We have great school spirit that involves lots of activities. We have had an international exchange program for seven years now and the diversity that is brought to the school is incredible. We try to offer activities that reach all of our students.
The mission of ECR is to prepare our diverse student body for the next phase of their educational, professional, and personal journey through a rigorous, customized academic program that inspires the development of students’ unique talents and skills, builds character and provides opportunities for civic engagement and real-world experiences.
- Public High School
- Spring Semester
- Fall Semester
- Full Academic Year
- Foreign Language
- Social Studies
English Language, English Literature, French Language, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, Statistics, Computer Programing, Biology, Chemistry, Physics 1, Physics 2, European History, World History, US History, Economics, Government, Human Geography, Psychology, Studio Art, Music Theory
AVID is the nation's largest college preparatory program. ECR's AVID Program is a 4-year learning program that connects students with tools for college readiness and a supportive peer community. AVID students excel due to the high expectations they set for themselves, while supported by a devoted team of teachers who encourage academic rigor and active participation in ECR life.
Honors English, American Literature/Contemporary Composition, Advanced Composition/English Lit, Algebra II, Math Analysis, Biology, Chemistry, Physiology, World History, US History
An interdisciplinary, project based approach to education, students in the inaugural College Prep STEAM cohort will take Algebra, English, Biology, Design Craft (Art), and Introduction to Computers. These classes are taught in conjunction to ensure continuity in themes and their education. Honors STEAM classes include H Biology, H English, Design Craft (Art), and math (depending on ability).
Stanford, UCLA, Cal, CSUN, UCSB, UCI, U of Penn, SDSU
El Camino offers over 20 AP and Honors classes alongside with their rigorous course offerings.
- Cross Country
- Water Polo
- Cross Country
- Water Polo
El Camino offers a great athletic program with many of its teams making the playoffs.
Visual Art, Graphic Design, Drama, Choral Music, Instrumental Music, Dance, Careers in Entertainment Academy
The Careers in Entertainment Academy (CEA) is a comprehensive, hands-on film and television production program that prepares students for a film/television/media major in college and/or a career in the entertainment industry. Students take beginning, intermediate, and advanced film production, film history, and broadcast journalism classes during their 9-12 grade years. All classes satisfy graduation and A-G university admission requirements.
Aeronautics, Black Student Union, Business Club, Club Girl UP, Comic Universe, Conquistador for Christ, Coll 2 be Kind, Creative Writing, Dead Poets Society, Diagramming Club, Dice Haven, Econ Club, El Camino Step, Elco Mun, Falling Whistles, Fashion Club, Freshman Steering, Friendship Circle, Gender-Sexuality Alliance, Great Films Club, Jazz Band Club, Jewish Club, Junior Investment League, Junior Steering, Key Club, K-pop Dance Club, La Familia Club, Linguistics Club, Local Charity Outreach, Local Vocals, Marching Band Leadership, Medical Club, The M.E.S.S., Model United Nations, Mountain Biking Club/Team, Mu Alpha Theta, Munch Bunch, National Honor Society, Native Plants Club, Newspaper Interns Club, Operation Smile, Pajama Mama, People for Paws, PETs Tutoring, Physics Club, Philosophy Club, Programming Club, PTO Students Club, R4research, Red Cross Club, Relay for Life, Robotics Club, Save the Wave Club, Science Bowl Club, She's the First Club, Social Justice Club, Sophomore Steering, Spanish Honors Society, Speech and Debate Club, Stem Club, Students Demand Action, Tech Explorers, Thespians Club, UNICEF Club, Vegan Peace Club, Vexillology Club, Vocale Royale, Women's Rights Club, Zenning Club
Disneyland Park, Disney California Adventure Park, Knott's Berry Farm, Angel Stadium, Honda Center Ice Hockey, Adventure City, Anaheim Garden Walk, Yorba Regional Park, Anaheim Farmer's Market, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach
Woodland Hills is quite an upscale neighborhood bordering the Santa Monica Mountains in the San Fernando Valley region of the city of Los Angeles. It is bordered by Calabasas, Tarzana, Topanga and is not too far from the beaches of Malibu. It's a great place to hike, bike, enjoy nature as well as there are plenty of shops and restaurants. Woodland Hills has activities and attractions that can provide a fun, entertaining experience.