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5931 West 18th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90035

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April 28, 2014
My son's school is LACES and the day we received our acceptance letter we all felt like we hit the lottery. My son enjoys going to school and is thriving there. In most LAUSD schools there is room for improvement esp in class size. LACES and their teachers do an amazing job with what they have to work with.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2014
I have twin boys who are 6th graders at LACES. Despite their differing strengths and learning styles, LACES has proven to be an excellent educational environment for both of them. The administration and teachers make an effort to focus on individuality and bring out the best in each student. We are almost finished with "Year 1" and i am still enamored with the school. LACES fosters curiosity and a desire for learning - which is invaluable.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
I feel very proud and fortuned that my kids are attending LACES having said this just like anywhere else there always room for improvement. For those teachers, staff, and parents that go above and beyond thank you, thank you, for all your dedication and hard work.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
Being new to LACES and having heard so many things about middle school in general we were unsure what to expect. We have been very pleasantly surprised with the LACES experience. The teachers are great, supportive and warm, the counselors are terrific and very understanding of the middle school transition and the principal is inspiring! The parent community is very involved and there are lots of ways to get to know other parents and be involved. My child enjoys school and is thrilled by the nber of clubs and other opportunities there are for her. The academics are very good, not nearly as hard and scary as I had read about. My child does very well and is only working slightly harder than she did in 5th grade! Overall we are very happy and hope to send our younger child here as well!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
Our son is just finishing first year at LACES. We had to decide between LACES and New West. For us, the decision was difficult, because we thought the middle school experience might be better at New West (our friends with kids there are having good experiences). But we went with LACES because of the high school, and because a friend who is an education professor who knows the area schools recommended it as the choice he would make. Our son's first month was challenging -- the kids get about 1 to 1.5 hours of homework, and the atmosphere was initially intimidating for him. BUT, by maybe midway through the second month, he was totally adjusted and having fun. He has learned so much -- I am amazed. Our son is a bit nerdy, and he fits right in. I don't know where else you can find an open public school (as in, not application-based) with a culture that is so academic. The kids seem generally proud/ happy with the school. The principal and teachers have been responsive the couple times we emailed this year. So, for us the bottom line is that after years of worrying about where our kids would go after Westwood Charter (which we love) we now feel lucky to have wound up at LACES.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2014
We are new to LACES. Our son started 6th grade in Fall. We have been happy so far. Our son is a good student but not a 'wiz' in any subject. He has stepped up his game both in studying, learning and homework. He seems to enjoy what is asked of him and where he has stumbled we've gotten support from teachers. It really is a matter of beefing up his study skills which is exactly what 6th grade should be about. The classes do have 30+ kids but again he has stepped out of his shell and made his own connection to each teacher. Which makes us proud since it is a 'life skill' that will serve him later. We have had a number of MIddle school family dinners which a lot of our fellow sixth grade parents and kids have attended. There is a real effort to build up the middle school and the community which we appreciate. Our previous elementary school was very warm and cozy and we weren't sure how we'd fair in the new 1500 student school but the truth is 1500 is small considering it is both a middle and high school and we're finding the cozy. Is every class perfect? Nope. But we can see an evolution taking place and are happy to be here for improvements on an already terrific school.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2014
When my son was admitted we were unsure whether he would find the focus on traditional academics and college preparation to be too much of a departure from what he was used to at his project based and nurturing charter elementary. Our concerns were totally unfounded. He is thriving both academically and socially. Our son has made friends with not only other middle schoolers, but some high schoolers as well. We have seen no bullying or other negative behavior: just an environment where everyone is devoted to doing their very best and helping each other. The teachers and administration here are approachable and take all concerns seriously. There are hard working parents, including middle school parents who are working to establish a greater sense of community for the middle school. I am so relieved to know that my son is provided for until he is ready to go off to college.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2014
My son started this year as a 6th grader at LACES. He LOVES it. He LOVES going to school! He entered this fall an average student and, although the academics are challenging, he has learned study, writing and work skills that have earned him A's and B's. Talk about self esteem...LACES has given him this great gift! He has forged relationships with all his teachers, all of whom have taken a personal interest in him and his success. He loves his new friends in all grades and takes advantage of the athletic activites LACES offers for middle school at lunch. Bullies? His biggest fear! Quickly dashed when older students went out of their way (and continue ) to welcome him and even high five him this fall. As parents, we could not be happier with the approachable, fair and fabulous principal, Mr. Boger, and his faculty and staff. Without a doubt, the students are always their priority. There are also very active parent groups at LACES which foster a lovely sense of community and inclusion...LACES loves parent volunteers and welcomes all time and talent. We are so grateful our son is at LACES.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2013
LACES is over rated. Free yes but if your student is not a math and science whiz he will be made to feel miserable and dumb. Worst mistake was going here. Classes are large and kids with wealthy parents and tutors do well. Than there is everyone else. Creative, artistic, social science minded will not find anything at this school.

