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We, as a brotherhood, are devoted to developing relationships based on trust, communication, and respect.

We are loyal members of our group, regardless of race, and are committed to furthering the growth of our brotherhood and our neighborhood.

We challenge historical stereotypes and avoid any racial negativity that may hinder our progress or limit our success.

We are determined scholars who are devoted to the moral, social, and academic standards that we have set for ourselves and our peers.

We believe that hard work and dedication will set the foundation for our future and will be the main stay for our personal development.

We are a brotherhood.

We are the Poly Male Academy.

The LB Polytechnic High School Male Academy Vision

It is our desire at Poly to create an atmosphere of success for our male students. It is an atmosphere that is based on a sense of brotherhood and a belonging to an alliance that is dedicated to the sole purpose of becoming a successful man. It is a holistic environment that is focused on empowering our young men to not only accept academic and social challenges, but to conquer them. We believe that when these young men are given a meaningful purpose; they can accomplish a tremendous amount of good for themselves and their community.

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Male Academy

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2010 Poly Male Academy Student: Deshaunte Lewis Earns All-American Honors at Cerritos College

LBUSD MA's Visit CSUDH
LBUSD MA's Visit CSUDH
Brotha's Gonna Work It Out Conference
Brotha's Gonna Work It Out Conference

 

Congratulations to Ja'Cole Jenkins for representing Poly's Male Academy at the 18th Annual Brotha's Gonna Work It Out Conference held @ Cal State University San Marcos on March 8, 2013.  He displayed great leadership and poise as he presented to over 100 male students from the San Diego Unified School District.  J'Cole, along with eleven other students from various Long Beach Male Academies did an outstanding job of representing their program and their individual schools.  You should be very proud.  Again, great job Ja'Cole!  Thanks
 
Cordially,
Cliff Parks & Alex Chavez
MA and CSULB MENS Alliance
Poly's MA Members Share their Experiences with Washington MS
MS Visit
Mr. Parks and Mr. Chavez Enlightened the Group about Issues in Our Community
Mr. Parks and Chavez Enlightened Group about Issues in Our Community
VB Icon Visits with MA about "Building Profitable Relationships"
VB Icon Visits with MA about
2012-2013 Poly/PAAL Male Academy
2012-2013 Poly/PAAL Male Academy
Male Academy Visits UCLA
Male Academy Visits UCLA

4th Annual Think Tank Conference

May 9, 2012

Poly’s Male Academy was invited to participate in UCLA’s Black Male Institute- 4th Annual Think Tank Conference. The Conference lead workshops dealing with: college preparatory information (A-G Requirements), using the “N” word, Black Males sexual decisions, leadership and success, and the portrayal of males in Hip-Hop.  

2011-2012 Male Academy
2011-2012 Male Academy
MA Students Participate in the 2012 MLK Parade
MA Students Participate in the 2012 MLK Parade
2010-2011 Male Academy
male academy 2010
Project TEAM Presents "A Call for Action" Leadership Conference (see News Archives below)
Project TEAM Presents
"Goals for Life" Rick Neil (Chairman) and Reggie Berry (Executive Director) visit Poly's Male Academy (see News Archives below)
Reggie Berry 4-13-11
Long Beach Police Officer's Visit with Poly's Male Academy (see News Archives below)
long beach police officer visit
Poly's Male Academy sells Root Beer Float's at the 2011 Intercultural Faire
Poly's Male Academy sells Root Beer Float's at the 2011 Intercultural Faire

Butler and Robinson's Male Academies Visit Poly High Schools’ Male Academy

LBUSD Male Leadership & Math Academy students will visited PolyHigh School on Friday February 4th, 2011.   The activity was designed to help enhance Middle/K-8 students’ transition to high school and expose students to the excitement and opportunities available at a vibrant LBUSD high school campus.

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Winners of the 2nd Annual Male Academy Dodgeball Tournament
winners of the 2nd annual dodgeball tournament

Martin Luther King Jr. Parade (Jan 2010)

 

January 16, 2010

Students from the Poly HS Male Academy marched in the city's 22nd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Peace and Unity Parade. The parade began on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue at the Anaheim Street intersection.  It was then followed by a multi-cultural celebration at King Park, 1950 Lemon Ave.  There was music, dance performances, and a children's play area.  There was also food vending booths and nonprofit community service information.

 

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Male Academy Students from Poly (PAAL), Wilson, Jordan, Cabrillo, Lakewood, gather on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue before marching in the parade.

 

 

students riding on truck

 

Students, staff and school board members participate in the city's Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Peace and Unity Parade.

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parade

Poly's Male Academy Hosts Butler & Robinson's MA/ML Academies (Spring 2010)
butler and robinson's academics
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