Alliance Broadway Campus

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Alliance College-Ready Public Schools (Alliance) opened its first high school in 2004 with a defined goal: to prepare under-served students in the Los Angeles area for success in college and future careers. Since launching its first school, Alliance has opened 20 schools serving 8,500 students, 95% of which come from low income families. LIIF provided a $5.7 million allocation of New Markets Tax Credits and an additional $2.2 million bond purchase to support Alliance’s acquisition and construction of a permanent school facility in Los Angeles. Located in the Lincoln Heights neighborhood, the new 50,000-square-foot campus expanded the existing middle school and allowed Alliance to open a new high school. The facility currently serves over 400 students and will accommodate over 1,000 students in grades 6-12 at full capacity. The new high school will use Alliance’s pioneering BLAST model (Blended Learning for Alliance School Transformation), a teaching model that incorporates traditional classroom time with online learning to enhance the educational experience for each student. The investment in the new Alliance campus has created and preserved a total of 75 permanent jobs and employed 70 construction workers.

Project Details

1,050 students served
50,000 square feet of new school space
75 permanent jobs created
Built to meet the Los Angeles County Cal Green Code
$5.7 million New Markets Tax Credit allocation
$2.2 million purchase of Qualified School Construction Bonds (QSCBs)
  • Genesis LA
  • Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group
  • Local Initiatives Support Coalition

More Information
Watch the Create Jobs for USA Alliance Success Story
Community Capital for Education
New Markets Tax Credits