University of Southern California

Communities

Working with our neighbors to build a strong community

USC Educational Partnership School List 2019-2020

USC Family of Schools

  • 32nd Street/USC Visual and Performing Arts Magnet
  • Dr. Theodore T. Alexander Jr. Science Center School
  • James A. Foshay Learning Center
  • John W. Mack Elementary School
  • Lenicia B. Weemes Elementary School
  • Manual Arts High School
  • Norwood Street Elementary School
  • St. Agnes Parish School
  • St. Vincent School
  • Vermont Avenue Elementary School

Health Science Campus (HSC)

  • Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School
  • Griffin Avenue Elementary School
  • Murchison Street Elementary School
  • El Sereno Middle School
  • Sheridan Street Elementary School

USC McMorrow NAI Community Partner Schools

USC McMorrow NAI Community Partner Schools are located in the communities surrounding USC University Park Campus (UPC) and Health Sciences Campus (HSC).  We present USC McMorrow NAI informational workshops and recruit for the program.  Throughout the year, we nurture the relationships with the schools and explore collaborative efforts for pathways to college endeavors.

  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Ann Street Elementary School
  • Aragon Avenue Elementary School
  • Castelar Elementary School
  • Cesar Chavez Elementary School
  • City Terrace Elementary School
  • Farmdale Elementary School
  • Florence Nightingale Middle School
  • Gates Street Elementary School
  • Hillside Elementary School
  • Huntington Drive Elementary School
  • Latona Avenue Elementary School
  • Loreto Street Elementary School
  • Multnomah Elementary School
  • Sierra Park Elementary School
  • Woodrow Wilson High School

Science Equipment Loan Program Partner Schools

The equipment loan program is an opportunity for the USC Family of Schools to collaborate with teachers to bring high-caliber science equipment to their classrooms.  This initiative is spearheaded by USC’s Associate Senior Vice President of Educational Partnerships, Kim Thomas-Barrios.  This program is designed so that teachers not only have access to amazing equipment, but also curriculum that complements what your students are learning about in class.  This program was made possible by The Ahmanson Foundation, who funded our equipment, and the Toyota USA foundation, who funded the development of our curriculum.

Health Sciences Campus

USC Family of Schools

  • El Sereno Middle School
  • Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School
  • Griffin Avenue Elementary School
  • Murchison Street Elementary School

USC McMorrow NAI Partner School

  • Abraham Lincoln High School
  • Theodore Roosevelt High School

Other

  • Salesian High School