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This is a list of schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.[1] The concept of zones is explained on the LAUSD website.[2]

K–12 schools[edit]

Zoned schools

Magnet/alternative schools

4–12 schools[edit]

Zoned schools
Magnet schools

K–8 schools[edit]

Pio Pico Span School
Zoned schools
  • Caroldale Learning Community (Carson)
  • Ellen Ochoa Learning Center (Cudahy, Opened 2004 [1])
  • Pio Pico Span School (K–8)], (formerly Pio Pico Elementary School, Los Angeles, Opened 1987 as a K–6 elementary school, expanded to K–8 in 1994–95)(When Central Region ES 13 [Carson-Gore Academy of Environmental Studies] opened in 2010, Pio Pico was reconfigured into a middle school [2])
  • South Region Span K–8 1 (Los Angeles, Opened 2011 [3])
  • Valley Region Hesby Span Elementary School (Los Angeles, Reopened 2006 [4])
  • Utah Elementary School
To be opened
  • Valley Span K–8 1 (Los Angeles, Opening 2012 [5])
  • Valley Span K–8 2 (Los Angeles, Opening 2012 [6])

Option schools[edit]


Secondary schools[edit]

6–12 schools[edit]

Magnet schools
Magnolia Schools

7–12 schools[edit]

Zoned schools

High schools (grades 9–12)[edit]

Zoned high schools[edit]

Gallery of high schools[edit]

Continuation high schools[edit]

Alternative high schools[edit]

Middle schools (grades 6–8)[edit]

Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Middle School (formerly Mt. Vernon Jr. High)
Thomas Starr King Middle School
John H. Liechty Middle School
Daniel Webster Middle School

Zoned middle schools[edit]

  • John Adams Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Audubon Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Bancroft Middle School (Los Angeles) – established 1929, contains a Performing Arts Magnet and a STE[+a]M Magnet
  • Belvedere Middle School (Unincorporated area)
  • Berendo Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Luther Burbank Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • John Burroughs Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Richard E. Byrd Middle School (Los Angeles) (A new campus for Byrd is under construction [26])
  • Andrew Carnegie Middle School (Carson)
  • Central Los Angeles Area New Middle School 3 (Opened 2009)
  • Central Region Middle School 7 (Opened in 2011)
  • Dr. George Washington Carver Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Henry Clay Middle School (Unincorporated area)
  • William Jefferson Clinton Middle School (Los Angeles) (Opened 2006 [27]) – Formerly Central Los Angeles Area New Middle School #4
  • Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Middle School (Los Angeles) – (formerly Mount Vernon Middle School)
  • Christopher Columbus Middle School
  • Glenn Hammond Curtiss Middle School (Carson)
  • Dodson Middle School
  • Charles R. Drew Middle School
  • Thomas A. Edison Middle School
  • El Sereno Middle School
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson Middle School
  • Alexander Fleming Middle School
  • Robert Frost Middle School
  • David Wark Griffith Middle School
  • Gompers Middle School
  • George Ellery Hale Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Patrick Henry Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Hollenbeck Middle School
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes International Middle School
  • Washington Irving Middle School
  • Young Oak Kim Academy
  • Thomas Starr King Middle School
  • Ernest Lawrence Middle School
  • Le Conte Middle School
  • John H. Liechty Middle School
  • Los Angeles Academy Middle School
  • James Madison Middle School, North Hollywood
  • Horace Mann Middle School
  • Marina del Rey Middle School
  • Edwin Markham Middle School
  • Millikan Middle School
  • Henry T. Gage Middle School
  • Mount Gleason Middle School
  • John Muir Middle School
  • William Mulholland Middle School
  • Florence Nightingale Middle School
  • Chester W. Nimitz Middle School
  • Alfred Bernhard Nobel Charter Middle School
  • Northridge Middle School
  • Olive Vista Middle School
  • Pacoima Middle School
  • Palms Middle School
  • Robert E. Peary Middle School
  • George K. Porter Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Gaspar De Portola Middle School
  • Walter Reed Middle School
  • Paul Revere Charter Middle School (Los Angeles)
  • Roy Romer Middle School
  • San Fernando Middle School (San Fernando)
  • Sepulveda Middle School
  • Southeast Middle School] (South Gate
  • South Gate Middle School (South Gate, Opened 1941)
  • South Region Middle School #2 (Bell, Opened 2010)
  • South Region Middle School #6 (Opened 2010)
  • Robert Louis Stevenson Middle School
  • Sun Valley Middle School
  • John A. Sutter Middle School
  • Van Nuys Middle school
  • Virgil Middle School
  • Vista Middle School
  • Daniel Webster Middle School
  • Stephen White Middle School
  • Wilmington Middle School
  • Woodland Hills Academy
  • Orville Wright Middle School
  • Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle School
  • Walnut Park Middle School

