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North Hollywood High School enrolls students from the surrounding area.
Students from anywhere in the Los Angeles Unified School District can enroll in our three magnet programs.
Foreign or International students click here for information.

Do you live in our attendance area?

If you live outside of our attendance area, you only will be able to attend North Hollywood High School on a SAS or Magnet permit.

Enrollment Requirements

These are required items that you bring to enroll:
  2. Parent/Guardian must bring a valid photo ID or drivers license with current address.
  3. Students enrolling from an LAUSD middle school for the start of 9th grade, who still live with the same parent/guardian and at the same address as shown in those school records, who lives in North Hollywood High School boundaries, should automatically be enrolled at North Hollywood High School and items 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 below are not required.
  4. The student’s Birth Certificate, Baptismal Certificate, or Passport to verify the student’s age.
  5. The student’s immunization and vaccine records. Additional information is below.
  6. We must verify the student’s home address with a gas or electric bill, mortgage statement, and valid photo ID or drivers license with the current address. The bill must be in the parent’s name with the current home address.
  7. Students who live in North Hollywood High School boundaries from outside the LAUSD, should bring a transcript from their last school so we can properly enroll them in classes and give them credit for previous high school classes they have completed. Transcripts may be furnished after the student is enrolled if necessary.
  8. All other forms that need to be completed are inside the enrollment packet provided by the Admissions Office. New students are required to submit emergency contact information. The emergency card is available online. You may fill it out ahead of time and bring it with you when you enroll.

Required Immunizations

New students will not be enrolled unless a written immunization record, provided by a physician or the health department, is presented at the time of enrollment and immunizations are up- to-date.
Immunizations required to enroll a student in LAUSD Schools:

COVID-19: 2 doses

  • 12 years and older will be required to be fully vaccinated
  • Proof of vaccination must be uploaded into LAUSD Daily Pass system

Polio: 4 doses

  • Age 4-6: 3 doses if one was given after the 4th birthday 
  • Age 7-17: 3 doses if one was given after the 2nd birthday

DTP, DTaP, DT, TD: 5 doses

  • Age 4-6: 4 doses if one was given on or after 4th birthday 
  • Age 7-17: 3 doses if one given on or after the 2nd birthday

Tdap: 1 dose

  • grade 7-12 only 
  • requirement is for all enrolled students beginning in 2011 
  • dose must be on or after 7th birthday

MMR: 2 doses

  • Both doses given on or after the first birthday

Hepatitis B: 3 doses

  • all ages: 3 doses


  • Age 5-12: 1 dose 
  • Age 13-18: 2 doses
Students who require additional vaccine doses or who lack a written record are no longer allowed a grace period. All students new to the District, or transfer students within the District, must show that they have received all currently required immunizations in order to be enrolled. The immunization status of all students will be reviewed periodically. Those students who do not meet the State guidelines must be excluded from school until the requirements are met. Students who have been exposed to a communicable disease for which they have not been immunized may be excluded from school at the discretion of the health department.
A doctor may exempt your child from some or all immunizations (for example, due to a medical condition). You may exempt your child because of your personal or religious beliefs. Ask your school or childcare provider for details.

Tuberculosis Clearance

All kindergarten students, all new first grade students who have never attended kindergarten and all students entering an Early Education Center must present a written report (usually on the immunization record) provided by a private physician or health department, giving the results of a Mantoux test for tuberculosis done within one year prior to school entry. A chest X-ray will be required if the skin test results are positive. All new students entering grades 1-12 who have never attended any school in California, must present documentation of the results of Mantoux test done at some previous time. Students entering grades 1-12 from any other California school (public, private, or parochial) are exempt from the requirement. home/hospital will commence (1) when the attending physician authorizes service to begin, based upon the student’s ability to participate, and (2) upon receipt of the parent’s authorization for temporary transfer of educational duties. Instruction in the home/hospital for a temporary period of time is also provided for students with a current Individualized Education Program (IEP) or students with a Section 504 Plan – under certain circumstances.