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Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts

Los Angeles Unified School District

  • 450 N. Grand Avenue

    Los Angeles, California 90012

    Ph: (213) 217-8600

    Fax: (213) 928-0933

    Lori Gambero, Principal  

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    Welcome from Principal Gambero

    all students and parents!

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    Spring 2020 Musical

    The Spring 2020 musical will be RENT, by Jonathan Larson!
    Directed by Wendell Stevenson
    Musical Director: Drew Lewis
    Auditions in the fall--all students are encouraged to audition!

    Keep checking for upcoming audition information!

    Grand Arts 2019 Film Festival Now available for Online Viewing

    2019 Film festival.

    Maybe you missed the viewing on campus, but here is the Grand Arts 2019 Film Festival!

    Vocal Jazz Wins Top Honors at Festival

    Vocal Jazz at Music in the Parks at Knott s Berry Farm.Vocal Jazz A, Vocal Jazz B, and Women’s Chorus competed in the Music in the Parks Festival at Knott’s Berry Farm. Vocal Jazz and Women's Chorus won 1st place Superior awards in their respective categories. Vocal Jazz B took 2nd place Excellent. Vocal Jazz A also won the award for the outstanding high school choral group. They had the highest score out of all 12 choirs that competed at the festival! The festival chair even asked them to do an encore performance at the awards ceremony—an honor rarely bestowed at this festival.


    Grand Arts Senior Chosen by Michelle Obama for Better Make Room

    Genesis with Michelle Obama.

    Grand Arts Senior Genesis Jackson shares her plans to attend UCLA with former First Lady Michelle Obama at the College Signing Day for Obama's organization, Better Make Room. Genesis was chosen to represent UCLA, where she will be attending as a Regents Scholarship recipient, pursuing a BFA in Dance while minoring in African American Studies. Only 100 incoming freshmen received that scholarship, putting Genesis in the top 1%!

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