César Chávez Learning Academies

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The César E. Chávez Learning Academies, also known as Valley Region High School 5 (VRHS #5), is a public high school of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It is located in the City of San Fernando in the San Fernando Valley region of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. It is named after César Chávez.

The school opened in 2011, relieving San Fernando High School, Sylmar High School, Kennedy High School, and Verdugo Hills High School.[1] When the school opened it had 1,600 students. Its design was based on historical California missions.[2] The school campus is divided into four academies: Technology Prep Academy, ArTES, Social Justice Humanitas Academy, and ASE.


The Eagles finished the 2016 football season with a record of 8-2, advancing all the way up to City semi-finals, led by head coach Rodrigo Nuñez.


  1. ^ "11. Proposed Changes to Valley Region High School Zone #5 Zone of Choice Area Schools" (Archive). Los Angeles Unified School District. Retrieved on April 27, 2014.
  2. ^ Ravindran, Subha. "LAUSD opens 9 campuses for new school year." (Archive). KABC-TV (ABC Los Angeles 7). Wednesday September 7, 2011. Retrieved on April 27, 2014.

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Coordinates: 34°17′22″N 118°25′18″W / 34.289480°N 118.421641°W / 34.289480; -118.421641