City High Students Recognized as Finalists for National NPR and NYTimes Podcast Awards

This week, four City High School students were named as finalists in The New York Times Student Podcast Contest. The students, listed below, created their podcasts in Sarah Bromer’s Radio Production class, where students learn how to write, record, edit, and produce their own radio stories. The class publishes a monthly podcast called “City High Radio.” Stay posted—The New […]

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CITY Center Announces New School Leadership

It is with excitement that we announce the new administrative team for the three CITY Center for Collaborative Learning schools. Our new leaders are an extraordinary group of educators who are committed to the mission and vision of our schools and our organization and will also use their experience and wisdom to push our thinking […]

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Protests, Activism, Justice, and Equity- Director’s Words

The murder of George Floyd last week by a Minneapolis police officer is not just the result of one single police officer, it is the result of the ongoing, deep-seated racism in our country. The images swirling on our tv’s and through our social media feeds this past week show a devastatingly aggressive militarized police […]

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City High School Radio Student’s Audio Diaries

During our school’s closure, City High Radio students have been recording audio diaries about their lives in quarantine. Many of the diaries have aired on KXCI’s 30 Minutes show. To hear all the latest stories from City High Radio, subscribe to our podcast, or follow the diaries here, on Soundcloud:https://soundcloud.com/user-564923358.  

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2019-2020 VOICES Survey! Complete & be entered to win a $25 Trader Joe’s gift card!

VOICES End of Year Surveys! If you haven’t already, please take a few minutes to complete these brief surveys giving us your valuable feedback about our extended-day programming. There is one survey for students HERE and one survey for parents/guardians HERE. Completed surveys are entered to win a $25 Trader Joe’s gift card! One entry […]

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21st Century Community Learning Center Grant

City High School is once again applying for the 21st Century Community Learning Center grant! This federal funding has supported our VOICES extended day programming for the last ten years, bringing free academic & enrichment classes to our students, regular family engagement & information nights, support for our overnight field trips, and creates community partnerships […]

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Scholastic Book Fair is OPEN April 26-May 9

Our online Scholastic Book Fair is now OPEN!  25% of all sales come back to the CityCCL schools so we can buy new books. Free shipping directly to your house on orders over $25. Support our schools and get some fresh, new reading materials! Shop online April 26-May 9, 2020.

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Check Out These Books!

JoAnn has curated an awesome selection of books from our schools’ library that you can check out! In order to check out a book (or two) to read, please follow these steps: 1) Peruse THIS LIST of excellent books and choose one or two that you would like to read. Write down the WHOLE NAME OF THE BOOK (you’ll […]

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Online Scholastic Book Fair Starts April 27!

Before the coronavirus pandemic, we had been planning on having a Scholastic Book Fair for CityCCL schools at the beginning of May. Even though we can’t browse books in person, Scholastic has set up an online book fair for us! Starting April 27, you can shop for books online through our special site, and 25% […]

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Chad Blair

Letter from the Executive Director on School Closures

Hello Wonderful Students, Families, and Community Partners- Queridas familias, Deseamos que nuestras familias que hablan Español (Hispano hablantes) estén bien de salud y de ánimo durante este tiempo tan difícil. Si necesitan instrucciones en Español ó cualquier otro tipo de apoyo, por favor comuníquense con: Karen (kareny@cityccl.org). ó con Arnulfo (jesusvr@cityccl.org) . Yesterday the governor and […]

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