The Council of Black Administrators is awarding $2,000 scholarships to qualified black students who plan to attend a four-year college or university. Stop by the high school counselors office for more information (Scott, 1/26)
News and Announcements
The Los Angeles Council of School Nurses is awarding 3 $500 scholarships to seniors who will enter an accredited college or university program leading to become a registered nurse. Stop by the high school counselors office for more information. (Scott, 1/31)
Foshay LC HS Student, Ashley Martinez, was selected as a 2017 National Honorable Mention recipient of the National Center for Women and Information Technology Award for Aspirations in Computing. This is a huge honor and we are proud of her! (Bran, 1/31/17)
"LA Students for Change" is launching a 2017 paid internship for high school juniors and seniors. It is a 10-week program that will allow the unique skills of students to stand out by electing new leadership to LAUSD. If you are interested in an application, please visit the HS Office, or fill out the application online at lastudents4change.com (Scott, 1/13)
Students, if you want real-world personal budgeting situation through an online simulation, just for playing, you can win one of ten $20,000 college scholarships. For more information, please visit the HS Office. (Scott, 12/16)
If you plan on entering the educational field, demonstrate academic excellence and financial need, then the $500 LAASP scholarship is for you! Please see your HS counselor for more information. (Scott, 12/16)
The registration deadline for the October 1st SAT Test date is September 1, 2016. Seniors who may need fee waivers can visit the High School Counseling Office for more assistance. (Lopez, 9/1)
Make sure you check out our Scholarship and Opportunities page under the Student section!
It is unlawful to use skateboards, bikes, scooters or roller-skates on the platforms and ramps or inside the trains. If you do so, you are subject to a $250.00 citation and community service hours. LA Metro and Foshay want everyone to be safe at all times, so be sure to follow the law.