- submitted by a parent
September 14, 2013
Our daughter is in 8th grade and we're very happy with the education she's received at LACES over the last two years. The principal is very approachable and the administration are friendly and efficient. On the whole we feel the teachers are good and the campus is a pleasant place to visit. There is a strong parent body and a variety of ways to be involved, with PTA and school meetings scheduled at different times so that most parents can attend if they choose. Even though it's a middle and high school it doesn't feel like a big school, and the majority of the students we've met are polite and seem keen to do well.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2013
I have two sons at LACES and I am very happy with the curriculum, the school focus, the expectations of the teachers and the terrific parent interaction. They maintain a Parent Center, have regular coffee with the Principal and have several active parent groups. As a busy working professional, I like all of the varied opportunities to be involved. The new Principal is a roll up your sleeves and work type of administrator. It took two years to get my first son in and four years to get the second one in. You should understand and take max advantage of the CHOICES lottery process.

- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2013
I have long been an observer of the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES), first as an alumni interviewer for Yale University, and more recently as the aunt of two young men, Anthony and Gabriel Mack who are both students. LACES has been a consistently strong academic institution that also seems to have a created a strong community to support its students. As a product of LA Unified Schools and a one-time teacher in the District, I wholeheartedly recommend LACES for any and all financial rewards as it does an outstanding job of educating young people and preparing then to succeed in college.

- submitted by a community member
August 19, 2013
This school has been amazing for my nephew who struggled with his academics for years before he started at LACES.

- submitted by a community member
August 18, 2013
I have two girls in the 6th and 8th grade at LACES. I love this school and so do they. The teachers are committed to a great education. Parents are active and involved at the school. Mr Boger, the principal, keeps communication open via phone and internet groups and messages. The student body is racially mixed just like the rest of LA. My kids experience has been a friendly, nurturing environment where they learn from and respect other cultures.

- submitted by a parent
September 05, 2012
This is my son's second year at LACES. When we were excepted we felt as if we won the lotto. We are as happy today at LACES as we were the day we found out we got in. The parent groups are amazing, The Principal is very approachable and really cares for the students. I know my son is getting the best at LACES.

- submitted by a parent
March 31, 2012
My child has been at LACES two years and it has been such an amazing experience. To have your child want to go to school and look forward to it (especially through the difficult middle school years) says a lot about the school. I too have no idea where the review is talking about with regard to bullying and rampant drug use. My son speaks openly with me about school and has not seen any such problems. And the teachers are wonderful, responsive, communicative and helpful, and teaching, not trying to impress. It saddens me that someone would post such a negative review about such an amazing school.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2011
I love this school. My child goes there since 6th grade. Their math department is very strong, especially love Mrs. Hill, her approach to students and learning is amazing, and I know my child picked up very important skills in both math and overall studying habits from this teacher.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2011
We LOVE this school! I'm not sure what the previous poster is referring to but in four years at LACES I have not seen any evidence of bullying or rampant drug use. The teachers are TEACHING, not worrying about being cool. I know my child is being well prepared for college in addition to learning in a safe, nurturing environment. He loves going to school every day!

- submitted by a parent
March 08, 2011
We were really UNHAPPY with this school. Bullying abounds all over the campus and the teachers are trying so hard to be cool and liked by the students that they look the other way and rarely discipline or even comment on it in the classroom. The administration and counselors do nothing to help change a negative situation. The academics are mediocre with test scores being the only goal. Drugs are everywhere. The middle school kids are virtually ignored because admin focuses on the high school having high test scores so they can get high ranking. After 2 awful years at LACES, we took our student out as soon as we could switch to another school and the difference is astonishing! We know many parents and students who are not satisfied with LACES.

- submitted by a parent
December 02, 2010
I graduated from LACES in the late 90's but I had two siblings graduate recently (2008, 2010). We all found LACES to be a supportive and diverse learning environment while preparing us for University classes. I personally loved being at LACES and was sad when I had to leave. The teachers there inspired me to become a high school teacher myself. I highly recommend LACES!

