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About Central High School/ Elysian Valley Branch

About Central High School/Tri-C

Central High School/Tri-C is a continuation program of Los Angeles Unified School District, with over 35 “branch” locations placed throughout the district.  These branches are community-based sites, often located apart from the local comprehensive high schools.  Students in grades nine through 12 receive a full range of coursework, including elective subjects, leading to a high school diploma. 

Central High/Tri-C fosters the devlopment of critical thinking skills, in a safe, supportive environment.  We promote excellence and rigor in all coursework, ensuring that students are prepared to meet the challenges of a changing society.

Central High School/Tri-C is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

About Elysian Valley Branch

Central High School/Elysian Valley Branch is located at the Elysian Valley United Community Services Center in Northeast Los Angeles, California.  The program has been operating continuously since 2000, when the Community Center first opened.  Staffed by teachers Albert Vargas and Gloria Vargas (a National Board Certified educator), CHS/EV provides a solid core curriculum, along with innovative elective classes.

To learn more about Central High/Elysian Valley Branch, visit their website at:

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