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About Us

Welcome to Central High School/Tri-C CDS! We are LAUSD's largest multi-site continuation high school and CDS program. Our students receive engaging and comprehensive A-G standards-based instruction, individualized graduation plans, college counseling, wellness support, and encouragement to explore career and technical education training in a smaller class environment. 

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La financiación anual de nuestra escuela se determina en función de la información proporcionada. Haga clic en el título de arriba para obtener información y un código QR. Comuníquese con AP Sra. Madero si tiene preguntas al (213) 745-1901.
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Our school's yearly funding is determined based on the information provided. Click on the headline above for information and a QR Code.
Contact AP Ms. Madero if you have questions at (213)745-1901.


Nov 10

Veterans Day Observed - NO SCHOOL

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Nov 20

Unassigned Days - NO SCHOOL

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Nov 21

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Nov 22

Unassigned Days - NO SCHOOL

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Nov 23

Thanksgiving Holiday - NO SCHOOL

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Our Mission

Central High School/Tri-C is a multi-site, district-wide dropout prevention and credit recovery school. We provide culturally relevant, engaging, student-centered, standards-based instruction that fosters college and career readiness. Our mission is to promote educational and social equity throughout our school; to support foundational skill-building while providing grade-level instruction; to facilitate intellectual and social growth; to rekindle the joy and love of learning; to communicate and collaborate, encouraging dialogue among our constituencies; to nurture social and emotional wellness; to provide a safe, accepting, and supportive setting so that students have the opportunity to creatively explore and clarify their own beliefs and values; to take acceptable academic risks without judgment; and to think and speak for themselves.