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2017/2018 ANNUAL REPORT TABLE OF CONTENTS OAKLAND SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS

Letter from the Executive Director

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Thank You to Departing Board Members

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Unifying Leadership 5 Developing CTE and Linked Learning Pathways

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Student and Alumni News

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Smarter Balanced Testing Results

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College Acceptances 20 Demographics 22 Financial Statement 23 A Landmark Year for the Annual Fund

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Gordon and Ann Getty Host OSA

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Donor Roll 26

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LETTER FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & BOARD CHAIR DEAR OSA COMMUNITY, 2017/2018 was another year of success at OSA. Another year of producing over 50 public artistic performances, exhibitions, readings, screenings, and extraordinary radio shows. Another year of OSA students gaining recognition for their exceptional work, from prestigious scholarships to notable performances at Carnegie Hall in New York City. Another year of inspiration by the artistic and academic achievements of our students, and we hope you are inspired as well. This sustained success is only possible through the dedication that our faculty and staff, students and families, alumni, volunteers, and donors – many of whom are also one in the same – exhibit every year. In our ongoing improvement of our academic program, OSA is continuing its development as a Linked Learning Pathway School with integrated Career Technical Education (CTE). This opportunity provides OSA students with the immediate application of academic concepts to career relevant skills. Students will take on job-ready leadership and project responsibilities, working together as a professional team across their chosen art fields of study. This will not only prepare them for college, but a career of their choice. We’re also energized to see our student scores increase on our standardized tests.

Finally, OSA says farewell to longtime Board Chair Rebecca Eisen and Board Members Lucella Harrison, Dr. Bruce Lawrence, and Randi Gallenson. OSA thanks them for their many years of service on OSA’s Board of Directors. We also welcome new members Buddy James, Theresa Mak, and Milica Mitrovich, who bring a diversity of experience in the arts, education, and the law to OSA’s Board. The OSA community accomplished much last year, and the following pages capture a slice of the moments and efforts for which we are so proud. The hard work of the OSA community has positioned OSA for even greater success in the year ahead. We thank you for your contributions that make exceptional, public arts education possible for over 750 Oakland and Bay Area students every year. Truly, the Oakland community and our students wouldn’t be the same without OSA.

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Together we set new records for the OSA Annual Fund, both in dollars raised and in family participation. The steps we have taken together have generated sizable momentum that we now carry into the year ahead. This growing support is critical for OSA to not only maintain but improve the education we offer in grades 6 – 12 each year.

Sincerely,

Brian KÖhn

Elise Darwish

Executive Director

Chair, Board of Directors

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A SPECIAL THANK YOU TO DEPARTING BOARD MEMBERS

Dr. Bruce Lawrence (left) and Lucella Harrison (right).

Rebecca Eisen ( far left) and Randi Gallenson (second from right) with Governor Jerry Brown and fellow OSA Board Members.

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OSA Board of Directors Chair Rebecca Eisen and Board Members Lucella Harrison, Dr. Bruce Lawrence, and Randi Gallenson completed their terms on OSA’s Board of Directors at the end of last fiscal year. The Board of Directors is an all-volunteer governing board. We thank each of these members for their many years of dedicated service to OSA. Each of their contributions has helped OSA achieve the growth and success we see today, from the school’s early beginnings in the portables on San Pablo Avenue to its big move into the Fox Theater. Their insight, leadership, and philanthropy has sustained OSA, and we are grateful for their many years of support.

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UNIFYING LEADERSHIP ONE SCHOOL, ONE VISION

ALL-SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AND VICE-PRINCIPAL OSA has moved to an all-school leadership model. Staci Smith, former middle school Principal, is now Principal and Mr. Oz, former high school Principal, is now Assistant Principal for all grades 6-12. Their all-school leadership will allow OSA to be more responsive to individual student needs and school-wide demands, fulfilling the four pillars of OSA’s Strategic Plan.

Theatre Department Chair Matthew Travisano is now also OSA’s Artistic Director. Mr. Travisano leads all Arts departments and collaborates with Leadership to implement Linked Learning Pathways and CTE within the arts curriculum and maintain and develop artistic industry partnerships. Vocal Music instructor Cava Menzies is now also OSA’s Diversity & Equity Coordinator, a new position at OSA. Her work intensifies OSA’s efforts to intentionally create a school environment that is diverse, equitable, and accessible to all.

CHIEF ACADEMIC OFFICER Phillip Gedeon has joined OSA as Chief Academic Officer, also a new position at OSA. He has over 13 years of experience at the district and state level in public and charter schools. Mr. Gedeon most recently served as Director and Principal of Synergy Quantum Academy, a STEM focused charter school in Los Angeles.

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ARTISTIC DIRECTOR AND DIVERSITY & EQUITY COORDINATOR

Mr. Gedeon will collaborate with Art and Academic Department Chairs and Leadership to develop formative, summative, and authentic student learning assessments as well as establish data-based, department-wide goal setting. He will also lead group and one-on-one teacher coaching to implement instructional best practices, from lesson planning to technology use in the classroom.

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DEVELOPING CTE AND LINKED LEARNING PATHWAYS

Students sound-mixing in OSA Deptartment of Audio Production & Engineering’s Neil “Spyder” Geraldo Recording Studio.

