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Reseda High School

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Reseda Charter High School
Location
Reseda Charter High School is located in San Fernando Valley
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School is located in the Los Angeles metropolitan area
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School is located in California
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School is located in the United States
Reseda Charter High School
Reseda Charter High School
18230 Kittridge Street, Reseda, Los Angeles, California 91335
Coordinates34°11′24″N 118°31′51″W / 34.189964°N 118.530886°W / 34.189964; -118.530886
Information
TypeCharter
Established1955
School districtLos Angeles Unified School District
PrincipalMelanie Welsh
Staff75.33 (FTE)[1]
Grades9-12
Enrollment1,522 (2017-18)[1]
Student to teacher ratio20.20[1]
Color(s)Navy, Columbia blue, White               
Athletics conferenceValley Mission League
CIF Los Angeles City Section
MascotRegent
Website

Reseda Charter High School, established in 1955, is located in the Reseda section of the San Fernando Valley region of Los Angeles, California, United States. In the fall of 2018 the school became a charter and is now Reseda Charter High School. It is in the Los Angeles Unified School District.

The charter school is now home to The Academy residential school, an International Dual Language Center (Spanish), a School for Advanced Studies: PLTW Biomedical Science CTE pathway, the Arts, Media & Entertainment Magnet: Film Production and Management Magnet, the Police Academy Magnet, and the Reseda High School Science Magnet: PLTW Biomedical Science & PLTW Engineering Magnet.

Reseda High is in the planning stages of a 180+ million dollar renovation which will provide state of the art buildings and innovative design for the benefit of the entire community.

History

Reseda High was the first complete high school to be built in the San Fernando Valley after World War II.[citation needed] Reseda opened with complete academic and science buildings, gymnasium, track & field, Industrial shops, including an automotive repair facility. Reseda High School has a three-color system of navy, Columbia blue, and white.[citation needed] It was one of few high schools in the San Fernando Valley to have a complete auditorium when it was built.

Academic programs

Reseda Charter programs include The Academy residential school, an International Dual Language Center (Spanish), a School for Advanced Studies: PLTW Biomedical Science CTE pathway, the Arts, Media & Entertainment Magnet: Film Production and Management CTE Magnet, the Police Academy Magnet CTE Magnet, and the Reseda High School Science Magnet: PLTW Biomedical Science CTE and PLTW Engineering CTE Magnet an award winning arts program including: animation, marching band, dance, graphic art, jazz band, orchestra, stagecraft, studio art, and theater arts Academic Decathlon program, Navy Junior Reserve Officers' Training Corps, chapter of Health Occupations Students of America, Science Bowl. In addition, Reseda Charter has a competitive flag and drill team performing and competing with the marching band.

Reseda Charter has the only robotics program in the San Fernando Valley competing in the FRC national robotics program and was in the 1st place alliance in the spring of 2018 in Pomona, CA.[2]

Sports

Reseda Charter fields teams for boys & girls in football, basketball, cheerleading, soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, tennis, golf, track & field, cross country, water polo, swimming & wrestling. The teams have won CIF Championships in sports including football, basketball, track & field, soccer, volleyball, cross country and tennis.

Football

The Reseda football team won league championships in 1980, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1993, 2010 and 2011 seasons for three different leagues. The Regents were 2-A CIF champions in 1986 and 3-A champions in 1995.

Reseda's football field is dedicated to former head coach Joel Shaeffer, who died in early January 2013. Schaeffer coached the Regents from 1976 to 2000, in which the team won 6 league titles and 2 CIF championships.[3] The team's current Head Coach, Alonso Arreola took over the team in the 2005 season and won consecutive league Championship titles in the 2010 and 2011 seasons led by Quarterback Kwamhe Davis.

Reseda Charter Science Magnet

The Reseda Science Magnet provides students with a strong background in science, math and social responsibility/community service. The program prepares students to be successful at the college level in the fields of medicine, physics, chemistry, engineering, geology and environmental science. Students develop a strong competency in both math and science.

Students are offered two pathways: PLTW biomedical or PLTW engineering option.

School shooting

On February 22, 1993, 15-year-old Robert Heard shot and killed 17-year-old Michael Shean Ensley in a corridor of Reseda High School. Although police declined to characterize the shooting as gang-related, they did say both boys were involved in tagging. Ensley was the younger brother of actress Niecy Nash.[4] Heard was convicted as a juvenile for his crime. In 2017, Heard was charged with second-degree murder for stabbing his wife to death in 2012 during his parole and faced up to life without parole.[5]

The murder prompted LAUSD to install hundreds of metal detectors throughout the school district and a California State Assembly bill was passed allocating $1.5 million to buy metal wanding devices for all secondary schools in the state.[6]

School in film

In 1982 The film The Last American Virgin was filmed at Reseda High School.

Notable alumni

References

  1. ^ a b c "Reseda Charter High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 27, 2019.
  2. ^ "Reseda Regents Robotics".
  3. ^ "Ex-Reseda coach Joel Schaeffer dies".
  4. ^ Kaplan, Tracey (1993-06-05). "Fatal Shooting at School Prompts Project to Spread Anti-Weapons Message - Los Angeles Times". Articles.latimes.com. Retrieved 2017-05-27.
  5. ^ https://www.dailyworld.com/story/news/local/2017/08/17/eunice-man-who-killed-niecey-nashs-brother-found-guilty-wifes-murder/578383001/
  6. ^ "The 10 violent incidents at LAUSD schools that prompted stricter metal detector monitoring | LA School Report". laschoolreport.com. Retrieved 2019-06-14.
  7. ^ Images of locations used for “The Secrets of Isis” TV show: Reseda High School

Further reading

External links

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