La Habra Education & Schools

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Education and overall mental wellness for our youth is very important to the community here in La Habra. The City has compiled extensive information in the below sections to assist you in finding the right fit for your child's needs; public, private and special education programs. In addition, as your child becomes a teenager and enters into high school, job education is extremely useful. La Habra houses the Orange County Youth Center (OCYC) where individual success is a main focus. The OCYC began approximately 42 years ago, when the City of La Habra began to operate workforce development programs for youth and adults under the Manpower Development and Training Act , a United States federal law enacted in 1962.

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The City of La Habra has an excellent Child Development Division that consists of five programs - Head Start, Early Head Start, State Preschool, School-Age, and Family Child Care Home Network, which are federally or state funded. We provide quality child care and/or development services to children ages 6-weeks to 11 years old, including children with special needs. Eligibility requirements for each program vary. Please take time to review these Child Development Programs as you make the best choice for your child.

  1. La Habra City School District
  2. Lowell Joint School District
  3. Fullerton Joint Union High School District
  4. Whittier Christian High School
  5. Private Schools
  6. Special Education

The La Habra City School District believes in a child-centered program that recognizes the unique abilities, needs and interests of each student. The educational environment encourages development of individuals who are capable of becoming responsible citizens in a rapidly changing global society. Instructional methods and educational programs engage students in mastering the essential skills of reading, communication, mathematics, and information literacy. Students are provided opportunities to explore and pursue interests in the visual arts, performing arts, sciences and technology. Learn more about the La Habra City School District.

Lowell Joint School District

The Lowell Joint School District is committed to providing a strong academic program of basic skills with a well-rounded program of traditional subject offerings. At all District Schools, we emphasize the importance of education, the family, and traditional American values. We stress the value of personal integrity, social responsibility, and a respect for our national heritage. Learn more about the Lowell Joint School District.

Fullerton Joint Union High School District

The Fullerton Joint Union High School District recognizes their important responsibilities to assist all students to:

  • Become contributing members of our society.
  • Improve academic, critical thinking, and basic skills, and acquire important knowledge.
  • Build constructive, consistent, and compelling systems of values and accompanying attitudes.
  • Instill within each an appreciation for the American heritage and the responsibility for citizenship in our democratic society.
  • Prepare for a satisfying and useful career.

Learn more about the Fullerton Joint Union High School District.

Whittier Christian High School

With a 54-year heritage and more than 4,200 alumni around the world, Whittier Christian High School continues to serve as one of Southern California's leading Christian schools, a place where students are equipped in mind and spirit to honor God with their lives. Learn more about the school and community.