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Ms. C
Ms. C
SAS
SAS
School for Advanced Studies

Academic Counselor

Johnnie L. Cochran Jr., Middle School is a School for Advanced Studies. Please contact Sarah Carrillo-Sarr, SAS Coordinator, with any questions regarding our SAS.  

Johnnie L. Cochran Jr., Middle School es una escuela de estudios avanzados. Comuníquese con Sarah Carrillo-Sarr, Coordinadora de SAS, si tiene alguna pregunta sobre nuestra SAS.

Sarah Carrillo-Sarr
sarah.carrillo-sarr@lausd.net

(213) 761-8140

 

 

Hello!  My name is Sarah Cariillo-Sarr (Ms. C). I have been one of Cochran's Academic Counselors since Fall 2015. My role as Academic Counselor has been truly rewarding and I'm happy to be working with students, parents, teachers and support staff for the success of our students. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you need any assistance. 

¡Hola! Mi nombre es Sarah Cariillo-Sarr (Sra. C). He sido uno de los Consejeros académicos de Cochran desde el otoño de 2015. Mi papel como Consejero académico ha sido realmente gratificante y estoy feliz de trabajar con estudiantes, padres, maestros y personal de apoyo para el éxito de nuestros estudiantes. No dude en ponerse en contacto conmigo si necesita ayuda.
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Contact Ms.C

09/03/20

Ms. Carrillo-Sarr can be reached at: 

(213)761-8140

sarah.carrillo-sarr@lausd.net

or through Schoology


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A - G REQUIREMENTS

Graduation Requirements

  • To ensure all LAUSD graduates have the option to enroll directly into a university and be prepared for a career, the District has implemented a College and Career Readiness through A-G initiative. LAUSD has aligned its graduation requirements with the California State University (CSU) A-G requirements, beginning with the graduating class of 2016. Students must earn a grade of "D" or better in "A-G" courses, and meet California Department of Education Requirements as well as satisfying additional LAUSD requirements for graduation. We are making the high school diploma a document that gives students the choice to transition straight into a college or into a career.

  • Subject Requirements   
    A. History/Social Science

    1 year World History

    1 year U.S. History 

     
    B. English  4 years   
    C. Math 3 years   
    D. Laboratory Science 2 years   
    E. Language Other Than English  2 years   
    F. Visual & Performing Arts 1 year   
    G. College Preparatory Elective 1 year   
         
    Additional Requirements    
    Principles of American Democracy 1 semester   
    Economics 1 semester   
    Physical Education 2 years   
    Health 1 semester   
    Total Numerical Credits 210    
         
    Non-Course Requirements    
    Service Learning    
    Career Pathway    

     

    Students in the graduating classes of 2017 - 2021 must pass all courses with a grade of "D" or better.

     

    Semester courses earn 5 credits. Yearlong courses earn 10 credits. Exams do not earn any credits. 

     

The famous "Elephant Mural" at Cochran Middle School
The famous