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Principals' Message

Hello Bravo Knights!


Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School is a leading institution of innovative and rigorous learning.   Bravo has partnered with multiple learning and civic institutions to provide our students with opportunities to learn and apply their learning in real world environments.   Partnerships with USC, USC School of Medicine, UCLA, ELAC, KAISER Permanente, and many others strengthen our rigorous curriculum to make sure all of our students have an opportunity to explore, experience, and continue their studies in the health career/profession of their choice.   Our graduation rate has consistently exceeded the state’s and district’s rate making us one of the top three public schools to best prepare students for college in Los Angeles.   Our students have opportunities to experience the arts, use technology, and participate in competitive sports programs.   Bravo Knights regularly achieve at high levels in academics, athletics, and community engagement.  We are the proud Knight family.



                         "Quality and Integrity"



1. Start your summer off on the right foot… volunteer! A volunteer opportunity that counts for your community service hours is available here at Bravo on Saturday, June 16. The Bravo Alumni Association is holding their 2nd Annual Reunion and would appreciate having Bravo students help at the event. Please come to the Magnet Office to sign up and for more information. (Mrs. Dypiangco, 6/1 – 6/8)

2. Tuesday during lunch, at Ms. Faloppa’s room, Red Cross Club members please pick up your shirts! (Mrs. White-Holloman, 6/5)

3. Attention Juniors intending to enroll in AP English Literature next year. The summer assignment is available. Come pick it up in room 310 this week. (Mr. Marks, 6/4 -6/7)

4. Join AP Environmental Science for their first Annual Supply Drive and Locker Clean-Up on June 7th during first period. Although not mandatory, we encourage all teachers and students to participate. We’ll be collecting school supplies you no longer need, which will then be redistributed and reused by future students. Any unwanted classwork and homework can be recycled in the designated bins throughout the hallways. Please take your materials to our student-run collection stations for a chance tp win a special prize! (Ms. Ericksen, 6/1 – 6/7)

5. If you missed Cross Country tryouts, you can still try-out on Tuesday and Wednesday, Jun e 12th and 13th from 3 – 5 p.m. in the park. Remember – you need a cleared physical from the nurse and an emergency card. (Mr. Russell, 5/30 – 6/7)


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