Contents 1 Academic competitions 1.1 Academic Decathlon team 1.2 JETS (Junior Engineering Technical Society) 2 Speech and Debate 3 Athletics 4 Demographics 5 Notable alumni 6 References 7 External links


Academic competitions[edit] Academic Decathlon team[edit] The school's Academic Decathlon team won national titles in 1998, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2014 and 2017.[3] JETS (Junior Engineering Technical Society)[edit] JETS promotes interest in engineering, science, math and technology in high school students and provides them with real-world engineering teamwork and problem-solving experiences. The Team participates in the TEAMS (Test of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science) Competition that occurs annually in March and is hosted and sponsored by the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California (USC). In 2006, the ECR JETS Team won 2nd place at the Southern California Regional Varsity Competition, missing First Place to Beverly Hills High School by one point. In 2007, the ECR JETS Team again won 2nd place at the Southern California Regional Varsity Competition, increasing their score significantly by 7 points but once again missing First Place to Beverly Hills High School by only one point. In 2008, the ECR JETS Team won 1st place at the Southern California Regional Varsity Competition, defeating rival Beverly Hills High School. El Camino Real also placed second in the state of California, and advanced to the nationals. In 2009, the ECR JETS Team had tied a second place with another high school at their division. However, the team had only received the trophy of the third place because of a random tie breaker. In 2010, the ECR JETS Team placed 1st in Regionals and progressed to Nationals.[4]


Speech and Debate[edit] ECR's speech and debate team was founded during the late 1980s and has since then achieved great success regionally and nationally. On the local level, the team competes in the Tri-County Forensic League as well as at various college invitationals held at institutions such as UC Berkeley, Stanford University, University of Kentucky, and Harvard University. Over several decades, the team has been able to qualify over 29 entries to the California State Championships, 10 entries to the NSDA National Championship, 12 entries to the NCFL Grand National Championship, and 5 entries to the Tournament of Champions. In 2015, senior Marlon Poroj became the first NSDA national finalist in the team's history, placing 18th at the National Championship.[5] In 2016, senior Shawn Haq became the first state champion in the team's history, winning the California State Championship.[6] 2016 was also the first year the team had a finalist at the prestigious Tournament of Champions (TOC) with senior Shawn Haq ranking 8th in the final round of the TOC.[7] In 2017 the team had an outstanding performance at states receiving 3rd and 7th at states and 12th at nationals?


Athletics[edit] In 1979, the women's basketball team won the state championship.[citation needed] It is the only time that an ECR sports team has won an all-state title. In 2013 girls' soccer won nationals


Demographics[edit] In 1998 the school had 3,315 students.[8][when?]7% African American, 1% American Indian, 25% Asian, 33% White, 65% Latino, 5% English Learners, 7% Special Education, 43% Gifted and Talented, 22% Economically Disadvantaged, 15% Students moving in and out of this school during the year.[citation needed] Over 1,000 of them, as of 1998, were classified as "gifted and talented". Several area parents disliked the LAUSD magnet program points admission system, so they chose to instead move to the ECR attendance zone and enroll their gifted-classified children there.[8] As of 1998 ECR had a strong reputation that gave its graduates extra clout in university admissions, and it had one of the highest rates of acceptance to the University of California, Berkeley.[8] As of 1998 70% of ECR students moved on to colleges and universities compared to 52% overall for LAUSD.[8]


