September 23, 2005
The California Academy of Mathematics and Science was featured on a national television program broadcast live from Washington, D.C., highlighting the innovative high school reforms implemented at the award-winning school.
Principal Kathy Clark appeared on the U.S. Department of Education program, "Education News Parents Can Use," this week.
The show featured an interview of Clark and a video made earlier this month at CAMS, which is located on the campus of California State University Dominguez Hills.
CAMS is a recipient of the No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School award, the highest national honor for a school, for its excellence in offering an intensive college preparatory education to motivated students. When applying to colleges, approximately 70 percent of CAMS graduates have declared majors in mathematics, science, engineering and technology related fields.