West Adams High, A Model For The Future? Unlike teens that are dreading the return to high school, many seniors at L.A.'s West Adams Preparatory are looking forward to returning to school. The brand new institution — focused on helping students realize their dreams — hopes to buck trends at other L.A. public schools.
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West Adams High, A Model For The Future?

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West Adams High, A Model For The Future?

West Adams High, A Model For The Future?

West Adams High, A Model For The Future?

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Many seniors at L.A.'s West Adams Preparatory High School are actually looking forward to returning to school. The brand new institution is based on a mission to help students realize their dreams in a multicultural world. This is far from common in Southern California.