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Last year, OSA continued its development as a Linked Learning Pathway School and took further steps to integrate Career Technical Education (CTE) into its high school arts curriculum. OSA has always sought out learning connections between arts and academics. Now, OSA is formalizing these connections through career-oriented Linked Learning Pathways and CTE programs that optimize the college and career readiness of OSA students.

CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION In 2017/18, OSA developed six CTE programs (Dance, Graphic Design, Media Arts, Fashion Design, Vocal Music Performance, Audio Production & Engineering) that are now implemented in the 2018/19 school year, with five more pathways in development. These programs involve a multi-year sequence of coursework that integrates academic curriculum with technical and occupational knowledge to provide students with job-ready skill-sets upon graduation. Each CTE program is represented on OSA’s CTE Advisory

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Committee, a committee comprised of working professionals who advise OSA faculty and administration on curriculum and creating authentic, work-based learning opportunities. The California Department of Education (CDE) evaluates OSA’s CTE programs. The CDE completed a site visit in March 2018 and was pleased with OSA’s commitment to authentic work-based learning. This resulted in a CDE grant awarded to OSA to build a Film & Television production CTE pathway in partnership with IATSE Stagehands Union Local 107. Within the next two years, OSA is poised to become a CDE demonstration site for CTE programs as it continues to develop and implement its pathways.

Linked Learning is an all-school, all-student effort to make every student’s education more relevant, engaging, and effective for college preparedness and career readiness. OSA has long maintained a college prep academic program aligned with UC admissions criteria and a 98-100% graduation rate year after year - but we need to do more. In a landscape where college affordability is a real question in the minds of our students and families, OSA recognizes the growing needs for college prep and career readiness to be taught in tandem. OSA is also evaluating equity amongst our students and assessing where we can better serve all students. OSA has received local Measure N funds from OUSD to develop pathways that incorporate Linked Learning’s four essential pillars: »» »» »» »»

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LINKED LEARNING PATHWAYS

Rigorous Academics Technical Skills Work-Based Learning Personalized & Integrated Student Support

The Linked Learning Pathways that are in development at OSA integrate these four essential elements, offering learning experiences that inspire and motivate while preparing students for success in their postsecondary education and careers. •

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STUDENT AND ALUMNI NEWS

OSA’s a cappella group Vocal Rush performing at OSA’s Spring Benefit 2018, hosted by Gordon and Ann Getty. Vocal Rush earned the honor to perform at an international open at Carnegie Hall in September 2017.

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VOCAL RUSH With their win at IACHSA, OSA’s a cappella group Vocal Rush earned the honor to perform and compete at the International Championship of A Cappella Open 2018 Finals in New York City at Carnegie Hall. It was a memorable evening for Vocal Rush, performing on a world-class stage with internationally accomplished a cappella groups such as Women of the World quartet, which took home 2017’s top honors.

PRODUCTION DESIGN OSA Alum Jalua Dell, Class of 2017 Production Design, won Best Scenic Design at the Theatre Bay Area Awards for her work on the Flight Deck production of The Winter’s Tale.

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“I have inherited my grandmother’s face. When my grandfather looks at me he cries. When my father looks at me he smiles.” Justine Courtney-Huang, Class of 2021

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FASHION DESIGN

Students in Literary Arts Oral Histories class interned with The Contemporary Jewish Museum’s Teen Art Connect program to record individual audio stories for the exhibition What We Hold: Youth Voices on Roots and What Matters Most. The students participated in workshops with professional storyteller, Josh Healy, and radio producer Liz Mak. Class of 2021 Justine Courteney-Huang’s work, excerpt above, was featured on official exhibition promotional materials. The audio recordings reflect the following prompting question: “What do we inherit, embody, and echo from previous generations?”

Nyah Ginwright, Class of 2018 Fashion Design, participated in an internship at the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), where she explored the intersection of fashion and African American identity with five other talented high school students. Nyah presented her research to Smithsonian Scholars in Washington D.C. at the Youth Access Grant Forum. Nyah’s work with MoAD supported a multi-year project titled The Will to Adorn: African American Dress and the Aesthetics of Identity, an initiative by the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage.

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Nyah Ginwright speaking at the Smithsonian’s Youth Access Grant Forum in Washington, D.C.

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ALUM ANNIE FREITAS: HUMANIZED POLICY CHANGE FOR INCARCERATED AND FORMERLY INCARCERATED PEOPLE

Alum Annie Freitas is Co-Founder of Operation Restoration and a founding member of the Louisiana Prison Education Coalition.

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Alum Annie Freitas, OSA Theatre Class of 2007, is making significant prison and re-entry reform efforts a reality from her state of Louisiana. As Co-Founder of Operation Restoration (OR), a New Orleans based non-profit that advocates for education and human rights for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women, Annie has worked on impactful policy measures such as “ban the box” Louisiana Act 276, and the Louisiana Dignity Act. LA Act 276 aims to end the discrimination faced by people with a criminal history when applying to institutions of higher education, and the Louisiana Dignity Act, passed in May 2018, ensures that incarcerated women have access to women’s healthcare products and also restricts male correctional officers from entering areas where women are in a state of undress. Advocating for “ban the box” nationwide is currently one of Annie’s primary projects. The Louisiana legislation restricts all public colleges and universities from asking applicants about their criminal history. Having passed the legislation in her state, Annie and OR are now building a nationwide coalition of support for “ban the box”, promoting similar policy

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changes at state and local levels. Currently, 12 states are engaged in “ban the box” efforts, with a formerly-incarcerated and educated representative leading reform efforts in each state. The original legislation for “ban the box” was inspired by Louisiana House Representative Vincent J. Pierre after he heard OR Founder Syrita Steib-Martin speak at a forum about her experience applying to college as a formerly-incarcerated person. Annie and Syrita didn’t know about the proposed legislation at first, but when they were alerted to it and read the bill over they knew it would need extensive revision. They began collaborating with Rep. Pierre, effectively re-writing the bill, and eventually gained its signing into law in 2017.

