DRAGON LIFE!

DRAGON PRIDE!

DRAGON TEAM!

Course Sequence

9th Grade (Core)

English 9 or (H) English 9

Biology or (H) Biology

World History or (AP) World History

Algebra 1 or (H) Algebra 1

Algebra 2 or (H) Algebra 2

Geometry or (H) Geometry

Advanced PE 9

 

 

9th Grade (Electives)

Chinese (Mandarin) 1 A/B

(AP) Computer Science Principles

Video Production 1 & 2

Intro to Graphic Design

Instruments, Guitar or Keyboard

10th Grade (Core)

English 10 or (H) English 10

Chemistry or (H) Chemistry

AP Biology or (AP) Chemistry

Geometry or (H) Geometry

Algebra 2 or (H) Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus

World History

Advanced PE 10

 

10th Grade (Electives)

Chinese (Mandarin) 2 A/B

Generative Arts

Video Production 3 & 4

Screenwriting

Advanced Band, Guitar or Keyboard

11th Grade (Core)

American Literature or (AP) English Language

Physiology or (AP) Biology or (AP) Chemistry

Algebra 2 or (H) Algebra 2

Pre-Calculus or Calculus A

U.S. History or (AP) U.S. History

 

 

 

 

11th Grade (Electives)

Chinese (Mandarin) 3A/B

Computer Programing/Game Design 2 A/B

Video Production Theory

Graphic Design

Screenwriting

Generative Arts

Advanced Band, Guitar or Keyboard

12th Grade (Core)

Expository Composition, (AP) English Literature

Physics

Pre-Calculus or (AP) Calculus or Calculus B

Government or (AP) Government

Economics

 

 

 

12th grade (Electives)

AP Spanish Language

(AP) Chinese (Mandarin) 4 A/B

Computer Programing/Game Design 3 A/B

Tech Script Writing & Analysis

Feat. Film A/B

Graphic Design Advertising Design

Advanced Band, Guitar or Keyboard

Screenwriting

Frequently Asked Question (FAQ’s)

FAQ's

Magnet Programs are Court-Ordered voluntary integration opportunities available to students in grades K-12 living within the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). Currently there are 225 Magnet programs located throughout LAUSD.

All students living within the boundaries of the Los Angeles Unified School District are eligible to apply, including English Learners, Special Education, and Gifted/Talented students.

The Magnet Program is a Court-Ordered voluntary integration program open to all LAUSD students. Forty-seven (47) of the 225 Magnet programs available are Gifted/High-Ability or Highly Gifted programs. In order to apply to one of these 47 programs, students must first meet the eligibility criteria.

You may complete the application on-line at eChoices.lausd.http://echoices.lausd.net/net or the Choices Brochure contains the application for the Magnet schools and is available the beginning of October.

Students may apply for up to three Magnet programs. If the applicant is selected to their first choice, choice two and three are not considered. If the applicant is selected into any program of their choice, the student will not be placed on any waiting list. If there is no space available in any of their choices, the student will be placed on the waiting list for their first choice only.

Students may apply for up to three Magnet programs. If the applicant is selected to their first choice, choice two and three are not considered. If the applicant is selected into any program of their choice, the student will not be placed on any waiting list. If there is no space available in any of their choices, the student will be placed on the waiting list for their first choice only.

Students may apply for up to three Magnet programs. If the applicant is selected to their first choice, choice two and three are not considered. If the applicant is selected into any program of their choice, the student will not be placed on any waiting list. If there is no space available in any of their choices, the student will be placed on the waiting list for their first choice only.

For more information regarding the Cinematic Arts & Creative Technologies (CACT) Magnet Center at Helen Bernstein High School contact:

Ms. Pamela Amaya

Magnet Coordinator

PAMELA.AMAYA@LAUSD.NET

Ms. Jarin Islam

Magnet Office Tech

JARIN.ISLAM@LAUSD.NET