Los Angeles High School

Congratulations Class of 2017!

Summer School begins June 22nd!

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LACOE Digital Voices Contest Winner, Arnold Sung

Los Angeles captures City Section Division II football title

Los Angeles captures City Section Division II football title

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Totems: Environmental Art

1873 - Oldest public high school in Southern California

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Title IX Complaint Procedure

"No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education program or activity receiving federal financial assistance." Click on the headline to learn about LAUSD's compliance with policies and procedures.

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Upcoming Events

Specialty PD (AVID, ICAP, Magnet, etc)
Date: 9/4/2017, 8 AM 9:15 AM
Location: Library

News & Announcements

Textbooks

Teachers and Students: In order to ensure sufficiency for Summer School PLEASE RETURN ALL TEXTBOOKS to the textbook room (702) immediately. Thank you for your cooperation.

Become a Cheerleader!

Cheerleading can help you in the future. It looks good on your college application. You learn how to work with other girls. We support each other through sisterhood. We started a program called "My Sister es mi Hermana" with Girls Build L.A. We serve as Big Sisters and role models for incoming Freshmen, with a vision of the future. Cheer is more than a sport Join us!!! For more info, contact Virginia Watson at johnettaw55@gmail.com.

Publications Staff Announces Yearbook Completion

The Publications Staff is thrilled to announce they have completed the yearbook! We have NEVER had such a small staff and producing a yearbook full of photography, copywriting, and graphic design is a huge undertaking, especially when our students (unlike other schools) usually only take the class for 1 year (versus 3 years). Congratulations to Christopher Baldwin, Yasmin Barnes, Valery Betancourt, Dareanne Funes, Divine Ibe, Matthew Martinez, Michela Martinez, Crystal Perez, Adrian Ponce, Paige Wi, and Kathryn Yamamoto on a job well-done. Yearbooks will be available after May 22nd.

CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

Students, download and submit the application for this $24,000 scholarship if you are a graduating senior who has a GPA >3.2 and plan on declaring a STEM major when you are accepted to a 4 year university. Click on the headline to get the application.

Career Ready Practices

Teachers, please click on the headline to access the twelve California Career Ready Practices. See how many of them you are able to incorporate into your curriculum. Students, see how many of these practices you are already engaged in. What do you want to learn?

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Honors

LAHS NAMED AS A 2017 RECIPIENT OF THE LAURA BUSH FOUNDATION FOR AMERICA’S LIBRARIES GRANT

The Laura Bush Foundation for America’s Libraries announced Los Angeles High School as a recipient of their nationwide grant. The school’s Ray Bradbury Library will receive $7,000 to purchase literary resources such as books, magazines, and audiobooks. Teacher Librarian James Ng states, “I’m excited for our students and staff, as we plan to add a variety of publication to support research based learning, with special consideration for our STEM Magnet program, Visual Arts focus, and Career and Technical pathways.”  read more ....

LAHS Science Fair

This year's Science Fair was a great success. Congratulations to our 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners for their Biology and Chemistry research projects. Read more....

LAHS Student Wins 2017 Digital Voices Award

Los Angeles High School’s Arnold Sung was selected as a Los Angeles County Office of Education 2017 Digital Voice Awards contest winner for his renewable energy song submission of “It Begins with the Sun”.  “I’m honored by the award, the project was a fun!” shares Sung, a senior in the magnet program. Adding, “we need to get the message out that ‘Earth Day is everyday’, I’m glad I can express it through music.”   “Celebrate Student Voice!”, the theme of the sponsored event, honors teachers and students from across Los Angeles County who are utilizing technology in innovative, creative, and instructionally sound ways.  Sung composed the original piece writing the music and lyrics. He played all instruments and was the primary and backup singers. Additionally he mixed the music and vocals using Apple’s GarageBand.  Sung ends, “special thanks to my teachers, it wouldn’t have happened without their help.” 

Congratulations to Roman Color Guard!

Congratulations to the LA High Color Guard on their first place win at the WGASC Winter Guard Competition with a score of 91, one of the highest scores across all divisions! 

Football Program

As you all know, the Football Program is an important and exciting part of our athletic program. The Los Angeles High School Centennial Celebration, October 20-22, 2017 is fast approaching. Find out how you can help at www.harrison-lahs.org.

Congratulations to LAHS MESA team

Saturday, March 11, 2017 our MESA teams competed at Hamilton High at the Prelims, and came away with first, second, and third place wins in many events. The team would like to thank our school Principal Dr. Yoon, for the support in the MESA program at LA High, Jacqueline Dela Rosa and the ARC team for providing us the resources we need especially our Jacket and our 3D printer. Harrison Trust - for MESA funding, and Mr. Gerson - for his dedication in helping our students.  See results here.

Thank You!

Ms. Evelyn Torres - MESA Coordinator
Ms. Charlotte Fushan - Adviser
Mr. Madali - Adviser

Kudos to Coach Scott for Teaching Life Lesson: "What you don't ever want to do is lose your cool."

Roman Football lost Saturday night 21-6  to Sierra Canyon in a Division 2-A regional bowl game. However they were fortunate to learn an important life lesson that will help them throughout their lives. Stay calm, cool, collected. It's the only way you can make your way through difficult times.

Read about developments in the field of engineering applied to space exploration

Roman Football wins City Section Division II football title

Saturday afternoon in the City Section Division II championship game, our Romans scored 36 consecutive points and forced six turnovers in a 36-6 upset at El Camino College. They now enter the State Champtionship.Read more Romans will face Canon in a very competitive game this Saturday night, December 10th at 7:30 pm at Woodland Hills. Information about a "Spirit Bus" will be available soon.

Congratulations to LA High's JPL Teams!

LA High's Team Diamond and Team Dynamic Nonagon competed in the Finals Saturday 12/3 in the 2016 JPL Invention Challenge Competition. Due to  a change in the scoring procedure, our Team Diamond came in 6th place while the Team Dynamic Nonagon again placed third. Mr. Dante Madali is the principal faculty advisor for these competitions, assisted by teacher Miss Charlotte Fushan. Gordon Gerson is a mentor (LAHS class of S’54).

Congratulations to LA High's International Bridge Building Team!

On Thursday, March 24, 2016 Los Angeles High School's team Romanoid--Xuemei Jiang & Christian Sy-- won first place in the 15th Annual Los Angeles Regional Bridge Building contest. We will represent Los Angeles to compete at the International Competition in Chicago.
 

Congratulations to LA High's MESA Prosthetic Team!

Los Angeles High School's MESA team competed in the “MESA Prosthetic Arm Challenge 2.0" Saturday, February 27th and won First and Second place.  This competition was the UCLA Preliminaries, the first in a series. The next competition is the L.A. Metro or City on April 9th. The City winner goes to State, and the State winner goes to the National Finals. First place team members pictured in the upper right rotating photo: Elisha Mendoza, Andrew Auh, Javier Martinez, and Willie Contreras. Second place team members pictured directly above: Dean Madali, Justin Suh, Juan Toledo, and Juana Jimenez. Those pictured on right and left ends are the UCLA engineering students who acted as judges.
 
 

We are PROUD of our Roman scholars, athletes, and performers who bring great honor and glory to Los Angeles High School.

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