HISTORY OF OUR SCHOOL
Albert Einstein Academy for Letters, Arts and Sciences (AEALAS) is a non-profit, co-educational, open enrollment, public school group serving grades K-12. The first campus opened in 2010 and has since become an internationally acclaimed network of schools serving thousands of students and their families.
During the first two years of operation the school has earned full accreditation from the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), gained admission into the highest tiers of interscholastic sports federations.
Offering a comprehensive curriculum, AEALAS requires all students to complete a rigorous college preparatory program. AEALAS graduation requirements meet or exceed college requirements in all subject areas. Each yearlong course at AEALAS provides 10.0 units of credit, 5.0 units issued for each semester passed. The maximum course load a student may take is 70 units per year. Class periods are 50 minutes in length, with a abbreviated block schedule, and all students are also enrolled in thirty-minute Advisory periods each day. There are a growing number of Advanced Placement and Honors courses offered (see list on next page). The AP program is open to all students who would like to participate. There are ample opportunities for students to participate in the performing and fine arts. Likewise, there are more than 15 interscholastic athletic teams from which students may chose. International student travel is available and has included trips to Australia, Israel, Western Europe, China, and North Africa.