Alliance Leichtman-Levine Family Foundation Environmental Science High School

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Welcome to the ESAT High School website!            Bienvenidos a la pagina de ESAT!         3 year API 869 - a top 10 Los Angeles High School      API de 3 años 869 - uno de los mejores 10 preparatorias de Los Angeles     Named a Newsweek Best US High School-Ranked #81 in the Nation, #10 in California and #1 in Los Angeles for "Beating the Odds!" and sending our students to college      Nombrado por Newsweek como uno de los mejores preparartorias en los Estados Unidos- Classificado # 81 en todo el pais, #10 en el estado y #1 en Los Angeles en "Venciendo la adversidad!" y mandando los estudiantes al colegio.  
School Profile

The Environmental Science and Technology High School (ESAT) is a new public charter school developed and operated by Alliance College-Ready Public Schools.  ESAT’s goal is to prepare all students for high school graduation and readiness to enter and succeed in college.  To accomplish this, ESAT’s core educational model will focus on five core values:  high expectations for all students, small personalized schools and classrooms, increased instructional time, highly qualified principals and teachers, and parents as partners. 

The school will also represent an exciting new initiative by the Alliance. In keeping with our commitment to putting research based best practices to work in the classroom, the school will concentrate on a college-readiness through a themed curriculum that integrates experiential learning.  With a focus on environmental science and technology, ESAT’s mission will be to equip students with the tools necessary to excel in high school curriculum, to prepare them for success in college, and to provide them with the skills and experience they need to live in and contribute to a sustainable economy.  This commitment will be seen through specific coursework, cross-discipline projects, community partnerships and activities including a green garden space, comprehensive recycling plan, and environmental club, to name just a few.

The site itself will have solar panels over the parking area to produce carbon free electricity, windmills along the edges of the school, and a central plant that will efficiently provide heating and air conditioning.