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Los Angeles, CA
Students enrolled: 292

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14111 Sherman Way
Los Angeles, CA 91405

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September 05, 2012
I am so sad that this will be our last year at Pinecrest. My son has cried about having to change schools when this campus closes next year. He has had such a wonderful experience here. ALL of the staff, not just the teachers, know him by name. His teachers have all been very caring, supportive and nurturing, and have also known when to firmly motivate him when needed. The aftercare programs are terrific. And, he has a huge crush on both Ms. Rubi, and on Ms. Corona, (but then, I don't think there's a boy on campus that doesn't. :) I love that he has music, PE, art and computer classes. And, The Tae Kwon Do program on campus is stellar. Masters Adam and Garrett are amazing with the kids. I love the values that they help to instill in the kids, and that they are reinforcing from the Pinecrest teachers and staff. There is very much a sense of family from the teachers, and my son has felt very loved while he has been at this school. He has thrived here, and I am truly saddened to see them close their doors. PVN has been such an integral part of VN. The community is losing a great school. And, I personally, feel that I am losing a part of my family. I hate to see them go.

- submitted by a parent
July 25, 2012
This is my last year with Pinecrest! Hooray! - I started out with Pinecrest in 2001 with my first child. I have had two additional children attend since then. Over the course of the years, it has gone from bad to worse. I used to get annoyed with the excessive fund raisers and nickel & diming, but it is also the quality and lack of challenge they offer in their teaching curriculm's. I can't see where my kid is getting a "better" education here vs. public school. For the exception of supervised after school care - the benefit for the money is nominal. If you go into the main office, the staff is so lax about assisting you! Ugh! Everything is about money, especially now with them closing their Toddler Center, they are hurting for money and transferring that onto the parents. The field trips for Summer Camp are every other day and there is ALWAYS a fee associated with any activity! OMG! Lunch costs are separate from tuition costs...$$$$$ - Give me a break Pinecrest!

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2012
My daugher has been with Pinecrest since she was in the Toddler Program. My wife and I love how much she has learned and grown in the company of warm, caring and nurturing teachers. She is currently attending their summer camp program and loves the daily activities and thanks to some wonderful swim coaches she is swimming like a mermaid (as she calls it). We truly feel blessed to have found a school where our daughter is nurtured emotionally and academilly.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2012
My two kids both attend this location. They are both honor roll students and have been involved in the sports programs too. For the money, this has been a great investment and the tuition is very reasonable for the daycare hours as well as the education and social environment.

- submitted by a parent
June 27, 2012
We love the school and the summer camp this year is really great! My kids (Kinder and 4th Grade) are having a great time and LOVE coming here every day. They offer summer school and swimming lessons, too. I would highly recommend this school ANY time of the year. Can;t wait for September to start because some really great teachers are coming up in our next grade (1st and 5th). 5th is run like a mini-middle school so the transition to middle and high school. My kids will be more than prepared!

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2011
I really enjoyed my time at Pinecrest Van Nuys (K-8). The i was never victim of bullying, the teachers were great and always offered one-on-one help. The school always had a great sports program with coaches that were greatly dedicated to their work. With my mom having to be at work by 7, she could drop me off at 6:30 which was great for her. The staff was well educated and always attentive. Though they were young, they could relate to the students on a level that older staff could not have. Everyone in the office is great, very attentive and open to suggestions. With small classes, the teaching was very centered and helped me excel. The middle school program helped prepare me for high school. I am a Junior at Crespi with a 4.3 GPA while playing baseball as well as many other extracurricular activities. The school is great, the staff is great, the teachers are great. Do not listen to the previous comments because they are filled with many red herring/fallacious statements. Take it from a former student, first hand, who knows the ins and outs of the school like non other.

- submitted by a community member
April 09, 2011
my son has assaulted a few people and he still didn't get introuble so we as parents are mad.

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2010
As an incoming parent to the toddler program, i am optimistic that the school is great. Attentive staff (love the daily logs), healthy and happy kids, great staffing hours and rates, and a safe playground. In private schools, there is always a high turnover rate b/c usl they're "at-will" staff unlike public schools where they are continually contracted. Turnover doesn't concern me just the quality and care of the educators and I am hopeful that we will be happy here!

- submitted by a parent
May 29, 2010
I enrolled my daughter here for preschool after leaving a Montessori school. Pinecrest offers just the right amount of curriculum and play. My daughter is very happy at Pinecrest. I am very pleased with her teachers and the administrative staff. They have always been available to me and are attentive to my questions and concerns. I do think the nap should not be mandatory, we are having issues with our daughter and her bedtime because of the nap schedule. Hopefully that will be addressed in the near future.