At this young age, Annie experienced the inequities of the criminal justice system firsthand. Annie was allowed options other than juvenile detention, such as Youth Court, a dedicated social worker, and community service opportunities. Ultimately her criminal history was expunged. Annie is also white. Though Annie was able to find leniency and more agreeable outcomes, she recounts that non-white youth often did not receive the same alternatives that she did. Their offenses and previous encounters with the law were similar to Annie’s, yet Annie witnessed that the non-white youth were more likely to be sent to juvenile detention centers than be given a chance at social recourse.

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Annie and Syrita first met while attending many of the same policy and advocacy events. Annie, then a first-year Ph.D. student in Tulane University’s City, Culture, and Community program, recognized their similar interests in reform and education work for incarcerated and formerly-incarcerated people, particularly women. Annie and Syrita also share similar traumatic experiences from their youth, including criminal convictions. Syrita was sentenced to ten years in federal prison at the age of 19 and was released at the age of 28. Annie had a difficult childhood and a hard time in school prior to her enrollment at Oakland School for the Arts. She very nearly failed 8th grade and had been arrested a few times by the age of 13.

As Annie navigated the legal system as a minor, she continued to struggle in her middle school. Annie’s mother found Oakland School for the Arts and thought it could be a better fit for Annie. Annie applied to OSA and was

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Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards signs LA Act 276 into law. At Operation Restoration, OSA Alum Annie Freitas (second from left) helped Syrita Steib-Martin (third from left) write and lobby the new legislation.

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accepted into the 9th grade class in the Theatre Department. She passed 8th grade at her middle school, and on she went to a new kind of school and a better future. “OSA saved me,” says Annie. At OSA, Annie felt engaged in class again, including her academic coursework. School was now a place that could help Annie. The immersive arts programming and dedicated faculty created an environment where Annie could succeed and enjoy learning. She was struck by how much OSA teachers cared about each of their students’ education and well-being. She found mentors that believed in her. Annie remarked, “OSA gave us the crazy idea that we could do anything we wanted.” After graduating from OSA, Annie went on to double-major in Theatre and Psychology at Scripps College in Claremont, CA. At Scripps, Annie joined the college’s prison education program, learning about research that validated many of her personal experiences. She taught at a juvenile detention center for three years, culminating in a theatrical production of Othello with her

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“Challenge yourself to connect with the humanity of other people and people who are in situations of oppression.” - Annie Freitas, Theatre, Class of 2007

Annie and her fellow OR Co-Founder Syrita both personally endured the hurdles presented by difficult childhoods and criminal convictions, and they also experienced how a meaningful education can transform a life. Syrita was able to complete community college coursework while incarcerated. After re-entry she was finally able to circumvent “the box” on her college application, gaining access to the postsecondary education she needed and wanted to support her family. Annie found an engaging arts education at OSA that sustained her through high school and helped make going to college a reality. Her OSA education developed the skills and mindset she needed to pursue a new trajectory of hope and success. Annie has remained involved with OSA, collaborating with faculty and last year served as the commencement speaker for the Class of 2018 graduation. Along with their work to “ban the box” nationwide, Annie and OR are involved in many other efforts, including the Women FIRST Clinic that provides classes and support for formerly incarcerated women to pursue their educational goals. Annie also is a founding member of the Louisiana Prison Education Coalition (LPEC). Launched in 2016, LPEC works to develop partnerships between colleges and prisons to ensure that every incarcerated person in Louisiana has access to higher education. To learn more about Annie’s work and causes, visit Operation Restoration’s website at www.or-nola.org. For readers interested in supporting “ban the box” in the San Francisco Bay Area, Annie recommends the All of Us or None Oakland Chapter. •

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incarcerated students. It was rewarding to teach, building trust with her students and creating opportunities for unrestricted improvisation in an environment that is purposely structured and restricting. Annie’s Theatre training has benefited her in other meaningful ways, including her work with Operation Restoration. Theatre enhanced her public speaking and aptness for advancing policy work. Her skills also help those who have faced trauma understand, communicate, and control their life story.

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LITERARY ARTS LEILA MOTTLEY NAMED 2018 OAKLAND YOUTH POET LAUREATE

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Literary Arts’ Leila Mottley is Oakland’s 2018 Youth Poet Laureate. The Oakland Public Library describes the Oakland Youth Poet Laureate program as an unprecedented citywide effort to celebrate literacy through poetry and connect young writers to far-reaching opportunities. The Laureate is awarded an educational scholarship and serves as an ambassador for literacy, arts, and youth expression. Leila is also a Youth Speaks poet. Above, watch her perform her work titled “Black Woman Matters Too” at Youth Speaks Teen Poetry Slam Finals, which took place at the Nourse Auditorium, San Francisco, in April 2018.


Spyder Giraldo (second from left) with donors Ron Dreisbach ( far left) and Eric Rudney (center), with Vocal Music and AP&E students and faculty.

