Welcome to the Learning Post Academy!
Learning Post Academy is the Hart District’s independent study school. It was opened in 1980 – over 40 years ago. It is WASC accredited & NCAA approved just like other high schools in the Hart District. Ms. Erum Velek is the Principal of Learning Post Academy and Academy of the Canyons.
Learning Post Academy is located at 21445 Centre Pointe Parkway, Santa Clarita, CA 91350.
All Learning Post Academy students have the option of dual enrollment at their residence area school. Students are allowed to take one or two classes at their dual enrollment school. Class requests are arranged by the Learning Post Academy academic counselor and are based on space availability. If a student is participating in a CIF level sport at their residence area school, there is a requirement of taking two classes for dual enrollment – PE/sport and one additional class. CIF participants must meet all CIF/district requirements for participation.
Learning Post Academy offers a unique and personal graduation ceremony. Families rave time and time again about how much they appreciated the personal, up close ceremony for their Learning Post Academy graduate. If a Learning Post Academy student has dual enrollment during their final semester, they have the option of requesting to participate instead in their residence area school’s graduation ceremony.
The process for enrollment at Learning Post Academy begins with an application. A transcript must be included with the application unless the applicant is currently enrolled in one of the Hart District schools.
Learning Post Academy Advantages:
- Early High School Graduation Opportunities
- High Graduation Rates
- Academic Scholarship Opportunities
- Concurrent Enrollment at College of the Canyons
- Flexible Schedule
- Small Learning Environment
- Highly Qualified Instructors
- Common Core Curriculum
- Additional Support Resources Available
-Access to Programs Throughout the District
What Kind of Students Attend Learning Post Academy?
* Self-motivated students wishing to work at a flexible pace
* Students who have been unsuccessful in the typical classroom setting
* Students who struggle with maintaining acceptable school attendance practices
* Students with full-time jobs
* Students with family responsibilities