The Community

The two communities that we service, Covina and Irwindale, have a Latin American population of 48.7% and 92% respectively. 

In addition to drawing students from the cities of Covina and Irwindale, our school also attracts students from surrounding cities, including Azusa, West Covina, and Baldwin Park.  All three of these communities also have a large Latino based population.  Students come from these surrounding cities to take part in programs that are not offered at their zoned schools.  As a result, our campus is home to an amalgamation of backgrounds and continues to strive for a definitively multi-cultural atmosphere.

Both Covina and Irwindale have seen a growth in population in the past few years and a decrease in crime.  The median home price in Covina as of 2013 was $371,000 and $350,000 in Irwindale.  The average household income for both cities is roughly $63,000.  Covina has a population of close to 48,500.  The ethnic breakdown of the population in Covina is 52.4% Hispanic, 29.9% White only, 11.9% Asian alone, 4.2% African American alone, 4.8% declared two or more races, .2% American Native alone, .2% other race alone, and .02% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander.  Irwindale, which sits to the Northwest of the campus, has a population of just over 1,400.  It is an industrialized city that houses numerous businesses and has a work population of over 40,000.  The ethnic breakdown in Irwindale is 93.7% Hispanic, 4.2% White, 1.6% African American, and .5% Asian.