High School

The Orange County Asian & Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA) coordinates allied and other health career programming at the high school level and collaborates with Anaheim Union High School District to support students.

Program Services

*Students have access to OCAPICA’s Healthy Asian Pacific Islander Youth Empowerment Program, where they receive after school support through free tutoring, mentorship, snacks, and workshops centered on health, academics, and life skills. The HAPI-YEP After School Program is currently at Magnolia HS with the vision to expand at other high schools in the future.

About Orange County Asian & Pacific Islander Community Alliance


Agency Background

The Orange County Asian an Pacific Islander Community Alliance (OCAPICA) is dedicated to enhancing the health, and social and economic well-being of Asian and Pacific Islanders in Orange County, California. Established in 1997, OCAPICA works to improve and expand the community’s opportunities through service, education, advocacy, organizing and research. These community-driven activities seek to empower Asian and Pacific Islanders to define and control their lives and the future of their community.


About Anaheim Union High School District


Mission Statement

The Anaheim Union High School District, a partnership of students, parents, staff, and community will provide all students with a high quality, well-rounded educational program in a safe and nurturing learning environment that promotes: High academic expectations for all students and employees, 21st Century learning skills for students to act as problem solvers and critical thinkers, readiness for post-secondary education, career options, and civic and social responsibility.

Vision Statement

The Anaheim Union High School District will graduate socially aware, civic-minded students who are college and career ready for the 21st Century