Programs v2

Full Time Program

8th – 12th Grades
For high school foreign language credit and LAHHS diploma

Our traditional WASC-accredited LAHHS program is an attractive addition to any college application includes full participation on Sundays and one weekday a week. Participants receive a Hebrew High School graduate diploma, High school foreign language credit and much more.


  • High School Foreign Language Credits
  • Hebrew language tracked classes
  • Hebrew Language elective choices
  • Academic Judaic elective choices
  • Fun general elective choices
  • Shabbaton retreats
  • Israel Partnership Program
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Weekday Plus Online Supplement
*OR* Sunday Plus Online Supplement

8th-12th Grades
For high school foreign language credit 

This exciting new program is made possible by The Ellie and Mark Lainer Family Foundation.  

Our NEWEST program is offered on weekdays only and is combined with an online learning component. Great option for self-disciplined students who already have busy extracurricular schedules and want to improve their Hebrew and stay connected to Jewish peers.


  • Modern Hebrew language skill acquisition
  • Biblical Hebrew
  • High School Foreign Language Credit
  • Supplemental online sessions
  • Weekday classes at select branches in the City or Valley
  • WASC-accredited online learning component
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Part Time/Sunday Only

7th-12th Grades

For students who want to continue a quality Jewish learning experience with a more limited time commitment.


  • Hebrew language and Judaics
  • Academic Judaic elective choices
  • Fun general elective choices
  • Shabbaton retreats

Why LA Hebrew High?


  • Learn to Read, Write & Speak Hebrew

  • Earn High School Foreign Language Credits

  • Get an edge on your college applications

  • Attend Branches in convenient locations in City & Valley

  • Connect with Jewish teens and build lifelong friendships

  • Participate in engaging, experiential Hebrew language and Judaic education

  • Join the LAHHS Partnership group and take part in a unique, guided trip to Israel and have the opportunity to Host Israeli teenagers in your home

  • Attend weekend shabbatonim and trips with visiting Israeli teens

  • Participate in meaningful discussions about God, Judaism, Jewish history, culture, tradition and more

  • Learn what is going on in the Middle East and how to advocate for Israel

  • Enroll in a wide selection of cultural fun electives, including Krav Maga, Israeli dance, Judaic art and more

Curriculum Overview

LAHHS’s core curriculum emphasizes Hebrew language and literature as well as Jewish text study including a variety of biblical, rabbinic, ethical, philosophical and historical texts.

Hebrew Language

Students learn to express their thoughts, feelings, and opinions on various topics and achieve Hebrew proficiency equivalent to a first semester college course in Hebrew.

Judaic Studies

Our Judaic Studies program is comprised of three components: Bible Study, Core Judaic Courses and Academic Electives.

General Electives

Students choose from one of many amazing General Elective courses. The partnership Program class is also available to 9th Grade students as an elective!

Israeli Partnership

The School Twinning Program, sponsored and subsidized by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, is an exchange program between teenagers from Ironi Dalet High School in Tel Aviv and our Los Angeles Hebrew High School students.

Branch Locations

Click LEARN MORE to see ALL our locations, bus transportation information and maps & directions!
Bus transportation is available from Los Angeles, The San Fernando Valley, and Santa Clarita. Full time students, who take classes on a weekday as well, can choose from the following branch locations for their convenience.

Foreign Language Credit FAQs

Click LEARN MORE to see who is eligible to apply for credit? Which schools will grant credit? How much credit you can receive? Do I get graded credit? etc.

Parent & Student Handbook

Click below to get a PRINTABLE version of the handbook.