High School

Eternal Principles.

Choosing a Christ-centered education is an opportunity for character growth, and much more...

Intelligent Choices. Loma Linda Academy nurtures high school students, grades 9-12, to be capable and responsible citizens who love God supremely and live a balanced spiritual, mental, physical, and social life. Students have an opportunity to strenghen their relationship with God through Christian fellowship and leadership opportunities. Students can grow academically with 6 honors classes, 6 AP classes, 2 college-level classes, and with academic trips like those to Washington, DC and Costa Rica for studies in government and biology. Students enjoy a wide range of athletics with 15 varsity teams and 13 junior varsity teams, gymnasiums, weight rooms, and athletic fields. Students discover art and communcation with beautiful facilities for art, photography and videography and with classes like Journalism and Painting. The opportunities for growth in music are un-matched by private schools in this community, with award-winning bands, choirs and symphonies that travel the world. Learn More


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New to LLA?

Common questions from new students are answered in the Welcome Packet below.

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  • AP Courses

    Six AP courses are offered during the school year: Biology,
    Spanish, Statistics, Studio Art: Drawing, US History, and
    World History.
  • Honor Classes

    Eight honor classes are offered during the school year: Algebra II, American Literature, Biology II A & P, Chemistry,
    Geometry, Physics, Pre Calculus, and Natural Science.
  • University Classes—Dual Credit

    Two university classes with dual credit are offered during the school year: Calculus and College English.

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  • Government Trip

    The popular summer government trip allows students to visit the historic and important sites of government in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.
  • National Merit

    We are proud of our 11 National Merit Finalists and 40 Commended students over the past 10 years in the National Merit Scholarship competition
  • Technology Innovation Engineering

    Technology, Innovation, Engineering (T.I.E.) is a program for students interested in high-tech careers. Learn More

High School Video

Home and School allows parents to support our school in different ways such as; providing volunteer services as requested by the school, providing suggestions to administrative/school board, and facilitating a partnership between home, school, and the church. We hope this website will be a resource to foster communication between parents and school.

The Home and School committee meets at 8 a.m. every 2nd Friday of the month in the Heritage Room at Loma Linda Academy.
  • September 13
  • October 11
  • November 8
  • December 13
  • January 17
  • February 14
  • March 13
  • April 10
  • May 8
If you are interested in joining us please e-mail us at High School or send us your thoughts, questions and comments.
What kind of help is needed?
  • Come to the meetings once a month
  • Setting up and Cleaning up for Events
  • Bring food or help with food preparation
  • Decorating
Parent participation is always appreciated!! If you can help with any of the events listed, please text a few days before the event and we will give you the times that we will need help as these times are event start times. Parent help is appreciated during the event and one hour before and after for set-up and clean-up. Thank you in advance from High School Home & School!!

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  • Principal

    Iveth Valenzuela
  • Vice Principal

    Hans Figueroa
  • Vice Principal for Academics

    Mandi Staples
  • Counselor

    Lynne Hattendorf
  • Campus Pastor

    John Oscar Cordero
  • Administrative Assistant

    Suzanne Bathke
Mission.   It is the mission of
Loma Linda Academy for all to:
 • Grow in God’s Grace
 • Thrive Intellectually
 • Develop True Friendships
 • Embrace Healthful Living