La Quinta High School

      According to US News & World Report: LQ is the #2 public high school in OC & ranked #54 in the state. Congratulations, Aztecs !                        Final Exams Jan. 23 & 24 Minimum Day - Jan. 23 Per. 6,5,4  Jan. 24 Per. 0,1,2,3            Non-Student Day Monday, Jan. 27               Class of 1970 - 50 Year Reunion details, click Alumni tab below.                                

News and Announcements

Revolution SAT Prep classes at La Quinta

Garden Grove Unified School District has partnered with Revolution Prep to offer SAT and ACT Prep Courses at a reduced fee to all 11th grade students.
La Quinta High School will offer Revolution Prep courses starting in February to prepare for the May SAT exam. Students may go to the bookstore to register for the class. Hurry! Space is limited. Register now to reserve your space in the class.
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Common Application - Apply to Private Universities

The Common Application Online is a free online undergraduate application used by over 400 colleges and universities. Many private and out-of-state colleges and universities utilize the Common App as their admissions application. Please click here for full instructions on navigating the Common App.
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College & Financial Aid Night - September 30th, 2019 6pm in LQ Cafeteria

We would like to invite you to La Quinta High School’s Annual College and Financial Aid Night! This year, the event will take place on Monday, September 30, 2019 from 6-7:30pm in our school’s cafeteria. We will have very special guest speakers from both the University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) to share more about how to apply and gain admission to their campuses. We will also have a Community College representative there to talk to you about filling out the FAFSA and the importance of applying for Financial Aid. It is highly recommended that both you and your student attend to learn more about these competitive schools and how to pay for college. We look forward to seeing you there to support your 12th grade student through the beginning of their college application process. Interpretation will be available in Spanish and Vietnamese!
If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Guidance Office at (714) 663-6375. Thank you for time!
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