Today is Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Rankings aren't everything... And neither are test scores. But when things like this get published, they do seem to validate all the creativity, innovation, and effort that goes into making Los Al what it is each and every day for our students and families.
The Newsweek / Daily Beast High School Rankings came out this week, and Los Al now ranks in the top 1% of all high schools in the America. (For a full list of rankings, CLICK HERE.)
Los Alamitos High School
Monday, May 20
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
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Attention Seniors: It’s time to place your final transcript request with the Records Office, before or after school, nutrition, and lunch. These transcripts are not automatically sent without your final order, made in person at the Records Office, nor will your counselor make it for you. Be sure to clear all Media Center fees, fines and charges before graduation because any outstanding item will place a hold order on final transcripts. Please fill out the YELLOW request form located in the Records Office. Make sure to check with the Records Office to confirm payment of your senior fee. Transcripts will be processed and mailed within 5 days of posting the final grades to your transcript.
Class of 2013
Find out about awards night, senior meetings, caps & gowns,
yearbooks, Baccalaureate, senior luncheon, grad practice,
graduation, graduation tickets, and grad night.
"The best of all things is to learn. Money can be lost or stolen, health and strength may fail, but what you have committed to your mind is yours forever."
|Do you know a Los Alamitos High School alumni who has served in any branch of the United States military? Please help us to enlarge our Wall of Valor, created to honor our grads who help to protect and defend our freedom. Click here...
Tobacco use is prohibited in Los Alamitos Unified School District. In the interest of public health, it is a violation of the Los Alamitos Unified School District Policy Number 434 to use any tobacco product on district property. Los Alamitos Unified is a Tobacco-Free school district.