Betty Plasencia Elementary School 1321 Cortez St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Founded in 1884, Betty Plasencia Elementary School currently houses two schools on one campus. There is a main school…More with 1,000 students and a math and science magnet school with about 140 students. The school serves children from kindergarten through fifth grade. Originally called Cortez Street School, it was renamed when it expanded across the street. Betty Plasencia was a beloved employee of the school. The main school has 61 certificated teachers. Eleanor Vargas-Page is the principal. The magnet school has nine teachers. Julie Gonzalez in principal.
Burlington School 242 N Burlington Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Founded in 1974 as a private pre-school with an extended daycare center, Burlington School is a multi-lingual…More school that serves children ages two to ten years. Located between Beverly Boulevard and Temple Street, the school offers nnursery, pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and elementary school education. The school is registered under the California State Department of Education and boasts a staff experienced in the fields of early childhood and elementary education.
Rosemont Elementary School 421 Rosemont Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 Rosemont Elementary School is in the LAUSD district, serving the community of Rampart/Echo Park area. All teachers…More are certified and licensed through the State of California. Rosemont Elementary School's staff is there to help the children succeed and enter other schools with confidence in themselves. Rosemont Elementary School carries the slogan, "Success Starts Here!" with pride.
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.
St. Francis of Assisi School 1550 Maltman Ave, Los Angeles, CA90026 St. Francis of Assisi School is a K-8 school. The school aims to incorporate the values of the St. Francis Roman…More Catholic Church and community into each student. St. Francis of Assisi is led by Franciscan Friars. The school is across the street from the church.
Micheltorena Elementary School 1511 Micheltorena St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Micheltorena Elementary School is a public school for children in pre-school through sixth grade. In addition to the…More basic elementary curriculum, the school has developed a partnership with the nonprofit art education organization Blue Palm Art Culture Education to form the Micheltorena Arts Plan, a comprehensive sustainable arts program. This includes orchestral and vocal music instruction, access to a Mac-equipped computer lab and the chance to participate in the Young Storytellers Foundation, a nine-week, after-school screenwriting workshop for select fourth- and fifth-graders. Micheltorena Elementary School also offers free before- and after-school programs and an English and Spanish dual-language kindergarten.
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.
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.
Holy Trinity School 3716 Boyce Ave, Los Angeles, CA90039 Holy Trinity School is a Catholic elementary school. It serves students in grades kindergarten to 8th. The school's…More curriculum consists of studies in religion, mathematics, language, arts, technology, social studies, science, music art and physical education. Holy Trinity is headed by Principal Alice Martinez.
Los Angeles Family School 2646 Griffith Park Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90039 Los Angeles Family School is non-profit school for children ages 2 to 6. LAFS is a progressive pre-school that…More encourages parent participation and a rich community among families, teachers and children. Children learn thoughtfulness for others, problem solving skills and the components of peaceful conflict resolution; imagination and creativity are encouraged.
Founded in 1908, Clifford Street Elementary School is a small, urban school located in the hills of Echo Park. The…More school is also a Blue Ribbon School of excellence and earned an API score of 845 in 2009. Programs and initiatives include an arts program with visual arts, dance and theater. There is also a partnership with the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, an after-school arts program that features drumming and keyboarding and a physical education program.
In 2009, the school had 180 students, 10 certificated teachers and one teacher without full credentials. Armineh Alexan is the principal.
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.
Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts 450 N Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA90012 The Ramón C. Cortines School of Visual and Performing Arts is a school that focuses on the creative and…More performing arts, including dance, music, theatre and visual arts. The school also maintains programs for all student in the basic disciplines of math, science, English, and other required courses. The school has multiple extracurricular program and student clubs.
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.
Elysian Heights Elementary School 1562 Baxter St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Elysian Heights Elementary School has been educating children since 1915. It teaches prekindergarten through sixth grade…More and is is a Title 1 Academic Achievement Award winner. In recent years the school launched a visual arts program with an emphasis on pottery, theater, dance and visual arts. The school has an organic garden as well as a computer lab. In the '50s the school adopted a gray-striped tabby cat called Room 8, who, although no longer living, remains a beloved character at the school today. The school has 16 teachers. Veronica Herrera Lynch is the principal.
Cathedral High School 1253 Bishops Rd, Los Angeles, CA90012-1453 Cathedral High School is an all-male college preparatory school that adheres to the principles of the Lasallian…More Education tradition. Its mission is to provide an education that reinforces religious principles of self-worth and respect for all students, particularly those from poor economic backgrounds. Cathedral High School maintains a visual and performing arts program; videos of its theatrical performances can be viewed on the school's website.
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.
Opened in 1911, Our Lady of Loretto Grammar School is a Catholic elementary school in Echo Park. Originally, the…More school was housed in a building close to its current location on Union Avenue. In 1921, a six-classroom building was erected at the school's present location. In 1928 the first expansion was completed.
Over the years, the school has gone through many administrations and transformations. Currently it serves children in kindergarten through eighth grade.
Evans Alternative Education and Work Center 1018 Mohawk St, Los Angeles, CA90026 The Evans Alternative Education and Work Center provides recovery programs for students 16-18 who have dropped out…More of school. The center offers students the chance to receive a high school diploma, equivalency and technical and career training programs. The school emphasises independent study with flexible scheduling so that students can maintain or seek employment while enrolled. Students also have access to free classes at the Evans Adult School.
Hilltop Nursery School 3625 Marathon St, Los Angeles, CA90026 Hilltop Nursery School is a parent-participation cooperative preschool. It serves kids 2 to 5 years of age and…More provides financial aid to qualified families. The school, which utilizes a "free-choice, play-based, emergent curriculum," is open during the week and offers part-time, full-time and extended-day programs for kids.
The Neighborhood Nursery School 2700 Tesla Ave, Los Angeles, CA90039 The Neighborhood Nursery School is a non-profit cooperative institution for children. The Neighborhood Nursery…More School offers a cirriculum focusing on developing children's ability self-confidence, problem solving skills, emotional self control amongst a variety of others. The Neighborhood Nursery School has an extensive admissions' screening involving lacement tests and character analysis' of prospective students.