Assistance League of Fullerton serves as the parent support group and community support for this alternative education high school. La Vista High School is located close to California State University at Fullerton. It is open for application to students who have fallen behind in their course studies in pursuit of their high school diploma. The school requires the students to agree to attendance standards and scholastic goals. Many of the students choose to graduate from La Vista even after they have caught up with their respective grade levels because of the learning atmosphere.

In addition, quarterly incentive awards for academic improvement are given to students.  Our Assistance League of Fullerton La Vista committee also supports the students by participating in school events -providing refreshments for events like Back To School Night and passing out programs for the graduation ceremony.  At the end of the 2021-2022 fiscal year, three $1,000 scholarships were awarded to outstanding graduates for their college/vocational programs.

Volunteers serve refreshments at Back to School Night
Volunteers serve refreshments at Back to School Night

La Vista Continuation High School’s New Building

Click here to see an artist’s rendering of the new building

Recognition for Supporting La Vista Students

Visiting our refreshment table are
Fullerton Joint Union High School District Board Member Robert Hathaway, Assistant Superintendent Ed Atkinson,
La Vista HS and La Sierra HS Principal, Sandi Layana

FUHSD Award for LVHS Program

Fullerton Joint Union High School District Award