Sat. Jun 19th, 2021

4 thoughts on “What’s going on inside Inglewood’s City Honors High School

  1. Please, please check your facts on this statement, “City Honors quietly and voluntarily forfeited their right to remain a charter school as of 7/1/2014. Documents submitted and received by the California Department of Education (CDE) served as notification, City Honors would no longer function as a dependent charter, within the Inglewood Unified School District (IUSD)”. It is not true! NO one at CH was aware of the application to no longer function as a dependent charter. No meetings were held with employees of CH, students of CH, parents of CH, community stakeholders of CH, businesses that invested in CH and gave our students internships and mentorships!

    What would be the reason for us to vote and agree to this? Has anyone mentioned a vote? This was done via no school board, no advisory board knowledge. There was a vote to create the dependent charter so why wasn’t there a vote to end it?

    There is something fishy going on and the community has no idea. I encourage you to call the CDE and see who filed the paperwork. Also, July 1st is when school was out of session – no teachers were aware of this because we were all starting our vacations and most likely would have not attended a board meeting at this time. It’s all a crock of crap and the person that did this is no longer the head of the district. CH should have its charter reinstated for the year that it lost! Not fair! Not fair! Our students have suffered and lost valuable course offerings and teachers because of the basic-ness of the school now. Please, FACT CHECK!

    1. Sounds like you made the case of why this move was made “quietly”. When did staff find out? This author only found out due to inquiring about the name change. Will look into the application and signature, as you requested.

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