Mon. Apr 15th, 2024

The El Sol Science and Arts Academy has been named a “California Distinguished School,” according to their Executive Director, Monique Daviss.

The 2010 California School Recognition Program (CSRP) directly focuses on California’s students and their entitlement to an equitable and rigorous education. Under the 2010 CSRP, the California Distinguished Schools Award identifies and honors those schools that have demonstrated educational excellence for all students and progress in narrowing the achievement gap.

In order to be invited to apply for Distinguished School honors, schools must meet a variety of eligibility criteria including designated federal and state accountability measures based on No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), and the Academic Performance Index (API) requirements.

If you have any questions, contact Monique Daviss, the Executive Director at El Sol Science and Arts Academy, at mdaviss@elsolacademy.org

El Sol is located at 1010 N. Broadway, in Santa Ana.



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2 thoughts on “El Sol Science and Arts Academy named a California Distinguished School”
  1. Very good for Santa Ana, considering we are pretty much decorated with Persistenly Low Performing Schools— did I say that correctly?

  2. Just n time

    Low performing schools is not an acceptable word from some of the public teacher bribe elected leaders.

    Try “performing” instead it keep guessing about and delaying any type of change coming to what many describes as the worst civil rights issue of this day.

    So 578 kids in one Santa Ana schoolhave an opportunity to leave High school at about the same knowledge as other students in more affluent areasbut what about the thousand more stuck in the “performing” schools.

    That idiot Cluadio at that other blog took offense to my words regarding SAUSD and the focus on maintaing teachers job than Children education, saying that his Kids go to EL SoL. Then whenI mentioned that EL SOL was a charter and those types of school are needed but they have tremedouse oppostion from teachers union he shut up.

    I have no problem with unions, some are good including the one I am a member with. However, when it comes to public education of Children, we needto change quickly to ideas or institutions that work and if your against educated achild because it means one less teching job…go fly a kite.

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