Bishop Alemany High School’s legacy of scholastic excellence

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Situated in the shadows of the San Fernando Mission, Bishop Alemany High School’s name honors an important personage in the history of the Catholic Church in California: Joseph Sadoc Alemany, O.P.  Alemany was particularly concerned with providing quality, affordable education for the youth, enabling them to live up to their full potential.

It is this illustrious legacy that Bishop Alemany High School strives to emulate today.

Founded in 1956 and co-educational since 1970, Bishop Alemany boasts a racially and culturally diverse student body of about 1,350. Its tradition of excellence manifests itself in a full Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum, in addition to a strong college-preparatory program. They are one of only two schools in the LA Archdiocese with AP Capstone distinction and hold the honor of being 13-time Academic Decathlon Champs. The school offers a four-year Engineering program and a four-year Biomedical Science project-based program.

Bishop Alemany maintains the perfect blend of study and athletics — generating Division 1 level sports programs which include Pac 5 Division Football and Men’s and Women’s Basketball State Championships.

The school’s commitment to excellence is built upon a solid framework and foundation of faith. Catholic identity and devotion to service and social justice is in evidence throughout the Bishop Alemany’s school community each and every day.

Bishop Alemany High School welcomes students of all faiths. Join them for their Junior High Social on Friday, September 29 and don’t miss their Open House on Sunday, November 19.

For more information visit, call (818) 365-3925 or email


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