Culver City Unified School District

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Culver City Unified School District, abbreviated CCUSD, is a school district located in Culver City, California that serves approximately 6,500 pupils in a variety of schools.

The Culver City Unified School District primarily consists of five K-5 elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. It also includes an alternative high school, an independent study school, an adult school and a preschool program.

The current district superintendent is David LaRose.[1]

One elementary school, El Marino Language School, has both a Spanish and Japanese language immersion program. It is a blue ribbon school in the US with top students coming from it every year. Unlike the other four elementary schools in the district, El Marino does not have a neighborhood attendance area. Instead, admission is based on a lottery system in compliance with the California Education Code.[2]


Online School[edit]

  • iAcademy (K-12), 4601 Elenda St, CP annex #6


  • Office of Child Development (preschool), 10800 Farragut Drive

Elementary Schools[edit]

  • El Marino Language School (K-5), 11450 Port Rd.
  • El Rincon School (K-5), 11177 Overland Ave.
  • Farragut School (K-5), 10820 Farragut Dr.
  • Howe (Linwood E.) Elementary School (K-5), 4100 Irving Pl.
  • La Ballona School (K-5), 10915 Washington Blvd.

Middle School[edit]

  • Culver City Middle School (6-8), 4601 Elenda St. Culver City, CA

High Schools[edit]

Adult School[edit]

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Coordinates: 34°01′21″N 118°23′38″W / 34.022457°N 118.393782°W / 34.022457; -118.393782