ASCEND is an arts-integrated K-8 school that emphasizes family and community partnerships.

The mission of ASCEND is to close the achievement gap in Oakland.  To make a positive difference in the lives of young people, we offer engaging and rigorous instruction and build strong relationships between parents, teachers/staff, students and community.  At ASCEND we are dedicated to developing leaders and mentors who create a more compassionate, equitable and just society.

In 2015, Ascend won a NGLC grant to begin personalized learning! For more information on journey, please read here & here.

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions in English and Spanish for more details!

Address: 3709 East 12th Street, Oakland, CA 94601

Phone: 510-879-3140

Principal: Morgan Alconcher

Assistant Principal: Jeffrey Embleton

Office Manager: Romeo Rivera, rrivera@efcps.net

The following documents are required to be publicly available.

ASCEND Local Control Accountability Plan 2015-16

Student Accountability Report Card 2014-2015 – ASCEND (English)

ASCEND LEA Plan 12-17

ASCEND 2015 LEA Title III Plan

ASCEND LEA Plan Goal 2 Update

 

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