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VOCAL MUSIC AND AP&E

Visual Art 11th grade students were featured by the de Young Museum’s online blog for their Precisionist works inspired by their visit to the de Young’s exhibition Cult of the Machine. Students created technically and conceptually sophisticated paintings of present day landscapes, using geometric form, amplified color schemes, and smooth textures to render their subjects in styles typical of the Machine Age.

OSA High School Choir and Audio Production & Engineering students had the opportunity to record with major recording artist Neil “Spyder” Giraldo. The recording session coincided with professional recording equipment upgrades made possible by generous OSA donors Ron and Marianne Dreisbach and Eric Rudney.

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Student Eli Fredenburg’s painting inspired by the de Young’s exhibition Cult of the Machine. 2018, Acrylic on canvas, 20” x 20”.

POSSE SCHOLARSHIPS Class of 2018’s Brittani McBride, Theatre, and Lena Costales-Downey, Visual Art, received four-year scholarships to Boston University through the Posse Foundation. Posse identifies, recruits, and trains individuals with extraordinary leadership potential. Posse Scholars receive full tuition leadership scholarships from Posse’s partner colleges and universities.

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OSA’s High School Big Band and Instrumental Music instructor Dave Ellis at the 56th annual Reno Jazz Festival.

INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC

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OSA made its first appearance at the nationally renowned 56th annual Reno Jazz Festival. The festival hosts over 350 school groups and 9,000 participants. OSA’s High School Big Band placed 4th overall in the AAAA class, competing against 15 other talented bands. OSA students also took home individual awards, including Class of 2018 Matthew Duldulao for Best Soloist: Trombone for the entire festival.

DANCE Class of 2018 Dance students were accepted to several postsecondary Dance programs. Senior Joshua Ponton was accepted to Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program and Summer Program, London Contemporary Dance School, and UNCSA Summer Intensive. Dance Seniors also made their professional debuts last year with OSA’s resident Savage Jazz Dance Company in their 25th Anniversary Home Season, Sketches of Oakland. Class of 2018, Dance, Joshua Ponton. Photography: Mark Kitoaka.

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Digital Media faculty are proud to share that of their 17 graduates last year, 10 are currently enrolled in postsecondary Digital Media programs, or are already working in the field. Universities and colleges at which their Class of 2018 Alums are currently studying include The New School, Cal State Chico, UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, and University of Oregon.

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SMARTER BALANCED TESTING RESULTS 2017/18 marked year three of reported results from California’s new Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) standardized testing. SBAC testing is administered in the areas of English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA) and Mathematics for grades 6 - 8 and 11. Test content and scoring becomes more rigorous with each ascending grade level. OSA is pleased to announce that 2018 results show percentage increases in combined “met� and “exceeded� levels upon last year’s scores in five of eight subject tests, including double-digit percentage increases for 8th grade ELA and Math, and 11th grade Math. OSA continues to maintain higher combined “met� and “exceeded� scores than the CA statewide averages.

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HOW 2018 OSA SBAC RESULTS COMPARE TO STATEWIDE AVERAGES

         



 



 



 





  

    

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In 2017/18, OSA students taking AP exams scored with a higher pass rate (74%) than the California statewide average (63.7%) and the national average (61.3%). On average, 25% of OSA students who took AP exams received the top score of 5 vs. the California statewide average of 15%. Two OSA students also had top PSAT scores that qualified them for PSAT’s National Hispanic Recognition Program.

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EXCELLENCE IN AP & PSAT TESTING

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OSA graduated 99% of the Class of 2018, with 85% of the those students applying to four and two year postsecondary programs. 99% of students who chose to apply to postsecondary programs received acceptance letters.

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OSA 2017/18 STUDENT DEMOGRAPHICS GRADES 6-12 ETHNICITY 16% Two or More Races 18% African-American 14% Hispanic/Latino

5% Asian

37% White

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9% Not Reported <1% Filipino <1% Native American <1% Pacific Islander

Source: California Department of Education, CALPADS DataQuest, dq.cde.ca.gov/dataquest/

WHERE OSA STUDENTS LIVE 63% of OSA Students reside in Oakland

Source: OSA, PowerSchool Oct. 2018. Data reflects students currently enrolled Oct. 12, 2017.

37% of OSA Students Reside in 44 other Bay Area Cities

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FINANCIAL STATEMENT Oakland School for the Arts End of Fiscal Year 2017/2018

REVENUES State Revenue $5,894,295 Federal Revenue $123,344 Other State Revenue $1,871,068 Fundraising Revenue $1,588,069 Other Local Revenue $650,896 Misc. Revenue $37,047

EXPENSES Certificated Employees $2,686,070 Classified Employees $3,301,081 Employee Benefits $1,313,163 Books & Supplies $429,875 Services & Other Operating* $1,580,688 Depreciation & Amortization $242,856

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Total Revenues $10,164,719

Total Expenses $9,553,733 *does not include Prepaid Rent Expense

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A LANDMARK YEAR FOR THE ANNUAL FUND OSA donors stepped up in big ways last year! OSA’s generous contributors to the Annual Fund exceeded last year’s Annual Fund goal by raising an incredible $515,000. The Annual Fund is the backbone of fundraising at OSA, supporting critical school needs such as faculty salaries, arts supplies and equipment, technology, and facilities. Not only was last year’s Annual Fund the most fruitful in dollars raised, we also celebrated the highest family participation rate in OSA’s history, with 68% of OSA families making a contribution. 100% of OSA Board Members also contributed to the 2017/18 Annual Fund. Thank you for an incredible year.

