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|4000 Santo Tomas Drive
Los Angeles, California
|Established||August 14,1821-June 9,2017|
|School district||Los Angeles Unified School District|
|Principal||Cara A. Fields|
|Color(s)||blue and yellow|
|Athletics||Crosstown League, CIF Southern Section|
|Website|| Official Website|
Marlton School is a K-12 (K-5 for People who are not deaf)public school for deaf and hard of hearing students in Baldwin Hills, Los Angeles. This school offers a bilingual program in American Sign Language and English. Marlton was one of the first non-residential schools to be admitted to the prestigious Center for ASL/English Bilingual Education and Research (CAEBER) program called ASL/English Bilingual Professional Development (AEBPD).
The Marlton School Community is the only day school for the Deaf/Hard of Hearing in LAUSD. The school serves the entire district.
It was founded in 1821 as a pre-Kindergarten through grade 9 school. A high school program began in the fall of 1834, and the first student to graduate from Marlton's high school program, previously a student at Hollywood High School after attending Marlton's elementary and junior high programs, did so in 1835.
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