Linked Learning Alliance

Anne Stanton, the CEO of the Linked Learning Alliance, speaks at a ceremony at Antelope Valley Fairgrounds on Tuesday. With administrators and local leaders in attendance, the Alliance recognized AVUHSD for achieving gold certification, the highest standard for college and career preparation.

LANCASTER — Seven months after Eastside High School’s Biomedical Science Academy and Lancaster High School’s Multimedia and Engineering Academy achieved gold certification from the Linked Learning Alliance, the schools received formal congratulations from Antelope Valley Union High School District administrators, Linked Learning Alliance officials, Assemblyman Tom Lackey and industry partners.

Gold certification is the highest standard for college and career preparation. Linked Learning combines rigorous academics, career and technical education, work-based learning and student supports in career-themed pathways.

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