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Maribel Martinez, Principal
11300 Wright Rd,  Lynwood, CA 90262
Tel: 310-603-1516 | Fax: 310-537-7295


Daily Reminders!

Daily Reminders:

Students must bring their Vista I.D. daily.

Students must wear Vista Logo uniform daily.

Uniforms may be purchased at the Front Office

T-Shirts: $10.00


Students must bring the Agenda that will be given to them during the orientation days to school every day. If a student loses their Agenda they must replace it, the cost will be $5.00. Students will not be allowed to enter campus without their I.D., Agenda and Uniform.


2015-2016 Cancer Awareness Assembly

Vista High School celebrated it's annual cancer awareness assembly on Wednesday, October 23, 2015.

Important Dates

Back to School Night

September 23, 2015  3-6p.m.


School Site Council meeting

September 18, 2015    9a.m.

3rd Annual College & Career Fair

Vista held its annual College & Career Fair on Wednesday, April 15, 2015. 137 students received important information on college and career resources available to them. 

Vista students are going to college......

27 Vista H.S. and Pathway students attended the annual Black College Expo at the L.A. Convention Center on Saturday, January 31, 2015. Students participated in college workshops focusing on STEAM education, Financial Aid guidance, future career demands...and much more. Black College Expo.jpg

Class of 2016 Graduation!

2016 Graduation

Thursday, June 9, 2016

1:00 p.m.

Bateman Hall


Weekly Events

Today: 11/29/15

HUB Cities

Hub cities will be working with Vista High School to place students in College and Career training! Please see Mrs. Castro in the College and Career Center.


Students be aware of Lynwood Curfew Law

The Lynwood Municipal Code (Subsection 3-11.1b) states: It is unlawful for any minor under the age of eighteen (18) to remain in any public place or establishment within the city between the hours of ten o'clock (10:00) p.m. and six o'clock (6:00) a.m.



  • The minor is accompanied by his/her parent(s), legal guardian, or by his/her spouse who is eighteen (18) years of age or older;
  • The minor is involved in an emergency;
  • The minor is attending, going to or returning home without any detour or stop form an official meeting, school activity, civic organization, educational, religious or recreational activity supervised by adults;
  • The minor is engaged in lawful employment activity or is going to or returning from a lawful employment activity without any detour or stop;
  • The minor is in a motor vehicle involved in interstate travel;
  • The minor is exercising his/her first amendment rights, such as freedom of speech, rights of assembly or free exercise of religion;
  • The minor in an "emancipated minor" as that term is defined in Family Code 7002.