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Esteban Torres High School

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Esteban E. Torres High School
Address
4211 Dozier St

Los Angeles
,
90063

United States
Information
School typePublic
OpenedSeptember 13, 2010[1]
School districtLos Angeles Unified School District
Teaching staff21.33 (FTE)[2]
Grades9 - 12
Enrollment409 (2017-18)[2]
Student to teacher ratio19.17[2]
Color(s)Black Red White and Grey
MascotToros
Website

Esteban E. Torres High School is a public high school founded in 2010 in East Los Angeles, an unincorporated section of Los Angeles County, California.

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Contents

History

The school was originally known as East Los Angeles Area High School #2. In 2006 the school was named Esteban E. Torres High School, after retired U.S. Representative Esteban Edward Torres.[4] The school opened on September 13, 2010[1] with students in grades 9-12.

Campus

The school is sited on 12.15 acres formerly occupied by Hammel Street Elementary School[5] and commercial and housing developments.[6] The buildings were designed by Langdon Wilson Architects.[7]

Curriculum

The school is composed of five smaller schools:

School Principal Focus
East Los Angeles Performing Arts Academy Carolyn L. McKnight[8] Dance, theater, and music, college preparatory curriculum. Students in grades 8-11 may apply online at echoices.lausd.net. Website: elapaa-lausd-ca.schoolloop.com

In 2019 serves around 424 students in grades nine through twelve, with a student-teacher ratio of 21:1. Full-time teachers 20.

US News 2019 rankings

Engineering and Technology Academy Dr. Luis Rodriguez[10] Science, technology, engineering and mathematics

In 2019 serves around 394 students in grades nine through twelve, with a student-teacher ratio of 18:1. Full-time teachers 21.

US News 2019 rankings

Humanities Academy of Art and Technology Deborah A. Lowe[12] Arts-based study of the humanities

In 2019 serves around 403 students in grades nine through twelve, with a student-teacher ratio of 21:1. Full-time teachers 19.

US News 2019 rankings

East Los Angeles Renaissance Academy Martin A Buchman Urban planning and design

In 2019 serves around 406 students in grades nine through twelve, with a student-teacher ratio of 20:1. Full-time teachers 20.

US News 2019 rankings

Social Justice Leadership Academy Roseann M. Cazares[15] Social justice; Law

In 2019 serves around 354 students in grades nine through twelve, with a student-teacher ratio of 20:1. Full-time teachers 17.

US News 2019 rankings

Sports

Soccer, cross country, basketball, wrestling and volleyball are offered for both boys and girls. Additional sports for boys include baseball and football, and for girls they have a softball team.

References

  1. ^ a b "Time capsule dedicated at new Esteban Torres High School". Los Angeles Wave. October 21, 2010. Archived from the original on March 14, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c "Esteban Torres East LA Performing Arts Magnet". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 27, 2019.
  3. ^ this school is bad and it not clean
  4. ^ Cook, Lexie (October 18, 2010). "New East L.A. high school". Annenberg TV News. Archived from the original on August 1, 2012.
  5. ^ Merl, Jean (March 31, 2004). "District Seeks Space for Charter Campuses, Eastside High School". Los Angeles Times. p. B3.
  6. ^ DiMassa, Cara Mia (May 22, 2004). "Accord Reached on High School for East L.A." Los Angeles Times. p. B3.
  7. ^ "Project Details". LAUSD Facilities Services Division. February 26, 2010.
  8. ^ "LAUSD School Profiles: TORRES ELA PERF ARTS". Los Angeles Unified School District.
  9. ^ "usnews". Retrieved 2019-07-27.
  10. ^ "LAUSD School Profiles: TORRES ENG & TECH". Los Angeles Unified School District.
  11. ^ "usnews". Retrieved 2019-07-27.
  12. ^ "LAUSD Schools: TORRES HUM/ART/TECH". Los Angeles Unified School District.
  13. ^ "usnews". Retrieved 2019-07-27.
  14. ^ "usnews". Retrieved 2019-07-27.
  15. ^ "LAUSD Schools: TORRES SOJ JST LDSHP". Los Angeles Unified School District.
  16. ^ "usnews". Retrieved 2019-07-27.

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