Memo to Returning Culver Park Students

Dear returning student and parents: 

Welcome to the 2017-2018 school year!  I hope you had an enjoyable summer and are ready for the first day of school at Culver Park on Monday, August 28th at 8:45 am.  We are committed to working closely with you to provide individualized support that prepares students to complete their high school diploma at Culver Park or to make up credits and return to Culver High. 

We have implemented a schedule change for this school year.  School starts every day at 8:45 am.  School ends at 2:05 pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and at 12:50 pm on Wednesday and Friday.  However, for the first week of school only, your schedule will be:















8:45 am

8:45 am

8:45 am

8:45 am

8:45 am


12:50 pm

12:50 pm

12:50 pm

2:05 pm

12:50 pm


Staff will welcome you on August 28th at 8:45 and give you your schedule at that time.

This year parents/guardians will access and complete all required registration documents online.  Please read the attached letter for the directions and access codes.  The following are forms you will be prompted to complete and return to us before the first day of school.    


         Registration/Disaster Release Information

         Emergency Card

         CAL Grant Form (seniors only)

         Medical and Mental Health Services Consent


Please, also remember to complete the food services application online by going to to ensure that your son/daughter has lunch when school starts.

Please note that parents and students will not be able to drive into the parking where Culver Park is due to the ongoing construction.  It will still be accessible for foot and bike traffic.  You may want to drop off and pick up from Ocean Dr. next to the bridge.  

To schedule a meeting, call 310- 842-4200 ext. 3600.  If you have any other questions, you may contact me at

Our Culver Park High School team looks forward to working together with you to ensure your child’s success.  We firmly believe that “All kids are capable of success: no exceptions” and “Success for all takes us all - all the time!”

Veronica Montes


Culver Park High School