our special education programs, please join us this Friday, October 11, 2019 from 8:30 to 9:30am in our Parent Center, room 339.
Help our student leadership raise funds to build a strong school-wide culture and climate.
Custom Ink All funds raised will be paid directly to Robert F Kennedy Community Schools for SVAH Student Leadership
Happy Holidays SVAH family. We hope everyone has a wonderful break. All the best and please know that we appreciate all our students and families have accomplished this fall and look forward to an exciting new year in 2019.
2018-19 SVAH Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy
Please keep an eye out for the 2018-19 SVAH Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy. All documents were sent via mail on Friday, November 30, 2018. The policy outlines the steps that SVAH will take to increase our Title I parent and family engagement. Please contact us at 213-480-4700 if you have any questions.
Our amazing after-school program, EduCare Foundation, hosted state Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom Torlakson, during a visit that aimed to defend billions in education funding. SVAH students were among those chosen to speak on behalf of our programs.
“2018-19 LAUSD Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy
Please be on the lookout for the LAUSD 2018-19 Title I Parent and Family Engagement Policy summary sent to you via mail on November 1, 2018. A hard copy of the policy may be requested from the main office at any time. If you have any questions, please feel free to call us at 213-480-4700.”
The CDF Beat the Odds® program honors outstanding high schools students who have overcome tremendous adversity, demonstrated academic excellence and given back to their communities. Started in 1990, the program identifies and rewards young people who have experienced significant hardship in their lives and supports and trains them to become future leaders in adulthood. Their grit and resilience are overwhelming. Their stories give hope and remind us that none of us have a right to give up on any child or youth.
Samantha is one of the five exceptional 2018 #CDFBeatTheOdds scholarship recipients from the Los Angeles area. Learn more about the program and help us make their dreams come true. https://cdfca.org/programs/beat-the-o... A product of Children's Defense Fund–California