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2016-17 Calendar

Today: 3/22/17

Internship Opportunity


Juniors, here is a form for an internship, check it out.

Form for Juniors

Deadline: April 14th, 2017

Zone of Choice



      Upcoming Meetings


           School Year


SSC Meetings @ 5:30pm in Z19


Dec. 1

Feb. 2

Mar. 2

Apr. 6

May 4. (tentative)


ELAC Meetings

ELAC has delegated authority

to SSC and will meet with




Office Hours

Teacher Room Days Hours
William Aguirre Z-3 M-F 7:00-7:50
Gary Aquino Z-18 Tues 3:15-4:15
Mike Arzola Z-10 Thurs 3:15-4:15
Patrick Coughlan X-1    
Brian Cramp Z-14 T/Th 3:15-4:15
Joshua Cole PE Tues 3:15-4:15
Joseph Davidock Z-15 Thurs 3:15-4:15
Monica Hernandez PE Tues 3:15-4:15
John Gould Z-2 T/W 7:15-7:50
Jane Kim Z-11 Tues 3:15-4:00
Amrit Lal Z-12    
Ralph Mertens Z-17 T/W 7:20-7:50
Andrea Mims Z-16 Wed 3:30-4:30
Gabriel Paez Z-13 Tues 3:15-4:00
Jessica Ravelo Z-19 Thurs 3:15-4:00
Denise Rendon Z-20 Wed 3:15-4:15
Marco Rocha Z-9 M-F 7:00-7:50
Brooke Solomon S-6A    
Steve Soltysik S-3 Wed 3:15-4:15
Fariba Vatandoust Z-1 Tues 3:15-4:15
Alfredo Velez Z-4 M-F 7:00-7:50


Our Vision

AEE envisions a school where teachers, students, parents and community members work together to unlock student potential and inspire them to make a positive impact on our community.   

Our Mission

 Our MISSION is to develop socially conscious, critical thinkers who are prepared for life beyond high school, college and careers in education and public service.


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2017 Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson Youth of the Year

Congratulations to our very own Diane Dizon for being the 2017 Boys & Girls Clubs of Carson Youth of the Year! We are very proud of her for this accomplishment!
Article Here.

Carson High Football Banquet

Carson Football Banquet

U.S. Marine Corps Welcomes Our Very Own Victor Duenas

Senior Victor Duenas, formally enlisted in the United States Marine Corps this month of February.

AEE is proud of Victor's dedication to the country and accomplishing his goal of entering the military.

Scholarship Central


Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Scholarship - Deadline: March 24th, 2017 (Various Awards)


YDI Scholarship - Deadline: March 29, 2017 (1 Award - $1,000)


SP Scholarship - Deadline: March 31, 2017 (10 Awards - $10,000)

VIP Scholarship - Deadline: March 31, 2017 (1 Award - $5,000)


Pearl Foundation Scholarship - Deadline: April 8th, 2017 (Various Awards)


Kendrick Pearl Foundation Scholarship - Deadline: April 8th, 2017 (Various Awards)


Ronnie Parker Scholarship - Deadline: April 27th, 2017 (1 Award - $1,000)/(2 Awards - $250)


LAFCU Scholarship - Deadline:  April 30th, 2017 (9 Awards - $1,000)


List of all available scholarships

Black College Expo Field Trip

Downloadable PDF Here


Congratulations to the following seniors who received college acceptance letters!

Jordyn Brock Alfredo Carbajal Rebekah Earl
Leilani Ferreras Victoria Joseph Angel Robertson
Lauryn Walton Autumn Wright  

Ms. Green's Business Financial Class Teaches Dolores Elementary Financial Literacy

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Dear Parents / Guardians,


Allow me to take this opportunity to thank the students and parents who participated in last year's LAUSD Sharing Brings Hope Campaign. Parents, students, faculty and staff in LAUSD raised over $600,000 for our community. The Donation Envelopes, like the one sent home with your child, brought in over $250,000. Congratulations


On behalf of our students and families and in the continuing tradition of YOUR SCHOOL'S spirit, I am asking for your support for the 2017 LAUSD Sharing Brings Hope Campaign. This year's campaign continues to consolidate all of our District's fundraising efforts to a single annual appeal. The charities listed below are reputable and effective partners, and your donations support their efforts in the community.


