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Los Amigos High School

Profile 2019 - 2020

16566 Newhope Street, Fountain Valley, CA 92708

Phone (714) 663-6596 Fax (714) 663-6518

CEEB Code: 050963



Dr. Amy Avina – Principal

Mr. Thorsten Hegberg – Assistant Principal 11th/12th grade

Ms. Julie Garcia – Assistant Principal 10th grade

Ms. Jean Koerner – Assistant Principal 9th grade


Guidance Counselors

Ms. Daisy Limon (A-C)

Ms. Michele Ramos (D – Jeronimo)

Ms. Yvette Flores (Jimenez – Nguyen, B)

Ms. Evelyn Spence (Nguyen, C – Rosales)

Mr. Daniel Mejia (Rosas – Z)



Los Amigos High School is one of seven public comprehensive high schools in the Garden Grove Unified School District, serving grades 9 through 12.  An urban school district with a total enrollment of about 43,000 students, GGUSD is the 3rd largest district in Orange County with 67 schools serving the families in Garden Grove and portions of our surrounding cities.


Los Amigos currently serves 1736 students from the cities of Fountain Valley and Santa Ana.  Our faculty and staff work diligently to ensure that all of these students are academically challenged while still meeting each individual students need.  In addition to providing all students with an exceptional academic program, Los Amigos is also dedicated to providing a safe and positive environment.  Students are encouraged to participate in clubs, sports, and other extracurricular activities.  With over 25 different clubs available on campus the students have various ways of getting involved.  Some of our most prestigious clubs include Girls League, Boys League, Latinos Unidos, National Honor Society, and the California Scholarship Federation


Los Amigos High School is a Title 1-School Wide Program School.  The staff here at Los Amigos is honored to serve such an economically and culturally diverse student population which consists of approximately 80% Hispanic, 16% Asian/Pacific Islander, 2.1% Caucasian, and 1.4% other. 82% of our students are currently receiving free meals through our lunch program.



The class of 2019 included 425 graduates with a 54.9% A-G rate.  Of the 425 students, 78% of them chose to continue on to a higher level of education, with 29% of those students enrolling at a four-year university.  Our 2019 AVID cohort had a 92% acceptance rate into four-year universities.  The highest GPA for last years’ graduating class was a 4.42 (weighted 9 – 12). 


Currently we offer 20 advanced placement courses in the following areas: English Language, English Literature, Calculus AB, Statistics, Computer Science Principles, Computer Science A, Spanish Language, Spanish Literature, French, Biology, Environmental Science, Chemistry, Physics, World History, United States History, Human Geography, Civics, Macroeconomics, Art Portfolio, and Psychology.  We also have honors courses available in English 1, English 2, World History, and Vietnamese. 


AP Exam : Three Year Score Summary





Total # of AP Students




Number of Exams




AP Students with Scores 3+




% of Total AP Students with Scores 3+






The marking system is based on a 4.0 scale. Plus or minus marks are not computed. Advanced Placement courses receive one extra grade point if the grade earned is a C or above.  A ninth through twelfth grade class rank and a tenth through twelfth grade class rank are calculated and included on each student’s transcript.  Rankings are calculated at the end of each semester and are based on a weighted grade point average which includes all courses with the exception of physical education.  The school’s passing mark is a D- and each course is granted 5 credits per semester.


Courses Approved as College Preparatory



      • ELD C P (English Language Development)
      • English 1 P/English 1 Honors
      • English 2P/English 2 Honors
      • English 3P
      • AP English Language and Composition
      • English 4 ERWC
      • AP English Literature and Composition



      • AVID 9/10/11/12 P



      • Algebra 1 P
      • Geometry P
      • Algebra 2 P
      • Algebra 2/Trig P
      • Advanced Algebra w/Trig P
      • Trigonometry/Statistics P
      • Pre–Calculus
      • Calculus AB AP
      • Statistics AP
      • Computer Science Principles AP
      • Computer Science A AP



      • French 1/2/3 P                     
      • AP French
      • Vietnamese 1/2/3 P
      • Vietnamese 4 H
      • Spanish 1/2/3 P
      • Heritage Spanish 1/2 P
      • Spanish Language AP
      • Spanish Literature AP



      • Physical Science
      • Biology P/Biology AP
      • Chemistry P/Chemistry AP
      • Physics 1 AP
      • Anatomy and Physiology P
      • Environmental Science AP



      • World History P/World History Honors/World History AP
      • United States History P/United States History AP
      • Human Geography AP
      • Civics P/Civics AP (American Government AP)
      • Economics P/Macroeconomics AP
      • Sociology P
      • Psychology P/Psychology AP



      • Ceramics 1/2 P
      • Sculpture 1/2 P
      • Exploratory Art P
      • Painting and Drawing 1/2/3 P
      • Photography P
      • Digital Photography P
      • Computer Graphics 1/2 P
      • Art Portfolio AP
      • Treble Choir P
      • A Capella Choir P
      • Vocal Ensemble P
      • Jazz Ensemble/Commercial Music P
      • Concert Band P
      • Intermediate Strings P                       
      • String Orchestra P
      • Symphonic/Marching Band P
      • Drama 1/2/3/4 P



      • Exploring Computer Science P
      • Medical Core P
      • Kinesiology P
      • Culinary Arts P
      • Baker’s Dozen: Professional Baker P
      • Auto Maintenance/Light Repair P
      • Auto Maintenance/Light Repair 2 P
      • Intermediate Dance Choreography/Production P