YOUNG OAK KIM ACADEMY
A Single Gender STEM Middle School
615 South Shatto Place Los Angeles, California 90005
Phone: 213.739.6500 / Fax: 213.384.3083
ATTENTION YOKA STUDENTS:
You must earn 45+ AR points by May 1, 2017
You must earn 160+ ALEKS topics by May 1, 2017
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~~~YOKA Administration Team~~~
Principal, Mr. Edward Colacion
Assistant Principal SCS, Mr. Andrew Conroy
Assistant Principal TSP, Ms. Susie Heydon
Please review the attached PowerPoint (English & Spanish) about how to have an effective parent/guardian-teacher conference.
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Senate Bill 1375 - Title IX Notices
A Senate Bill has been signed into law by the Governor which requires each of our school sites to post prominently information regarding Title IX on their individual school websites:
Title IX Complaint Manager: Principal Edward Colacion
Phone Number: 213.739.6500
Email Address: email@example.com
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Young Oak Kim Academy is a school where all students are empowered to set positive examples, actively engage in STEAM learning, and contribute as productive community members in a diverse global environment.
Young Oak Kim Academy prepares all middle school students to become lifelong learners and academically successful for all high-school and career and college-prep A-G courses. We stimulate interest in the humanities, science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. All teachers are highly-qualified and dedicated to providing a strong foundation in subject areas aligned with California State Standards and the Next Generation Science Standards; thus, students engage in project-based learning, hands-on activities, cooperative learning, and educational field trips. Student-centered learning classes utilize differentiated instruction and numeracy & literacy–development strategies; furthermore, we personalize individual student support through our robust Advisory program. All school stakeholders model trust, respect, responsibility, and civic duty to ensure a safe learning environment. Our committed school support staff, parent volunteers, and partnerships with community-based organizations illuminate the educational pathways to ensure students discover their passion and grow into well-rounded digital citizens.
D iscovering Potential
R espect & Responsibility
A dvisory Personalization
G ender Empowerment
O pen and Welcoming Environment
N umeracy & Literacy Development
S TEAM Learning Experiences