Parent and Community Center

Located in the middle of campus, our Parent Center is a welcoming space to learn more about the school, sign up for a class or workshop, or meet other families. Our parent representative is available to answer questions and support the involvement of families. Principal Queena Kim also holds monthly UCLACS Parent Gatherings to share information with families. 

Email Parent Representative Jessica Turcios at

UCLACS Parent Gathering |
Convivio con los padres

Join Principal Queena Kim and our Parent Community Representative for monthly gatherings to learn about our school programs and activities. 

  • Monthly Parent Gatherings | Convivio Con Los Padres cada mes

For more information, contact our Parent Representative Jessica Turcios at

School Governance Council |
Consejo de gobierno

Decision making body comprised of teachers, students, parents, UCLA representatives and community partners that sets the school’s vision, selects and annually evaluates the principal, determines the annual EWA terms for the teaching staff, and approves the annual budget.

English Learner Advisory Committee ELAC

Provide written recommendations to the School Site Council regarding programs and services for EL students. Recommendations should be based on student performance and parental involvement data.

Integrated Social Services

Family Wellness

A hallmark of community schools is their focus on the “whole child” and family wellness. UCLA Community School has a strong system of learning supports to integrate health and social services into the life of the school.  In 2016-17, almost 20% of students were referred for support services to a variety of community agencies, including: Children’s Institute, Koreatown Youth and Community Center, Children’s Bureau, Los Angeles Guidance Center, Star View Community Services, and Aviva.

Mental Health Professionals

Two full-time mental health professionals–a school psychologist and a psychiatric social worker–provide infrastructure to prepare the whole school community for crisis and threats and promote mental health within classrooms. This support includes community circles and conflict resolution.

Support for Immigrant Families

About two-thirds of our families are immigrants, primarily from Mexico, Central America, and Korea—among the highest percentage of immigrants in Los Angeles. For this reason, the school also partners with several immigrant rights organizations, including CARECEN, the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA),and the National Day Laborer Organizing Network. A new school-based Family Immigration Legal Clinic is also under development in partnership with the UCLA Law School.

Our Partners

Koreatown Youth and Community Center Logo
children's bureau
children's institute inc