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Contact Information

Phone # 323-254-3421

Highland Park is one of the 40 continuation schools in the Los Angeles Unifies School District. 90% of the students come from 3 main feeder schools: Franklin, Eagle Rock, and Sotomayor High Schools. We enroll approximately 90 students from diverse ethnic and economic backgrounds.



What Makes Us Unique

Highland Park offers a personalized learning environment for at-promise students and others referred by their home school of residence. Our school is on a continuous enrollment calendar which allows students to enroll at any time during the year,   accommodating students from single track  as well as multi track schools. The philosophy of the continuation school is based on the belief that individuals need variable amounts of time to learn fixed educational standards. Highland Park High School offers a unique instructional program tailored to students who enroll throughout the year and who arrive with wide gaps in learning as well as credit deficiencies. Whether students are referred by the counselor or dean or self refer, they are all welcome at Highland Park. 


We have an RSP teacher on campus part time.

How Do I Enroll ?

· You must be between 16- 17 years of age

· Must have attempted at least one year of high school

· Be referred by a counselor

· If student has an IEP,  we will need a copy  and the RSP teacher will review it.



Highland Park High School is ready to help you earn your diploma and transition to the career and college of your choice.  


Enrollment steps:


  1. Student will meet with your current counselor and request a transfer to Highland Park High School
  2. Do you have an IEP? Let your case manager know you would like to transfer to Highland Park HS                                                                        *IEP Case Manager will call IEP Case Manger at Highland Park school to make the referral
  3. The Counselor or Parent will call Highland Park HS at 323-254-3421 to make an appointment Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 
  4. Make certain to have a copy of your most recent school transcripts. They will be used to determine your current credits earned, and help the school counselor create an individualized graduation plan for you.