After School Tutoring
- MATH - Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 3:15 p.m.—4:15p.m. in Room 203
- ENGLISH = Appointment from Teachers
College & Career Office
- William Garcia, Counselor, x1220, Room 117
- Work Permits see Mr. Brown in the Counseling Office (SMST Office)
A-G Diploma PSA Advisor
- Kelvin Piazza, Counselor, x1065, Room 117
- Assistance for students who are identified as at-risk for dropping out
- Contact Randy Grant, X 1267
- Services for English as a Second Language students.
Greenway Art Alliance
- Provides opportunities for students to participate in the performing arts. Students may write, produce and act in plays and Public Service Announcements at Greenway Court.
- Contact Brenda Rappaport, X 1215
- Counseling services for students
- L.A.C.E.R. Afterschool Programs is a non-profit Literacy & Arts based program at Fairfax High since 2007. L.A.C.E.R. offers art and academic enrichment activities Monday through Friday from 3:00-6:00 p.m. in Room 504. L.A.C.E.R. sponsors free field trips and offers help with college prep throughout the year. L.A.C.E.R. also hosts a limited Summer Program as well.
Melrose Trading Post
Classes and services are FREE and Fairfax students can enroll anytime during the year. Visit L.A.C.E.R. home webpage at
Contact info. Adriana Almazan, L.A.C.E.R. Program Director @ Fairfax (323) 944-6277 and email@example.com
- Contact Pierson, X 323-655-7678
- Flea market held on Fairfax grounds every Sunday
- Contact Barbara Greenberg, X 1207
- Provides counseling services as required on IEPs (Special Education)
- Contact K. Cohen, Room 505, X 505 at Fairfax High
- At Fairfax High, Project 10 is a weekly support group for LGBTIQ students.
- At the District level, Project 10 is a program of the Los Angeles Unified School District that offers technical and educational support to schools for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students. The mission of Project 10, in accordance with the District's Nondiscrimination Policy and the California Student Safety and Violence Prevention Act of 2000, is to ensure safe, supportive and welcoming campuses free from discrimination and harassment for sexual minority youth.
Student Success Team
- Contact Rene Barbosa, Assistant Principal, SCS, x1061
- Reviews whether or not a student needs special education services
School for Advanced Studies (SAS)
- Contact Leonard Choi, Assistant Principal, x1261
- Contact B. Dunbar, X 1237
- Services and funds to serve the needs of low-income students
- Contact Craig Johnson in Room 322
- Anti-tobacco peer support group