Verdugo Hills High School

VHHS will resume full in-person instruction in August of 2021.

News and Announcements

Suicide Prevention and Mental Health Wellness

With suicidal ideation and deaths by suicide on the rise locally, nationally, and globally, this is a reminder suicide is preventable and there is help. Our goal is to send our students into the 3-week break with resources and information that may be lifesaving. The message of the infographic is to remind students they are not alone, there is help.

Return to Campus - Program Selection Form

PURPOSE OF THIS SURVEY: This selection form is intended to gather information about your choice for instructional models for your child(ren) when students are able to physically return to campus – the options you select below will help determine how your child will participate in instruction. By default, students will be placed in the Hybrid Model if no response is collected. Due date to complete this survey is 12/6/2O20.

Verdugo's Cyber Security Club

Can't get enough of Zoom and online classes? How about testing your cyber security skills in competitions? Against more than 4800 international teams? Two Verdugo teams participated in Round I and placed 133 and 423. Meet its proud participants (Lana Azar is missing from the picture).

Thanksgiving Week COVID-19 Testing for All Students

Here are Los Angeles Unified COVID-19 testing sites that will be operating on Monday, November 23 and Tuesday, November 24 only during the week of Thanksgiving. Please schedule your child's appointment at any of the sites below for those days and times. Tests are free, quick, easy and your personal health information will remain confidential! To Schedule an appointment today!

ALMOST, MAINE - Verdugo's Fall Play!

Join Verdugo's Play Production for our first ever Live-Streaming Fall Play
ALMOST, MAINE by John Cariani
November 19 @ 6pm
November 20 @ 6pm
A collection of stories full of magic realism rolled into a romantic comedy
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LDNE Title One Conference

Parents can choose to participate in a variety of workshops that include: a) K-8 Math b)How to Support Your Child's Learning at Home c)How to Support Your English Learner and Your Standard English Learner d) How to Support Your Child's Matriculation to the Next School.

Psychological Frist Aid For Parents/Caregivers to Support Children During Political Elections

Political elections may trigger strong emotions for staff, students, families,
and community members throughout the District and across the nation. As adults and parents, we play a critical role in promoting a sense of safety, as well as in healing the divisiveness that may permeate our schools and communities. For many children and families, the results may trigger feelings of concern, fear, anger, and sadness. A positive relationship with a healthy adult at home and at school is one of the most important factors that helps build an individual’s resilience. As parents and guardians, there are strategies you can implement on a daily basis to ensure your children are heard and feel protected during these uncertain times.

Have you turned in your Meal Application?

Please check with your Advisory Teacher to insure that you have a Meal Application on file. Remember that if you qualify, you reduce the amount of fees for College Applications and AP Exams? Click on "Full Story" for a Step-by-Step Aid on how to fill out a Meal Application online. If you have any questions, please contact Ms. Duran at (818) 473-0598 or