Citizens of the World Charter School 1316 N Bronson Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Citizens of the World Charter School is a public charter school for children in kindergarten through eighth grades. The…More school offers children an academic curriculum mixed with art, music, physical education and experiential learning. Enrollment in the school is determined by a public lottery.
Immaculate Heart High School and Middle School is a college-preparatory school for young women. Opened by the Sisters…More of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1906, the private school is located on seven acres of hillside property, near the corner of Western and Franklin avenues in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles.
Many of the schools' earliest graduates were pioneers in fields rarely open to women. Today, almost 100 percent of graduates here go on to college immediately and often to the most prestigious in the country. The school's mascot is a panda, and its colors are blue and white. The graduation ceremony for the senior class is held at the Hollywood Bowl.
Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School is on Franklin Avenue near Gower Street, and is a part of the Los Angeles Unified…More School District. The school's mission is to have a safe haven for students to develop trust and mutual respect among teachers, parents and students who share the common goal to meet all grade level standards. On the campus, in addition to the regular classes in the elementary school, there are two special education pre-school classes and the state pre-school program. The school's name comes from the cherimoya fruit, because in the early 19th century, groves of cherimoya trees lined the surrounding areas of what is now Franklin Avenue.
Wonderland Avenue School 8510 Wonderland Ave, Los Angeles, CA90046 The Wonderland Avenue School provides academic instruction to children in kindergarten through the fifth grades. The…More school offers students a curriculum of language arts, math, science, social studies, music, dance, drama, fine arts and physical education; the school also offers a magnet program.
Helen Bernstein High School 1309 N Wilton Pl, Los Angeles, CA90028 Built in 2008, Helen Bernstein High School is located on the corner of Wilton Place and Fountain Avenue. The school is…More divided into different learning communities. There are several academies, including: Arts, Media, and Entertainment (AME), Business, Technology, and Labor Relations (BTLR), and The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Medicine (STEM). The Academic Performance Excellence (APEX) Academy is a program geared toward at-risk youth. The high school is named after Helen Bernstein, an educational reformer and former president of United Teachers Los Angeles. The school mascot is the dragon.
Le Conte Middle School 1316 N Bronson Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Located on Bronson Avenue next to the Tribune Studios, Le Conte Middle School serves the Hollywood, Beachwood Canyon and…More the Larchmont areas and has about 270 students. The school is committed to meeting the instructional needs of early adolescents, building self-esteem as well as a sense of moral and social responsibility. Le Conte has an after-school recreation program and an International Humanities Magnet. School colors are white and blue, and the eagle is its mascot.
Blessed Sacrament School 6641 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 Blessed Sacrament is a private Catholic school on Sunset Boulevard just a few blocks east of Highland Avenue, on the…More grounds of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament, in an Italian Renaissance-style building. While schools officials recognize that parents have the primary responsibility to educate their children, the school offers a formal education that nurtures, supports and compliments the parents' training. Founded in 1913 by the Sisters of the Immaculate Heart, it became a Jesuit-sponsored school in 1923. The school offers a computer program in all grades, and two technology labs were completely refurbished and re-equipped in 2010.
Hollywood High School 1521 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 Built in 1908, Hollywood High School is located just south of Hollywood Boulevard, at the corner of Highland Avenue and…More Sunset Boulevard. It is the alma mater of more than 500 notable celebrities, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Carole Burnett and Lawrence Fishburne. The school has a performing arts MAGNET, which includes acting, dancing and singing. The school's colors are crimson and white, and its mascot is The Sheik, named after the Rudolph Valentino movie of the same name.
Gardner Street Elementary School 7450 Hawthorn Ave, Los Angeles, CA90046 Established in 1910, Gardner Street Elementary School is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. It provides…More instruction to children in kindergarten through sixth grade, along with sports programs and various clubs. Kenneth L. Urbina is the principal.
Valley View Elementary School 6921 Woodrow Wilson Dr, Los Angeles, CA90068 Located just off Cahuenga Blvd West, Valley View Elementary School is one of the smallest school in the Los Angeles…More Unified District. Known for providing a dynamic learning environment for children K-6th grade, the school encourages hard work and inventive collaboration with the community, parents and faculty. Valley View's mission is to teach children in a dynamic and supportive learning environment.
Los Angeles Recording School 6690 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90028 The Los Angeles Recording School's intensive audio education is designed to take students inside the world of music and…More audio production. The school is in the heart of Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard. From day one, students apprentice under a professional in the business, and learn one-on-one at a music production company. The goal of the LARS program is to give each student the best education in music and music management.
Grant Elementary School 1530 N Wilton Pl, Los Angeles, CA90028 Located on Wilton Place just south of Hollywood Boulevard, Grant Elementary School is situated in the heart of Little…More Armenia. School administrators recognize that while all students might not have equal talents, each student deserves equal opportunity to develop those talents. Grant faculty members aim to provide each student with the skills and knowledge needed thrive in todays educational climate. In 2002, Grant students were recognized by Guiness World Records for trying to complete the worlds largest finger painting.
LACER After School Program 1718 N Cherokee Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 LACER — Literacy Arts Culture Education and Recreation — is a nonprofit organization that provides…More free arts and literacy after school activities to Los Angeles school children. LACER is located inside the Hollywood Community Service building on Cherokee Avenue just north of Hollywood Boulevard. The LACER after school program is partnered with United Way and offers visual art education, dance, music, academic support and sports. To enter the LACER office you must walk through the attached garage on Cherokee Avenue. For more information and to enroll your child call or visit the website.
The Oaks School 6817 Franklin Ave, Los Angeles, CA90028 The Oaks School is a private elementary school located on the corner of Franklin and Highland avenues, on the grounds…More of the Hollywood United Methodist Church. Its mission is that the best learning opportunities are created when children are able to share in the responsibility for their own education and where they feel safe to take risks, make mistakes and then gain knowledge. The Oaks provides an educational environment where children are encouraged to explore, challenge, inquire about, explain and interpret the world around them. A strong academic curriculum is an integrated with fine arts, physical education, technology, library arts and personal development. The school also prides itself on active parent participation and its involvement in civic programs.