Middle schools to be opened[edit]

  • South Region Middle School #3 (Unincorporated Los Angeles County, to be opened [28])

Alternative middle schools Magnet only[edit]

  • North Valley Charter Academy

Elementary schools[edit]

Zoned elementary schools[edit]

Tenth Street School

Numbers[edit]

  • 1st Street Elementary School
  • 2nd Street Elementary School
  • 3rd Street Elementary School
  • 4th Street Elementary School
  • 6th Avenue Elementary School
  • 7th Street Elementary School
  • 9th Street Elementary School
  • 10th Street Elementary School
  • 15th Street Elementary School
  • 20th Street Elementary School
  • 24th Street Elementary School
  • 28th Street Elementary School
  • 42nd Street Elementary School
  • 49th Street Elementary School
  • 52nd Street Elementary School
  • 54th Street Elementary School
  • 59th Street Elementary School
  • 61st Street Elementary School
  • 66th Street Elementary School
  • 68th Street Elementary School
  • 74th Street Elementary School
  • 75th Street Elementary School
  • 92nd Street Elementary School
  • 93rd Street Elementary School
  • 95th Street Elementary School
  • 96th Street Elementary School
  • 99th Street Elementary School
  • 107th Street Elementary School
  • 109th Street Elementary School
  • 112th Street Elementary School
  • 116th Street Elementary School
  • 118th Street Elementary School
  • 122nd Street Elementary School
  • 135th Street Elementary School
  • 153rd Street Elementary School
  • 156th Street Elementary School
  • 186th Street Elementary School
  • 232nd Place Elementary School

A[edit]

  • Albion Street Elementary School
  • Aldama Elementary School
  • Alexander Jr., Dr. Theodore T. Science Center School
  • Alexandria Avenue Elementary School
  • Allesandro Elementary School
  • Alta California Elementary School
  • Alta Loma Elementary School
  • Amanecer Primary Center (K–2) (Opened 2005 [29])
  • Ambler Avenue Elementary School
  • Amestoy Elementary School
  • Anatola Avenue Elementary School
  • Andasol Avenue Elementary School
  • Angeles Mesa Elementary School
  • Ann Street Elementary School (5th Oldest Elementary School in LAUSD, Opened 1884)
  • Annalee Avenue Elementary School
  • Annandale Elementary School
  • Anton, William R. Elementary School (Note: Hammel Street Elementary Demolished after school Moved to Anton.)
  • Apperson Street Elementary School
  • Aragon Avenue Elementary School
  • Arlington Heights Elementary School
  • Arminta Street Elementary School
  • Arroyo Seco Museum Science Magnet
  • Ascot Avenue Elementary School
  • Aspire Firestone Academy
  • Aspire Gateway Chater Academy
  • Aspire Inskeep Academy Charter
  • Aspire Junior Collegiate Acadmey
  • Aspire Slauson Acadeny Elementary
  • Aspire Tate, Juanita Academy Elementary
  • Aspire Titan Academy
  • Atwater Avenue Elementary School
  • Aurora Elementary School (Opened 2006 [30])
  • Avalon Gardens Elementary School

