El Camino Real Charter High School is a public school located in Woodland Hills. The school serves students in grades 9 through 12.
A prestigious California Distinguished School, this UC approved high school offers over 20 AP courses and is also known for its award-winning Visual and Performing Arts program and Fashion and Design Academy. Its Academic Decathlon team has won eight championships in its history and recently won 55 individual medals.
The school’s modern facilities include a performing arts theater, library, computer labs, a gymnasium, tennis courts and new sports fields. The school’s athletic teams have won numerous championships, including cross country and girls and boys soccer.
The high school offers an extensive list of AP classes that include a wide range of subjects like history, biology, economics, English, chemistry, psychology, sociology, and physics. Additionally, the school offers dual enrollment and honors options.
The school accepts both domestic and international students. Interested international students can apply for admission through IACE (International Exchange Application Center).
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The University of California, UCLA, USC, Cal State Northridge, Cal State Los Angeles, and Santa Barbara are among the prestigious colleges that ECR students have been accepted into. Many have gone on to a variety of other highly ranked schools across the United States and the world.
Students at ECR also participate in a number of different athletics and clubs. This includes the Junior Engineering Technical Society, the Careers in Entertainment Academy and the Academic Decathlon team.
The school has an outstanding tutoring program that helps students with their study skills. Tutoring is provided for free by volunteers who are committed to helping improve the school’s academic performance.
The students at ECR participate in a variety of sports including basketball, baseball, volleyball, tennis, and more. In recent years, the school has won championships in cross country and boys and girls soccer.
The student body at ECR is diverse and consists of students from all backgrounds. Approximately 60% of the student body is comprised of minorities, and 33% are economically disadvantaged.
The school is a member of the Los Angeles Unified School District and has 3,661 students enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year. The school’s average student-to-teacher ratio is 27:1.
The number of teachers at this school has stayed relatively flat over the last five school years.
Currently, the school has 134 teachers on staff.
The school’s student population of 3,661 has stayed relatively flat over the last five years.
This school is ranked in the top 20% of all public high schools in California for overall test scores, math proficiency and reading proficiency for the 2020-21 school year.
More low-income students are graduating eligible for state colleges and universities compared to the state average.
There are more students who receive free or reduced-price lunches at this school than at the state average.
Student-teacher ratios are higher at this school than the state average.