The deal totals 60 half-hour programmes from the show, which launched in 2013.
The series is billed as a realistic portrayal of inner-city high school students who confront difficult social challenges against the backdrop of dance.
“We are thrilled to bring East Los High to worldwide audiences. The series is a game-changer that has completely shattered the bar in the genre,” said Daniel March, managing partner, Dynamic.
“This is a high powered, emotional drama that speaks to the most sought after youth audience by tackling very difficult everyday challenges.”
It joins series such as Madiba and Trapped on the Dynamic slate.