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Los Angeles, CA 90047

323-418-4700 Phone 

323-242-2449 Fax


Today: 1/19/17




CONTACT: Terry Gubatan or Toshiro Obara 
Tel: 626.356.8055 / Email: info@lettertomyparents.com
Share Your Family Story in A Letter and Win $500!
Now Accepting Submissions for the 2017 Letter to My Parents Contest TM in Los Angeles
Do you have a story to share about your family as you were growing up in Los Angeles? Write an essay in a letter format and enter to win in the second annual Letter to My Parents ContestTM organized by The Rotary Club of Historic Filipino Town and Reiyukai America!
Ten winners will be selected where each of them will receive $50 Gift Certificates and a Yearlong test-prep course subscription courtesy of BenchPrep. Among the ten, three contestants who presented the most share-worthy letter will receive $500.

Letter to My Parents ContestTM in Los Angeles is open to residents of Los Angeles County ages 15 to 20 years who would like to express their experiences and feelings towards their parents or legal guardians. Participants are encouraged to submit work illustrating examples from personal family life; reflecting family relationships and interactions. Suggested topics include:

·  How have my parent’s experiences and influence affect or shape the person I am today?
·  What my parent(s) or guardian(s) means to me?
·  What are my thoughts about how we are as a family?
·  What would I like to do for my parent(s) or guardian(s)?
·  How I can improve relationships in my family?

Submit entries to www.LetterToMyParents.com (Click the Los Angeles Contest Icon) by Friday, January 20, 2017. Entries can be in any language used in the County of Los Angeles, but an English translation is required. Contestants 17 years old and under must submit a Parental/Guardian consent form.

Ten winners will be selected and will be invited to present their letters during the final presentation to judges, scheduled to be held during March 2017.
For more information, contact Toshiro Obara at 626.356.8055, info@lettertomyparents.com.  
Details also available at www.LetterToMyParents.com.

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!




LA5 awards two types of scholarships to high school seniors: 1) Renewable college scholarships and 2) One-time career tech scholarships.  The majority of LA5 scholarships awarded are renewable college scholarship, which typically range between $1,000 to 2,000 per year, renewable annually for four years ($4,000 or $8,000 in total per student).  Money awarded can be used by students however they choose.  There are three categories of renewable college scholarships: a) Downtown Area Schools, b) Los Angeles County Scholarships, and c) a single Randal Simmons Memorial Scholarship.  In addition to the renewing college scholarships described above, LA5 is proud to award a limited number of one-time scholarships to qualifying students attending career or technical colleges.  Career/Tech scholarships one-time awards of typically $1,000-$2,000.

The applications are available on the LA5 website.  If you know any High School senior in the Los Angeles area that would consider applying, please refer him/her to the following link.  The Scholarship Applications are attached, along with a cover letter.


The application deadline is February 3, 2017.

Will award $40,000 scholarships paid over four years to 30 high school seniors planning to major in science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) fields at accredited four-year colleges and universities.
The 2017 Edison Scholars Program eligibility requirements include:
·        High school senior must live or attend a high school in Southern California Edison (SCE)’s service area or attend an eligible high school surrounding SCE’s San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station
·        Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher
·        Plan to be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in Mathematics, Engineering, Computer and Information Services, Management Information Systems, Natural Resources and Conservation or Physical Sciences
·        Demonstrate financial need
Please visit www.scholarsapply.org/edisonscholars to learn more.
We appreciate you sharing this information with your community and stakeholders.
·        Edison Scholars spotlight page: Applications Now Open for $1.2 Million Edison Scholars Program

Roadmap to Careers is a robust career interest inventory which intersects Road Trip Nation with the College Board’s Big Future. It is now live for students who have scores from any latest assessment. Interview Archive, which is a collection of videos with leaders in different fields, is just one part of what students get with Roadmap to Careers.  With this robust web interface, those interviews are placed in the context of potential majors and careers, so that students can take specific actions to get where they want to go.  Plus, the College Board offers course recommendations for what they should be studying in high school.  Far more comprehensive and action-oriented, this tool provides an integrated platform for students to make informed decisions about the road to their lives. For more information, check out https://collegeboard.roadtripnation.com/


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!


Parents, please sign your student's K12 forms for the Winter and Spring sessions. Make sure your students bring in their school ID's and turn in the K12 form as soon as possible. Spring Classes are filling up!


  • 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.