Narbonne High School

24300 South Western Avenue

"To provide all students the opportunity to gain the knowledge, skills, and values necessary to become contributing members of a diverse, ever-changing society."
"Narbonne's supportive learning community builds academic excellence and mutual respect in an environment that supports the achievement of the State Standards for all learners."

We believe that the major purpose of public education is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to live as contributing members of our society. Educational opportunity should be equal for all. Schools have an obligation to help each individual reach his or her potential. We believe that for students to live effectively in our society they should have:
- Competency in the basic skills of reading, writing, computation, and oral expression.
- Knowledge in the disciplines of listening, critical and logical thinking, and research.
- An understanding of our political, social, and economic system.
- Knowledge of careers and acceptance of the work ethic.
- The attitudes and knowledge essential for good physical and mental health.
- An understanding and appreciation of the fine arts.
Furthermore, we believe that students must be provided with the opportunity to develop feelings of self-worth and an appreciation for the work of others in our society. They should recognize and develop the special skills and creative talents of themselves and others.
Students should have a knowledge of, and an appreciation for, persons of differing cultural, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. They should continually develop moral and ethical values.


Maurice xD

Wednesday, March 14, 2018
I Love LA ...and AMERICA :) Send from Germany :D

Chris Aguirre

Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016
It was at the time a great school 2 go 2. I remember band class mostly, the year where we recorded a tape/cd to give to Disneyland so we could play in there parade! And fund raise for the sign in front of the school to get restored. Yup those where the day's.

Kay Kim

Friday, Feb. 3, 2017
Most of Narbonne high school students are so bad, have no manner at all, stealing something from near stores, break the store windows. Where ever they go to stores having trouble because of their behavior. Seems like the school doesn't teach anything their students.

James Jones

Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014
This is my High School, Class of '83. WOW, What a Great School. The Faculty is the Best in the country. School was voted the No.#1 Racially Integrated School systems in CA. All the students got a long with each other perfectly. I knew and was friends with Everyone. The way we wish the whole world would treat each other. Thanks Everyone for all the Love, Laughs, Good Times & Great Memories. Peace.

Kyla Capers

Thursday, Sep. 29, 2016
this school is the ABSOLUTE WORST everybody scary and cant fight but the mexicans.. and the teachers SUPER weird but the staff are really great there and they have the greatest sports department but overall academic wise it sucks