Bishop Alemany High School

Established in 1956, Bishop Alemany is a four-year, co-educational high school of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Current enrollment is approximately 1,350 students. The graduating class of 2015 had 98% of its members go on to post-secondary education.

Today, Bishop Alemany High School is thriving, boasting a racially and culturally diverse student body of about 1,520. As numerous alumni before them, today’s students strive to continue a proud tradition being of service to the community, being “a people dedicated to service”, while also excelling academically. This tradition of excellence manifests itself in a full Honors and Advanced Placement (AP) curriculum in addition to a strong college-preparatory program; 98% of our graduates go on to college.
As a Catholic High School, Bishop Alemany is a community enriched by faith that develops intellectually prepared men and women who are committed to promoting a just and peaceful world as conscientious and morally courageous leaders in service to others.


Los Angeles, Mission Hills