- Back to School 2023
- Policies & Procedures
- Parent Booster Organizations
- Athletic Boosters
- Music Boosters
- LAHS PTSA
- Tea Time
- Resources & Tools
The streets around LAHS are very busy in the mornings as roughly 2200 students arrive in a short period of time. No matter how a student arrives, they need to pay attention to pedestrians, bikers, and cars so everyone can arrive safely.
Biking - many students bike to school, and LAHS has many bike racks available around campus for these bikers. Bikers coming from Jardin Drive should come in near the tennis courts while bikers coming from Almond Avenue should come in from the staff and student parking lot. Almond has a special bike lane (marked by green paint) established to provide extra protection for bikers, but they still need to pay close attention to cars due to the amount of traffic along Almond. Finally, all bikers need to lock their bikes with a good bike lock. There have been bike thefts from campus before so please don’t let students leave their bikes unlocked. There are also skateboard lockers at the front of the school.
Driving and Parking - students who have received their driver's license opt to drive to school. There are some student parking spots available in the parking lot on Almond, but these are only available by permit. Students who drive but don’t have a spot in the student lot will have to park on a side street in the neighborhood such as Alicia Way, Panchita Way, Los Ninos Way, and others. If a student parks on a side street, they need to be sure that they are not blocking a driveway or crosswalk. Please note that several of the side streets near the school, including Valencia Drive, have signs posted that prevent street parking during school hours.
Drop off - parents who drive their students to school may not drop them off on Almond Avenue or in the parking lot. There is a drop-off area on Jardin Drive or you may drop off your student on a side street.