On time open enrollment for the 2018-2019 school year is closed. Late application will open on February 1, 2018. Magnet points does not count for late enrollment.
Late enrollment for the 2017-2018 resumes on January 5, 2017 and closes on January 19, 2017.
Click HERE to APPLY http://echoices.lausd.net/
SPACE IS VERY LIMITED!
Applications are for incoming 6th, 7th, and 8th Grade Students for the 2018-2019 School Year.
Parent Team Meeting Schedules. Scheduled meetings with the parents to learn about Schoology and Classroom Procedures. Students must be in attendance during the meeting.
Parent/Team Meeting Schedule
|Team Meeting||Day and Time||Location|
|6th Grade Team||Thursdays - 10:40 a.m.||Room 331|
|7th Grade Team||Wednesdays - 12:40 p.m.||Room 320|
|8th Grade Team||Tuesdays - 8:30 a.m.||Room 610|
EVERYONE IS ALWAYS WELCOME TO VISIT OUR SCHOOL, OBSERVE THE CLASSES, AND SPEAK TO OUR TEACHERS.
Magnet Tours: Virgil is OPEN for parents to tour the campus and observe the class at all times during school days.
Contact Mr. A. Sanchez at 213-368-2834 for more information.
Cedar-Sinai’s BrainWorks Program
UCLA Brain Awareness Week
Transportation is provided for the 2016-17 School Year. Please look at the chart below and see if you reside close to the following pick-up locations.
Transportation Locations For 2016-2017
|Route Number||Stop Name||Stop Time|
|3890||Noble Avenue (Lassen Elementary, West)||6:30 a.m.|
|3890||Laurel Canyon Bl / Saticoy Street (NE)||6:55 a.m.|
|3890||Kittridge Street (Kittridge Elementary, Front)||7:05 a.m.|
|3891||Avenue 50 (Aldama Elementary, Front)||7:01 a.m.|
|3891||Malabar Street (Malabar Elementary, Front)||7:20 a.m.|
|3893||Marine Avenue (Chapman Elementary, Front)||6:05 a.m.|
|3893||96th Street (Manhattan Elementary, Front)||6:15 a.m.|
|3893||111th Place (Figueroa Elementary, South)||6:25 a.m.|
|3893||93rd Street (93rd Street Elementary, Front)||6:35 a.m.|
|3893||75th Street (75th Street Elementary, Front)||6:45 a.m.|
|3893||68th Street (Miramonte Elementary, Front)||6:55 a.m.|
|3893||Main Street / 58th Street (NE)||7:10 a.m.|
|3893||Wadsworth Avenue (Wadsworth Elementary, West)||7:25 a.m.|
|3894||57th Street (54th Street Elementary, South)||6:25.a.m.|
|3894||Raymond Avenue (Normandie Elementary, Front)||6:35 a.m.|
Virgil Medical and Health Science Magnet (VMHSM) aims to encourage the middle school to be professionals in the medical field. VMHSM will inspire interest in medicine, veterinary science, pharmacology, genetic engineering, and other medical professions resulting in their entrance into the medical field. We want future Neurosurgeons, Ophthalmologists, Nurses, Pharmacists, Orthodontists, and other medical professionals to take pride and acknowledge that it was their time in VMHSM that led them to the medical field.
Partners with Kaiser Permanante Hippocrates Circle
Common Pedagogy and Expectations
• Rigorous Instruction
• Technology and Project-based Learning
• Introduction and Encouragement towards the Medical Field
Teachers are grouped into teams with common conference periods to better discuss the needs of their students
Point System For Magnet Admission
Applicants who have completed the highest grade level in a Magnet program and apply to continue in another Magnet program at the next level, receive 12 matriculation points. THESE POINTS DO NOT CARRY OVER AND ARE ASSIGNED FOR ONE YEAR ONLY, AT THE TIME OF MATRICULATION. (Eagle Rock HS, LAUSD/USC, Los Angeles CES, Sherman Oaks CES, Sun Valley Bio Med, and Valley Alternative) do not receive matriculation points. Arroyo Seco and Westside Magnets are K-8 and receive matriculation points only at the eighth grade.
Applicants who remained on a valid on-time Magnet waiting list and are not already enrolled in a Magnet program will receive 4 points for the 2014-2015 school year. Applicants may also receive 4 points for each of the two consecutive previous years (2013-2014 and 2012-2013), up to a maximum of 12 points. If an applicant on a waiting list declines Magnet placement, all waiting list points are removed. Applicants currently enrolled in a Magnet program are not eligible to accumulate waiting list points when applying for another Magnet program. New waiting lists are established each year.
|4||PREDOMINANTLY HISPANIC, BLACK, ASIAN AND OTHER NON-ANGLO (PHBAO) SCHOOLS
Applicants, whose 2015-2016 resident LAUSD school is designated as PHBAO by the District, receive 4 points. Points are not cumulative; they are assigned yearly.
Applicants, whose 2015-2016 resident LAUSD school is designated as overcrowded by District criteria, and is currently sending Capacity Adjustment Program (CAP) receive 4 points. Points are not cumulative; they are assigned yearly.
If an applicant is applying to the same Magnet school/center in which a brother or sister will be continuing, he/she receives 3 points. Siblings must reside at the same address at the time of application, which must be reflected in the District’s computer system. Each and every student must have an application on file, including twins. It is the parent’s responsibility to verify that the siblings have the same address on file in the District’s computer system at the current LAUSD school of attendance by the application deadline.