MSCP believes that parents play a critical role in the education of their student.  We value parent input and welcome parents on our campus at anytime.  We offer a variety of opportunities for parents to engage in their child’s education.  For more information on how to get involved, contact our parent coordinator at (323) 821-1393.

Our Wellness Committee is meeting to discuss the Triennial Assessment on June 3, 2021. View Agenda and attendance information here.

Learn about our response to COVID-19 and resources available


Routes to School

Please help us respect our neighbors by using only major streets on your way to school.

From the east, travel west on Washington or Jefferson Blvds to Crenshaw Blvd.
From the north, travel south on Crenshaw Blvd and turn left onto Adams Blvd.
From the south, travel north on Crenshaw Blvd and turn right onto Adams Blvd.
From the west, travel east on Adams Blvd and turn right into the school.

Student Drop Off and Pick Up Procedures:

  • Cars must enter through the gate that is labeled “entrance” and exit through the gate that is labeled “exit”.
  • Cars can only make a right hand turn into the entrance gate (no left hand turns into the school from Adams).
  • No drop off or pick up on Adams Blvd. or neighboring streets.
  • No parking on Adams Blvd. or neighboring streets.
  • Students may not drive themselves to school.
  • Please drop off students in front of the school building and proceed to the exit.
  • Pedestrians may only walk in through the pedestrian entrance on the right .
  • Please carpool!

Entrega/Recoge de los Estudiantes

  • Coches solo pueden entrar por la puerta marcada como “entrance” y salir por la puerta marcada “exit”.
  • Coches solo pueden dar a la derecha en a la puerta (sin vuelta a mano izquierda desde la calle Adams Blvd.).
  • Se prohíbe dejar y recoger en Adams Blvd. y las calles vecinas.
  • Se prohíbe estacionar sobre Adams Blvd. y las calles vecinas.
  • Los estudiantes no se les permite conducir ellos mismos.
  • Por favor deje a los estudiantes en frente del edificio y continúe a la salida.
  • Peatones solo pueden entrar por la entrada peatonal a la derecha.
  • Se recomienda compartir viajes con otros estudiantes.

Dear Parent and/or Guardian:

We are very pleased to have our own location this year and are looking forward to the continued expansion of our school.  We hope to become an established part of the community.  To help ensure compliance with all traffic rules and regulations, the Los Angeles City Planning Department requires that we collect vehicle information from all families and staff members.  If you have any questions, please contact our Parent Liaison at the school at (323) 821-1393.

Thank you,

Bernice Avanceña
Math and Science College Preparatory

Bullying and Harassment

STEM Prep Schools takes a proactive stance when addressing bullying and cyberbullying issues. We believe that every student has the right to attend school without fear of threat or intimidation by other students. All discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying on the basis of a student’s actual or perceived disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, Religion, Sexual Orientation, race, nationality, ethnicity, or immigration status, or association with a person or group with one or more of the aforementioned characteristics, is strictly prohibited. Students who experience threats, harassment/bullying by a student or students or an adult in school or on the way to or from school, are expected to report these incidents to a school guidance counselor and/or school administrator. Students who witness or have knowledge of another student’s mistreatment are asked to report this to a guidance counselor and/or school administrator. Students may report the incident verbally or in writing. Retaliation against a person who reports bullying and/or cyber-bullying, provides information during an investigation of bullying and/or cyberbullying or witnesses or has reliable information about bullying and/or cyberbullying is prohibited.


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