High School

Thank you for your interest in Immaculate Heart High School!

Applying to high school is an exciting time and we are here to help you through the process.  To create a safe environment for all our prospective students and their families, we have developed a virtual admissions season for Fall 2020.

If you should have any questions along the way, please feel free to contact us at any time by phone at 323-461-3651, ext. 800, or send us an email at admissions@ihs.immaculateheart.org.
 
Application materials, including transcript release forms and teacher recommendations are available to download from the links on the right. For more information about the steps and requirements of the admissions process, please see the list below.

Online applications are now available at the link!

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  • Pre-Admissions Events

    We invite you to attend our Pre-admission Events, Academic Playday, Open House and Shadow Days to learn more about the academic experience and student life opportunities offered at Immaculate Heart. For more information about these events, please check out the Visiting the School page.
  • Application

    Please submit a completed Ninth Grade Application Form and the $85.00 application fee by January 8, 2021.

    Families of current Immaculate Heart Middle School 8th graders do not use the "Online Application" to apply to the high school. An Intent to Register form will be added to your Parent OnCampus Account. Please contact the Admissions Office for any questions.
  • Student Evaluation Forms

    Please give the Student Evaluation Forms to the Principal or Counselor, eighth grade English Teacher, and eighth grade Math Teacher at your current school. Please ask that these forms be completed and sent to Immaculate Heart by January 15, 2021.

    For more information about the student evaluation form and transcripts, please click HERE.
  • Transcript Release Form

    Please give the Transcript Release Form to your current school's office to request that a copy of your sixth and seventh grade transcripts, your first quarter eighth grade report card and your standardized test scores be mailed to Immaculate Heart by January 15, 2021.

    For more information about transcripts and the student evaluation form, please click HERE.
  • Entrance Exam (HSPT) & Merit Scholarship Exam

    The HSPT Entrance Exam is one of the requirements for admission to Immaculate Heart High School. Students must take the Entrance Exam (HSPT) at Immaculate Heart on Saturday, January 16, 2021 to be considered for merit scholarships and the Scholastic Achievement Certificate.

    • Merit scholarships, in the form of tuition reduction, will be awarded to select incoming ninth graders who qualify based on their scores on the Entrance Examination (HSPT).
    • Students who earn a composite score of 90 or above on the Entrance Examination (HSPT) will receive a Scholastic Achievement Certificate.
    • The HSPT will also determine placement in honors English, science, and social studies classes. Honors  and upper level placement tests in math and foreign language will be administered in May.
    • Upon receipt of your application and application fee, a place will be reserved for you at the Entrance Exam (HSPT) on Saturday, January 16, 2021 at no additional cost.
     
    In this unique year, applicants will have the ability to take the test virtually.  As a reminder, test scores alone do not determine admission decisions, but they are a valuable piece of the holistic review of a student’s application.  To maintain test security, the HSPT will be proctored via Google Meet and families will need to submit the HSPT acknowledgement form found at http://www.immaculateheart.org/HSPTacknowledgement.
     
    If you are not able to fulfill these requirements, are not planning to submit other scores to satisfy the entrance exam requirement or think for any reason that taking the HSPT at home will be challenging - distractions, internet quality, etc. - we can make arrangements for students to test on campus on Saturday, January 16.  Students may bring their own computer or we can provide a laptop or iPad.  You will need to notify the Admissions Office by Tuesday, January 12 by emailing Dr. MJ Bautista at mbautista@immaculateheart.org.

    Alternatively, students may take the ISEE (Testing Code: 571057) in lieu of the HSPT Entrance Exam - additional fees will apply from ERB. Please check www.erblearn.org/ISEE for testing sites and dates. Immaculate Heart must receive ISEE scores no later than January 31, 2021.

    To read the full update from the Admissions Office, please click HERE.
  • Personal Admissions Meeting

    As part of the admissions process, each applicant meets with a member of the faculty, counseling staff or administration. For your Personal Admissions Meeting, at least one parent must accompany you. It is important for us to get to know you, your interests and goals in attending Immaculate Heart, as well as to learn more about your potential contribution to our school community. After submitting your online application, please visit click here to schedule your Personal Admissions Meeting on Saturday, January 23 or Saturday, January 31, 2021.
  • Decision Letters

    Decisions will be posted and mailed out on Friday, March 5, 2021 to each applicant with a complete file.
 

 

Admissions Office

List of 2 members.

  • Photo of MJ Bautista

    MJ Bautista 

    Director of Admissions (IHHS)
    University of California, Irvine - B.A.
    Woodbury University - M.A.
    California Lutheran University - Ed.D.
  • Photo of Karlyn Johnson Brown

    Karlyn Johnson Brown 

    Admissions Coordinator
    Princeton University - B.A.
    Pepperdine University - M.A.
 

A Catholic, independent college preparatory school for girls in grades 6 through 12, Immaculate Heart has been located on a beautiful hillside property in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles since our founding by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1906. We celebrate more than a century of nurturing the spiritual, intellectual, social and moral development of students as they distinguish themselves as women of great heart and right conscience.