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We're open for both in-person and online instruction!  Register for Summer 2021 classes now!  Health care career classes start 6/1/21.  ESL, HSD, and other career training classes start 6/7/21.  Many High School Diploma, ESL, citizenship, computer, and career training classes offered this summer. Click the register button and enroll today!  Space is limited.  For more information, call (562) 210-3990.  Call for more information.
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News & Announcements

Open Enrollment Changes

The Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District’s Open Enrollment policy is changing
These changes apply only to students who are applying for new permits. Students who currently have approved permits, will not be affected by these changes. Please also note that this change in policy eliminates year-round Open Enrollment. The only opportunity for your student to transfer will be during the Open Enrollment period. Please click the article to continue read the upcoming changes.

Check out Fall 2019 Classes!

Fall 2019 Schedule of Classes are available now! Register now! Fall classes begin August 19th. Call now for more information.

Welcome Back to School

Superintendent Dr. Hasmik Danielian welcomes back students, families and staff to the 2019-2020 school year with her annual Superintendents message.

NEW! ESL for Child Care Professions!

Start your career as a Child Care Professional! This optional course provides extended academic support for students who are co-enrolled in one of the many Child Care courses offered at NLMAS. This supplementary course is ideal for ESL students co-enrolled in the child development program. This class is FREE!

2019 LCAP Parent Survey

2019 Parent survey is now open! Log in with your school code!

La 2019 encuesta de padres ha lleguado! ¡Inicia sesión con tu código escolar!

Job Fair on Oct. 9th!

Join SELACO's Job Fair on October 9th, from 9 am to 1 pm on the Norwalk Campus. More than 50 companies will be represented. Bring your resume and dress for success!

Career and Technical Training Scholarships!

The City of Norwalk has scholarships available to assist low income residents with the cost of technical training in health sciences and medical technology or welding/metal fabrication. The training is offered through the Norwalk-La Mirada Adult School (NLMAS), with funding provided by the Community Development Block Grant program. Applications are available until funding for the program is exhausted.
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