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CATS At A Glance

  • Opened in 2011
  • 500 Students
  • 10 Honor Courses
  • 7 AP Courses
  • 98% Graduation Rate
  • Top 100 Ranked LAUSD High School
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About Us

The Communication and Technology School within the Diego Rivera Learning complex, opened September 7, 2011. A result of overcrowding, and a desire to improve the educational needs of students in underserved communities, Diego Rivera is the first comprehensive secondary high school built in the South Central area in 44 years. The school relieved overcrowding for Fremont High School, which at one time enrolled 4,000 to 5,000 students on a year-round schedule. The data indicates that students matriculating to Diego Rivera during its first years of operation have experienced a high dropout rate and low academic achievement. Successful students have enrolled in competing charter schools or LAUSD magnets school of choice. This initial influx of high numbers of low performing students has slowed due to effective recruitment of students through the districts new Zone of Choice enrollment process. The Zone of Choice gives families the opportunities to choose from a variety of High Schools in their region. The Freemont zone of choice include, the Diego Rivera schools, Freemont High School, and Dymally.
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Our Mission

The mission of the Communication and Technology School is to prepare our students with strong foundations in reading, writing, mathematics, critical thinking, and problem solving skills through the use of adaptive digital and media literacy.

Our Partners - We Are Better Together

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