Learn while you earn!
Not just a job – an internship.
Earn $1000 or more during Summer 2016!
As a student at an LAUSD Linked Learning school, you are eligible to do a paid internship during July – August 2016.
As an intern, you will:
- Gain valuable on-the-job experience in a position that is related to the theme of your school.
- Meet working professionals and learn about their careers and experiences.
- Explore a possible career path.
- Make money! Typically $1000 or more.
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The Superintendent’s Summer Scholar Program is an internship program created by L.A. Unified Superintendent Michelle King to enable high school students to gain firsthand experience in a career field that interests them.
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On Wednesday, April 5th, Verdugo Student Citlali Aguilera-Rico was invited to CNN to interview former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger during the filming of The Messy Truth hosted by Van Jones. Citlali was invited for her excellent participation in the After School All Stars program while in middle school and is a strong advocate for after school programs for high school students. We are extremely proud of Citlali and her excellent representation of Verdugo Hills High School.
April 28 and 29, 7:00 P.M.
May 4, 4:00 P.M.
May 5, 7:00 P.M.
May 6, 7:00 P.M.
On March 14, 2017, more than 300 theater students, theater educators, friends, and administrators from schools throughout the state gathered at the California state capital to celebrate the 20th annual California Youth in Theater day. Four students from Verdugo Hills HS received scholarships to attend the day. They advocated for the arts in education with Senator Portantino, and they performed on the steps of the Capitol!
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We would like to invite all parents and students to participate in the School Experience Survey. The survey provides vital feedback to the school regarding our successes and areas for growth. Please take the time to follow the link below to complete the survey. An added incentive this year is that with a 25% increase in parent participation, Verdugo will qualify for 15 free chrome books. Please contact the Main Office if you have any questions regarding the School Experience Survey.
Verdugo Hills High School and four of its donors were honored at a recent UCLA Blood Drive Banquet for helping to save the life of Shirley Polk and for saving the lives of 4,735 patients since its involvement with the UCLA Blood Drive Program.
The U.S. News honors the best High Schools in the US. The organization ranks data on more than 21,000 public high schools in 50 states and the District of Columbia. We are proud to present the badge on the left that comes with our recognition!
Verdugo Hills High School presents The Laramie Project. In 1998 Matthew Shepard was the victim of a hate crime in Laramie, Wyoming. This event changed their town and our nation. Join us for this powerful production where the VAPA Magnet students have been exploring tolerance and acceptance.
November 16 @ 4pm Tickets:
November 17 @ 6pm $5.00 - students
November 18 @ 6:30pm $7.00 - adults
November 19 @ 6:30pm (818) 951-5493
*Mature audiences only
Verdugo Hills High School VAPA Magnet Coordinator and Theatre Educator
CA Educational Theatre Assn., Executive Secretary and Past-President
Drama Teachers Assn. of Southern CA, Past- President