We honor the histories, cultures and contributions of Americans whose ancestors come from Latin America, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central America.
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Alejandro attended RCLA and is now a freshman at UC Berkeley. He shares his experience with our public charter high school and offers advice to any incoming student: “Take your academics seriously.”
RCLA offers students a positive learning experience in a welcoming, attractive setting.
Luis Valdez Leadership Academy (LVLA) is a culturally sustaining, college-preparatory academy with a focus on college readiness, community driven programming, and the arts! ¡Vamos Leones!
Our three charter schools operating under The Foundation for Hispanic Education (TFHE) offer Summer Bridge programs to incoming freshmen as a way to acclimate our incoming ninth grade students with the culture, benefits, and expectations of each of our free public high school communities.
At The Foundation for Hispanic Education (TFHE) we strongly believe in giving back to our community. Together, we share time with our community, embrace the important work serving East San Jose, and connect to the joy of helping others.
The Foundation for Hispanic Education was established in 1981 as a product of the late Dr. B. Roberto Cruz’s vision of providing quality education and support for all underserved learners, with a focus on Latino students.
School tours are a fantastic way to get to know each of the three free, unique, and dynamic public high schools!
Here are 10 ways we capably graduate leaders at our three tuition-free public high schools:
How did we come to be? And what are these three high schools all about? We’re so glad you asked!