LAPCMS – Summer Office Hours
Date: 6/21/21 – 7/2/21
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 2pm
Date: 7/5 – 7/6
Office will be closed in observance to Independence Day
Date: 7/7 – 7/30 
Monday – Friday
8:30am – 2pm
For any questions, please contact the school at 323-403-0770

Please Read Letter Here (English) – First Day of School – COVID 19 – PROCEDURE

Por favor lea la carta aquí (Espanol)- Primer Dia De Escuela – COVID 19 – Procedimiento

LA Promise Charter Schools COVID-19 Update:

As of Monday, March 16th.  LA Promise Charter Middle and High Schools will close for the next two weeks, or until further notice. This is to protect the health and wellbeing of our community. For more information…

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Due to COVID-19, LA Promise Charter Middle & High Schools will reopen on August 18, 2020 using the Distance Learning model. Please find academic resources, as well as support, below:

Distance Learning at LA Promise Charter Schools

COVID-19 Resources

Debido a COVID-19, LA Promise Charter Middle & High Schools reabrirán el 18 de agosto utilizando el modelo de aprendizaje a distancia. Encuentre recursos académicos, así como apoyo, a continuación.

Aprendizaje a distancia en las escuelas Charter de LA Promise

Recursos COVID-19


Pick up Grab and Go breakfast and lunch - Tuesdays between 8:30am and 1pm 

NEW LOCATION: 1755 West 52nd Street @ Western Ave.

FOOD PANTRY  -  NEW LOCATION:  1755 West 52nd Street @ Western Ave.

LA Promise Charter High School hosts a walk up and drive thru - food pantry, open to the community, on Fridays from 3 to 5pm. NEW LOCATION:  1755 West 52nd Street @ Western Ave.


As of March 16, 2020 LA Promise Charter Middle and High Schools have physically closed as a result of COVID-19.  The State of California has established a website to help Californians working in essential sectors during the coronavirus response to find safe, reliable, and accessible child care options. Visit

The following is a list of additional childcare programs:


COVID-19 is still circulating throughout California and the best way to slow the spread is to wear a mask whenever you leave the house. That's why the state is calling on all Californians to wear a mask or face covering when in public and unable to maintain a distance of at least six feet from others.

The California Department of Public Health has published the video below to educate the public on how to correctly wear a mask and protect those around you from COVID-19.

Help us spread the word by sharing the video with your networks and communities on social media.

California Coronavirus COVID-19 Resources Toolkit at

  • Includes resources in English and Español