- submitted by a community member
no rating October 09, 2010
It has high standards and most kids go to college. It is incredibly diverse and everyone mixes happily. The parents are devoted to helping. My kids went on to UCLA from there. A wonderful school

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2010
I am an 8th grader at LACES and I will be entering high school next year. Because of it's family-like environment, middle school students and high school students interact often and get along well. Teachers at the school (as far as I know) are very supportive and always encourage students to work to the best of their ability, and never overwork nor neglect students. I'm loving it, and I can't wait for high school.

- submitted by a community member
no rating May 05, 2010
I love this school. I have been bringing my children to this school for the past 13 years. 2 of them graduated several years ago and I have 1 still attending. The teachers and administrators care about the kids academic futures and they have a very high grad rate maybe 99.5% or something very close to it.

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February 25, 2010
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February 01, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
January 15, 2010
I am currently a senior at Laces and I can see why it is ranked one of the top in the nation. Many of the reviews criticizing Laces state that the teachers do not care about student progress. This has never been my experience. However, it is my belief that it is impossible to have a school without a single 'bad' teacher, so I am sure that Laces has a few. Laces has taught me to challange myself academically and socially and I am sure it has prepared me for college.

- submitted by a student
December 11, 2009
LACES is the best, everyone loves each other and everyone in class actually pays attention.There is no fooling around people actually want to learn and the teachers are outstanding, and teach the best they can.

- submitted by a student
November 10, 2009
Disappointment. Laces has a reputation for being one of the best in Lausd, but they're academics arent as good as you would hope.

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October 16, 2009
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no rating September 18, 2009
My daughter is in eighth grade this year and has loved it every year. She can't wait to go from summer back to school....she counts off the days. We are very happy here. Thank you, LACES!

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2009
One of the very few public schools that offers education from 6th grade to 12th grade. Excellent teachers and staff that care for the student's education. Emphasizes college and further education. In my class alone, 99% of the class went on to college after graduating high school.

- submitted by a student
no rating September 16, 2009
This is a high stardards school. Better than private school. Everybody knows each other by name. We are a big family, no racial problems. Its about studing and doing the best that they can. Its not about who is more popular is who has the best grade. Parents are very involved in school. We really need more fundings to the school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 16, 2009
LACES consistently strives for high academic standards and sets a standard of excellence on their campus.

- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2009
Great school. Rigorous classes. Gifted students are not held back but challenged. My sixth grade daughter is very happy here. There are a lot of enrichment activities with a lot of choices in electives. What other incoming 7th grader can choose journalism and Spanish, Japanese, and Korean languages, just to name a few. I highly recommend this school.

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May 31, 2009
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- submitted by a community member
May 21, 2009
LACES has undoubtedly had a reputation of one of the top schools in LAUSD. Over the past few years, however, I have witnessed the quality of the academic rigor in courses that aren't honors/AP deteriorate. With teacher layoffs and retirements, I'm concerned that our children's education will suffer.

- submitted by a parent
May 17, 2009
My son is in 6th grade and he loves LACES. I have been blown away by the principal, Dr. Kim, who showed up on a Saturday afternoon to support 6th and 8th graders who competed in the Science Bowl at Cal State Los Angeles. She attends so many school related events. The teachers are incredibly commited to the students. The campus has a great vibe to it. The Sports Center is beautiful and the P.E. program allows the kids to swim, play tennis, basketball, and the like on a rotating schedule. The 'enriched' aspect allows the kids to take an additional elective and there are so many to choose from. It is truly a college prep school with 80 minute classes and a block schedule All in all, an excellent school and wonderful experience. My son is happy to go to school and LACES is why.

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2009
As a seventh grader at LACES I think the school is great although the sports program needs work( except basketball). The teachers are great, there's like ten peer helping and tutoring groups and there's an activity like lunch games to join in( anything from dance contests to relay races to ty die). LACES is a great school!

- submitted by a student
March 17, 2009
My son is a current 6th grader and so far I have no complaints. All his teachers and counselor are very involved once you (the parent) gets involved. I like the diversity. A great change for my son. There was an issue with a bully but this got resolved immediately. I cant say anything about the sports bcz unfortunately my son is not that into it. But all his teachers are great. So far I feel that I made a good choice for my son. This school has definitely challanged him in a great, positive way!