Notable alumni[edit] America Ferrera Brett Gurewitz Ryan Lavarnway Christopher Mintz-Plasse Sara Paxton Jamal Anderson – former NFL All-Pro,[9] running back; Atlanta Falcons[10] Mark Balderas – keyboardist; Human Drama Glen Sobel – drummer; Alice Cooper Alisha Boe Actor; 13 Reasons Why Maggie Bandur – writer/producer; Malcolm in the Middle[11] Orr Barouch – professional soccer player; Chicago Fire, Tigres UANL[12] Paul Beatty – poet/author, first American to win the Mann/Booker Prize in literature for his 2016 novel, The Sellout David Becker – jazz guitarist and composer Jay Bentley – bassist; Bad Religion Kurt Birkins – former Major League Baseball player; Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays America Ferrera – award-winning actress; Ugly Betty, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants[13] Sky Ferreira – singer/songwriter Jennifer Flavin – model Blake Gailen – baseball player Brad Garrett – actor; Everybody Loves Raymond, 'Til Death Marc Germain – radio talk show host Greg Graffin – vocalist; Bad Religion, university lecturer Noah Grossman – cast member of Smosh Brett Gurewitz – guitarist; Bad Religion, founder of Epitaph Records Tiffany Haddish - comedian and actress Jesse James Hollywood – convicted murderer portrayed by Emile Hirsch in the movie Alpha Dog Conor Jackson – former Major League Baseball left fielder/first baseman[14] Nathan Kahane – executive producer; Oldboy, Last Vegas Allan Kennedy – former NFL player; San Francisco 49ers Christopher Knight – actor; Brady Bunch, My Fair Brady Sammi Kane Kraft – actress; Bad News Bears Ryan Lavarnway – Major League Baseball catcher; Oakland Athletics[15] Christy Lemire - film critic Amber Liu – singer; member of South Korean girl group F(x) Ryan McGuire – former Major League Baseball player Alex Mejia – MLB player for the St. Louis Cardinals [16] Christopher Mintz-Plasse – actor; Superbad, Role Models, Kick-Ass Janel Moloney – actress; Donna Moss in The West Wing Angelo Moore – lead singer and multi-instrumentalist for Fishbone Troy Nolan – NFL football player; safety; David Oppenheim – professional poker player Sara Paxton – actress, model Brian Roney – 1980 U.S. Olympic Swimming Team, 400 meter Freestyle Sam Sarpong – actor, model, TV host; Tommy Hillfiger, Yo Mamma Mark Saul – actor/musician; Grey's Anatomy, All That, The Social Network Mark Schulman – drummer Tim Talman – actor Dave Walsh – former Major League Baseball player; Los Angeles Dodgers[17] Jim Wolf – Major League Baseball umpire[18] Randy Wolf – former Major League Baseball pitcher[19] William Zabka – actor; The Karate Kid


References[edit] ^ "El Camino Real Charter High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved November 26, 2017.  ^ El Camino Real Senior High in WOODLAND HILLS, CA | Best High Schools | US News ^ Academic Decathlon National Champions Archived March 6, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. ^ JETS 2010 National Rankings, for the 11th/12th grade category. ^ https://www.speechanddebate.org/wp-content/uploads/2015-HS-Nationals-Results-Packet.pdf ^ http://www.joyoftournaments.com/ca/chssa/2016/results17-8.htm ^ http://tabroom-files.s3-website-us-east-1.amazonaws.com/tourns/5019/postings/8031/2016TOCCongressionalDebateResults.pdf ^ a b c d Hardy, Terry. "Top of the Class" (education section). Los Angeles Magazine. Emmis Communications, October 1998. Vol. 43, No. 10. ISSN 1522-9149. Start: p. 52. CITED: p. 68. ^ "1998 All-NFL Team". infoplease.com.  ^ Elling, Steve (October 22, 1989). "El Camino Real Fullback Anderson Raised by Protective Father". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ Chu, Henry (March 9, 1992). "El Camino Real High Team Wins State Academic Decathlon and a Spot in Nationals". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ "Fire signs forward Barouch, midfielder Videira". WFMY. March 10, 2011. Archived from the original on March 26, 2014. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ "America Ferrera – Biography – Movies & TV – NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. April 18, 1984. Retrieved May 22, 2011.  ^ Sondheimer, Eric (April 14, 2013). "Ex-ECR standout Conor Jackson announces his retirement". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ Bolch, Ben (August 18, 2011). "Boston Red Sox call up El Camino Real's Ryan Lavarnway". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ Ryan Finley Arizona Daily Star. "Glove affair: Dad helps Mejia become big-play shortstop". Arizona Daily Star. Retrieved August 31, 2015.  ^ Farmer, Sam (May 6, 1990). "El Camino Real Baseball Team Strikingly Similar to '78 Version". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014.  ^ Elling, Steve (April 21, 1993). "Competitiveness Feeds El Camino Real's Wolf". Los Angeles Times.  ^ Fletcher, Jeff (March 3, 1994). "After Banner Junior Season, El Camino Real's Ace Pitcher Hasn't Changed His Prioritie". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 26, 2014. 


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