Alverno Heights Academy is an independent, Catholic, college preparatory school for young women dedicated to preparing them to function in a society as informed, knowledgeable persons, who have the requisite skills to make and implement mature decisions about complex problems.

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  • 12:1 Student-Teacher Ratio
  • 100% of Alverno graduates go on to college
  • 96% of faculty have advanced degrees
  • 25 AP and Honors Courses for grades 9-12 

Thanks to the support and encouragement I received at Alverno, I decided to step outside my comfort zone and pursue an advanced art class. Then, in sophomore year, I decided to become a part of the Hair and Makeup crew for the plays and musicals. Thanks to Alverno, I was able to discover my creative side.

Alicia L. '17
February 15, 2018 @ 11:43 am

At the conclusion of our Ash Wednesday prayer service yesterday morning, the Alverno Heights Academy students presented a special Valentine to our beloved math teacher, Ms. Phyllis Vandeventer, who was diagnosed with cancer at the end of the first semester. Over the past two weeks, our students and theology teacher Ms. Corrine Jimenez organized a coffee sale during breaks, which helped to raise over $700 for Ms. Van so she may purchase a wig. The entire community came together to make these sales a success by donating donuts to sell, coffee syrups, coffee, and much more and we are so grateful to be able to give her this gift! Tonight at our Alumnae Mixer at El Portal Restaurant, we will be collecting donations in Ms. Van's honor that will be donated to the Foundation for Women's Cancer. We ask you to keep Ms. Van and our community in your prayers as she undergoes treatment. #AlvernoHeightsAcademy #AlvernoHeights60 #AlvernoStudents #AlvernoFaculty

February 14, 2018 @ 5:59 pm

Yesterday, five of our @alvernoheights seniors hung up their cleats on their high school soccer careers. After a great League season, losing only two games to our Horizon League rival San Gabriel Mission, the Jaguars pulled together and played hard in a cold and windy game yesterday afternoon at Rio de Los Angeles St Rec Area. Unfortunately, the game ended with a 1-0 loss for Alverno but it featured incredible teamwork, perseverance, sideline coaching, and support not just from these seniors but the whole team! Over the last few years, Subrina Hamdan '18, Ally Mercado '18, Nicole Oberhammer '18, Jazmin Rebollo '18, and Natalie Scigliano '18 have demonstrated commitment, dedication, passion, and love on the soccer field and we could not be more proud of them! Enjoy these special shots from their final soccer season as Jaguars! Congrats ladies--you make us proud! #AlvernoHeightsAcademy #AlvernoHeights60 #AlvernoAthletics #AlvernoSoccer #AlvernoJaguars #AlvernoSeniors

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