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Accreditation 

WESTERN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES

 

All of Lynwood Community Adult School's programs are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges .  Our current accreditation term is 2012 - 2018.

 

What does WASC Accreditation mean to you?

  • Certification to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning

  • Validates the integrity of a school’s program and student transcripts

  • Fosters improvement of the school’s programs and operations to support student learning

  • Assures a school community that the school’s purposes are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable educational program

  • A way to manage change through regular assessment, planning, implementing, monitoring and reassessment

  • Assists a school/district in establishing its priority areas for improvement as a result of the perpetual accreditation cycle that includes

    • School self-assessment of the current educational program for students

    • Insight and perspective from the visiting committee

    • Regular school staff assessment of progress through the intervening years between full self-studies.

In addition, our Licensed Vocational Nursing program is accredited by the State of California Department of Conumer Affairs' Board of Vocational Nursing and Pyschiatric Technicians.

 
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA A - G APPROVALS

 

Lynwood Unified School District's mission is to prepare every child (student) for college and career by providing them with a rigorous and engaging instructional program, with the strong belief that every child (student) deserves the chance to succeed.

In keeping with our district's mission of college readiness, many of Lynwood Community Adult School's high school courses are University of California A - G Approved and more are being added each year. 

The Subject Requirement, more commonly referred to as the "a-g" subject requirements, is one of three requirements needed to enter UC as a freshman. Specifically, students must complete a pattern of 15 college-preparatory courses drawn from the areas of history/social science, English, math, lab science, a language other than English, the visual and performing arts and the college-preparatory elective. We label each subject area or requirement with a letter to easily identify the different course requirements.

To view, the list of our A-G Approved courses, click here.