Cobalt Institute of Math and Science

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Basic Information

Address: 14045 Topaz Road Victorville, CA
County: California
District: Victor Valley Union High School District
Phone Number: 7609552530
Fax Number: 7609552437
Principal: Dr. Melda Gaskins

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Additional Information

School Type: public STEM "school of choice"
Accreditation: WASC Accredited 2014
School ID: 36 67934 6114698
Grade Level: 6-8, 9-12
Founded: Cobalt Institute of Math and Science was founded in 2013-14
School Setting:

7-12 grade, STEM school, Bio-medical and Engineering Pathways, public parent choice school, each grade level is no more than 250 students. Uniform school, library and career center, 4 computer labs, 10 science rooms, student store, gym, mult-purpose room

School Schedule (Hours in Day): 7:42 am to 2:23 pm
School Days in Calendar Year: 180 days
School Holidays: regular scheduled holidays
School Colors: Cobalt Blue and white
School Mascot: Cougar

Victorville, CA

School Size: 1500 students
Classroom Size: 34
Classroom Teachers: 50
Student/Teacher Ratio: 34:1
Support Services:

ASES (afterschool) program, tutoring before and after school, counselors, ASB, college counselor, librarian, school technician, campus security, school psychologist

After School Programs: Yes
PTA Organization: No
Computer Capabilities:

Chrome books, Laptops, 4 computer labs, mobys, VEX, ipads, robotics, 3D printers

School Clubs:

Chess, golf, swim club, Dance, Drama, Key, Environmental, Friday Night Live, Extreme, Builder's, Fashion Club, Mock Trial, MESA, Glee, Career Center

Lunch Availability: Free and reduced, breakfast, lunch and super
Parking Spaces/Availability:


Uniform Guidelines:

Uniform school (Polo shirts, uniform pants, skirts, jackets, sweatshirts, etc)

Mission Statement:

Our vision and goals for our school community is to produce: Responsible community members trained in technology, engineering, and science; Open-minded, life-long learners who appreciate the integration of the arts in the technical world; Analytical thinkers who are successful in all academic areas; Reliable individuals ready for post-secondary education or career opportunities.

Philosophy/Belief Statement:

Our propelling philosophy is to provide a comprehensive educational program through curriculum integration with a strong emphasis on the development of Math and Science.

Enrollment Characteristics: 250 per grade level (7-12),enrollment requirements: 7-8 (2.0 or higher; low discipline, good attendance); 9-12 (2.0 or higher; pass algebra w/C or better; low discipline and good attendance).
Programs and Services:

Project Lead the Way, Math and Science Focus