Los Alamitos High School (Page 2)

At its first meeting of the fall season on Sept. 12, the Rossmoor Woman’s Club honored Los Alamitos High students Julia Carpenter and Noah Shafton as Seniors of the Month for September and August respectively. Violinist Julia is part of the All Southern California Honors Orchestra and has performed in …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

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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

Members and guests wore their Wonderland hats at the Rossmoor-Los Alamitos Republican Women Federated’s Mad Hatter’s Tea Party on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Old Ranch Country Club in Seal Beach. With a beautiful view of the lake, two local high school students each received $1,000 scholarships: Mirna Mikhail – …continue reading

This is your chance to support the student-musicians at Los Alamitos High School in their quest to help out a wonderful local cause. The Los Alamitos High School Spring Concert Bands Benefit Concert will be held at Los Alamitos High School Performing Arts Center on Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at …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