IPoly is a specialized public college prep high school located on the campus of Cal Poly Pomona. IPoly's award-winning program centers around innovative Project-Based Learning (PBL). Run by Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), IPoly has been open since 1993.
With only 550 students, IPoly provides a family-like environment. Students are given support and guidance to get into their college of choice. They are also encouraged to take concurrent college courses at Cal Poly and community colleges while in high school. IPoly students become global citizens, contributing to society through required community service hours.
Project-Based Learning (PBL)
IPoly High School provides a college preparatory, project-based curriculum that is socially and environmentally relevant. Students develop curiosity, gain knowledge, and acquire new skills through the projects and state-mandated curriculum. IPoly's values are the focus of the projects, ensuring that students:
* Develop Creativity * Work Collaboratively * Think Critically * Embrace Culture * Communicate Effectively * Demonstrate Character
To learn more about Project-Based Learning, CLICK HERE.
Applications are currently available for students that would like to attend during the 2019-20 school year. IPoly is open to students regardless of district of residence, and does not charge tuition. The admissions process includes completing an application, passing an entrance exam and being selected by lottery. There are 136 spaces available per grade level.
The deadline to participate in IPoly's lottery is March 15, 2019; the lottery drawing will be held mid-April. After March 15th, applications will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.
Students must submit an application in their 8th grade year to attend IPoly beginning in 9th grade. Students who are interested in transferring from another high school should submit a copy of their transcript to determine eligibility prior to submitting an application.
Please CLICK HERE for additional admissions information and application links. You may also call 909-839-2331 for further information, including how to set up a campus visit or shadow date for the student.