Compton High School’s music program is one of the top six in the nation for 2013, according to a GRAMMY Signature Schools Enterprise Award the campus recently won. Pictured above from left, music teacher Anthony Ransfer; Principal Letitia Badley; Assistant Principal, Rodolfo Zendejas, Renee Cobb, Pamela Alexander, Ford Motor Company Fund and Joseph Langford, GRAMMY Foundation. The award comes with a check for $5,500 from the Ford Motor Company Fund. The Enterprise Award recognizes efforts made by schools that are economically underserved. Compton students were also treated to GRAMMY Camp-called Basic Training–where top music industry professional discussed the realities of the music business and careers in music with the students./Photo by Maury Phillips.