Admissions

How to Apply

Thank you for your interest in de Toledo High School.

Please follow these steps to complete the admission process.
Step 1 – REQUEST ADMISSION INFORMATION
Fill out our Online Inquiry Form to request information or call our office at 818.348.0048 ext. 116. We will then email you a username to log in to myJAG, our online admissions portal, with instructions on how to apply.  Logging in to myJAG will also provide you with an Admissions Progress Checklist, which will guide you through our admissions process.

Step 2 – CONNECT
The best way to get to know de Toledo High School is to connect with us. We invite you to see the highlights from our Virtual Open HousePlease also join us for more valuable opportunities to connect with Students, Parents, and Faculty.  For details or to RSVP, go to dths.org/connectwithus.

Step 3 – APPLY ONLINE - DUE JANUARY 8, 2021
Log into myJAG with your username and password to access your child's Admissions Progress Checklist and complete the online application.

Step 4 – SUBMIT RECOMMENDATION AND TRANSCRIPT REQUEST FORMS TO CURRENT SCHOOL
All forms are available in your child's Admissions Progress Checklist to be emailed to teachers and administrators, or downloaded and printed for distribution.

Step 5 – ATTEND YOUR INTERVIEW
Upon receipt of your completed application, the Department of Admissions will contact you to schedule your student’s Zoom interview with an Admissions Officer. Parents/guardians participate in the second half of the interview. We encourage both parents/guardians to join us for this important part of the admissions process.

Contact Us

Michelle November
Director of Admissions
admissions@dths.org
mnovember@dths.org
818.348.0048

Debbie Abelson
Director of Enrollment Management
dabelson@dths.org
818.449.3857 - direct

Jennifer Berger
Admissions and Administrative Coordinator
jberger@dths.org
818.449.3864 - direct


Located in the San Fernando Valley portion of the City of Los Angeles in Northern Los Angeles County. de Toledo High School is accredited by the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS), the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Builders of Jewish Education (BJE,) and financially supported by the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles and the Jim Joseph Foundation.