Why Choose Bernstein

College Preparatory Instruction

Our core curricular program is designed to ensure that each student meets the mandated A-G requirements for graduation. Our highly skilled veteran teaching staff is trained on differentiating instruction to accommodate a variety of learning modalities. Our teachers receive ongoing professional development on Common Core State Standards based teaching strategies ensuring instruction is rigorous, fun, and engaging.

Curriculum Standards (A-G)

• English: 4 years (taken every semester)

• History: 3 years

• Mathematics: 3 years (4th year recommended)

• Global Language: 2 years minimum

• Science: 2 years of lab science

• Arts: 1 year (see those departments for details)

• Physical Education: 2 years

Expert College and Career Advisement

Our College and Career Center is staffed with a knowledgeable and compassionate College Counselor and College Ambassador. These staff members work tirelessly to ensure that each and every student is well informed about their post-high school options related to four year universities, colleges, junior colleges and careers. The College Center Staff is responsible for assisting in the facilitation of all aspects of the college search and admissions process, including the following:

• Educating students and parents about colleges and universities

• College admissions processes – Admissions trends

• Financial Aid procedures

• SAT & ACT testing

Our staff meets with juniors and seniors individually as well as in groups to inform them about the guidelines, options, opportunities and deadlines associated with the college application process.

Advanced Digital Media Academy

Equipped with the newest state of the art television studio, Bernstein students create professional quality productions and are educated in many aspects of the movie & television industry. Our Digital Media department offers a wide variety of career technical education courses that cover:

• Graphic Design

• Photography

• Web Design

• Video Editing & Production

• Advertising – Digital Marketing

• Digital Drawing & Imaging

Championship Sports and Athletic Programs

• Boys Basketball CIF Champions 2014-15

• Football 2012, 2013 and 2014 League Champions

• Track & Field 2011 and 2012 League Champions

• Girls Soccer 2015 League Champions

• Wrestling 2014 League Champions

• Cross Country 2013 and 2014 League Champions (Girls)

• Girls Volleyball 2012 League runner up

• Girls Basketball

• Boys Volleyball

• Boys Soccer

• Softball

• Swimming

• Coed Cheer / Drill team

Dragon News


Class of 2018 Graduation

The seniors who went through 4 years of discovering themselves and planning a path for their future has finally received what they deserved on their special night. The Class of 2018 will now live onto better things and the real world. Congratulations Class of 2K18.

Gradnite at Disneyland

Here the class of 2018 celeberate a wonderful time at Disneyland for Gradnite. They went there for their last trips as seniors, as a way of having fun for finally going through four years of hard work and dedication in high school.

Events for Week of October 1st - October 5th

Girls Volleyball Vs. Northridge Academy

Thursday 9/06/18

ELAC Information Meeting

Wednesday 9/05/18 In the Parent Center

Complex Principal’s Meeting

Thursday 9/06/18 10:00am in the Principal’s Conference Room…

Girls Volleyball Vs. RFK

This Friday Jv at 2:30pm & Varsity at 4:00pm

Football Vs. Hawthorne Academy

Friday 9/7/18 NO JV Game…. Varsity Game at 7pm

Professional Development

The topic of our professional learning is “2018 -2019 Master Plan for ELs and SELs and Its Implications to Instruction”,  facilitated by our wonderful Mrs. Martinez-Favela. We will meet as whole group in the library at 1:50 pm. Please remember to bring your laptops.

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