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Gardena High School recognizes the value of each student. The school encourages individual creativity and development of the skills needed to become productive members of a technologically evolving society. Equally important is the development of moral awareness. An understanding and appreciation of our social and cultural diversity is also very important.

Recent News

Special Local School Funding Election: June 4, 2019 (For more information click here) Featured Photo

Special Local School Funding Election: June 4, 2019 (For more information click here)

Measure EE – June 4, 2019 Special Local School Funding Parcel Tax Election To provide additional locally controlled school funding, the Los Angeles Unified Board of Education voted to place Measure EE on the ballot in a special local school funding parcel tax election on June 4, 2019. Measure EE, a 16 cent per square foot parcel tax would provide local school funding to retain and attract quality teachers, reduce class sizes, and support instructional programs including arts, music, science, technology, English and math.

Title I School-Parent Compact and Title I School Parent and Family Engagement Policy

The School-Parent Compact and School/District Parent and Family Engagement Policy for Title I has been mailed! Please be on the look out for these important documents. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Mr. Beltran, Title I Designee at 310-354-4926. Stay posted as we will have a link in the next few weeks so that you can access the documents from our school website!!!
Code of Conduct Featured Photo

Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct with Students Teacher helping student LAUSD is committed to providing a safe and secure learning environment for its students; therefore; the most important responsibility of all District employees is the safety of our students. While the District encourages the cultivation of positive relationships with students, employees and all individuals who work with or have contact with students are reminded that they must be mindful of the fine line drawn between being sensitive to and supportive of students and a possible or perceived breach of responsible, ethical behavior. Employees and individuals who work with or have contact with students are expected to use good judgment and are cautioned to avoid the situations indicated in the "Code of Conduct with Students." When allegations of inappropriate conduct or behavior are made, the District is obligated to investigate the allegations and, if warranted, take appropriate administrative and/or disciplinary action.

Upcoming Events

At a glance

  • 4 New Academies Global Business Magnet, Law & Public Service Magnet, STEAM Academy, Creative Arts Academy
  • 15 AP course offerings
  • 9-12 AVID Program
  • 6 Career Technical Education Pathways
  • Competitive Athletic Program
  • Award-Winning Band & Auxiliary Unity

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