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2017/18 ANNUAL FUND BY THE NUMBERS

557 donors 1,620 gifts 68% family participation 100% Board Member participation

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From far left, Gordon Getty with Gov. Jerry Brown applaud Instrumental Music student Jason Larios’ performance of Chopin Polonaise Op. 53 at OSA’s 2018 Spring Benefit.

This past Spring, Gordon and Ann Getty hosted OSA for its annual Spring Benefit with Governor Jerry Brown. Gov. Brown has maintained a strong relationship with OSA since its founding, and Gordon and Ann Getty have been generous hosts for OSA fundraising events over the past fifteen years. OSA extends its thanks to the Gettys and to all of those who attended for their support to our school - the event raised nearly $700,000 for general operating and technology needs. OSA would also like to thank Gov. Jerry Brown for his continued passion and support since the school’s founding. It was a warming evening with moving salon-style performances from OSA Instrumental Music, Literary Arts, Vocal Music, and Theatre students. An OSA arts education isn’t possible without such expressions of philanthropy.

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THANK YOU TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS! • indicates matching gifts • indicates recurring monthly or quarterly gifts

PRESIDENT’S CIRCLE $100,000 + Lytton Rancheria of California

LEADER’S CIRCLE $50,000 + Sierra Pacific Foundation Arthur Rock and Toni Rembe Rock

BENEFACTOR’S CIRCLE $25,000 +

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Gordon and Ann Getty AT&T Bank of America Comcast Denny Abrams Gilead Sciences Inc. Michael Moritz and Harriet Heyman Moss Foundation Rebecca and James Eisen

PATRON’S CIRCLE $10,000 + AB&I Foundry Alma Gaoaen Another Planet Entertainment CAL FIRE Local 2881 California Association of Highway Patrolmen Diane B. Wilsey FedEx Corporation Hashem Minaiy InterPacific Group, Inc.

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Kaiser Permanente Larry Lee Hillblom Foundation Pacific Gas and Electric Company Pulte Group Resnick Family Foundation Ron and Marianne Dreisbach Rudney Associates Sara and Mike Khoury • Sharon and Christophe Le Duy Susan and Moses Libitzky T. Rowe Price Foundation, Inc. Walmart Stores, Inc. Wells Fargo Bank Wescott Foundation

CURATOR’S CIRCLE $5,000 + Albertsons/Safeway Companies Anonymous Anonymous Bandcamp Inc. Barona Band of Mission Indians California Apartment Association California Charter School Association (CCSA) California Commerce Club, Inc. California Fire Foundation California Hospital Association Continental Development Corporation Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy Doris & Donald Fisher Fund Foster Interstate Media, Inc. Geoffrey and Carolyn Watson Guthrie Dolin • Jessica Natkin and Blair Biddle John and Marcia Goldman Philanthropic Fund Karima Cammell and Duncan Brown


LEADERSHIP CIRCLE $2,125 + Albert and Shauna Olson Hong Alex and Haleh Cunningham • • Amy Smith and Michael Harrison Angelica and Eric Matsuno Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Becky Pizer and Eric Ettlinger Bonnie K. Rousseau Caitlin Sweeney and Ian Britton California Community Foundation Chris and Lilly Krenn Chris Stubbs and Sandy Swing Christy and Ignacio Vaca • Danine and Ryant Diew David and Stacy Eisenmann •

David Devlin David Hillman and Elizabeth Pauw • Deidre T. Martin and Peter Yaroschuk Deirdre and Jason Freeman Dr. Dianne Rush Woods Dr. Susanna Gordon and Eli Rotenberg • Elaine Logue and Greg Gutbezahl Elissa Berall and Carl Gaard Elizabeth McKenzie and Garth Leerer • Frances Pizer Gary Spenik & Deborah White • Heather Siglin and Mauric William Osser • House of K Igor Gasowski Isbrand Ho Jaime Maldonado & Cindy Ng • James Marks and Ruth Marks Jean-Francois Racine and Anne Hebert Jeff and Lisa Songster Jeffrey and Romy Douglass • Jennifer and Robert Russ • Jessica Strick and Erik Thogersen Joel and Katya Gerwein Jonathan and Jackie Dharmapalan Joshua and Anita Rotenberg Julie-Ann Cesareo and Tim Dense Karen Dufilho and Dan Rosen Kate Wadsworth and Stephen Baker Katherine Marx and Carl Stein Kevin Lancaster Memorial Fund Kristina and Robert Jones L. Kenneth Brooks La Plazita Preschool Lana and Andrew Hurteau Laura Abrams and George Wolffsohn Leslie and Owen Vaughan Linda Jaskol and Steve Maclauchlan

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Kim Collins and Jim Capobianco • Margaret Quattrin Martijn Cohen and Valerie Hamill • Michael and Lori Milken Family Foundation Miranda Lux Foundation Randi Gallenson Richard Richetta Rocio Haas Roger Gould and Cathy Wagner • Sippel Farb Family Fund State Building and Construction Trades Council of California Steve Allen • The Clorox Company Foundation The Doctors Company United Airlines Wells Fargo Foundation Zenith Insurance Company

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DONOR ROLL CONT.