B[edit]

  • Judith F. Baca Arts Academy
  • Danny J. Bakewell Sr. Primary Center (Kindergarten, opened 2005 [31])
  • Balboa Elementary Magnet
  • Baldwin Hills Elementary School
  • Bandini Street Elementary School
  • Banning New Elementary School #1
  • Charles W. Barrett Elementary School (formerly 98th Street School)
  • Barton Hill Elementary School
  • Bassett Street Elementary School
  • Beachy Avenue Elementary School
  • Beckford Charter for Enriched Studies
  • Beethoven Street Elementary School
  • Bellevue Primary Center (K–1)
  • Bellingham Elementary School (Opened 2004 [32])
  • Belvedere Elementary School
  • Bertrand Avenue Elementary School
  • Frances Blend Elementary School
  • Blythe Street Elementary School
  • Bonita Street Elementary School
  • Braddock Drive Elementary School
  • Tom Bradley Global Awareness Magnet (The school also takes "zoned" students & also formerly known as Dublin Elementary)
  • Brainard Elementary School
  • Breed Street Elementary School (2nd Oldest Elementary School in LAUSD, Opened 1881.)
  • Brentwood Elementary Science Magnet (only kindergarten is zoned – 1–5 are magnet students)
  • Bridge Street Elementary School
  • Birdielee V. Bright Elementary School (formerly 36th Street School)
  • Broad Avenue Elementary School
  • Broadacres Avenue Elementary School
  • Hillery T. Broadous Elementary School (formerly Filmore Street School)
  • Broadway Elementary School
  • Brockton Avenue Elementary School
  • Brooklyn Avenue Elementary School
  • Bryson Avenue Elementary School
  • Buchanan Street Elementary School
  • Budlong Avenue Elementary School
  • Burbank Boulevard Elementary School
  • Burton Street Elementary School
  • Bushnell Way Elementary School

C[edit]

Carthay Center School
  • Cabrillo Avenue Elementary School
  • Cahuenga Elementary School
  • Calabash Charter Academy
  • Calahan Community Charter School
  • Calvert Charter for Enriched Studies
  • Camellia Avenue Elementary School
  • Canfield Avenue Elementary School
  • Canoga Park Elementary School
  • Cantara Street Elementary School
  • Canterbury Avenue Elementary School
  • Canyon Charter Elementary School
  • Capistrano Avenue Elementary School
  • Andres & Maria Cardenas Elementary School (Opened 2010)
  • Caroldade Learning Community School
  • Carpenter Community Charter School (formerly Carpenter Avenue Elementary School)
  • Carson Street Elementary School
  • Carson-Gore Academy of Environmental Studies (Opened 2010)
  • Carthay Center Elementary School (beginning in Fall 2014, Carthay ES becomes Carthay Elementary of Environmental Studies Magnet)
  • Castelar Street Elementary School (4th Oldest Elementary School in LAUSD located in Chinatown, Opened 1882.)
  • Castle Heights Elementary School
  • Castlebay Lane Elementary School
  • Catskill Avenue Elementary School
  • Central Los Angeles New Learning Center K–3 (Opened 2009 [33]) (Located on The Ambassador Hotel site)
  • Central Region Elementary School 13 (Opened 2010 [34])
  • Central Region Elementary School 14 (Opened 2010 [35])
  • Central Region Elementary School 15 (Opened 2010 [36])
  • Central Region Elementary School 16 (Opened 2010 [37])
  • Central Region Elementary School 17 (Opened 2010 [38])
  • Central Region Elementary School 18 (Opened 2010 [39])
  • Central Region Elementary School 19 and EEC (Opened 2010 [40])
  • Century Park Elementary School
  • Chandler Learning Academy
  • Chapman Elementary School
  • Charnock Road Elementary School
  • Chase Street Elementary School
  • Chatsworth Park Elementary School
  • Cesar Chavez Elementary School (Opened 2005)[41]}
  • Cheremoya Avenue Elementary School
  • Chime Institute Schwarzenegger Community School (formerly Collier Street Elementary School)
  • Cienega Elementary School
  • Cimmaron Avenue Elementary School
  • City Terrace Elementary School
  • Clifford Street Math & Technology Magnet
  • Clover Avenue Elementary School
  • Coeur d'Alene Avenue Elementary School
  • Cohasset Street Elementary School
  • Coldwater Canyon Elementary School
  • Colfax Charter Elementary School
  • Coliseum Street Elementary School
  • Columbus Avenue Elementary School
  • Commonwealth Avenue Elementary School
  • Community Magnet Elementary School
  • Compton Avenue Elementary School
  • Corona Avenue Elementary School
  • Sara Coughlin Elementary School (Opened 2005 [42])
  • Cowan Avenue Elementary School
  • Cresent Heights Boulevard Elementary Language Arts and Social Justice Magnet
  • Crestwood Street Elementary School

