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West Adams Preparatory High School - About the Process 
Self-Study is a continuous and vital review process that includes all stakeholders, all perspectives, and all the best that we as a community of educators can develop towards ensuring that West Adams is an effective, well-functioning school. At each iterative step of the process, data & contributions are carefully collected, edited for clarity, and then incorporated into the WASC and SPSA (School Plan for Student Achievement) documents. WASC & the SPSA processes occur throughout each year to ensure that both near and long term goals are attended in ways that directly improve the quality of our students' experiences. 

These two sets of Needs & Objectives form the core of our school's holistic program.
Editor, SPSA & WASC: Kevin Chow

Schoolwide Learner Outcomes:
Student Spotlight: Raymond Clark inspecting Chemistry Posters at Science Night

"Students presented their work on their own, without teacher prompting or reading off of scripts. I was impressed by how articulate the students were, and how willing they were to share what they had learned."
Teacher Spotlight: 
Jae Park at Math Night

 "The project was designing and modeling toys for a company like Minecraft.  Students had to design and build a model and calculate the volume and surface area of the toys to help calculate production costs.  The students used spreadsheets and formulas to calculate the volumes and surface areas." - Mr. Park