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Lisa Oberg and Scott Cohen Lorie and Annemary Franks • Marcus Hibser and Kelly Tabor Margaret McAdam and Charles Stilphen Marisa and Ernest Johnson • Mark Lecker Matthew Crossland and Jennifer Crossland Matthew Novak Michael Barr Michael Hedrick and Julie Glass Milicia Mitrovich Elise and Sayed Darwish Nancy Malone and Bruce Brubacker Nelson and Mika Max Paul Greyson • Peter Brodsgaard • Philppa Roberts-Porter and Brian Porter Pilar Strutin-Belinoff and Adam Feldman Robin and Martin Krizay Romy Falck and Julian Fountain • Sharon Simpson Soo Zee Park and Peter Birkholz Supriya Pandit Sven and Karin Jensen • The San Francisco Foundation

VIRTUOSO CIRCLE $1,500 + Abby and Ariel Klein • Adam and Deidre Abrons Angel and Scott Clifford • • Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anna Bahnson Charlie and RJ Harrison • Christine and Brian Chrisman • Ellen and Martin Klein Eric and Pamela Trawick Esti and Udi Sosnik Francis Upton IV

George Lucas Family Foundation Janeen Smith Mesa and Luis Mesa • • Jean-Francois Revon and Theresa Bui Jeffrey Eckber and Gayley Stephenson Jennifer and John Lyell Joe Lachoff and Patricia Gima • • Kathleen Barrett • Lauren Lee and Scott Soo-Hoo • Lucella T. Harrison Martha Lyman • Melinda Parker and Eric Angstadt Mr. David Eifler and Ms. Rachel Morello-Frosch Natasha Haugnes and John Tuttle Nicole Jurjavcic Sean and Michelle Fitts • Stefan Galvez-Abadia and Natalia Aurrecoechea Suvi Sharma and Meena Palaniappan

ARTISAN CIRCLE $500 + Alessandra Mortola Alexandra Leban and Helga Sigvaldadottir • Alina Remba and Domenec Jolis Amy Huang and Will Courtenay Anitra Clark and James Thomas • • Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Ann Kawamoto Ann Park and Stephen Trowbridge Barbara Luck and Charles Aquilina Barbara McCollum and Tom McCollun Benjamin and Melanie Marcus Benjamin Doyle and Anna Kingsley • Beth Houghton and Chris Haag Bettina and Vincent Minoue Bobbie and Daniel Fernandez • Brandon Weir •


Hilari Allred and Safiali Rouhi Howard Mah and Agnes-Trinh Le In Situ Jacob Lustig • Jacqueline Kramer Jacqui Kariagin and Richard Dry • Jane Henderson and Kevin Shea • Janice Alamillo Jason and Patricia Crane Jeff and Lynn Glick Jennifer and James MacDaniel • Jennifer and Jeffrey Smith Jennifer and Greg Tatem Jessica and Justin Wittmayer Jill Foley and Tom E. Zakim Jnana and Jeffrey Gowan • Jo Ann Aita and Jason Lockwood John Calderon • John Inouye John Nakama Joni and Anthony Luce • Jose Oliva Joshua Cohen & Ellen Eisen Josie and Ben Levi Julie and Michael Taylor Juliet Bashore and Chris Walker Karen and Daniel Shows Karen M. McClinchey and Bartosz M. Jaworski Karen Smith and Jordan Shapiro • Karen Wertman and Daniel Dal Corso Karin Hardison & Tracey Cosgrove • Kathryn and Bruno Kark Kathryn and Andrew Danish Katy Nunez-Adler and Jorge Nunez • Katya Min and Paul Kim Kenn M. Adams Kisha C. Grove Kris Bradburn & Jolie M. McRae Kriselle Caparas and Sorell Raino-Tsui • Lila Sklar Harrison and Benjamin Conrad Lisa Nash and Robert Resnick

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Lisette and Trent Ruane Lourdes Haro and Cesar Barravino Maki Thomason and Aaron Thomason Marc and Leslie Duchesneau Marc Shaffer and Karen Eisenberg Marcia Raymond Margaret Schultz and Brian Z. Lewis • Mary Krenn McMullen Megan Atchley Michael Baus Michael De Rosa • Michael Dwyer and Lauren Schneider Michael Zukerman Michele and Jason Blackwell Mick and Cindy McCaffrey Mindy Rousseau and Efren Franco • Miriam and Gerald Friedkin Roselyne C. Swig Myra Mitzman and Richard Doty Naama Raz Yaseef and Ofer Raz Naila and Ryan Jenson Natalie and Ronnie Chriss • • Nedra and Shawn Ginwright • Nicolette Bot-Sommer and Bob Sommer Nimaljeet and Cesar Tarango Omar Ortega Patti and Jason Crane Philanthropic Ventures Foundation PLAE, Inc. Rachel Brodie Rachel Estrella and Brian Kowal • Raymond Marshall Rebekah Evenson and Dimitrios Kambouridis Red Dog Retreat • Reid Buckley Richard C. Barker Rill Baldyga and Steve Miller Robert and Debra Sopkic Rolf Nelson and Maria Grazia De Angelis Nelson •

