Alliance Margaret M. Bloomfield High School

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We are currently enrolling students in grades 9-11 for the 2021-2022 school year!

Frequently asked questions regarding enrollment:


How do I enroll my child at Alliance Bloomfield High School or other Alliance charter schools?

Online application:

Contact the school to request an application or visit our website


How are students selected to attend an Alliance charter school?

Students are not "selected." Parents submit an application on a first come for serve procedure. ALL students who apply are accepted unless there are more applications than there are seats available. If there are more applications received by the published deadline, then a public random drawing is held. ALL applicants will be notified.


What is a random public lottery?

When a charter school receives more applications than there are seats available, the school is required to hold a public random lottery to provide an equal opportunity for students to enroll. Applications are randomly drawn to determine who will be enrolled for the coming academic year. Once all available slots are filled, students are placed on a waiting list in the order the application is drawn.


Do siblings have priority for enrollment?

Yes. Siblings of student’s already attending an Alliance charter school have preference for enrollment and are not required to participate in the random public lottery.

Complete an online enrollment application today by clicking here!
Or you can print and complete a paper application by clicking here!
For questions about enrollment, visit the Alliance College-Ready Public Schools' enrollment page or call the school at (323) 537-2060.

Blended Learning

Alliance Margaret M. Bloomfield High School utilizes the Blended Learning, which provides each student with a laptop and uses a wide variety of technological tools to prepare them for success in college and future careers.  To read more about the blended learning model, click here.


Alliance Margaret M. Bloomfield High School is located in Huntington Park, southeast of downtown Los Angeles. The area is primarily home to Mexican-American families, many of whom are recent immigrants to the United States. 
99% Latino, and 1% African American, 18% English Language Learners, and 93% Free/Reduced Meal Program Participants

Principal Profile

Principal Meymarian began her experience in education as an instructional aid for The Glendale Unified School District. After attaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from California State University, Northridge, and counseling at-risk teenagers, Ms. Meymarian taught English as a foreign language in both Greece and The Czech Republic. In 2007, she earned her Single Subject Teaching Credential in English with a Master’s Degree in Secondary Education. Concurrently, she became the founding English teacher of Alliance Dr. Olga Mohan High School. Eager to combine her counseling background with her classroom experience, Ms. Meymarian pursued an Administrative Services Credential from Loyola Marymount University to get into school administration. In 2010, she became assistant principal of Alliance Collins Family College-Ready High School where she served for four years. Principal Meymarian strives for academic excellence, data-driven school culture, and high parent involvement.