Carpenter Community Charter School
|Carpenter Community Charter School|
3909 Carpenter Avenue, Studio City, CA 91604
|Motto||Cultivating young minds for a modern world.|
|School district||Los Angeles Unified School District|
|Website||Carpenter Community Charter School|
Carpenter Community Charter is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District. The school is in Studio City. The school was opened in 1924 under the name Carpenter Avenue School and is still in the same location. The Administrative Building was constructed in 1938 in PWA Moderne styling. It was originally a high school.
The current principal of the school (2010-2011 school year) is Joseph Martinez and the assistant principal is Rosalinda Cardenas. In September 2002 the school had a newer, larger library built complete with an Internet connection.
For the 2008-2009 school year Carpenter had an enrollment of 847 students with the following racial/ethnic profile; White 76.3%, Hispanic 8.7%, Asian 8.1%, Black 4.6%, Filipino 1.3%, Other 1%. Carpenter is not eligible for Title I funding. Carpenter receives approximately $300,000 annually via the fundraising efforts of parents.
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- "Carpenter Avenue Elementary a new charter school". Daily News. Los Angeles Newspaper Group. Retrieved 21 June 2010.
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