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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Overview

The Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District firmly believes in the importance of seeking stakeholder input prior to writing the plan.  Annually in March and April, district staff meet with parents, educators and community groups to engage stakeholders in important conversations. After input  is gathered,  the initial draft of the plan is shared with the Board of Education and additional revisions are made.  The plan is due to the State by June each year.


Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the Local Control Accountability Plan. To learn more, please visit the Districts website at www.pylusd.org.


A draft of the LCAP for 2017-20 is included below as an attachment.   


To provide feedback via a short survey, please click on the following link: https://goo.gl/uYF87K


LCAP Annual Update: https://goo.gl/I34Ypu

LCAP Annual Update Spanish: https://goo.gl/mJRY9g

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Grades: 9-12

School Mascot: Raptors

School Colors: Royal Blue and Black


El Camino Real High School is a fully accredited high school offering alternative settings and strategies to allow students to earn a high school diploma. The California State Department of Education has named El Camino High School as a "Model Continuation High School."


El Camino Real High School is located in the city of Placentia. El Camino is a continuation high school serving approximately 240 students in grades 9-12. El Camino receives students from the four comprehensive high schools who have fallen significantly behind on their credits. The two most common causes are poor attendance and failure to do homework. Students transfer to E.C.R.H.S. at all times of the year. The school focuses on state standards in all of the core subjects without the extras or frills commonly available in a more traditional high school. Lock-step semesters with large classes are replaced by competency-based instruction in small classes with daily monitoring of progress. Students who make significant progress may return to their home school, although most elect to graduate from El Camino Real.

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