Community Youth Partnership (CYP)

CYP offers weekly free music, dance, science and visual arts workshops to Los Angeles United School District students in the San Fernando Valley.

Classes are taught exclusively by Oakwood high school students who have shown a proficiency in these disciplines and an interest in community-building.

Two sessions are offered (Fall and Spring) to applicants. All levels are welcome, however space is limited.  For more information, contact the Program Coordinator, Nate LaPointe - or the Program Director, Phu Tranchi at -or- 818.732.3195.


Registration for the Fall 2019 Session (September 18-December 11) is now open! 

Please fill out a registration form to participate.


For English Language Registration, click here.

Para registrarse en español, haga clic aquí.


Registration will close after the third week of CYP (on October 2nd).

We welcome all students from the Greater Los Angeles Area! Please spread the word to your friends and family.


Community Engagement

Shaping Civic

Because Oakwood values civic responsibility and encourages lifelong civic engagement, community engagement and community service are a vital part of the Oakwood program at all grade levels. Community engagement is experiential learning.

By providing structured opportunities intentionally designed to promote student learning and development, community engagement encourages students to do things with others rather than for them. Students also explore public policy and discuss issues of diversity and equity in their communities.

Through active involvement in various communities (local, state, national, and international), students explore the ways that socio-economic, political, and cultural factors shape community life.

High School Programs

High school students design and execute their own community engagement projects as well as volunteer with different nonprofit organizations within the community and abroad. Certain student groups present during the fall Community Engagement Fair and share their projects. All students can sign up to get involved in one of the projects presented or create their own community engagement project. Students fulfill school and community engagement activities as part of their graduation requirements.

Click here for community engagement opportunities.


Phu Tranchi
Director of Experiential Learning

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