LAHSA's AP English class publishes a regular podcast that explores personal and cultural issues. Take a listen and hear what our students have to say:
5 - What We Don't Talk About (thefouroeight.org)
4 - Valentine's Day (thefouroeight.org)
3 - LOSS (thefouroeight.org)
2 - New Beginnings
1 - Expectations
Student ID Policy
To ensure campus safety, LAHSA enforces the RFK Community Schools student ID policy.
LAHSA Students are required to wear their school-provided lanyards and ID cards at all times while on the RFK campus. Students may purchase a LAHSA bracelet in place of their lanyard, but are still required to carry their school ID with them, and to present the necessary identification when asked.
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AYPF Visits LAHSA
At the start of this semester, LAHSA hosted a delegation of state leaders coordinated by the American Youth Policy Forum. The group toured LAHSA classrooms, viewed student presentations, and learned all about our educational history and Linked Learning curriculum.
Read all about their impressions here:
It's been a busy spring/summer at LAHSA. From DTASC, Senior Defenses, and Graduation, to Summer Internships, we've been hustling.
LAHSA in the News
LAHSA's senior defense process was observed by a reporter last year. Find out what they observed as the Class of 2015 examined their high school journey. Read the article here:
Did you know a LAHSA student is a regional finalist in the August Wilson Monologues competition? Want to know how LAHSA's acting and design students did at the fall DTASC meet? How about the final tally of our 4th Change for Change campaign?
Check out some of last semester's achievements on our Fall 2014 Highlights post.
H4unted H4ll '14
October 29, 30, 31. $2 to enter.