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2009
My child is on her 4th principal since preschool. Way too much turnover. The school claims to cater to the working parent, yet they cut off summer camp on Aug. 14 this year. What the heck are we supposed to do with our children while we're at work until school starts. Pinecrest left us high and dry.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2009
We've just attended a meeting with the new principal regarding our daughter and her upcoming grade. She is very shy and we had concerns about new teachers and the boisterous nature of her classmates. We have left thrilled with the new principal . She has such a passion for education and it sounds like the new teachers do as well! All of our questions have been answered and our issues put to rest. We know there is an open door and we look forward to a great school year!

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July 27, 2009
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December 31, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2008
I love this school. Many of you other parents dislike this school. I do not understand at all. My younger daughter is now in the 8th grade and she is doing fabulously. She recieved her report card recently and got all As on it. The teachers and staff are amazing. I have gotten the oppertunity to discuss individually with them about my daughters needs since kindergarten. She has been there since preschool, and she never once though about leaving. Also, my older daughter has just entered her first year at Yale. Her first year of high school was basically unnecessary, she said, because pinecrest over-prepared her. I found that completely reassuring. She had a near perfect score on her SATs in her 8th grade year. the campus may be small, but that ensures a family like atmosphere and I wish we wouldn't have to leave.

- submitted by a parent
November 13, 2008
This will be our last year at Pinecrest. The Principal is unfriendly and our problems went unresolved for two years. Private tutoring was pushed every year with out any responsibility put on the teachers for their teaching methods. We are not alone, both of my children have been tutored privately even though I am paying for an education. Sports program is great as are the art, music and computer classes. I enjoy the childcare hours and the availibility of hot lunch.My son's class size is as large as a public school.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2008
This is our first year at Pinecrest. Even though it's only 8 weeks into the school year, we are so heppy with everything we've seen, heard and done. My son is so happy to go to school each day and - more importantly - I have seen a real change in his attitude toward learning. He is once again eager and curious about everything! Thank you, Pinecrest for reawakening his love of learning!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 23, 2008
My children and my family enjoy the learning environment Pinecrest offers. Many of the teachers have been with Pinecrest for years, and they really know how to reach the students. The newer teachers have a lot of enthusiasm. I just found out they received the NCLB Blue Ribbon School Award and I am proud that my children are attening Pinecrest Van Nuys!

- submitted by a parent
no rating September 29, 2008
Pinecrest has many dedicated teachers and caring staff. The lessons and books are very outdated compared to even the local public schools. I made several complaints to the principal that went unresolved. They do not believe in parents having a voice or being involved in the teaching structure. I stay here for the afterschoolcare hours which are good. Nice mix of art and music classes.

- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2008
I champion this school in instilling pride and leadership development in my children through their assemblies and a variety of specialty classes; however their core curriculm is very flat and uninspiring. Their textbooks are dry and most worksheets are bad photocopies. Instead of interactive text and workbooks, students most copy questions and lessons from a textbook on their own.Many of the teachers are there in spirit but lack the support needed to really teach the individual child.The principal and administration are lacking in innovations and solutions to most parents complaints. It offers a safe and secure enviroment for afterschool care.

- submitted by a parent
August 05, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
June 24, 2008
If you are going to send your child here, teach them to fight first. The young yard staff will be of no help to them, and the kids here are very mean to each other with their words and actions.

- submitted by a parent
May 21, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2008
My child has been attending PInecrest Van Nuys for six years. We used to be very satisfied with this school, but the quality has definitely declined these past couple of years. The class my child is in now is too large and even though there is supposed to be a full-time aid to assist, we find that the aid is there only an hour on a good day. The discipline is lacking in the classroom/playground and bullying has become an issue. The line for students in the classroom to ask the teacher a question regarding their classwork is too long and the children get shortchanged on quality time and instruction. When we complained, we were made to feel as if it was our fault that our child got bad marks. The aids tend to be very young and we've had situations on field trips where the children weren't supervised properly.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2008
i have read every single parent review here and find myself nodding in agreement. we started out being satisfied with all aspects of Van Nuys Pinecrest, however over the last few years this school has declined. education is lacking, my child struggles and we are made to feel like it's our fault. Bullying and fighting is ignored. There is a lack of enthusiasm and committment from most of the teachers. My children are singled out and made to feel like outsiders because they don't play sports. we can't wait until the year is over and we're not the only ones.

- submitted by a parent
no rating April 05, 2008
I agree that I spend a lot of evening time teaching my child in the evening, now that he is beyond the primary grades. Just reading in class and answering the questions is not teaching. Where are the hands on activities/ Where are the teacher's in-class checks of learning before the test? Filling out a sheet of paper is not teaching. This is a school for people who need child care and don't necessarily need their child to be competitive in applying for high school and, eventually, college.

- submitted by a parent
April 01, 2008
My daughter loves the school. However they are lacking in being able to teach a lot of basic skills. I find myself reteaching the whole school lesson to complete her homework. Many times just a one page sheet comes home for each subject and not the book, until a day before a test. As a stay at home mom, I am able to spend several hours with her, but many of my working friends don't have the time. It is a decent school for the money although the price keeps climbing every year without any campus upgrades.I have to say there are a handful of very committed teachers and staff who have made our stay there enjoyable.

