Monthly Archives: April 2017

Boston Latin School, Boston, MA – April 13, 2017

by George J Elbaum Boston Latin School (BLS) is a public “magnet”/”exam” school founded in 1635.  It’s the oldest school in the United States and it has an economically and culturally diverse enrollment of 2350 students in grades 7 to … Continue reading

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City Arts and Technology High School, San Francisco, CA – April 6, 2017

by George J Elbaum City Arts and Technology High School (CAT) is a small (400 students) college preparatory public high school.  It has a highly diverse student body: 60% Hispanic, 20% Black, 5% Filipino, 5% White, and 10% all other … Continue reading

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American High School, Fremont, CA – April 5, 2017

by George J Elbaum This was my 3rd visit to American High School (AHS), which has an enrollment of 2200 students and, in addition to the usual common core academic program, it has a Sophomore Global Studies program run by … Continue reading