Ruth Greenberg • Ruth Halperin • Sarah and Nathan Stephens • Sergio De La Torre • Shahab Laal Shalom and James Bruhn Sherna Perez and Jose Perez Valls • Stephanie Jacobs Stephanie Losee • Steven and Betsy Borg • Steven and Janet Runyan • • Steven Glazer Steven Young and Kelley Flynn • • Susan Ketchner and Ben Schwartz • Susanna Falk and Ashley Kennedy Sylvia and Michael Elsbury Tami Driver and Evan James Palmer • Tara De Rosa • Tara and Marc Runyan • Teresa Taylor and John Metellus Theresa Vaillancourt Trudy Brown and Erich Metting Van Rijn • Uiko and Eisuke Tsuyuzaki Valerie Chan Vicky and John Griffin

UNDER $500 Aaron Terrell and Amber Richardson • Adam Kleinberg Adrienne and Jude Ramirez • Aedan Closson Aida Salazar and John Santos Al Germain Alameda Best Local Charities Alan Parker Alejandro Velasco Alena Rudolph Alexander Sens and Serena Schorr Alisa Clements and Jason Cain Alisha Blau and Eric Braun •


Bruce Brubaker Camille N. Fernandez Carmen Perez Vergara Carol Isen & Linda Stonier Carolyn Tsosie and James Williamson Catherina Watters and Richard Watters Chairman Morey Riordan Chel Svendsgaard • • Chiyo Nukaga and Richard Jacobus Christina Chambers and Jon Chambers Christina Holling and Justin Pyne Christina Moraes and Evan Reeves Christine Atkins Christine Bately and Nathan Bately • Christopher and Trang Pawlowski Christopher DeWeerd and Wendy DeWeerd Christopher Haag Christopher Oberg Cliff Flamer and Molly Glockler Colleen Haraden-Gorski and Walter Gorski Colorado Kagan and Mitch Costanza Corinne Jonas Mayer and Jonathan Mayer Crystal Johnson and Pam Boyle Cynthia Stewart and Greg Stewart Dagoberto and Maria Fernandez Dane Moore David Coglizer David Gillman David Rokeach and Yolanda Baber David Smith Dayna Davis and Jerry Jameson Denise Doyle • Diana Stevenson and David Stevenson Diane Douglass Dieisha Hodges-Wade and Stephen Wade Don and Linda Malone Dorothy Martinez Dorothy Steele Douglas Smith and Pamela Smith Duane Jones

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Allison Vonk and Boudewijn Vonk Alyson Weir Amalie Hazelton and Scott Hewitt • Amanda Alba and Shawn Davis AmazonSmile Amber Heyer-Rasmussen • Amy and Ben Brain Amy Baker and Gary Landis Amy Gaerlan and John Gaerlan Anchor Electric Inc Andrea and Jay Dodge Andrea Brewster and Seyed Alavi Andrea Crane Andres Cediel Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anonymous Anna Taliaferro Anne Ashbey and Louis Pierotti Anne Janks and Charles Idelson Anne Neunsinger and Tom Curtin Anne Steinberg Annie and Danny Chang Anthony Baraceros and Joni Luce Anya Axelrod and James Culbeaux April Maguigad Arielle Chu and Fernando Moratinos Arlene Saxonhouse Astrid Rohlmann and Markus Missler Ava Rose Brooks Azaria Bailey-Curry and Malhilk Seals Barbara and Jerry Schauffler Barbara Schramm and Steven Weinstein Becky Potter Beth Vandervennet and Tim Carless Betty Isbell Bob Lewis and Susan Zack Lewis Bonnie and Francisco Machuca Book Your Life Brenton Cheng and Terese Gjernes • Briana Di Mara

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Edson Martinez Edward Lau Elisa Isaacson and Lawrence Brewster Elizabeth Anderman Elizabeth Swarthout Emily Kaplan Kopp and Andrew Kopp Emre Cilem Erica Reischer and Ricardo Craft Erik Miller and Dinah Mattick Fawn and Thomas Downs Gavin Abom and Suzanne Popkin Gaylon Parsons and Brendan Doherty Gerald Kopels Gianna Abondolo and Francisco Mayo Gillian Gillette and Luis Valdez Glynn Washington • Heather King and Graham Barry King Helen Bernard Gray Herivelto and Maria Pereira • Hilda Defrisco Hillery Trippe Hongyu Min • Ms. Hyun Joo Chung and Mr. Darren Kim Ian Swinson • Ingrid Simone Patrick Isabelle Ho Ismael Aguilar and Maria Gonzales Ivy Tom and George Chan Jacqueline Bowers and John Bowers James Habing Jamie Keshet Janet Hunter • • Janet Leban Janice Cheng Janice Oliver Jeanette Inouye Jeff Wizig & Deborah Rollfs Jeffrey Perlstein Jenna and Chris Bates Jennifer Chan and Eugene Bradley Spielman Jennifer Dolin

Jennifer Esteen Jennifer Gomez-Manuel and Ariel Wolansky Jennifer Vazquez and Ruben Vazquez • Jeremy Coyne Jill Neely and Evelio Rogue • Joan Furey Joanne Garrison John and Elizabeth Ettinger John Bowers John Gjernes Jora Trang and Naru Kwina • Jordan Shapiro Joseph Krenn Joseph Zadik Joshua Gamson and Richard Knight Joshua Menke Joshua Pearl and Sophina Vong • Judith Rosenberg Judith Shapiro Juliana Johnson and Aaron Johnson • Julie and Jonathan Boe Julie Gengo Julie Kleinman and Mewail Berhe Julie Moskowitz Julie Pastore Ms. Karen Breslau Karina and Mikko Hal Katherine Alice Gillman and David Anthony Gillman Kathi and Don Roberson Kathleen Quan and Eric Quan Kathryn Thornburg and Nick Thornburg Kathy Baldree and Arturo Icaza Kelley Nayo-Jahi and Desmond Cliett Kelly Evans-Pfiefer Kelly Robinson and Jeffrey Ponton Ken and Linda Koretz Ken Ehrhardt Kendra Collins and Joshua Collins Kenneth and Yulia McCall Kim McDonald and Martin de Jesus


