linked learning site visits

Join the Linked Learning Alliance for an optional site visit to kick off the 2024 Linked Learning Conference. Site visit participants will visit classrooms and hear directly from students, teachers, principals, and industry partners with ample time for Q&A.

Both site visits take place on Monday, April 8 from noon to 5 p.m.

Site visit locations

STEM Academy of Hollywood at the Bernstein campus
This innovative high school offers Linked Learning Gold Certified pathways in biomedical science and engineering. Educators work closely with industry partners to offer real-world projects for students from grades 9 to 12. Students participate in internships and mentorships with several major partners including Kaiser Permanente, Friends of the Hollywood Central Park, and Ace Mentor Program. As students advance through the school, they receive community-centered performance assessments that are reviewed and revised each semester and culminate in a 12th-grade portfolio and defense.

Los Angeles High School of the Arts at Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools
Los Angeles Unified School District has been engaged in Linked Learning for nearly 15 years, and its Los Angeles High School of the Arts (LAHSA) is among the district's first Linked Learning Gold Certified pathways. The school offers a rigorous, innovative theatre arts program where students enjoy an interdisciplinary approach to their studies: they understand the math that goes into their stage movement, the history that explains the tech they work with, and the art reflected in their writing. With an in-depth focus on nurturing relationships, LAHSA staff provides one-on-one mentorship to students to help them define and achieve goals. Through the school's work-based learning program, students complete internships in the areas of performing arts, law, medicine, education, and more.

Space is limited, so register today!