Reseda High School’s Police Academy Magnet (PAM) began in the fall of 1998 and is one of four PAM high schools and two PAM middle schools in the LAUSD.

Reseda High’s award-winning career pathway program is a partnership between the LAPD and LAUSD, designed to educate students about law enforcement through a rigid course of study involving intense physical training and compulsory community service. An LAPD Officer is assigned a full-time position at the site to teach, counsel and mentor the students through their police academy experience.

Becoming a part of Reseda High School’s Police Academy Magnet is a major decision requiring the dedication of the student first and foremost.