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November 10, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
October 19, 2008
Bullying and teasing are constant here. The administration can't be bothered to stop it, except to react to individual cases. They don't seem to recognize that a culture change is needed to prevent the school from finally losing any remnant of its past reputation. This school is going downhill fast.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2008
I am going to the 10th grade next year and have been at LACES since the 6th. LACES is an excellent school that has a rigorous curriculum and sometimes, it really challenges me. However, LACES sports teams are horrible , we don't have a football team, the coaches for the sporta are usually staff members that don't have the slightest clue how to be a coach. I take my sport very seriously and sometimes I regret even joining the team and I get upset even thinking about it. LACES also has a few teachers that are unfair and discriminate against certain students Now don't get me wrong I love LACES but, sometimes I just think we need to put a little more effort into making our school a little bit better.

- submitted by a student
no rating August 04, 2008
Good school. They prepare your children for college which gives them a different outlook on studying. Both my daughters graduated from LACES (2003 and 2006) and they benefit greatly! Also I love the diversity. Good for all kids to be explosed.

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June 26, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
April 21, 2008
Two of my children already graduated from LACES and my last one is there now. This is a terrific school!! It is a college prep environment and kids are prepared to be accepted to and do well in college. Students who want to learn do learn at this school. I love the diversity, the quality of the teaching and the supportive atmosphere!

- submitted by a parent
March 27, 2008
Excellent school. Thoroughly prepared me for the academic rigor of university courses.

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March 10, 2008
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- submitted by a student
December 19, 2007
Hi, my name is Amber and i attend LACES. This school is one in a million, it gives you a sense of happiness and friendship, while at the same time providing a scholarly environment.

- submitted by a student
November 29, 2007
Excellent school. I spent months and months doing research for my daughter s high schools selection, and this school exceeded all our expectation. Great school spirit, courtesy, mutual respect between students and teachers, lot of individual attention to pupils, courses flexibility. If you want to learn sky is the limit in LACES.

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November 26, 2007
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October 26, 2007
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- submitted by a former student
September 26, 2007
Teachers don't send updates to parents when your child is slipping.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2007
While some teachers provide a nuturing environment for us students to excell, other teachers make it difficult to excel in the class and on standardized tests. On the other hand, LACES has a great and widely diversified student body which makes my group of friends so great. Its a mixed review because I give LACES a 10 on diversity and probably a 6 when it comes to the teachers.

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September 03, 2007
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- submitted by a student
August 16, 2007
My son has been at LACES for 3 years, and we have been very impressed with the teachers and administration. Every teacher we have had works hard to motivate the students, and my son's academic ability has improved markedly. We were unable to talk to his counselor before the end of the last semester about his classes for the fall, and his counselor arranged to see him in mid-July. I was impressed as we met, because he had studied my son's file and was able to provide specific encouragement and guidance to assure us that my son would be on the right track for college. LACES is not perfect, but it is a good fit for parents who want a quality education for their child.

- submitted by a parent
August 15, 2007
This is great school, especially if you take the time and effort to get involved to find out what it is going on. Friends of LACES (the non-profit fundraising parent group) makes lots of activities possible here. It is college prep and prepares students for college as long as they do the work required.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2007
I am an eight grader at LACES, a terrific public school to send your child to and I have to say I am greatly shocked by the reviews given to our outstanding school by parents. The teachers are excellent, we have an outstanding history, math, science department. [We are] a college prep school. They are preparing us for the years ahead. I do agree to some of the accusations of 'bad' teachers and I have encountered some myself. It is an easy thing to handle, the administrative staff offers us a chance to get out of the class. Few take the option. I love my school.

- submitted by a student
May 02, 2007
I am very pleased with the academic program, the one improvement I suggests is to have a tutoring program after school for children that need help.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2007
I am a 9th grader at LACES right now. From a students perspective I don't really like LACES. LACES has lost a lot of credit in the past couple of years. All but a few LACES teachers actually care about what students do there. I would not recommend sending your child to LACES. I can already tell that it will start to decline as a public school.

- submitted by a student
August 28, 2006
I'm in 8th grade and have gone to laces since 6th grade. I could never imagine going anywhere else. I have found myself being friends with people of all different races and beliefs (very unlike elementary school). I am taking french 2 this year (where as in other schools, I would not be able to) and I'm in all honors classes. While some teachers are better than others, there is a great opportunity to learn. I absolutely love laces....

- submitted by a student
May 26, 2006
LACES is wonderfull school. The teachers are excellent and the student diversity is refreshing. Forbes ranks it at #47 in its Best Schools in the Nation survey. And in previous years it was #10, but it normally outranks all the LAUSD schools. I highly recommend this school to everyone.

