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• US News & World Report ranks 32nd St USC Magnet 97th in the state and 565 nationally

• Volunteer every Monday 8 am - 9 am for school beautification

• Spring Art Festival, May 31


•The school's annual Volunteer Recognition event brought out dozens of our finest and dedicated parents.  The event also highlights the partnerships our parents have created as La Taquiza Mexican Grill sponsored the event.  Local community business and parent support for the school is what makes us GREAT.

US News and World Report ranks 32nd St USC Magnet 97th in the state and 565th in the nation.  read full story

•Under the leadership of first year coach Mr. Llamas, the boys Middle School Soccer Team won the East Regionals Championship and a a week later a 2nd place spot in the district-wide tournament.  


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About Our Staff

Magnet Schools of America

National Teacher of the Year 

Matthew Waynee

Media Arts Teacher


State CIF

Model Coach of the Year 

Jelerine Venadas-Douglas

Cross-Country Coach

(P.E. & Science Teacher)


LA Times Festival of Books

Teacher of the Year 

Aalaneja Stelly

Kindergarten Teacher


I wish you were my second mom

2nd grader to her teacher


If it weren't for him, I would probably be failing

6th grader to support staff

Thank you for putting up with my rage and never giving up

graduating senior to English teacher


Had it not been for you, my daughter would not be on this earth today

parent to assistant principal


You guys are the reason I am a teacher and a success

former student to counselor & AP


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