Louisville High School is a Catholic, college preparatory high school located in Woodland Hills. Louisville was founded by the Sisters of St. Louis in 1960 and continues to be a growing center for the academic enrichment of hundreds of young women each year.
Louisville provides small, challenging classes with exceptional one-on-one attention from faculty. Louisville also has a wide-ranging arts program where students can discover and develop their talents, as well as numerous athletic teams through which girls learn the values of personal discipline and sportsmanship.
On campus, students are invited to join clubs and activities promoting campus and community involvement. There is also a strong focus on campus ministry to encourage spiritual growth and leadership in each student. Each year, enrollment at Louisville ranges between 450 and 500 students, and graduates attend some of the top universities and colleges in the United States.
On Friday, Nov. 2, Louisville will hold their Eighth Grade Visit Day for students from elementary schools throughout Los Angeles. Open House will be on Sunday, Dec. 2, and is open to all families of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students who wish to attend. This event gives prospective students an opportunity to tour the campus, meet faculty, and enjoy performances by student singers and dancers.
Louisville also holds shadow tour days from November through March during which students have an opportunity to sit in on a class and prospective parents are given the opportunity to meet with current parents and school representatives. For more information, call (818) 346-8812 or go to louisvillehs.org.