D[edit]

Dorris Place Elementary
  • Dahila Heights Elementary School
  • Danube Avenue Elementary School
  • Darby Avenue Charter School
  • Dayton Heights Elementary School
  • George De La Torre Elementary School (Opened 2006)
  • Dearborn Elementary Charter School
  • Del Amo Elementary School
  • Frank Del Olmo Elementary School (Opened 2006 [43])
  • Delevan Drive Elementary School
  • Christopher Dena Elementary School (formerly Dacotah Street School)
  • Denker Avenue Elementary School
  • Dixie Canyon Community Charter School
  • Dolores Street Elementary School
  • Dominguez Elementary School
  • Dorris Place Elementary School
  • Dyer Street Elementary School

E[edit]

Esperanza Elementary School
  • Eagle Rock Elementary School
  • Eastman Avenue Elementary School
  • El Dorado Avenue Elementary School
  • El Oro Way Charter for Enriched Studies
  • El Sereno Elementary School
  • Elysian Heights Elementary School
  • Emelita Academy Charter School
  • Enadia Technology Enriched Charter School (Reopened in 2008 [44])
  • Encino Charter Elementary School
  • Erwin Elementary School
  • Jaime Escalante Elementary School (Opened 2010)
  • Martha Escutia Primary Center (Opened 2005, [45])
  • Eshelman Avenue Elementary School
  • Esperanza Elementary School
  • Estrella Elementary School (Opened 2010)
  • Euclid Avenue Elementary School
  • Evergreen Avenue Elementary School

F[edit]

Fairburn Avenue School
  • Fair Avenue Elementary School – Established just after World War II (1946) as an "Overflow" school from Victory Boulevard School in North Hollywood – Bungalows were moved from Victory Boulevard School to Fair Avenue (near) Tunjunga Blvd in North Hollywood in an empty farm lot.
  • Fairburn Avenue Elementary School
  • Farmdale Elementary School
  • Fenton Avenue Elementary School (Charter School)
  • Fenton Avenue Primary Center (Opened 2013)
  • Fernangeles Elementary School
  • Figueroa Street Elementary School
  • Fishburn Avenue Elementary School (Maywood)
  • Fletcher Drive Elementary School
  • Florence Avenue Elementary School
  • Lovelia P. Flournoy Elementary School (formerly 111th Street School)
  • Ford Boulevard Elementary School
  • Franklin Avenue Elementary School
  • Fries Avenue Elementary School
  • Fullbright Avenue Elementary School

G[edit]

Evelyn Thurman Gratts Elementary School
  • Gardner Street Elementary School
  • Germain Street Elementary[9]
  • Glen Alta Elementary School
  • Glassell Park Elementary School
  • Grant Elementary School[10]
  • Graham Elementary School
  • Grape Elementary School
  • Evelyn Thurman Gratts Elementary School[11][12]
  • Florence Griffith-Joyner Elementary School[13]

