Welcome New Families,
Welcome new Beverly Hills High School Families. We have an outstanding tradition of excellence in education, and we warmly welcome you and your children to BHHS. Below are instructions on how to confirm your residency within the boundaries of BHUSD and how to enroll your children in school. (This procedure is only for families that are new to Beverly Hills Unified School District. Families of children matriculating from our K-8 schools will use the "Returning Family" procedures.)
How to Enroll
In order to enroll your student in the Beverly Hills Unified School District and BHHS, please click on the link below, "Click here for the District's New Student Enrollment Section". There you will read about our residency requirements. Next select the hyperlink called, "New Student Online Registration Portal".
Review the documents. Please read, complete, print (no double sided copies
), and sign the appropriate documents that apply to you and your student. (Some documents require a medical doctor’s signature.) In addition, in order for BHHS to accept the enrollment/registration of your student, you must bring in all required documents listed on the BHUSD website to establish your residence within the district boundaries.
Please note, you need to email/call to make your in person appointment before coming to our school site, as we have a closed campus. Hours of availability are 9:00 - 11:00 am and 1:10 - 3:00 pm Monday through Friday during school days. Please use the alphabetical guide below to determine which House Office Secretary at Beverly Hills High School to contact.
A-Gi (by student’s last name)
House A: Andre Law 310-551-5100, Ext. 8310, firstname.lastname@example.org
Gj-O (by student’s last name)
House B: Michelle Buckley 310-551-5100, Ext. 8340, email@example.com
P-Z (by student’s last name)
House C: Amy Price 310-551-5100, Ext. 8350, firstname.lastname@example.org
BHHS Norman Guide - Student and Parent Handbook
Required - both parent and student need to read the BHHS Norman Guide - Student and Parent Handbook, which includes important information on School and District Policies, Student Attendance, Discipline and Responsibilities. Please remember, you will need to indicate in the “New Student Online Registration Portal” that “YES” you have reviewed the handbook with your student .
New To District and incoming 9th grade students who are interested in taking Honors/AP English 2018-2019
Students wishing to take the English placement test must sign-up in advance (2:00 pm and in Room 384).
Freshman Test - February 4th at 3:00 pm in Room 384
Sophomore Test - February 5th at 3:00 pm in Room 384
Junior Test - February 6th at 3:00 pm in Room 384
New-to-District and 8th-grader Test - March 26th at 3:30 pm in Room 384
Here’s the link students use to sign up:
It’s very important that they sign up at least 24 hours in advance. Once they fill out the form, there’s a link for a document outlining the structure of the test and tips for doing well.
Students and parents should expect results within a week.
For more information click here.