News and Announcements

Bell Senior High Highly Rated by US News & World Report Again!

Bell Senior High is ranked 2038th in the nation among over 22,000 high schools, according to US News & World Report. This is the third consecutive year Bell has been recognized by this prestigious report. Bell ranks 399th out of 1,339 within California. Bell students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The AP® participation rate at Bell Senior High is 42 percent. The student body makeup is 54 percent male and 46 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 98 percent. Bell Senior High is home to an LA City Championship Marching Band, one of the best STEM Magnets in the state, a perennial state finalist in the Academic Decathlon, a student body dedicated to community service, and a school with strong athletic programs in diverse sports.
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SUMMER SCHOOL AT BELL HIGH SCHOOL

Bell High School will be ending the academic year on June 30th, 2017 and will be offering a summer school program from Thursday, July 6, 2017 to Wednesday, August 2, 2017 as it officially transitions to a traditional calendar for the 2017-2018 academic year. Students will have the opportunity to make up A-G courses in which they have received a D or F mark. StarTalk classes in Arabic Language will also be offered.
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Nearly 300 Bell Students Set to Take AP Exams!

In the month of May, nearly 300 Bell Students are set to take their AP Exams. These Bell scholars will be taking exams to earn college credit in courses like Chemistry, Environmental Science, English Literature, US Government, History, Biology, Calculus, Microeconomics, and Spanish. Best of luck to all of our hard working students as they build their impressive college resumes.
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Bell High Holds College & Career Fair

On Wednesday, April 19, Bell students had the opportunity to meet and talk with representatives from various colleges, universities, and branches of the military. Thanks to everyone who took the time to attend!
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