H[edit]

  • Haddon Avenue Elementary School
  • Halldale Elementary School
  • Hamlin Charter Academy
  • Hancock Park Elementary School[14]
  • Harbor City Elementary School
  • Harding Street Elementary School
  • Harmony Elementary School (Opened 2004)[15]
  • Harrison Street Elementary School
  • Hart Street Elementary School
  • Harvard Elementary School (Opened 2005)[16]
  • Haskell Elementary STEAM Magnet[17]
  • Hawaiian Avenue Elementary School[18]
  • Haynes Charter for Enriched Studies
  • Hazeltine Avenue Elementary School
  • Heliotrope Avenue Elementary School
  • Herrick Avenue Elementary School
  • Hillcrest Drive Elementary School
  • Hillside Elementary School
  • Hobart Boulevard Elementary School[19]
  • Hollywood Primary Center (K–2) (Opened 2005)[20]
  • Holmes Avenue Elementary School
  • Hooper Avenue Elementary School (1–5)
  • Hooper Avenue Primary Center (Kindergarten only, Completed 2005)[21]
  • Hoover Street Elementary School
  • Hope Street Elementary School (Opened 2005)[22]
  • Hubbard Street Elementary School
  • Humphreys Avenue Elementary School
  • Huntinghton Drive Elementary School
  • Huntington Park Elementary School (Opened 2006)[23]

I[edit]

  • Independence Elementary School
  • Ivanhoe Elementary School

J[edit]

  • Dr. James Edward Jones Primary Center (Opened in 2008 [46])
  • Justice Street Academy Charter School

K[edit]

  • Julie Korenstein Elementary School (Opened 2010)
  • Kenter Canyon Charter Elementary School
  • Kester Avenue Elementary School
  • Charles H. Kim Elementary School (Opened Fall 2006 [47])
  • Kingsley Elementary School (Opened 2005 [48])
  • K.L. Carver Elementary School

L[edit]

Lockwood Avenue School
Maywood Elementary School
Magnolia Avenue Elementary School
Micheltoreana Street School
Overland Avenue Elementary School
Leo Politi Elementary School
  • La Salle Elementary School
  • Lafayette Park Primary Center
  • Lake Street Primary School
  • Robert Hill Lane Elementary School
  • Lanai Road Elementary School
  • Langdon Avenue Elementary School
  • Lankershim Elementary School
  • Lassen Elementary School
  • Latona Avenue Elementary School
  • Laurel Elementary School
  • Gerald A. Lawson Academy A/M/S Elementary School
  • Leapwood Avenue Elementary School
  • Dr. Sammy Lee Elementary M/HS Magnet
  • Leland Street Elementary School
  • Lemay Street Elementary School
  • Lexington Avenue Primary Center (K–2) (Opened 2006 [49])
  • Liberty Boulevard Elementary School
  • Liggett Street Elementary School
  • Lillian Elementary School
  • Limerick Avenue Elementary School (Opened 1957, Re-opened 1980)
  • Ricardo Lizarraga Elementary School (Opened 2005 [50])
  • Lockhurst Drive Elementary School
  • Lockwood Elementary School
  • Logan Street Elementary School
  • Loren Miller Elementary School
  • Loma Vista Elementary School (Maywood, Opened 1926)
  • Lomita Elementary M/S/T Magnet
  • Lorena Street Elementary School
  • Loreto Elementary School
  • Lorne Street Elementary School
  • Los Angeles Elementary School
  • Los Feliz Elementary School
  • Loyola Village Elementary School
  • Lucille Roybal-Allard Elementary School

M[edit]