Asian Pacific Community Fund                                

Brotherhood Crusade

Community Health Charities                                        

EarthShare California

Kurka Children's Health Fund                          

LAUSD Employee Sponsored Scholarship Fund                     

The L.A. Trust for Children's Health                                   

United Latino Fund

United Teachers Educational Foundation                    

United Negro College Fund

United Way of Greater Los Angeles     


Please consider giving to the charity of your choice. No amount is too small because together, sharing does bring hope. Again, thank you to everyone who has donated in the past. Your gifts help to make a difference in the lives of thousands of families. By working together, we can make our communities better places to live for everyone.


Thank you.


LA College Promise Brochure

Parent Tips and Newsletter

The link below contains some informative tips for parents (both English and Spanish).

  • Respect and Responsibility (Tip 1)
  • Key to High School Success (Tip 2)
  • Parenting Through the Teen Years (Tip 3)
  • Testing 1-2-3 (Tip 4)
  • Thinking Ahead to College (Tip 5)

Link Here

Here is a newsletter for the March edition of High School Years.

English Version

Spanish Version

Archives Here



2015-16 AALA Scholarship and Social Justice Award recipient, Gisselle Ramos

2015-16 AALA Scholarship and Social Justice Award recipient, Gisselle Ramos


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ATCA SOPHOMORES started tutoring at Dolores elm while the ATCA juniors started their internships at Meyler, mission kids and carson street elm.





Freshmen started the Pre SLC Career Awareness course this semester. Here is half of ATCA class of 2019



STD campaign

Did you know that each year 1 in 4 youth will contract an STD and untreated STDs can lead to serious health complications?

Our three schools are participating in an STD campaign funded by LA Trust. Every week up until winter break we will be doing various projects that will lead to STD awarenesss amongst students, staff and parents. It is important to know that all students have free access to STD screening at our Wellness center on campus. This month we will be focusing on STD facts and statistics. 

Not all schools talk to their students openly about STDs and health screenings. Come join in on the conversation. 

To increase your knowledge about STDs, you can visit:  and


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Even if you think you don’t qualify

Only need  to apply once per family, make sure to list all students names.

Our school is listed as CARSON ACADMY ED & EMP

Why is it important that your family fill out a lunch application?

  • Lunch applications determine our schools Title I eligibility


What does that mean for the school?

  • Money to buy instructional supplies for the classroom
  • Money to buy technology for your students use
  • Money to provide after school tutoring for your student
  • Curricular and College Trips for your student


What does it mean for your student?

  • Access to school lunches
  • Discounted testing- SAT and AP test.
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The City of Carson is lucky to have two Target stores. If you are not familiar with them, you can get everything from underwear to potato chips to prescriptions to stereos, all in a one-stop-shopping experience.

Target offers a "REDCARD," which links to your bank accounts, and gives an automatic 5% off of your total purchase every time. 

They also assist local education by donating 1% of your total to the school of your choice. Sign up and help your son or daughters school, by linking to Academies of Education and Empowerment!

Target RedCard signup

Class of 2017 Information

Seniors, the calendar has been updated to reflect on upcoming events. You can view them via the links below.




Updates will arrive as we receive them. 

Important Dates

First Day of Instruction:         Aug. 16, 2016

Admissions Day:                   Sept. 2, 2016

Labor Day:                           Sept. 5, 2016

Unassigned Day:                  Oct. 3, 2016

Unassigned Day:                  Oct. 12, 2016

Veterans Day:                       Nov. 11, 2016

Unassigned Days:                 Nov. 21-23, 2016

Thanksgiving Holiday:          Nov. 24-25, 2016

Winter Recess:                      Dec. 19, 2016 -

                                             Jan. 6, 2017



Second Semester Begins:    Jan. 9, 2017

Martin Luther King Jr. Day:   Jan. 16, 2017

Presidents' Day:                    Feb. 20, 2017

Cesar Chavez Birthday:         March 31, 2017

Spring Recess:                     April 10-14, 2017

Senior Prom Night:               April 22, 2017

Grad Night:                          May 5, 2017

Memorial Day:                      May 29, 2017

Last Day of Instruction:        June 9, 2017

Graduation Day:                  June 12, 2017


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Title IX Information

A Senate Bill has been signed into law by Governor Brown that requires school sites to post information regarding Title IX on their individual websites. Senate Bill 1375 requires that on or before July 1, 2017, individual schools post in a prominent and conspicuous location on their Internet websites specific Title IX information in alignment with the goal of providing greater levels of gender equity in schools. If the school has a website, administrators must ensure that the following is prominently posted—the name of the school’s current Title IX Complaint Manager -

Steve Soltysik

(310) 847-1455

along with required Title IX notices encapsulated in this link, Please contact the Educational Equity Compliance Office at 213.241.7682 with questions regarding this new legal requirement.