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1600 W. Imperial Hwy

Los Angeles, CA 90047

323-418-4700 Phone 

323-242-2449 Fax

Today: 4/24/17

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Bell Schedule

Odd (Monday, Wednesday)

Period Times                  Min
Mod 1 8:00 - 9:30am 90
Mod 3 9:36 - 11:06am 90
Nutrition 11:06 - 11:21am 15
Mod 5 11:27 - 12:57pm 90
Homeroom 1:03 - 1:33pm 30
Lunch 1:33 - 2:03pm 30
Mod 7 2:09 - 3:04pm 55

Even (Tuesday, Thursday)

Period Times                  Min
Mod 2 8:00 - 9:30am 90
Mod 4 9:36 - 11:06am 90
Nutrition 11:06 - 11:21am 15
Mod 6 11:27 - 12:57pm 90
Homeroom 1:03 - 1:33pm 30
Lunch 1:33 - 2:03pm 30
Mod 7 2:09 - 3:04pm 55


Period Times                  Min
Mod 1 8:00 - 8:44am 44
Mod 2 8:50 - 9:34am 44
Nutrition 9:34 - 9:49am 15
Mod 3 9:55 - 10:39am 44
Mod 4 10:45 - 11:29am 44
Mod 5 11:35 - 12:19pm 44
Lunch 12:19 - 12:49pm 30
Homeroom 1:45 - 2:15pm 30
Mod 7 2:21 - 3:00pm 39

Friday Professional Development

Period Times                  Min
Nutrition 9:05 - 9:30am 25
Mod 1 9:36 - 10:10am 34
Mod 2 10:16 - 10:50am 34
Mod 3 10:56 - 11:30am 34
Mod 4 11:36 - 12:10pm 34
Lunch 12:10 - 12:40pm 30
Homeroom 12:41 - 1:01pm 15
Mod 5 1:07 - 1:41pm 34
Mod 6 1:47 - 2:21pm 34
Mod 6 2:27 - 3:00pm 33

Friday Minimum Day

Period Times                  Min
Mod 1 8:00 - 8:30am 30
Mod 2 8:36 - 9:06am 30
Mod 3 9:12 - 9:42am 30
Mod 4 9:48 - 10:18am 30
Nutrition 10:18 - 10:38am 30
Mod 5 10:39 - 11:09am 30
Mod 6 11:15 - 11:45am 30
Homeroom 11:51 - 12:06pm 15
Mod 7 12:12 - 12:30pm 17




Spring 2017 Educational Enrichment Opportunities!

We are halfway through our Spring Math Bootcamp!

Saturday sessions 8:30 - 11:45am

March 11 & 18

April 22 & 29

Advanced Placement Bootcamp Saturday sessions 8:30 - 11:45am

March 11 will focus on English

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Ask yourself the following questions:

  • Do I want to attend a large, medium, or small school?
  • What major do I wish to study?
  • Do I want to attend an urban, suburban, or rural school?
  • Do I want to attend a two-year, four-year, single-sex, or religiously-affiliated school?
  • Do I want to participate in athletics, clubs, fraternities, sororities, or special programs such as study abroad or cooperative education.

Research colleges attending the fair to determine if they meet your search criteria.

Make a list of questions to ask college representatives.

At the Fair
Pick up a fair directory and bag for all of the materials you collect.

Visit schools that match or are the closest match to your search criteria. Be adventurous. Don’t just talk to the well-known schools.

Ask the college representative to scan your barcode. This will allow the representative to follow up with you directly—and quickly.

Ask the same questions to each college representative you visit.

Take notes. Write down what you find most interesting about each college.

Attend an information session to learn more about the college search process, financial aid, and other topics.

After the Fair
Review college websites, catalogs, and viewbooks to gather more information to help narrow your choices.

Send a thank you note/email to the college representatives you met. This simple gesture can show admission officials you're serious about wanting to attend their college.



The Spring SEC College Tour focuses on students and parents. The main events are college fairs that give families an opportunity to interact with senior-level admissions officials from each SEC university. Here, students and parents are able to ask questions about all SEC universities or just about their favorite. In addition, school counselors are invited to join SEC officials for breakfast Q&A sessions designed to equip them with a variety of facts about all SEC schools.

The Spring SEC College Tour will take place April 18-21 in Southern California. Below are specific dates and locations.

  • April 18-19 – San Diego, CA
  • April 19-20 – Pasadena, CA
  • April 20-21 – Irvine, CA




Check out our AP webpage for resources to support your preparation for the AP exams during the first two weeks of May. The exam schedule, calculator policy and testing hints are all to be discovered at the link below.


182 students have registered to take 239 AP exams this year. If your AP student has not returned their AP exam form, please sign and return the bright orange form before spring break so Ms. Duke can have a full accounting of exams needed.


English Language has the highest participation rate with Biology close behind! We even have students taking AP exams in courses we do not offer such as AP Spanish Language, AP Spanish Literature and AP Chemistry.


Way to go Cougars! Way to show that you believe in yourself and are willing to take the challenge to becoming fully college and career ready.




AP Exam Schedule 2017

Monday, May 1st              8 am       Chemistry

Tuesday, May 2nd         8 am      Spanish Language & Culture

Wednesday, May 3rd     8 am     English Lit (12th grade)

Friday, May 5th              8 am      US History


Monday, May 8th           8 am      Biology

Tuesday, May 9th          8 am      Calculus AB

                                      Noon      Spanish Literature & Culture

Wednesday, May 10th   8 am      English Lang (11th grade)

Thursday, May 11th       8 am      World History

Title IX*

Complaint Managers from our school are:


Ms.Washington, bwash1@lausd.net

Mr. Mudd, Terrence.Mudd@lausd.net

Mr. Dixon, jhd0335@lausd.net


Sex Discrimination/Sexual Harassment is illegal


*Federal Title IX and state law prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, or gender, which includes prohibiting acts of sexual harassment.

Our Mission

Middle College High School will graduate self-directed, insightful, articulate critical thinkers who are socially aware, culturally and technologically literate citizens, with effective communication and decision-making skills.


Los estudiantes de Middle College High School se graduarán auto dirigidos, perspicaces, con la abilidad de pensar criticament y ser socialmente conscientes. Serán ciudadanos con conocimientos culturales y tecnológicos y seran capaz de comunicarse efectivamente y hacer buenas decisiones.




This is a busy time of year!

Be certain that your students eat a healthy breakfast, especially before any testing!




  • Juniors should be registering to take the ACT with writing, and SAT exams this spring!
  • All Seniors should have already submitted their FAFSA or DACA forms
  • Seniors that have applied to the CSU's verify if they need to take the EPT and/or ELM exams before April 2017
  • Transcripts must be ordered through Parchment.com

LAUSD Password Reset

To reset your LAUSD please follow the link below.  You will be asked for the following information:

District ID:  this is your school ID found on your ID card.

Birthday:  it must be entered in the exact format requested with slashes  mm/dd/yyyy

PIN:  this is given to you by your homeroom teacher.


You will then be able to reset your password. 

Access to Schoology requires your lausd email address and new password.

NOTE:  do not go to Schoology.com!  Access Schoology at lms.lausd.net  .


Click here.