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Welcome to Hamlin

Hamlin Charter Academy, a conversion LAUSD school, is located in West Hills in the west San Fernando Valley. The school originally opened in 1959 as Hamlin Street Elementary School and has since been serving residents of West Hills, Woodland Hills and nearby neighborhoods.
Our history of continuous growth and improvement makes Hamlin Charter Academy a top choice for families seeking to enroll students and relocate to the area, competing favorably with nearby private, independent charter and magnet programs. Hamlin Charter Academy must compete to build and maintain its status as a high achieving elementary school in an area that has several similar schools.
Hamlin has always been a diverse community school with students from many socioeconomic backgrounds. We will preserve this tradition while expanding enrollment to areas outside of the standard District boundaries. We believe that expanding the diversity of our student population will enhance the ability of our students to be successful, contributing adults in our global culture.


Recent News

Red Ribbon Week Art Contest

Red Ribbon Week is an alcohol, tobacco, drug and violence prevention awareness campaign observed annually in October. For each day this week, students and staff will be dressing in a certain attire. Play a leadership role in your child's life and talk to him/her about the harmful effects of drugs. Click the header to access the art contest flier. All artwork should be submitted to hamlincharteracademy@gmail.com
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Meal Application

In an effort to reach 100% meal application completion rate, we are asking all families to complete a meal application even if you know you won’t qualify for free or reduced priced meals. Click here for directions.
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Complete your 2020 Census Questionaire

Have you completed the 2020 Census? It is so important! Participating in the census is required by law. A complete and accurate count is critical for you and your community, because the results of the 2020 Census will affect community funding, congressional representation, and more. If you haven't completed the 2020 Census, it is imperative you complete it as soon as possible.
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