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Mission and Vision



Aspire Langston Hughes Academy (LHA) is a College-For-Certain secondary charter school within the

Aspire Public Schools network. Aspire Public Schools is a non-profit organization that operates high

performing charter schools across the state of California that focus on one goal -- preparing urban

students for college. LHA is chartered through Stockton Unified School District in San Joaquin County.

LHA serves approximately 750 of students from grades 6 - 12. Our student body profile is made up of 61%

Latino, 19% African American, 9% Asian, and 6% Caucasian with 72% of students eligible for free and

reduced lunch and 9% of students designated as English Learners.


Every LHA senior class graduates with 100% acceptance to four-year universities in addition to earning a

minimum of 15 college units. As a result of our early college model, LHA has produced close to 30

students who, at the end of their senior year, competed enough college units to earn an Associate of Arts

degree. This past year, LHA graduates were offered 269 college acceptances to top colleges throughout

California including UCLA, University of the Pacific, St. Mary’s, and UC Irvine. Our students also received nearly $1 million in scholarships and grants.


LHA has been certified as an AVID site and was awarded distinguished certification status. Over the past

few years, in addition to our focus on developing students socially and emotionally and providing quality

learning experiences, LHA has developed a robust athletic program that has won CIF Mountain Valley


League championships in volleyball, basketball, softball, and soccer. LHA also offers baseball and cross-





Aspire Langston Hughes Academy’s mission and vision closely align with the mission and vision of Aspire

Public Schools. Furthermore, LHA seeks to create a quality learning experiences in a safe, supportive, and

academically rigorous learning environment where students are critical thinkers equipped with the tools

necessary to advocate for themselves, their communities, and their future.