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Bridges Preparatory Academy 

Our academy is a place where students can grow and learn. We are committed to providing a nurturing and stimulating environment that fosters academic excellence and personal development. With a dedicated team of educators and a comprehensive curriculum, we strive to empower our students to reach their full potential. Join us on this exciting journey of discovery and exploration. Together, we can build a brighter future.


Creating a Brighter Future

2024-2025 SCHOOL YEAR! 

Monday-Friday 7am-4pm

2024-2025 Summer School 
Begins July 1st, 2024 until July 26th,2024 
8:00AM -12:00PM 

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Escuela de Verano 2024-2025 
Comienza el 1 de julio de 2024
hasta el 26 de julio de 2024 
8:00AM - 12:00PM

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Admissions & Enrollment

Join Our Community

Bridges Preparatory Academy is proud to open interest admissions for the next school year.

You may fill out an intent to enroll form online using the link below! Or come to campus to get a tour and pick up a physical application. 

For more information on the enrollment process, and academic requirements feel free to get in touch or read below. 

"A child doesn't care how much you know, 
until they know how much you care".



About Us


Bridges Preparatory Academy offers an inclusive, rigorous, college-ready and trauma-sensitive education that provides ALL students with the academic and social-emotional skillset to excel in high school and beyond.

Bridges Preparatory Academy students are confident, disciplined, proactive leaders who will successfully transition into institutions of higher learning and become integral and influential “agents of change” in society. As responsible citizens who understand and participate in the democratic process and recognize its value in a global context, BPA students develop a foundation in critical thinking skills of application, analysis, synthesis and evaluation. BPA students cultivate attributes critical for all 21st century learners: communication, technology utilization, collaboration, critical evaluation, opportunity evaluation, and emotional intelligence.

Counseling Support

Bridges Preparatory Academy  has a full-time Counselors on staff and a full-time Psychologist. Our intent at Bridges is to serve those students that have not found success in traditional District schools and those who already have left, or will leave the District in search of an alternative, and those who will leave school altogether. For these students, and others who simply seek a more personalized, student-centered education, we endeavor to help them grow psychosocially over the beginning of their crucial adolescent years so that they develop the resiliency and motivation they need to persist in their schooling.

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Enrollment Process

Bridges Preparatory Academy provides an open enrollment, tuition-free public school. BPA admits all pupils who wish to attend the school up to enrollment capacity. Enrollment to the Charter School shall be open to any resident of the State of California but there are no specific admission requirements for the school (e.g., minimum grade point average, test scores, discipline records, etc.).

Parents and students admitted to the school are requested to attend an orientation session to review school policies and procedures and learn about the opportunities provided by the school, but their attendance or lack of attendance does not impact their student’s admission.

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Academic Programs

Our highly personalized, student-centered model includes Individual Learning Plans for every student; data-driven differentiated instruction including online adaptive learning programs, project-based and problem-based collaborative learning; daily 90-minute Learning Labs (four days/week) for real-time intervention and support for all students, including English Learners and students with disabilities; double block Math in 6th grade and double block ELA in 7th grade; daily Advisory all three years with social-emotional learning via the acclaimed Way of Council program and personalized one-on-one support from our advisors and counselors, who will “loop” with students for three years to ensure students are well-known; a Multi-Tiered System of Support for academic and behavioral support and intervention with PBIS in our trauma-sensitive model; and more

Contact Us

400 S Santa Fe 
Compton CA 90221

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