Linked Learning is an approach to education that transforms the traditional high school experience by bringing together strong academics, a demanding technical education and real-world experience to help students gain an advantage in high school, post-secondary education, and careers. We are a Silver Certified Linked Learning Pathway and will be looking to achieve Gold certification in the near future. The four core components of Linked Learning are:
Rigorous Academics The academic component of Linked Learning includes college preparatory English language arts, mathematics, science, history, and foreign language courses.
Real-World Technical Skills A challenging technical component of three or more courses that help students gain the knowledge and skills that can give them a head start on a successful career.
Work-Based Learning A series of work-based learning opportunities that begin with mentoring and job shadowing and evolve into on site internships, school-based enterprises, and/or virtual apprenticeships.
Personalized Support Support services including counseling and supplemental instruction in reading, writing, and mathematics that help students master the academic and technical learning.
We are proud to be a California LAW, Inc. California State Bar recognized high school program that feeds into East Los Angeles College, and its Law School Pathway Program. A truly unique partnership that will provide Roosevelt Law & Public Service Magnet students a head start to the State Bar of California's plan to increase diversity in California's Law Schools.
Together with East Los Angeles College's Law School Pathway Program we have designed a unique opportunity to allow a cohort of Roosevelt Law & Public Service Pathway to satisfy several of ELAC's Pathway to Law Schools' courses through our Early College Program. As a "feeder high school" we are proud to be able to offer our students the Early College Program in which they will take CSU & UC transferable ELAC courses while still enrolled as high school students.
Our program is officially listed as a participating High School Law Pathway/Academy by California Law, Inc. the non-profit organization seeking to help diversify the Law profession in California and beyond.