Number of Students
Free and Reduced Lunch
Students with Access to High Speed Broadband
K-12 Students with Access to a Personal School-provided Device (1:1)
AUHSD created and implemented the Career Preparedness Systems Framework (CPSF). For leaders who realize the urgency in shifting drivers to align with the needs of workforce and life preparedness, the framework provides a cohesive and concrete way to implement the new vision. The “through line” to this integrated approach is consistently cultivating and supporting student voice, identity, and purpose. These skills — often labeled as civic skills — help catalyze young people’s engagement in school, foster positive student relationships with peers and adults, and bring purpose to students’ academic and career learning.
Curriculum that prepares students to meet four-year college entrance requirements, Advanced Placement classes and dual enrollment agreements with local community colleges allow students to earn college credits while in high school, college campus tours, admission requirements and financial aid workshops with college staff, career exploration internships with local businesses. Cal State Fullerton and UCI: Designated priority admission spots for AUHSD graduates who meet admission requirements, access to priority tutoring and academic support to ensure success and graduation.
Professional Opportunities: Beginning in high school, and through college, Anaheim students have access to a deep pool of unique career exploration and internship opportunities.
TedX and Mikva Soapbox programs focus on public speeches that AUHSD students develop and present to their community on the issues that students choose and want to see improved. These initiatives create a powerful community platform to elevate the voices and ideas of our young people, and help young people lead the way in addressing challenges in their community with the help of adult allies.