Humanities and Arts Academy of Los Angeles
- HARBOR CITY, CA
Humanities and Arts Academy of Los Angeles Reviews
Rating 4.04 out of 5 24 reviews
Great if you love performing arts, choir, dance, etc. Bad a resolving civil issues and in some cases very problematic.
I liked the small classes and the relationships between you as a student and your teachers. This school does it up most best to get you where you want to be in live. They worry about you and your personal life.
When I first entered HArts during freshman year, I had butterflies in my stomach and I was afraid of passing classes. I saw half of my friends from middle school and we took classes together and also made new friends. I told my mom that I like to dance but she wanted me to go to narbonne. I told her that "it's not only about dancing and singing, it's about finding your career and showing people who you are. Not only dancing but, if you don't do well in your academics, you will not perform with other students and you can't be a star. The teachers always tells us that the show must go on. HArts academy was a good school and creative. I miss dancing on stage with my friends and performing for the school.
It is a good school to go to the class sizes are small. The teachers there are very nice to you. Also, there are a lot of fun events in HArts
HArts Academy is a great school for studying any form of the arts. It is a regular high school, but one of their main priorities are teaching students how to either draw, perform, dance, and so much more.
HArts was the best choice I could’ve made when it comes to choosing my high school. I could’ve gone to Narbonne and I’m so glad I didn’t. Every student is recognized, you will get the special attention needed in classes. HArts has so many involved clubs and it’s very easy to create a club if you want to. You can also do every sport on the Narbonne team while still attending HArts. We also have a unique schedule that works for us. HArts is the best school for students to be involved. I did 2 sports, Key Club, ASB, theater and much more all in my 4 years of highschool and it was easy to keep up with. Some teachers are very passionate about the subject they teach and I love that those teachers care and make it easy to learn. We also have a culture at HArts, it’s very student based. BOTC and Multi combine the whole school together and it’s such a unique experience If you’re considering HArts, go for it.
Although I cherished my high school experience, I can't help but wish more resources were allocated to me and my peers. The school is extremely underfunded, and when college application season came around, I felt lost and didn't receive any help or preparation. I managed to succeed on my own, but students deserve help and preparation.
For short the school is called HArts. It's a school of 500 students so you really get to become closer to teachers and meet many students. All the teachers are really friendly and most will help you if you ask, they also offer tutoring. During lunch many times, we have games and music playing, that it's a fun environment to be around. Most students are friendly. The academy is inside a bigger campus (Narbonne High School), so we have a different bell schedule. There's no bells, because it prepares us for college when we won't have bells to tell us when our next class is. There's many arts classes, and they offer many experiences that help those who want to learn whether its visual or performing arts. The only problem would just be the bathrooms, are constantly being destroyed by Narbonne students, but I understand that it's difficult for both schools to keep students away from each others area.
HArts Academy is a school that does not seem pleasant on the outside but actually is a praisable school. The school is on a shared campus, and is rather small. There is around five hundred students in the school total. Class sizes a relatively small. The teachers and other staff members are really nice, understanding, and encouraging. HArts offers various art/ performing art classes, such as drawing, theatre, and chorus, but is also a regular high school with the necessary classes that a high school student is required to take.
Enjoyed every year there. It wasn't the most rigorous in terms of academics, but I was happy and still able to get into a top university.
I met some of my best friends at this school and have learned a lot, though I would like for the school to not be so disorganized.
Humanities and art or better known as Harts is a great school. It has so much diversity. People there are so kind and nice. Everyone there will make you feel accepted. If I had to change something about the school it would be the food. They could improve the food a little bit.
The school needs better teachers and better programs to prepare you for college. I graduated in 2016 and was fortunate enough to go to a four year after my graduation, but when I enrolled in college I soon realized after my first day that my high school did not prepare me for college. They need better teachers that don't just pass students through but challenge them instead.
Since HArts Academy is a fairly new school, to had a pretty rough beginning. However once things began to settle, HArts became an amazing experience. The amount of students attending HArts is rather low, so you get a very comfortable and close knit experience with all faculty and staff, not to mention all the shows and plays put on by HArts are great.
My experience at HArts has been amazing. There is diversity in the school and all students learn about the cultures when we have our Annual Multi Cultural Show. I believe this is what makes the school special. Also, the teachers are very supportive and give us lessons about life here and there when it is needed. Since we share campus with Narbonne High School we evolved their students for Best of Broadway, which is a show about shows that have been in Broadway before.
Is a school full of teachers that care and try's to give students a college type atmosphere.it gives students the opportunity to know what it's like having to rely on themselves to get to class on time
It is for some kids who want to make something of themselves.