Results & Data
Our Model in Numbers
CWC LA schools rank in the top 14% of all LAUSD schools in English and in the top 13% in math.
In English, CWC LA schools perform 47% higher than LAUSD and 26% higher than the state of California.
In math, CWC LA schools perform 68% higher than LAUSD and 39% higher than the state of California.
Proud to say that…
of students participate in Social Emotional Learning
of middle schoolers receive individualized high school counseling
of students are exposed to diverse and inclusive curriculum
of students receive arts instruction weekly
of students have a pathway to stay at CWC through middle school
CWC LA students have been accepted into more than 100 high schools across Los Angeles. Click here for the list!
CWC Hollywood in Numbers
CWC Hollywood is a racially and socioeconomically diverse school that strives to be representative of our surrounding communities.
- 62% of students identify as Black, Asian or Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latinx, Native or Indigeneous 62% 62%
- 45% of families qualify for free or reduced price lunch 45% 45%
Our staff have on average 7 years of experience.
100% of staff participate in weekly professional development
Many staff and school leaders have been at CWC for several years
As a way to measure family involvement and satisfaction, our school conducts annual caregiver and staff satisfaction surveys. These surveys serve as critical indicators of how well the school is serving the needs of all families. We constantly work to achieve high response rates from families. Some examples below:
Across CWC LA
- 97% of families stated that CWC provided a safe and healthy environment during COVID.
- 87% of families believe their school strongly values the diversity and background of all children and families.
- 94% of staff report that their work is quite meaningful or extremely meaningful to them.
- 89% of staff have strong or quite strong feelings of belonging.
- 87% of families report that their child is learning quite well or extremely well to work with others who are different from he/she/them.
- More than 80% of families at CWC Hollywood strongly believe we are realizing the CWC mission and values.
- More than 80% of families strongly believe that their child feels like he/she/they belong(s) at CWC Hollywood.
We could not have found a better school for our children. The admin, staff, teachers, parents and other students make this an incredibly special place for children. This school develops strong character in its students, like integrity, compassion and respect: This is what they do. They strive to make sure each child's EQ is as important as their IQ. Social Emotional learning is the key to their success.
Parent/Guardian Feedback, 2020
CWC is an asset to our community. As a mother of two and woman of color it was important to me that my children learn in an environment that was diverse both socially and socio-economically. When we first enrolled I was skeptical, as they touted inclusion and diversity with the focus of their teaching being on social and emotional learning. As the years have progressed I am happy and grateful to say that equal emphasis is placed on EQ and IQ. CWC is nurturing and family oriented and I cannot recommend CWC enough.
Parent/Guardian Feedback, 2019
Recognition for CWC LA
As part of this partnership with Citizens of the World Charter Schools, we have access to top education experts who help create the foundation for our educational model and provide access to innovative professional development opportunities for our instructional staff. CWCS gained national recognition for the educational model we employ here in LA.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative:
Case Study: Citizens of the World Charter Schools
The Century Foundation:
National Alliance for Public Charter Schools:
Our Social Emotional Learning (SEL) curriculum is part of our learning model and intersects in all that we do. Click the articles below to read about one aspect of SEL in action at our schools: mindfulness.
- LA School Report: Teacher Spotlight
- CBS Local (Video): The Importance of Bringing Mindfulness to the Classroom