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UPCOMINGEVENTS
  • Monthly School Site Council (SSC) Meeting:
    Friday, March 27th @ 8:45am in FRC
    Reunión Mensual del Concilio Escolar (SSC):
    viernes 27 de marzo @ 8:45am in el Centro de Recursos
     
     
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Happenings this Month:
    March 2015
    Ocurriendo éste mes: 
    marzo 2015
      
    CAHSEE - 11th and 12th Graders
    • English Language Arts: March 17th
    • Math: March 18th
    **This is also the Make Up Session for 10th graders who were absent for the February Administration
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    California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASP) formerly known as Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBAC) Testing
    Students in grades 6-8 and 11 will be participating in required Interim Testing during the following weeks:
    • Grades 6-7: March 16-20
    • Grades 8 and 11: March 23-27 
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    Scholarships to Apply For:

    9th-12th grade students: The $2,000 CaptainU Student-Athlete Scholarship is open to all student-athletes planning to attend a 4 year college. Deadline to apply is March 31st. For more information please visit http://www.captainu.com/scholarshiptag=fastweb_scholarship&campaign=fastweb_scholarship&utm_campaign=fastweb_scholarship

     
    8th, 9th & 10th Graders applying to College Track: If you want to see the College Track space, meet the staff, and learn more about the program, there is an Open House on Friday, March 13th from 4 - 6 PM @College Track Oakland: 117 Broadway in Jack London Square. Remember - applications and recommendations are due March 27th! 
     
     
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  • Please support our school with a donation at http://www.smallschoolsfoundation.org/ccpa.
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  • Thank you, thank you, thank you!! Our Vida Verde 6th grade trip was fully funded!! Thank you to all who contributed to our trip! 

    ~Ms. Sonnenberg 
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  • Social Justice Week of Action: 3/27/15 - 4/3/15

    Parents, staff & community are invited to join us for CCPA’s first annual Social Justice Week of Action! Contact Ms. Bellow for more information or to RSVP - bellow@ccpaedu.com
    • Friday, March 27, 12pm: Kick Off Assembly to celebrate social justice arts & performance!

    Performances from Youth Speaks, and mural presentation from CCPA students!

    • Friday, March 27, 6-9pm: Black and Brown Unity Showcase at MetWest High School.

    CCPA Interns with 67 Suenos have been organizing this night of poetry, performances and film, with special guest former Black Panther Party Chairwoman Elaine Brown. More info here. Contact Ms. Bellow to sign-up.

    • Monday, March 30 8am-1pm: Arts Action Day!

    History classes will rotate through social justice-themed art activities

    • Tuesday, March 31: Cesar Chavez Service Day (no school)

    10am-2pm - volunteer with BuildOn for a service project at CCPA

    3-6pm - March for the Schools Oakland Students Deserve (San Antonio Park to Downtown)

    • Wednesday, April 1, 8am-1pm: Social Justice Exhibitions

    Social Justice pathway students and history students will present on their social justice history projects, and senior projects to other classes.

    • Thursday, April 2, 2-3pm: Workshops by Social Justice pathway students

    Ms. Bellow and Ms. Asha’s social justice pathway students will present workshops with their internship site mentors.

    • Friday, April 3, 8:45am: Poly Day Assembly!

                CCPA and Roots Pacific Islander students will present an assembly on Polynesian history and culture.
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WELCOME
About CCPA 
Coliseum College Prep Academy (CCPA) is a small high school on the Havenscourt campus in East Oakland and the first Oakland school serving grades 6 through 12. The stability of our program allows us to build powerful relationships with students and families to support a positive school culture and high student achievement. At CCPA, all students develop as learners, thinkers, communicators, and citizens. Our school program meets each learner’ s unique needs, value their passions and interests, connect their learning to the real world, and require students to demonstrate what they know and are able to do. Through partnerships with multiple community groups, we provide supports to help all students achieve high standards. Technology is integrated throughout our program to ensure students are ready to compete in our digital world.
 
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Class of 2015: 

Congratulations on submitting your college applications!

Here are the first college acceptances for the CCPA Class of 2015:
  • Alejandra Rivera: CSU East Bay, Chico State University, UC Davis
  • Juliana Rivera: Chico State University, CSU East Bay
  • Carlos Santillán: CSU East Bay
  • Veronica Reyes Niño: CSU East Bay
  • Victoria Reyes Niño: CSU Stanislaus 
  • Maria Lino: CSU East Bay, CSU Stanislaus, Chico State University, Ohio Wesleyan University 
  • Carlos Rangel: Chico State University, CSU East Bay, UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz, UC Santa Barbara, UC Irvine
  • Patricia Razo: CSU East Bay, San Francisco State University, Chico State University
  • Patricia Avila: Chico State University
  • Yuliza Cruz: CSU East Bay, San Francisco State University, Chico State University, University of Great Falls
  • Ericson Amaya: CSU East Bay, San Francisco State University
  • Bryan Perez Wencez: CSU East Bay
  • Leana Hudson: CSU East Bay, San Francisco State University
  • Andrea Arroyo: San Francisco State University, Pacific University (Oregon), University of Great Falls-Montana
  • Jesús Barragán: San Francisco State University, San Jose State University (Engineering), University of Great Falls-Montana
  • Deyri Rabadan: CSU East Bay, San Francisco State University, CSU Stanislaus
  • Daniel Lopez-Ortega: San Francisco State University
  • Luis Robles: CSU East Bay
  • Paul Gonzalez: San Francisco State University