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FOOD HANDLER'S LICENSE TRAINING
Help LHS Meet Our Goal of Raising $2000 for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society
Please help our school meet our goal of raising $2000 to help support the Leukemia and Lymphoma society in our Pennies for Patients online campaign. Follow the link to a direct teachers class to make a donation under their name or make a general donation. Any donation big or small is appreciated. Thank you!
CAHSEE MAKE UP
CA High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Make Up for 10th graders who were absent for the March administration and 12th graders who have not yet passed is Tuesday, May 13th (English/Language Arts) and Wednesday, May 14th (Mathematics). Students should report to PE Dance Room at 7:50 a.m. For questions, contact Lupe Romero in Testing Center (A-2) at (310) 263-7381 or Kendra Peterson at (310) 263-3114.
CSF Applications Due by 4/18
Please pick up an application to join the California Scholarship Federation. You must have excellent grades (mostly A's and a few B's). Follow the link below to get instructions on which classes are List I, II, and III. Applications should be turned in to Mr. Swearingen or Ms. Hicks.
Hollywood Glitz Prom
Prom will be at the Universal Studios Hollywood Globe Theater. The location has beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces. We even get to ride the Despicable Me ride at the end of the night! Please purchase your tickets early to save money.
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Counselors

Mr. Daniel Swearingen
(Last names A - DE + all BCA Students)
310-263-3123    swearingend@centinela.k12.ca.us

Mr. Oscar Pina
(Last Names DI - J + all MSA Students)
310-263-3125    PinaO@Centinela.k12.ca.us

Ms. Karen Hicks
(Last names K - MO + all AMA Students)
310-263-3122    hicksk@centinela.k12.ca.us

Ms. Suzanne Schulze
(Last names MU-V + all College Summit Students)
310-263-3127   

Ms. Loretta Cota
(Last names W- Z + AVID Students)
310-263-3121   

College & Career Readiness Academies

Academy of Media Arts

The Academy of Media Arts (AMA) offers students pathways in digital filmmaking, advanced acting, technical theater, commercial music and 3-D modeling and animation. Students collaborate to conceptualize, write, develop, produce and edit videos, music, theater and animation and must think critically to solve challenging, real-world problems and to negotiate and manage the creative process.

Biomedical Careers Academy

The Biomedical Careers Academy (BCA) at Lawndale High School prepares students to take advantage of the tremendous career opportunities available in health and science. The hands-on, project-based, and problem-based curriculum engages students, allows them to explore the wide variety of health care and science career options, and equips them with knowledge and skills necessary to pursue a career or further education in the biomedical sciences.

Marine Science Academy

The Marine Science Academy (MSA) prepares students for the rigors of a four-year university science and/or physical geography program, with a special emphasis on marine related issues, technology and career opportunities. This mission will be accomplished by a group of committed teachers maintaining a science-based academy in which all students are engaged and claiming ownership of their learning. Students will be provided with a solid framework in which they will feel safe to take on challenges and create their own educational opportunities.

Administrators

Joseph Guidetti, Principal
guidettij@centinela.k12.ca.us

Richard Lohman, Associate Principal
lohmanr@centinela.k12.ca.us

Kendra Peterson, Associate Principal
petersonk@centinela.k12.ca.us

Dr. Rosalyn Varee, Associate Principal
vareer@centinela.k12.ca.us

Benjamin Wardrop, Associate Principal
wardropb@centinela.k12.ca.us