Head of School
Bruce J. Powell, PhD
Rabbi David Vorspan
2nd largest Jewish community high school in America
Students Come From
49 home zip codes
18 AP courses
950 alumni in 11 years
Opportunities and Clubs
6 travel opportunities
40 clubs and leadership opportunities
Ellen Howard, MA
Avg. Student Faculty Ratio
Ratio of College Counselors to Seniors
Families of de Toledo High School Students come from…
Agoura, Arcadia, Bel Air, Bell Canyon, Beverly Hills, Beverlywood, Brentwood, Calabasas, Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Cheviot Hills, Encino, Granada Hills, Hidden Hills, Hollywood Hills, Lake Balboa, Los Angeles, North Hollywood, Northridge, Oak Park, Pacific Palisades, Pasadena, Pico/Robertson, Porter Ranch, Reseda, Santa Monica, Saugus, Sherman Oaks, Simi Valley, South Pasadena, Studio City, Tarzana, Thousand Oaks, Toluca Lake, Topanga, Valley Glen, Valley Village, West Hills, West Los Angeles, Westlake Village, Winnetka, Woodland Hills.
English Language and Composition
Studio Art: Drawing
Government and Politics: United States
Spanish Language & Culture
Studio Art: Design
Academic courses are offered in the summer for acceleration, enrichment, and remedial purposes for students from any high school. Course offerings and enrollment information are published in the late winter.
de Toledo High School offers bus transportation for a fee to/from a wide area including Los Angeles and the San Fernando Valley. This includes two daily bus routes, a late bus to accommodate students involved in sports teams or other after-school activities, and a morning bus shuttle. Bus transportation details are published during the summer for the upcoming school year.
de Toledo High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, national or ethnic origin.