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California Health Science Capacity Building Project

Program Questions: CindyBeck, Health Careers Education, email:, phone: 916-319-0470

Fiscal Questions: Adrian Hodge, Associate Governmental Program Analyst, email:, phone: 916-319-0279

County Name Local Educational Agency School Grant Number Amount
Butte Chico Unified School District Pleasant Valley High School 18-25214-61424-01 42,105.00
Contra Costa Mt. Diablo Unified School District Horizons Alternative High School 18-25214-61754-01 42,105.00
El Dorado Lake Tahoe Unified School District South Tahoe High School 18-25214-61903-01 42,105.00
Fresno Washington Unified School District Washington Union High School 18-25214-76778-01 42,105.00
Imperial Central Union High School District Southwest High School 18-25214-63115-01 42,105.00
Los Angeles Azusa Unified School District Gladstone High School 18-25214-64279-01 42,105.00
Los Angeles Bellflower Unified School District/CalAPS Bellflower High School 18-25214-64303-01 32,105.00
Los Angeles Hacienda La Puente Unified School District Los Altos High School 18-25214-73445-01 42,105.00
Los Angeles Pasadena Unified School District CIS Academy 18-25214-64881-01 42,105.00
Los Angeles Torrance Unified School District North High School 18-25214-65060-01 42,105.00
Los Angeles Walnut Valley Unified School District Walnut High School 18-25214-73460-01 32,105.00
Los Angeles William S. Hart Union High School District Valencia High School 18-25214-65136-01 42,105.00
Merced Le Grand Union High School District Le Grand High School 18-25214-65730-01 42,105.00
Sacramento Sacramento City Unified School District Arthur A. Benjamin Health Professions High School 18-25214-67439-01 32,105.00
Sacramento San Juan Unified School District Casa Roble High School 18-25214-67447-01 32,105.00
San Joaquin Manteca Unified School District Manteca High School 18-25214-68593-01 74,210.00
San Joaquin Manteca Unified School District Weston Ranch High School 18-25214-68593-02 42,105.00
Santa Clara East Side Union High School District Andrew P. Hill High School 18-25214-69427-01 42,105.00

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Last Reviewed: Wednesday, January 30, 2019
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