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Attendance Office

The Attendance Office is open Monday-Friday 7:30 AM to 4:00 PM. The office is closed during Sustained Silent Reading (SSR).

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Enrollment and Attendance

How to Enroll at Narbonne

Students new to the area and are looking to enroll at Narbonne High School will need to visit the attendance office.  The following document will be needed for enrollment:

  1. Proof of Age (Birth Certificate or Passport)
  2. Proof of Address (Current utility bill-gas, water, or power-or a rental agreement.  Telephone bills or a driver's license will not be accepted as "Proof of Address."
  3. Immunization Record
  4. Transfer (PAR) and Transcripts. (PARs are given at the last school of attendance.  Checkout grades are required for appropriate placement.)
  5. ID20 (For incoming middle school students from other LAUSD schools only.)
  6. Parent/Legal Guardian Identification
  7. IEP or 504 Plan (If applicable, must bring copy of current plan.)

The enrollment process can not be completed if any of the couments mentioned above are missing. 

Information about Fall Registration will be posted in June.  The application for enrollment in Narbonne's Math/Science Magnet is found in the LAUSD Choices Catalog available in December. 

Attendance Incentive Program

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Attendance Policy

Regular attendance is essential to academic achievement. Every student at Narbonne High School is expected to attend each class and be on time to class every day. Parents are expected to monitor student’s progress and communicate with the school when there is a question or concern.


The Phone Master automatic parent notification system calls home in the evening the day following a student absence from any class period with a recorded message to inform the parent of the absence. Parents who do not want to be notified that their child is absent must contact the Attendance Office. Students are permitted to make up any work missed due an excused absence. We recommend they obtain contact information from fellow students so they can be made aware of any work they may have missed. Students who return from an absence of more than five days must bring a doctor’s note.


The student brings a note signed by the parent indicating the date(s) of and the reason for the absence. The note must include the student’s full name, date of birth and a valid telephone number. Absence forms are available in the Attendance Office.

When students are absent from period one only (partial day absence), the parent must notify the Attendance Office in person or by telephone on the day of the absence or a truancy will be issued. Students with excessive truancies can be subject to a citation. No written notes are accepted for a period one absence.

The Attendance Office opens at 7:30 a.m. Students returning from an absence must arrive at school in time to be re-admitted and to report to their first class on time.


Narbonne High School maintains an On Time Policy. The Phone Master automatic parent notification system calls home in the evening the day following a student tardy from any class period with a recorded message to inform the parent of the tardy. Students are not permitted to enter any class after the period begins without a tardy pass. Student who are tardy are to report to the main entrance for a tardy pass.

Both the Dean’s Office and the Attendance Office issue WARNINGS and VIOLATIONS to students who cut class or who are truant from school. Warnings and violations can lead to disciplinary action and transfer to another school.