Extended Learning Academies (ELA): Provides academic assistance in English language arts, English language development, mathematics, and/or preparation for the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE). Offered after school and Saturdays at year-round schools.
CAHSEE Intensive Instruction Program (CIIP): An intensive instructional program designed to provide instruction in English language arts and mathematics that prepare students to pass the CAHSEE.
Extended School Year for Special Education (ESY): Extended School Year is an off-track program for students with disabilities to maintain skills and behaviors as identified on their Individualized Education Plan.
Supplemental Educational Services (SES): Free academic tutoring by state approved providers to eligible students at schools designated as Program Improvement for at least two years. Offered through the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001.
After School Education & Safety (ASES)
21st Century Community Learning Center (CCLC): Beyond the Bell offers academic, enrichment and recreation programs before school, after school, and weekends at elementary, middle and high schools that are linked with state standards, culturally responsive pedagogy, and accountability to increase student achievement and graduation rates for all students. The Take Action Leadership Campaign develops high school student leaders within the after school programs.
Ready, Set, Go!: Offers before school academic and enrichment activities developed to meet the academic and supervision needs of elementary school students beginning ninety minutes before the instructional day.
Youth Services: Provides an after school safe haven for children grades 2-8. Trained staff plan and conduct the program from the end of the "core" school day until 6 p.m. each day. Serves all elementary and middle schools in LAUSD. The program is permissive where participants arrive and leave at their own discretion.
Outdoor and Environmental Education: Provides hands-on, standards based instruction in life, earth, and physical science. The program is characterized by field studies utilizing the inquiry cycle and support for Response to Instruction and Intervention (RTI2) in an environment located away from the school site. Overnight residential centers operate at two locations.
Performing Arts Programs: Provides various performing and learning opportunities to students District-wide in music, dance and art programs. Programs include the All District High School Honor Bands (Marching and Jazz), Youth Orchestras, Band and Drill Team Tournaments, Dance Workshops and Art contests.