“This is great news for our students and staff,” said Laura Brown, principal for Compton Alternative Schools. “It means that each of our students knows that all classes they take are certified when they graduate from Marshall.”
There are 35 students in this year’s program, which has been housed on the Cesar Chavez High School Main Campus on North Wilmington.
“This is a very positive development for our school district,” said Satra Zurita, Compton School Board President. “Young people learn in different ways and the program at Marshall ensures that all of our students have the opportunity be college and career ready when they graduate.”