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High Schools in Los Angeles, CA
1.Fairfax Senior High
7850 Melrose Ave
I went there today , and it was pretty cool . It didn't take a while to look for parking , but thats probably because i went about two hours before closing . it was very nice , not crowded . A lot of the vendors were very nice and were up to bargaining . THe only downside were a lot of people weren't willing to bargain , which stunk because i wanted a dress that a man was selling for $40 with stains and holes ! i swear . but other than that , i was extremely pleased , but almost left broke . hahah. thats how cool the stuff is . so bring lots of money ! :]\r \r overall : really amazing things , old and new !\r \r
2.Verbum Dei High School
11100 S Central Ave
Verbum Dei High School is Catholic educational facility that provides a range of learning opportunities for more than 340 students in grades 9 through 12. Founded in 1962, it offers classes in English, math, science, language arts and history. The school organizes football, soccer, basketball and baseball tournaments. Verbum Dei High School also operates yearbook, nature and film clubs. It provides membership opportunities in the National Honor Society. In addition, the school offers extracurricular activities in dance. Verbum Dei High School organizes football tournaments and provides dining services. It is operated by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
3.Ramon C Cortines School Visual Performing Arts
450 N Grand Ave
4.View Park Continuation
4701 Rodeo Rd
yes its a good school i would recomend any one to it
12971 Zanja St
6.Alliance Leichtman-Levine Family Foundation Environmental Science High
2930 Fletcher Dr
I am very happy with the school, the staff, teachers and administration they are very nice and helpful. My son attends this school since 9th grade. I really like it because the environment is safe, they have excellent discipline and have everything under control.
7.Soledad Enrichment Action Charter High
222 N Virgil Ave
Working with youth at risk comes with the good times and the worst times. This organization turns the other way when these young at risk kids need them the most. Especially their parents. Who some have language barriers. Keeping up to date with the clients court appearance. Making sure the families can get transportation to and from the many courts. I know for a fact that the Northeast team do not keep in contact with their clients or there families. Highly disappointed with the leadership at this non profit organization.
8.F D Lanterman High School
2328 St James Pl
Established in 1983, Frank D. Lanterman High School is an educational institution that serves students in grades 7 through 12. It is governed by the Los Angeles Unified School District, which operates several elementary, middle and high schools. The Los Angeles Unified School District's schools offer classes in a variety of subjects, such as language arts, math, science, social studies and computer education. It maintains an early childhood education division that provides a range of support services for students. The district also administers art, music, and speech and language therapy programs. Each of its schools operates a library that houses books and reference materials. Frank D. Lanterman High School is located in Los Angeles.
9.L.A. County High School for the Arts
5151 State University Dr
Opened in 1985, the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts provides specialized instruction and training in dance, music, theater and visual arts. In addition to core courses in various arts, the school has developed programs in film, musical theater and animation. It is governed by the Los Angeles County Office of Education and also offers academic teaching in English, math, physical education, science, computers and social studies. The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts is a tuition-free, public high school that provides education to the students of Los Angeles County in California. The Los Angeles County High School for the Arts is located in Los Angeles.
10.Franklin High School
820 N Avenue 54
Franklin Adult School is an educational institution that offers a variety of academic and technical courses to students. The school conducts classes in the areas of computer science, business, driver s education, foreign languages, home economics, mathematics and music. It also offers courses in public service education, science, social studies, agriculture, art, English, and health and physical education. It is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, which is one of the largest school systems in California. The Los Angeles Unified School District serves more than 690,000 students through several elementary, middle and high schools. Franklin Adult School is located in Los Angeles.
11.Downtown Business High
1081 W Temple St
Downtown Business High School, located in Los Angeles, is part of Los Angeles Unified School District. It enrolls more than 1,100 students in grades nine through 12. Courses offered are based upon state and local graduation requirements and includes core curricular areas, such as English, social science, mathematics and science. In addition to academic core subjects, students have the opportunity to take courses in Spanish, visual arts, drama, band, physical education and business education. Advanced placement courses are available for students who wish to earn college credit while in high school. Career objectives are included in all content areas throughout the curriculum. Downtown Business High School offers numerous extracurricular activities, including sports, such as basketball, volleyball, softball, football and track.
12.Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High
1200 Cornwell St
13.Maxine Waters Employment Prep Center
10925 S Central Ave
The Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center is a division of the adult and career education unit of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It also houses the 62-LEARN public information line. The division is supported by fees and state funds. Its services are provided by professional and paraprofessional personnel. The division provides adult education, immigration services and job training programs for residents of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It provides services at more than 40 locations. The Maxine Waters Employment Preparation Center offers assistance with independent living skills and adapted computer education classes, tutoring services, job training and placement services.
14.Metropolitan High School
727 Wilson St
15.RFK Community Schools-Los Angeles High School of the Arts
701 S Catalina St
16.Washington Preparatory High School
10860 S Denker Ave
17.USC Hybrid High
350 S Figueroa St Ste 100
18.SIATech Academy South
634 S Spring St
19.Camino Nuevo Charter High
1215 Miramar St
20.Edward R. Roybal Learning Center
1200 Colton St
21.Felicitas and Gonzalo Mendez High
1200 Plaza Del Sol St
22.Contreras Learning Center-Academic Leadership Community
322 Lucas Ave
23.Contreras Learning Center-Los Angeles School of Global Studies
322 Lucas Ave
24.School of Business and Tourism at Contreras Learning Complex
322 Lucas Ave
25.Alliance College-Ready Academy High 16
1552 Rockwood St
26.Belmont Senior High
1575 W 2nd St
27.Belmont SH-LA Teacher Preparatory Academy
1575 W 2nd St
28.Youth Build Charter School
155 W Washington Blvd Ste 517
29.Frida Kahlo High
1924 S Los Angeles St
30.Alliance Susan and Eric Smidt Technology High
211 S Avenue 20
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