The Community Schooling Blog

Community schooling is more than a set of school practices. It is a collective story of building, learning, and bridging.
This blog highlights the stories of community schooling.

What is a Community School?

Get to know some of the folks behind the UCLA Community Schools:

The Story of Mann UCLA Community School

More to come…

Latest Posts

  • September 2020 Updates, updated 9/21
    Hello Panther families! This new year of school has begun. While we wish we were able to be together in person, students and teachers have been working hard together virtually to ensure that the learning doesn’t stop! Here are some upcoming events to support our Panther families and bring together our Mann UCLA community. Please stay tuned to this page […]
  • You’re Invited to our Monthly Virtual Parent Workshops
    Mark your calendars! Our Parent Center and College Center are partnering to put on virtual Parent Workshops for our families:
  • Calling All Students! Apply for ASB!
    ASB (Associated Student Body) is an excellent opportunity to step up as a student leader at Mann UCLA Community School. Plan our school spirit events, participate in community service, and most importantly REPRESENT the student body. Middle School ASB: High School ASB:
  • UCLA UniCamp’s After-School Program
    Experience the magic of UCLA UniCamp! This program is open to 6th-9th graders. Meet with UCLA mentors and other students across LA on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. CLICK HERE to register your student.
  • Request a Hot Spot for Internet Access
    If your family does not have WiFi or needs a stronger Internet connection, please fill out this form to request a hot spot. We will call you when one becomes available and you will come to campus to pick it up.

Meet the Author

Dr. Ung-Sang Lee believes that educational equity is built only when community stakeholders collaboratively address the most important educational problems. At Mann, he hopes to form partnerships between school educators, students, families, community members, and university researchers to help build a community school that is truly rooted in the community.