Mary Ellen Miller and Mathias Miller Mary Gamson Mary Moran Matt Parker Mawiyah Johnson Megan Vieira and Andrew Vieira Melissa McBride and Elizabeth Gardner Micah Trilling and Dr. Ortal Kirson-Trilling Michaele James Michele Williams and Alfred Williams Michelle Labrador and Matthew Parker • Miguel Librero Molly Marion Monica Alatorre and Rick Alatorre Monifa Willis and Carlton Williams Myoko Burr and Jeffrey Burr Namita Pandey and Arvind Pandey Nathan Bately Nicki Fbao Nicole Newnham and Thomas Malarkey Nicole Silver Nikki Bas and Brad Erickson • Noah Eisen Olga Sanzheeva-Pezold and Carl Pezold Omar Ortega and Tracey Beckford-Ortega • Ona Lampley Osna Sens Patrice St. Arnaud and Victoria Johnson Patrick Connolly, Jr. Paul Kleinman Paulina Gonzalez and Samuel Gutierrez • Penelope Carless Peter and Evelyn Lee Phil Dolan • Raley’s Ram Hays and Eva Hays Raynor Voorhies Remijio Gallegos and Fina Perez Renata Gallagher

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Kirsten Saxton and Karl Garcia Kristin Morgenstern and Ron McSwain Laius McCormick-Taylor and Bryan Taylor Laura DeLeon and Joshua DeLeon Laura Townsend Laurel Halsey Lauren Smith and Robbie Donohoe Layne Vann Leah Lampley and Homayoun Saffarian Lesley Podesta and Bobby Podesta Leslie Bilbro and Ernest Cash Leslie Orvik Letta Smith and Eric Smith Liliana Moncada and Albert Lopez Linda Geiser and Max Geiser • Linda Sens Lisa Cohen Bennett and Terry Bennett Lisa Cowan Lisa Gendzwill and Daniel Villarreal Lisa Pfeiffer and Walter Craven Lizhen Yang and Hawkin Chan Loren Madden Loretta Greco Luke and Tamara Massman-Johnson Lynne-Rachel Altman Mai Lieu and Douglas Palacios Malieka Bundy and Tod Weiss Mamiyana Brown Mandy Ladin and David Hoffman Mara and Steve Penny • Margaret Huang Margie Callado and Jannel Ray Maria del Mar Damany and Udayan Damany Maria Romero and Jose Romero Maria Simon and Edward Simon Mario Suarez and Hana Mendoza Mark Foxton • • Mark Luevano Mark Runyan Markela Jones Martha Muga and Roman Griffin

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Renee Hoyer Nielsen and Rune Hoyer Nielsen Richard Thalheimer Risto Puhakka ans Maria Puhakka Robert Chambers Robert Favole and Cynthia Remmers Robert Riccardi and Deborah Bowman Ronald and Gail Rubenstein Rose of Sharon Stoneall and Paul Wilson Ruben Rohde and Elizabeth Flanagan Ryan Pappas • Sabrina Chicas and Francisco Chicas Sally Engelfield Samia Arram Sandra Salguero Sandra Vaughn • Sandy Su and Ilya Dorfman Santos Serrano Flores Sara and Josh Sens Sarah Gahl and Aaron Vance Sarah Young • Seong Ha and Gilcha Min Ms. Senami Randolph Shana Sturm Sharon Pollard and Jason Pollard Shayla Murray Sheng Thao and Andre Jones SoleSpace Stephanie Eckhaus and Colleen Sanford • Steven and Teresa Marylander Sue Tico and Ben Silbelus Sujata Roberts and Abner Ezequiel Perez Garcia Susan Andrien and Christopher Andrien Susan Diamond Susan Inouye-Chinn Susan Sekler and Greg Gurnick Susan Weinberg • Susette Min and Jeff Fort Ms. Suzanne Furrer Suzette Mohun and Michael Mohun

Tamar Datan and Sandra Shihadeh Tanya Allen and Leonard Haulcy Hughs Thanhha Ngo The Kula Foundation Thomas and Elizabeth Tucciarone Thomas Kellerman Thomas Wynveen • • Timothy and Linda Mueller Tina Truong Toyota of Oakland Trina Rymland and Zac Rymland Valerie Casey Valerie Kleinman Valerie Le and Binh Truong Vanna Choi and Antoney Wong Veronica Potts Vickie and Michael Maloney Vincent Perez and Leah Perez Wai Pang and Qi Liu Wei-Ling Huber • Wendy Snyder and Ronald Stade Whitney Roland Wilhelmina Marxer and Christopher Heine William and Lillis Raboin William Ellis, Jr. Yamuna Ruiz Yolanda Owens and Mauricio Aguirre Zelda Gamson Zhen B. Shen and Hua B. Xu Zipporah W. Collins


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