- submitted by a former student
March 27, 2006
LACES does an awesome job with the hand they're dealt. I am a parent of 10th 12th graders. LACES is the best high school in LAUSD, hands down. Over 10% of the senior class was admitted to UCLA last year, and almost an equal number to Berkelely -- an amazing achievement. They are doing a good job of improving their remaining shortcomings: 1) lack of focus on the middle school: getting much better, mostly thanks to parental involvement; 2) better sports and school spirit: beatiful new athletic facilities will make a huge difference, but since the magnet lottery makes it impossible to recruit, student/athletes will have to find their own way; 3) the acheivement gap between ethnic and socioeconomic groups: good progress here, too, the adiminstration is really leaving no stone unturned. LACES is a great place for focused, highly motivated kids. And you can't beat the price!

- submitted by a parent
March 07, 2006
LACES, has helped me reach a whole new academic standard . I am continuosly on the honor roll.

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February 28, 2006
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January 27, 2006
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- submitted by a former student
January 25, 2006
Its a good school. However, there are only a few teachers that your child will really just like and appreciate and excel with

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January 14, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2005
The acadmemic programs are good, they're not as great as you would get if you spent money to pay for a really good private school. Great public school. There is a two school phemn, basically if you push your child to succeed he or she will be in the top half of the school. Racial integration in the good classes is limited, but not for lack of trying. Extremely good select teachers, very open. Nice faculity. New Principal. There is increased parental involvement, which is truly annoying. The sports department isn't that great, go somewhere else if you want your child to get recruited. Pretty good in: Golf, girl's volleyball, girl's soccer. Great number of clubs, easy accessibility, good music teacher (1) and program, saturday music program available.

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December 28, 2005
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September 28, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2005
The academic standard of this school has decreased in recent years due to the retirement of the school's founding principal. However, this school continues to be one of the better options in LAUSD. My children succeeded in this school and have since gone on to college. The availability of art and music programs at the school are declining as they are everywhere these days. However, with the construction of the new gym sports programs are improving. Parents are very involved. The PTA atthis school is strong.

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September 12, 2005
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September 08, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2005
An interesting mix of students. Great curriculum. Nice campus with addition of new gym, etc.

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April 01, 2005
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April 01, 2005
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- submitted by a student
March 10, 2005
Does not prepare children for UC system.

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2005
This was a small school environment but the school district has added several hundred which has impacted all programs. There are excellent dedicated teachers and staff but district mandates,lack of support services have affected the schools as it has all district schools. The teachers have high expectations of all students and most have attempted to avoid the tracking. There has been a change in administration and a challenging transition period. If this school can receive the support services and repairs/supplies it needs,as well as tighten up discipline,it should continue to be the best. There are over a hundred donated computers sitting in storage because faculty cannot obtain tables to put them on. Students are sitting on makeshift chairs, there is a shortage of textbooks and substandard number of books in the library. This schools students have scored #1 in LA and # 10 in US due to the high expectations.

- submitted by a parent
January 26, 2005
This school really prepares its students not only for the real world but also for many of our country's most elite universities. It is also very diverse which introduces the students to the world and diversity around them.

- submitted by a former student
no rating January 10, 2005
This is a good school for gifted and talented students. people should send their child there.

- submitted by a parent
January 09, 2005
LACES is an excellent college preparatory diverse public high school. From the experience of our son since 6th grade, its strengths are in history, English and math. We have been quite disappointed in the science teachers. The principal is excellent and very dedicated.

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2005
Lacks on sports and extra curricular activities.

- submitted by a former student
December 20, 2004
This is the only middle school around that has a language option for 6th grade.

- submitted by a former student
December 10, 2004
I thought that this school was great. My child learned a lot of things, and this school helped my child. I think that LACES is a good for any middle schooler.

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September 08, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
May 11, 2004
My son has been at this school for two years and I am displeased with this school totally. I have made unannounced visits and found no teacher just substitutes. The kids are not getting any structured teaching. The kids are left running the substitute. The school is not clean and trash is everywhere, inside the classrooms are dirty. Where are the maintenance workers. My son wants to learn, but unhappy with the teachers and school himself. When a child wants to learn, but not given the chance what do you do. Most of the kids who attend this school are not failures and want to learn and it seems that most of them are being brushed to the side.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2004
I was a student who just graduated in 2003. This school is one of the best in LAUSD. In the history and English department, teachers like Mr. Rutschman and Mr. Draper, and math and language teachers like Mr. Vriesman and Mrs. Atkinson are what make this school great. They truly care about their students and they have prepared me to do well in college. The principal is not the true backbone of the school. He is slightly weak compared to the last principal because he is more concerned about following the set rules than what works best for the school. But overall, I had a great educational experience at this school.

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5931 West 18th Street, Los Angeles, CA  90035
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