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.
Glenfeliz Boulevard Elementary School 3955 Glenfeliz Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90039 Glenfeliz Boulevard Elementary School is part of Los Angeles Unified School District and located in the heart of Atwater…More Village. It serves students in grades K to 6. Classes are offered in science, math, language arts, social studies, English and art, among others. The school is headed by principal Karen Sulahian.
Harris Newmark Continuation High School 134 Witmer St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Though technically a continuation high school, Harris Newmark also offers grade levels 9 through 12 like a traditional…More high school. This small alternative school, which operates year-round, is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Edward Roybal Learning Center 1200 Colton St, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Edward Roybal Learning Center is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It provides instruction in a…More variety of subjects, including computer science, business, finance and languages. It also offers athletics, after-school programs and courses for adult learners and students with special behavioral issues.
Rosemont Avenue Elementary School 421 Rosemont Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 As part of Local District 4 of the Los Angeles Unified School District, Rosemont Avenue Elementary School serves more…More than 1,200 students in the first through fifth grades. The school is a single track school with three classrooms for special education students. The school participates in the Title I program, which provides supplemental materials and services as well as the GATE program, which seeks and refers gifted children.
Ivanhoe Elementary School 2828 Herkimer St, Los Angeles, CA90039 Ivanhoe Elementary School is a part of the Los Angeles Unified School District and serves students in grades K-5. The…More school, which is home of the Dragons, offers coursework in math, science, language arts, Social Studies, technology, music and more. Headed by Principal Jumie Sugahara, Ivanhoe is committed to scholastic development in every endeavor.
A member of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the Mayberry Street Elementary School reflects the diverse…More population of Echo Park. The student body is comprised of predominantly Hispanic and Filipino children. Founded in 1926, the school currently has more than 400 students, 24 certified teachers and two teachers without full credentials. Rosa Eshaq is the principal.</p>
Logan Street Children's Center 1712 Montana St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Logan Street Children's Center is a facet of the Los Angeles County Unified School District aimed at preparing…More preschool-age children for kindergarten and offering child care at low cost for qualifying families. The Logan Street Children's Center staff is licensed and credentialed through the state of California. Tuition is based on a sliding-scale ability to pay. Applications are accepted all year.
Allesandro Elementary 2210 Riverside Dr, Los Angeles, CA90039 Part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, District 4, Allesandro Elementary servea children kindergarten…More through 5th grade. Principal Lynn Andrews presides over 25 classrooms, and the facility includes a cafeteria, library, music room and gymnasium. The enrollment is approximately 500, with an average of 16 students per teacher, most of which are fluent in Spanish and English. Attached to Allesandro Elementary is the Allesandro Cooperative Learning Magnet, a magnet school running on track C of the Concept 6 calendar.