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Hamilton High School

Los Angeles Unified School District

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  • Happenings

    Senior awards 2020 ceremony

    The Senior Awards Ceremony will be virtual this year. The ceremony will premier on Thursday, May 28 at 6:00 p.m. Each SLC has a specific link to the awards ceremony. Please click on the SLC you would like to watch.

    Now Enrolling for 2020-2021

    Go to our Enrollment page for information on how to complete the enrollment process following COVID-19 safety guidelines.


    LAUSD- LD West Summer program

    Senior informational meeting (May 21st 6PM)

    Tribute to Class of 2020
    updated Remote Learning Schedule

    Scheduled class periods time may include:

    • Zoom meetings
    • Schoology conferences
    • Online synchronous (face-to-face, real time) lessons
    • Posting assignments and pre-recorded lessons
    • Other instructional strategies

    Student Support & Tutoring time may include:

    • Posting clarifications
    • Online chats with groups of students
    • Small group reteaching or tutoring in Zoom breakout rooms
    • Teacher availability via email or phone for questions from students and parents
    • Online group discussions to clarify questions/concepts
    • Tutoring with UCLA Beyond the Bell and other Hamilton partners
    • Other support strategies

    Weekly Message from Ms. P

    Click here to view the information from Ms. P's weekly email.



    Resources during School closure

    Online Educational Content

    LAUSD provides a variety of content online to help students continue learning during school closures. Among the key resources available are:

    Edgenuity — An online course system helping students master core content, recover credits and more. (log on)

    IXL - Math site for Hamilton Students

    The Khan Academy  — A set of short video lessons in a variety of subject areas allowing students to master grade-level content at their own pace.


    Special Education Announcement and Guidance as of 5/11/2020

    Division of Special Education COVID-19 Resources for Parents website.  

    Employee and Parent Resource pages can also be accessed from the Division of Special Education homepage at

    Please contact your student’s teacher or case carrier to obtain information related to their academic classes. 

    Student social-emotional health resources

    Parents, some students are struggling with this significant change in their schedules and the freedom they felt before to be with friends both in and outside of school.  LAUSD has a hotline just for mental health support and is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mon-Friday.

    If you have any concerns regarding your social-emotional health, please contact any staff, teacher, counselor or administrator with any questions. In addition, please refer to the following links below. 

    National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (Didi Hirsch) 24/7: 1.800.273.TALK (8255)

    Veterans: press 1 or text 838255

    Para español, oprima el numero 2

    Disaster Distress Helpline: 800-985-5990

    Crisis Text Line (24/7): Text LA to 741741

    The Trevor Project for LGBTQ Youth (24/7): 1.866.488.7386 or Text START to 678678

    Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health Access Line: 1.800.854.7771

    Los Angeles County Community Resources Information Line: 2-1-1 - for additional resources and information about basic assistance, including CalFRESH and CalWORKS or may access additional information on the DPSS Website.

    County of Los Angeles Resources:

    The Department of Public Health has created guidance for shelters.

    LAHSA has launched an informational site, which includes the most recent information.

    Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health: COVID-19 information page with additional mental health and wellbeing resources, including tips and guidance for healthcare workers.

    Los Angeles County Department of Public Health: Coronavirus webpage

    Los Angeles County: COVID-19 site

    Student Health and Human Services website - regularly updated with specific resources and information 


    News and more

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    About Us

    Established in 1931, Hamilton High School's mission has always been to prepare young adults and mold them into responsible citizens of the community.

    Hamilton has been a district leader in the SLC (Small Learning Communities) movement, and with the District formalized guidelines for attributes of the SLCs, Because Hamilton High created the SLCs structures before the formal guidelines, Hamilton's plans include the current state of the school as well as the recommendations based on research to improve student achievement and the various school wide plans such as the WASC action plan and the Single plan that identify areas of need.

    All students are enrolled in one of seven specialty programs through the school's commitment to Small Learning Communities (SLC) and the magnet programs. 

    Two Magnets exist: Music Academy and Humanities Magnet, Four SLCs : Business and Interactive Technology Academy (BITA), Communication Arts Academy (CAA), Global Studies (GS), and Math, Science and Medicine (MSM), as well as a School for Advanced Studies (SAS).