  • John W. Mack Elementary School (Opened 2005 [51])
  • Madison Elementary School (Opened 2005)
  • Magnolia Avenue Elementary School
  • Main Street Elementary School
  • Maple Primary Center (K–1) (Opened 2004 [52])
  • Manchester Avenue Elementary School
  • Manhattan Place Elementary School
  • Mariposa-Nabi Primary Center (K–2) (Opened 2005 [53])
  • Marquez Charter School (K–5)
  • Mckinley Avenue Elementary School
  • Mayall Elementary School
  • Mayberry Elementary School(K–6)
  • Maywood Elementary School (Maywood, Opened 2005 [54])
  • Melvin Avenue Elementary School
  • Menlo Elementary School
  • Micheltorena Elementary School (2 – 6)
  • Michelle Obama Elementary School
  • Middleton Elementary School] (1 – 6)
  • Middleton Primary Center (Kindergarten) (Opened 2005 [55])
  • Miramonte Elementary School
  • John B. Monlux Elementary School
  • Morningside Elementary School
  • Montara Avenue Elementary School

N[edit]

  • Normont Elementary School
  • Norwood Street Elementary School
  • Nueva Vista Elementary School (Bell, Opened 1991)
  • Nevada Ave Elementary School

O[edit]

  • Overland Avenue Elementary School (Los Angeles)
  • Oxnard Elementary School

P[edit]

  • Pacific Boulevard Elementary School (Opened 2005 [56])
  • Palisades Charter Elementary School (chartered 1993, renewed 2005)
  • President Avenue Elementary School
  • Palms Elementary School
  • Plasencia Elementary School
  • Leo Politi Elementary School
  • Point Fermin Elementary School
  • Pomelo Drive Elementary School
  • Parmelee Avenue Elementary School

Q[edit]

  • Queen Anne Elementary School

R[edit]

  • Rosa Parks Learning Center (Opened 2006 [57])
  • Roscomare Road Elementary School
  • Rowan Elementary School
  • Rosewood Avenue Elementary School

S[edit]

Nora Sterry Elementary School
  • San Jose Elementary School
  • San Miguel Avenue Elementary School
  • Santa Monica Community Charter School
  • Saturn Elementary School (K–5)
  • Maurice Sendak Elementary School (Opened 2005 [58])
  • Sheridan Street Elementary School
  • Sherman Oaks Elementary School
  • Shirley Avenue Elementary School
  • Short Avenue Elementary School
  • Stanford Elementary School (1-5)
  • South Region Elementary School 1 (Opened 2010 [59])
  • South Region Elementary School 2 (Opened 2010 [60])
  • South Region Elementary School 3 (Cudahy, Opened 2010 [61])
  • South Region Elementary School 4 (South Gate, Opened 2010 [62])
  • South Region Elementary School 5 (South Gate, Opening 2012 [63])
  • South Region Elementary School 6 (Opened 2011 [64])
  • South Region Elementary School 7 (Opened 2011 [65])
  • Stanford Primary Center (Kindergarten, opened 2004 [66])
  • Nora Sterry Elementary School
  • Stonehurst Elementary School (Sun Valley)
  • Stoner Elementary School (Los Angeles)
  • Sunny Brae Elementary School
  • Sunland Elementary School
  • South Park Elementary School
  • Sunset Hills Elementary School, located in Watts
  • San Gabriel Elementary School
  • San Antonio Elementary School
  • State Street Elementary School

T[edit]

  • Teresa Hughes Elementary School
  • Topanga Elementary School (Unincorporated Los Angeles County)
  • Towne Avenue Elementary School
  • Tweedy Elementary School (Opened 2004 [67])
  • Telfair Avenue Elementary School

U[edit]

  • Union Avenue Elementary School

V[edit]

  • Valley Region Elementary School 6 (Opened 2010 [68])
  • Valley Region Elementary School 7 (Opened 2010 [69])
  • Valley Region Elementary School 8 (Opened 2010 [70])
  • Valley Region Elementary School 9 (Opened 2010 [71])
  • Valley Region Elementary School 10 (Opened 2010 [72])
  • Valley Region Elementary School 12 (Opened 2011 [73])
  • Van Gogh Street Elementary School
  • Van Deene Avenue Elementary School
  • Victoria Elementary School
  • Victory Elementary School (1 – 5)
  • Vintage Math/Science/Technology Magnet School (Only Kindergarten is zoned – Grades 1-5 are completely magnet)

