Established in 1925, Nathaniel A. Narbonne High School was originally situated in the city of Lomita at what is now Fleming Middle School. The school was named for Nathaniel Andrew Narbonne, a sheep rancher who owned most of the land in the area
Narbonne High School is very proud of the 43 point jump in API and credits its success to its conscientious students, faculty, and staff. The campus is home to over 2,700 ethnically, culturally, and socio-economically diverse students. The campus has five small learning communities and is home to Narbonne High School Math/Science Magnet. Narbonne High School is located on a 37.5-acre campus in Harbor City and is located in Education Service Center-South.
Narbonne High School is the Home of the Gauchos.
Narbonne has been selected as a Schools for Advanced Studies site beginning with the 2016-2017 academic year. Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS) programs serve as District demonstration sites for innovative and research-based differentiated curriculum and instruction for gifted/high ability learners in multiple categories. The selection of a school a Schools for Advanced Studies site is based on proven commitment and ability to offer a sustained, highly effective, exemplary gifted and talented education (GATE) program that includes essential GATE program components: l) Gifted Identification, 2) Instruction and Academic Achievement of GATE Learners, 3) Knowledgeable and Skilled Staff, and 4) Parent, Family, and Community Engagement.
More details for the SAS programs, student applications and classes offered at Narbonne will be posted in the future.
Congratulations Narbonne Faculty, Staff, and Students for a job well done!