High Schools in Los Angeles, CA

Middle College High School
Middle College High School
Middle College High SchoolMiddle College HS, modeled after La Guardia Middle College HS in Queens, NY, was began in 1989 with a grant from the California Community College Foundation. For most of its 18 years, the school occupied between seven and ten temporary bungalows that were the original classrooms of Los Angeles Southwest
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Abbey Road Programs
Abbey Road Programs
Abbey Road ProgramsOur goal is to evolve summer pre-college and study abroad programs for high school students that facilitate cross-cultural understanding and enrichment by delivering an exceptional opportunity for: cultural immersion, intensive language study, college preparation, exposure to new academic subjects, travel
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Dennison Academy
Dennison Academy
Dennison AcademyThis is not just another school with a website. This website is a school-a junior/senior high school for English literate students worldwide. It's distance learning. It's for parents who want the benefits of private education but not the responsibilities of home schooling, and it's for young, independent
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University Senior High School
University Senior High School
University Senior High SchoolUniversity High School (better known simply as UNI) is a secondary school situated in West Los Angeles (a neighborhood of Los Angeles, California) near the border of Santa Monica. Part of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) the University High School campus is located on a sprawling 24-acre
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Heritage High School
Heritage High School
Heritage High SchoolThe mission of the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools, a nonprofit charter management organization, is to open and operate a network of superb tiny high-performing 9-12 and 6-8 public schools in historically underachieving, low income, overcrowded communities in Los Angeles that will significantly