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Moneta High School

Los Angeles Unified School District

  • How to Enroll

    Get a Referral

    Students should meet with a counselor from their home school and get a referral to attend Monet High School.

     

    Schedule Intake Interview

    Once the referral has been issued,  an intake interview appointment will be scheduled with the Principal from Moneta High School. Student and Parent must be present during the intake interview.

     

    Enrollment

    Once a student has been accepted, the enrollment paperwork will be issued.

     

    Get to Work

    Final step. Once a students enrolls at Moneta HS, the teachers will provide the student with a "syllabus" or list of assignments that need to be completed to earn an academic grade in the class.

    Be ready to work!

     

    We are here for you!

    Whatever plans you have to earn your high school diploma or if you are unsure of what your goals are, Moneta High School staff is here to help you. We have a wealth of knowledge and resources to help you achieve your goals.

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    Graduation Pathways

    OPTION 1- Traditional

    Students can earn a high school diploma by completing all of the A-G requirements and elective courses. Earning a minimum of 210 credits.

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    Option 2- Adult School High School Diploma

    Students can earn a high school diploma by completing 34 classes. Earning 170 credits. This option does not require students to pass the High School Equivalency Exam.

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    Option 3- Diploma Plus

    Students can earn a high school diploma by completing 10 core classes and passing the High School Equivalency Exam (HSEE). There is a fee associated with this option. The students will be provided with a list of sites offering the exam.

     

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