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Aspire Rosa Parks Academy

Welcome to the Aspire Rosa Parks Academy landing page!

Grades: K – 5
Sponsoring District: Stockton
CDS/Charter NumbersCDS: #39-68676-0108647 Charter: #554
Afterschool Program? Y

Enrollment: 384
Hispanic: 67%
African-American: 23%
Pacific Islander: 0%
Asian-American: 7%
Caucasian: 2%
Free and Reduced Lunch: 85%

Key Dates

First Day of School: August 1, 2018
Fall Break: October 08-12, 2018
Thanksgiving Break: November 21-23, 2018
Winter Break: December 21, 2018-January 4, 2019
Spring Break: March 11-22, 2019
Last Day of School: June 7, 2019

School Address & Contact Information


1930 South D Street,
Stockton, CA 95206, United States

Contact Info



School Calendar

Nothing from June 16, 2019 to July 16, 2019.

Principal’s Message

Welcome to Rosa Parks Academy, the home of the Cheetahs.  It is my distinct pleasure to serve the community of southeast Stockton and work to close the achievement gap for our students.   I am currently entering my 2nd year as the principal at RPA and I am so proud of all we have accomplished as a team and community.  I came to Rosa Parks after having experienced the Aspire Principal residency program and serving as an interim principal at a sister Stockton Aspire school.  My career in education began 25 years ago and I have experienced many roles within the education industry before becoming a school administrator 12 years ago.  Education is my passion and serving our wonderful community motivates me to inspire a world of possibility for our students.

Our school is dedicated to preparing all of our students for college success. Everything about RPA— from the college language throughout our school to our data-driven rigorous instruction — is designed to put our students on the road to a four-year degree. Helping our students realize the college dream is a challenge that requires the hard work of every member of our school community: our students love learning and are focused to achieve amazing results; our staff is the hardest-working group of professionals in the field of education; our parents and families are involved in supporting every aspect of our college-going culture; and our community partners, volunteers and supporters enable us to meet the unique needs of our students and our community.

All the best,

Lezli Warburton-McEndree
Principal, Aspire Rosa Parks Academy

Board Meeting Minutes

Board Members