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Student Summer TreeCare Internship 2017


For students who may be looking for a community service opportunity:


TreePeople’s Youth Leadership Program invites Los Angeles area high school students to apply for their Summer Tree Care Internship to help protect our city’s trees. Trees are the most vital resource for environmental well-being in urban areas. Join us in caring for the trees of Los Angeles this summer and help nature heal our city!


Check the attached flyer for more details.


ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE STUDIES CLASS and LAHSA's Tree Troopers Eco-Club  2016-2017 Activities: 


Sta. Monica Beach Clean up

Heal the Bay Aquarium visit

Hyperion Water Treatment Plant guided tour

Environmental Learning Center Visit

Tree People Youth Summit

Dockweiler Beach Clean up


Hi LAHSA family,


Are you one of our EnviroFriend yet? The Planet Green Recycle fundraising program is really simple and easy. All you have to do is gather old inkjet cartridges, and small e-waste devices. Once your box has 20 items of more, ship them to Planet Green Recycle,

using free shipping labels you can download at:




Don’t have any gadgets to recycle yet?

Planet Green is more than a recycling center. Using the empty ink cartridges you send in,

Planet Green remanufactures earth-friendly cartridges in their 35,000 sq. ft. facility in

Chatsworth, CA. They back their ink cartridges with a 100% money-back guarantee.

Shop now at: www.planetgreencartridges.com/treetroopers

Planet Green Brand recycled cartridges are:

Better for our planet,

Great for your wallet, they're up to 70% cheaper.

Every time you make a purchase LAHSA Tree Troopers Eco Club

earns 15% of the sale.

You save, LAHSA Tree Troopers Eco Club raises funds... everyone wins!


Tell your Friends!


Everyone you know buys cartridges, help them go green, and save money too.

Share this link on Facebook, Twitter and other social media, and you’ll help us raise funds.

Support Tree Troopers Eco Club now:



We hope that LAHSA Tree Troopers Eco Club and our planet can count on you to make

the green choice.


Thank you!



Your EnviroFriend,

Mrs. J. Aller

LAHSA Tree Troopers Eco Club Advisor

Biology/Environmental Science Teacher

Los Angeles High School of the Arts

Email: jill.aller@lausd.net

School phone: 2132413350


LAHSA alumni that completed 12th grade district requirements, but were unable to receive a diploma due to the CAHSEE test: 

You are now able to apply for and receive a diploma. Please visit the following site for more information:


Principal of the Year

Our very own principal, Susan Canjura, was honored by the Association of California Administrators as the Region 16 Principal of the Year for 2017!


We are thankful for having Ms. Canjura leading our school. Join us in congratulating her for a job well done!

Student Designers

Congratulations to the following seniors for landing a role in our design team for James and the Giant Peach:


James and the Giant Peach sample set design

Set Designer: Whitney Gonzalez

Assistant Set Designer: Jia De Roxas

Master Carpenter: Lesly Lucas

Properties Master: Marisa Martinez

Scenic Artist: Shirley Lopez

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Lighting Designer: Gustavo Cayetano

Assistant Lighting Designer: Brec Hipolito

Master Electrician: Anabel Martinez

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Costume Designer: Annicka Tiu

Assistant Costume Designer: Evelyn Lopez

Insect Fabrication: Angelica Hernandez

Make-up Design: Yazmin Ruiz

Programmer: Sean Lee




August Wilson Monologue Regional Finalists

Please join us in congratulating Joey Aquino and HaBin Lee for making it to the Regional Finals in this year's August Wilson Monologue competition!


They will take to the Mark Taper stage in February to compete for a spot in the national Finals held at the August Wilson Theatre.


Please also congratulate the 7 other students who made it to the semi-finals: Roger Cordova, Chris de la Cruz, Tiara Jones, Shania Maestrado, Keiry Molina, Adriana Rojas, and Chris Rivas.


That's a record 9 semifinalists for LAHSA this year!


More information about the August Wilson Monologue Competition, including dates and locations, may be found through the Center Theatre Group's website.

Linked Learning Bridges Achievement Gap

LAHSA was recently honored to be one of two schools chosen to host a conference outlining the benefits of Linked Learning. State and federal legislators, as well as teachers and LAHSA students, participated in the day-long event held at both Helen Bernstein and RFK. Follow the link below for more information and to catch a glimpse of LAHSA alumnus Geo Aguilar.



Read all about it at LAUSD Daily

What is LAHSA?

H4unted H4ll '14

October 29, 30, 31.   $2 to enter.



LAHSA Highlights

Season 19 (2016-2017)



Nov 10&17 @ 3:45pm

Nov 18 & 19 @ 7:30pm 




March 30 & April 6 @ 3:45pm

March 31 & April 1, 7, 8 & 7:30pm

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.


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:


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: 

"Should high school students have to ‘defend’ their diploma like a Ph.D?"