Community Harvest Charter School
|Community Harvest Charter School .|
5300 Sepulveda Boulevard
|School type||Publicly and Privately Funded, Charter School|
|Founder||Charletta Johnson, Jackie Gichohi, Viviana Trujillo, Kweli Umoja|
|School district||Los Angeles Unified School District|
|Hours in school day||8|
|School colour(s)||Gold, Green and Yellow|
|Slogan||"What we Grow the Community Harvest!"|
|Sports||Basketball, football, volleyball, baseball, softball, soccer|
|Website||Community Harvest Charter School Website|
Community Harvest Charter School was a school located in Los Angeles, California. It was founded in 2002 by Charletta Johnson, Jackie Gichohi, Viviana Trujillo, and Kweli Umoja. Community Harvest Charter School was a joint middle and high school.
The school had a 100-percent graduation rate and 87 percent college and or vocational enrollment. Typical enrollment was in the range of 300-350 students.
The school closed in 2012  and its campus demolished. An apartment building now stands on the site.
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