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The Black Student Achievement Plan (BSAP) was approved by the LAUSD Board of Education in February of the 2020-21 school year. The perennial trend of black student underperformance paired with the current landscape of local and national advocacy for racial equity have served as the inspiration to act now
The BSAP addresses the need for culturally responsive curriculum and instruction as the classroom norm, fosters partnerships with community based organizations with proven track records of success within the Black community and provides increased staffing support to address the academic and social-emotional needs of Black students
The creation and implementation of this plan is a joint effort shared across LAUSD and our community partners. We will hold each other accountable for the realization of the Black Student Achievement Plan. The support will remain until parity and beyond is achieved.
At Venice High School our BSAP Team is composed of Administration, Academic Counselors, School Climate Advocates, and a Restorative Justice Teacher Advisor. As a team we work closely to bridge the gap for each Black student here on our campus by building rapport and supporting the personal goals of each Black student for overall success while enrolled at Venice High School. 
Join the conversation! Please join our Black Student Achievement Plan Schoology group with the Access Code 78RB-XRBT-7FKP5