The Jane B. Eisner Campus serves the children and families in the West Adams/Harvard Heights neighborhood. Our K-8 scholars benefit from a rigorous academic program and an inclusive community where each individual is valued as a learner. We offer an exceptional dual language Spanish-English program designed to support scholars in becoming bilingual and bi-literate. We are committed to building on the cultural capital and social experiences that each scholar brings to school. Donate to our team to support more students on the road to college
Join our movement to make college graduation possible for all students and register today for La Caminata: My Walk to College.
For over 15 years, Camino Nuevo Charter Academy schools have been ladders out of poverty for thousands of families in some of the most underserved neighborhoods in Los Angeles. Our eight schools give students a free, high-quality education from preschool through high school, equipping them with the skills and habits to succeed in college and in life.
Now more than ever we must show solidarity as a community and be a voice for our students, many of whom are the children of immigrants and the first in their families to go to college. With your support, we can help these students get to and through college. Our goal is to raise $30,000 in support of college access and alumni support programs at all eight of our campuses.
Help us reach our goal by registering for La Caminata, a 2-mile walk at MacArthur Park led by Camino Nuevo teachers, students, and families. You can also sponsor a team or donate to our cause.
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The average share raises $97.
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