Pacific Charter School Development 316 W 2nd St, Los Angeles, CA90012 Pacific Charter School Development is a nonprofit real estate development organization that works to build low-cost…More facilities for charter schools. The company focuses on neighborhoods that are overcrowded and have underperforming schools. The company's goal is to help charter schools concentrate on teaching rather than building classrooms.
Vista Charter Middle School 2900 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Vista Charter Middle School is part of the California Charter Schools Association. It serves students in grades six…More to eight and offers a rigorous curriculum in math, science, social studies, physical education and English. Roger Avila is the principal.
Santa Monica Boulevard Community Charter School 2900 W Temple St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Santa Monica Boulevard Community Charter School teaches students in pre-school thorough 6th grade. The school focuses on…More teaching fundamental education. It has a uniform policy as well as a strict tardy and absence policy. After-school activities consist of KidsSpeak, which is a communication program to build better speakers, and student council. For information on demographics and the schools report card, please visit the website.
Gabriella Charter School 1435 Logan St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Gabriella Charter School was established by the Gabriella Axelrad Education Foundation. The public school offers a wide…More range of programs and activities for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. It also incorporates one hour per day of dance into its standards-based curriculum, and offers students a chance to develop and refine skills in performing, fundamentals and more. Check the school's website for program details and enrollment information.
Los Angeles Unified School District 333 S Beaudry Ave, Los Angeles, CA90017 The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) encompasses not only the city of Los Angeles, but other outlying areas…More in Los Angeles County as well. Based on student enrollment, LAUSD is California's second largest public school system and the United State's second largest public school district. In addition to elementary, middle and high schools, LAUSD includes a number of charter, continuation and adult education schools.
Sandra Cisneros Learning Academy 1018 Mohawk St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Named after the Mexican-American author, the Sandra Cisneros Learning Academy offers elementary and middle school-level…More classes. It is managed by the Camino Nuevo Charter Academy and offers a bilingual education. An emphasis is also placed on the arts, as the curriculum offers dance, drama and art classes.