Announcements

  • Attention Working Students

    2013-2014 Work Permits will expire on September 1, 2014. Please see your College/Career Center or Guidance Office for a Work Permit Application or click here for more information.

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  • Class of  1984 Reunion
     Reunion will be held on July 26 2014 @ The Annabella Hotel in Anaheim. For more information please call 800-655-7971.
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  • 2014-15 Academic Calendar
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    for the recently published WUHSD 2014-2015 Academic Calendar.
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  • My Lunch Money
    Forget your lunch money often? Try the new My Lunch Money program and never go hungry again. Click here for full details or click the button below to get registered today
    My Lunch Money Website
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  • Synergy Parent & Student Portals
    View grades, attendance and more using the Synergy ParentVUE & StudentVUE portals. For full information regarding what this system has to offer, how to get access, and how to download the mobile applications, click the appropriately titled links above.
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  • Pay Online - LSHS Webstore
    Pay for items and events through the LSHS Online Webstore.
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Home of the Lancers

Superintendent's Message
Superintendent Sandra Thorstenson welcomes new and returning students and families to the 2014-15 academic school year, which begins with Freshman First Day on Aug. 12 and the official start of school on Aug. 13. 
 
 Technology Acceptable Use Policies Form
All students will be sent home with an Acceptable Use Form which is required to be signed by a parent/guardian in order to use technology on campus and activate their school email/password.  Please review the Acceptable Use Policies here and have students return the distributed form to their English teachers.
 
Free and Reduced Lunch Applications
Attention parents:  If you have not yet submitted your application for the district Free and Reduced Lunch Program or do not know if you are eligible click here to download the application and qualification criteria. In addition to free and reduced-price meal options at school, students who qualify for the program also may benefit from reduced rates and/or waivers for the SAT, AP exams and college applications.  

 
Common Core Information
The Common Core State Standards have been adopted in California with an emphasis on rigorous and relevant instruction, in an effort to increase college and career readiness. For information regarding the Common Core Standards visit the district information page at www.wuhsd.org/ccss.
 
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La Serna API Score for 2013
2013 API scores have just been released and La Serna High School has set a new school record. We are excited to announce our 2013 API score is 845! We are so proud of our teachers and students for a tremendous accomplishment.

Headlines

  • La Serna Launches Text-A-Tip

    In continuing to ensure the safety for our students, La Serna High School, in partnership with the Whittier Police Department, is proud to present Text-A-Tip....click title for full story

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  •  Lancer senior leaves wishful legacy through Make-A-Wish

    Lancer senior leaves wishful legacy through Make-A-Wish

    When Rachael Gottes was diagnosed with leukemia seven years ago, no one would have imagined it would be one of the best things to ever happen to her. Well, no one except for the then-preteen herself, even as she endured chemotherapy...click title for full story

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  • Girls Water Polo CIF Champions

    Lady Lancers win their first CIF Water Polo Title...

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  •  LSHS Football Champs

    LSHS Football Champions

    In one of the most thrilling championship games in CIF-SS history, La Serna defeated Norwalk 41-38 in double overtime for it's first football title over 40 years...click story title for more!

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  • La Serna Earns Six-Year WASC Accreditation

    La Serna and Sierra Vista high schools each recently received six-year terms of accreditation from the Accrediting Commission of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), the highest term of accreditation that the organization grants. Click on the title above to read the full story.

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  •  Lady Lancers

    Lady Lancer Soccer Team Wins Division 5 CIF Championship

    La Serna High School made sure that it wasn't going to be denied its championship this time. After falling short in last year's final to Downey in overtime, the Lancers played a stellar second half and went on to defeat Cabrillo of Lompoc 3-0 in Saturday's CIF-Southern Section Division 5 girls soccer championship game at Warren High School...click title for full story

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  •  La Serna High School Principal Ann Fitzgerald

    Ann Fitzgerald Appointed Principal of La Serna

    The Whittier Union High School District Board of Trustees has appointed longtime La Serna teacher and administrator Ann Fitzgerald to be Principal of La Serna High School. The Board approved Fitzgerald’s appointment during its recent meeting where La Serna students, staff and parents filled the meeting room and applauded in support of their new principal. Click on the title above for the full story.

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  •  Golden Bell

    La Serna High School Earns Golden Bell Award for Mentoring Programs

    La Serna High School has earned a Golden Bell Award from the California School Boards Association for its innovative mentoring programs that have spurred an increase in student achievement.

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  • La Serna Seniors to Attend Top Colleges and Universities in the United States

    La Serna seniors plan to attend UCLA, USC, UC Irvine, Chapman University, Whittier College, University of Arizona, University of Oregon, George Washington University, Air Force Academy, Morehouse College, Tulane University, University of Miami, UC Berkeley, BYU, NYU, FIDM, University of the Pacific and many more. Click here for entire list.

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  •  Teacher Amy Cantrell and Read 180 Students

    La Serna Students Take Read 180 'Odyssey'

    The students in Amy Cantrell’s Read 180 class are making huge strides in their reading abilities and just recently read "The Odyssey." Click on the title above for the full story.

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