Los Alamitos High School

Los Alamitos High School and Los Alamitos Unified School District are pleased to announce our continued collaboration with Cypress College and the dual enrollment experience available to all LAHS students during the 2020-2021 school year. Dual enrollment is an agreement between a public school district and a local community college …continue reading

For many performers, just one of these three things would be a lifelong dream: perform at an iconic venue, sing with a legendary singer-songwriter, or be accompanied by world-renown philharmonic. For some of the members of Los Alamitos High School (LAHS) Show Choir, students had an opportunity to do all …continue reading

For many performers, just one of these three things would be a lifelong dream: perform at an iconic venue, sing with a legendary singer-songwriter, or be accompanied by world-renown philharmonic. For some of the members of Los Alamitos High School (LAHS) Show Choir, students had an opportunity to do all …continue reading

Soroptimist of Cypress recently hosted their 36th Annual Scholarship and Service Award Reception honoring young women and service organizations. The mission of Soroptimist is to improve the lives of women and girls through programs leading to social and economic empowerment. Five Kay Moyer Memorial Grants, in honor of a former …continue reading

Dear Los Alamitos Unified Families, Friends, and Community Members, It is with a heavy heart that I let you know that our beloved Robert Briggerman, affectionately known as “Dr. B”, passed away last night. Robert had a serious illness since November, but he had periods of time in which he …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for Top Ten Stories for February 3 through February 9 include possible Cypress land development, murder in Garden Grove, and JFTB night operations. The Top Ten Stories for Top Ten Stories for February 3 through February 9 read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week …continue reading

Students experience death without dying in the “Every 15 Minutes” event recently at Los Alamitos High School (LAHS). With life-like lessons, they learn the consequences of drunk and distracted driving in a community-wide effort through The Youth Center’s bi-annual event and the local community. Their day began on Jan. 31, …continue reading