Extended Day / Year Programs
The purpose of the After School Program at New Heights Charter School is to provide a program that is safe, educational, engaging and improves academic performance. The program is open every day that school is in session and is available from the time school ends until 6:30 p.m. (A few days each year, the program may be closed for staff to engage in planning.) There is no charge for participation and enrollment is open to all the students of New Heights, subject to the limitations imposed by program capacity.
Snacks are an important component of the after school program. Students are offered a healthy snack each day.
The afterschool program includes both an academic component and an enrichment component. Students may have time for homework and/or reading, computer time, and time to explore the arts.
Different art programs are offered each year including such activites as:
The purpose of the Before School Program at New Heights Charter School is to provide a safe place for students to come in the morning, have a healthy breakfast, and engage in extra academic work on the computer (if needed). The program is open every day that school is in session and is available from 7:00 am until school starts. There is no charge for participation and enrollment is open to all the students of New Heights. Academic groups are created based on teacher recommendations and academic performance.
Starting in the 2013-14 school year, New Heights started to offer occaisional Saturday Classes for students interested in intensive academics and enrichment activities. There is no charge for participation and enrollment is open to all students.
New Heights offers a 4-week Summer School each year in July. The Summer School is open to all current students, but preference is given to students who need extra support in academics. Teachers will refer students to summer school based on classroom performance.
New Heights Charter School Supplemental Education Services Data
Supplemental Education Services are classes or tutoring which occur outside the regular school day with educational providers approved by the State Board of Education. If the number of eligible students who apply for the SES program exceeds the financial resources available, the lowest achieving students from low-income families will receive SES first. New Heights will be working with the Youth Policy Institute to offer this support to our students. If you are interested in SES, please contact the school office to sign-up. The support will be given afterschool.
Students Eligible: 33
Students Participated: 30
Students Eligible: 65
Students Participated: 41
If you are interested in transferring your student to an non-PI school,You may research other school choices on LAUSD's website. A list of schools can be found at: http://achieve.lausd.net/Page/2595