A look at some of our findings, our impacts, and the outcomes on the youth we serve at Value Schools.

Downtown Value School is a charter school serving 452 students in grades K-8. The school opened in September 2002 serving 24 students, but quickly grew to serve its full capacity. The school's charter was renewed by Los Angeles Unified for a third, five-year term in January 2012. 90% of the students are from low-income families, 37% are English language learners, and 99% are of Hispanic origin.

Everest Value School is a charter school serving 236 students in grades K-8. The school opened in August, 2014 and was at full capacity in its first semester of operation. 85% of the students are from low-income families, 51% are English language learners, and 94% are of Hispanic origin.

Central City Value School is a charter school serving 480 students in grades 9-12. The school began in September 2003 with 90 students. The school is currently at capacity with a growing wait list. The Los Angeles Unified renewed the school's charter for a third, five-year term in January 2013. 93% of the students are from low-income families, 10% are English language learners, and 94% are of Hispanic origin.

Downtown Value School & Everest Value School Outcomes

The images below show the makeup and achievement levels of students at Downtown Value School and Everest Value School. Outcomes in English Language Arts and Mathematics, as measured by California Standards Tests in the elementary school grades and in the middle school grades, are also shown. These tests are annually administered to students at all public schools in California. The charts show how students are improving in math and reading, and how many are on track to attend college.

Central City Value High School Outcomes

The charts below show the makeup and achievement levels of students at Central City Value High School. Outcomes on the SBAC are also compared to the outcomes in other Los Angeles schools and the state of California. Central City Value students have shown higher test results than their peers in the traditional high schools.

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Everest Value School Outcomes

The images below show the makeup and achievement levels of students at Everest Value School. You can download a PDF of the results here.

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Downtown Value School Downtown Value School 
950 West Washington Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Phone: (213) 748-8868
Fax: (213) 742-6684
Everest Value School Everest Value School
668 South Catalina Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90005
Phone: (213) 487-7736
Fax: (213) 487-7745
Central City Value High School Central City Value High School
221 North Westmoreland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90004
Phone: (213) 471-4686
Fax: (213) 471-4693
University Prep Value High School University Prep Value High School
700 Wilshire Blvd, 4th floor
Los Angeles, CA 90017
Phone: (213) 335-3730