Miguel Contreras Learning Complex (MCLC) is a high school in Downtown Los Angeles, California, United States.
The school, which serves grades 9 through 12, is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. The school is located at 322 South Lucas Avenue, just down Third Street from the LAUSD Board of Education headquarters building. It houses three Small Learning Communities (SLCs): The Academic Leadership Community (ALC), Social Justice, and Business & Tourism (B&T) which is the largest academy.
The complex also holds a separate school called the Los Angeles School Of Global Studies. The school is usually referred to as LASGS and is a new technology school. LASGS currently holds an API score of 591. LASGS is known as a one of the first schools to be a part of the New Tech Foundation. The New Tech Foundation supports "Project Based Learning" (PBL).
Contreras was named after Miguel Contreras, a labor union organizer.
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