W[edit]

  • Walnut Park Elementary School
Warner Avenue Elementary School
Westwood Charter Elementary School
  • Wadsworth Avenue Elementary School
  • Warner Avenue Elementary School (Los Angeles)
  • Washington Primary Center (K–1) (Opened 2005 [74])
  • Welby Way Elementary School
  • West Hollywood Elementary School
  • Westport Heights Elementary School
  • Westwood Charter Elementary School (Los Angeles)
  • Westminster Avenue Elementary School
  • Charles White Elementary School (Opened 2004 [75])
  • Wilton Place Elementary School
  • Wilbur Avenue Elementary School
  • Wilshire Crest Elementary School
  • Wilshire Park Elementary School (Opened 2006 [76])
  • Wonderland Avenue Elementary School
  • Woodcrest Elementary School
  • Woodland Hills Elementary School
  • Wisdom Elementary School (Opened 2010)
  • Wisdom Academy For Young Scientists

Optional elementary schools[edit]

  • 32nd USC Performing Arts
  • Arroyo Seco Museum Science Magnet
  • Balboa Gifted/High Ability Magnet Elementary School[24]
  • Carthay Environmental Studies Magnet (begins in Fall 2014. Students in zone accepted with Choices application throughout the year; students outside zone accepted based on magnet points & availability)
  • N.E.W. Canoga Park Elementary School (Opened 2006[25])
  • San Jose Highly Gifted Magnet Elementary[26]

Early education centers[edit]

  • Central Region EEC 1 (Opened in 2010 [77])
  • Central Region Gratts EEC (Opened in 2009 [78])
  • Valley Region EEC 1 (Opened in 2010 [79])

To be opened[edit]

  • Central Region EEC 2 (to be opened – Renovation of classrooms at Humphreys ES [80])
  • Central Region EEC 3 (to be opened – Renovation of classrooms at Utah ES [81])
  • Central Region Glassell Park EEC (to be opened [82])

References[edit]

  1. ^ "School Listings". Los Angeles Unified School District. Retrieved 7 November 2016. 
  2. ^ "About Zones of Choice". Los Angeles Unified School District. Retrieved 6 November 2016. 
  3. ^ Project Status, Los Angeles Unified School District, Facilities Services Division
  4. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=55.98037
  5. ^ http://www.laschools.org/clahs9.pdf
  6. ^ "Los Angeles International Charter High School". www.laicharter.org. Retrieved 2017-09-12. 
  7. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=55.98032
  8. ^ http://www.vaughncharter.com/
  9. ^ http://germain.lausd.k12.ca.us
  10. ^ http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Grant_EL/s
  11. ^ The History of Gratts Elementary
  12. ^ "Gratts Elementary : Main Menu". www.lausd.k12.ca.us. Retrieved 2017-09-12. 
  13. ^ http://sfpc.lausd.k12.ca.us/Joyner/default.htm
  14. ^ http://www.hancockparkschool.com/site/
  15. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=22.24046
  16. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=55.98015
  17. ^ http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Haskell_EL/
  18. ^ http://www.lausd.k12.ca.us/Hawaiian_EL/
  19. ^ http://www.lausd.net/Hobart_EL/
  20. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=47.07202
  21. ^ http://notebook.lausd.net/portal/page?_pageid=33,54194&_dad=ptl&_schema=PTL_EP
  22. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=47.07502
  23. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=47.03101
  24. ^ http://web.mac.com/balboamagnet/iWeb/Balboa%20Magnet/Home.html
  25. ^ http://www.laschools.org/project-status/one-project?project_number=47.02102
  26. ^ http://highlygiftedmagnet.com/

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