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2008
My child loves Pinecrest, but they do not work enough on helping children as an individual. They do not have any state of the art programs for early education in the classrooms. No phonics or math lab. They could show education programs in their daycare room at least i hour a day instead of cartoons and movies all the time. Woodland Hills campus has an hour long study hall for all grades but not at Van Nuys. There isn't any after school or homework help. Now on the playground the kids are being restricted to use the fields and courts after school. A large number of students are being tutored in the 3-6 grade level because Pinecrest did not do its job to educate them in 1-3. They either force you to pay for tutoring or kick your child out for not making the grade after you have invested 7 years.

- submitted by a parent
no rating March 20, 2008
I am very disappointed in the lack of help for students. In grades 1-3 there was no help for my son he was passed over each year without knowing core lessons and now has to be tutored privately and taught his whole school day over each day, because no one asks him if he understands or if he needs help. Now he is below grade level and they don't want him to continue there. Basically telling me that they failed to teach, but don't want to deal with it. I put him there for an education not just for babysitting.I have discouraged my friends from enrolling in this school and no longer recommend them.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 29, 2008
Great school the teachers are great they go out of there way some even satay during there lunch and help kids finish there class work.

- submitted by a parent
no rating February 21, 2008
My child went from Pre-8th and loved the learning environment. Activities and Events are planned well and the focus is always on students! The Staff and Faculty are very genuine and my child and my family experienced that! They have a great reputation throughout the community!

- submitted by a parent
February 19, 2008
My friend just showed me this website and I am really surprised about some of the recent comments. My children have been at Pinecrest Van Nuys for over 7 years. They are doing great in academics and sports. The school has a great Character Education program which I think has helped with their manners. The price is very reasonable too compared to other private schools that the kids compete against. And neither I or my husband are required to fundraise or volunteer hours! Any time I have had an issue the Dirctor and Principal have been helpful and available by phone or e-mail. The Dean of Middle School was also very approachable and knowledgable when my eldest had a problem. I can't say enough about their Middle School program You can not go wrong here!

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2008
I also feel that Pinecrest is all about money meaning additional fees to ensure your child's success. Fund raisers are constant and additional tutoring fees are expected. My child is in class all day but yet I am expected to teach, review and follow up to make sure all assignments are turned in or my child receives a zero. The directors kids and children of the office staff are nominated and chosen for every event available. My child has been miserable for two years. I thought that the situation might improve but it hasn't so this year is also my child's last year at Pinecrest.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 21, 2008
I had my children here and pulled them out due to various problems with the school. I have now been told that they are behind grade level. My children are not an isolated incident either. Please save your money!

- submitted by a parent
January 16, 2008
My children have been attending Pinecrest since 2001. It disappoints me to see how the school has changed. The staff in the office is rude, including the director herself. Favortism is a main factor. Everything (including tutoring) is an additional charge. I think for what they charge they should provide more benefits to their students. My children are struggling in certain subjects, and even their own teacher is asking for money to tutor them. Everything in this school is now about money! I feel that the school really is no longer making any effort to please the parents or help motivate their students. This is my kids last year at Pinecrest. Please don't waste your money.

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2007
This is my daughter's second year at Pinecrest, and I can only say positive things about it. She is very confident and happy to attend this school. Academicly, she is being pushed to reach her potential, and if she needs help, there is always there at no extra cost. By the way, my daughter did not know how to swim, and she learned at Pinecrest. She never play any sport before enrolling to Pinecrest and now, she is in all the female teams, and she is not the best athlete. My son was transfer from another school where his needs were not met. Now, at Pinecrest, he is happy to go to school every day, and help is always there. My son made the Pee-Wee soccer team, and he is not very good at it. He always plays. Regarding fundrising, even in public schools do it. So, the tuition is worth it.

- submitted by a parent
September 03, 2007
At the begiining we were excited to putting our daughter in this school, but as the months went by I was getting burned out. The director was not at all friendly nor very helpful. There were to much drama with the teachers. And there are favoritisms in this school. The school will just pay good attention to parents that can give more money to the school. It burned me out in the end, I couldn't wait for the school year to end!

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 14, 2007
This school has declined rapidly - particularly over the last year or two. There have been several incidents involving bullying. Complaints to the administration about the councilors and teachers have been ignored. There is a distinct lack of general maintenance and the entire school really needs to be cleaned and renovated.

- submitted by a parent
no rating July 24, 2007
My son started in the toddler center and spend the last year at the pre-school. I felt that the teachers would yell as a way to disapline. And it got worse over the year. My son towards the end of the the school year would cry and say that he doesn't want to go to school. Now if that is not a sure sign that something is wrong I don't know what is. He is now attending another school and couldn't be happier. The director was very unfriendly and really didn't seem to care. There were many complants about the teachers and nothing was done. Also there is a high turnover rate in the pre-school. Please do not send your kids to this school.

- submitted by a parent
June 20, 2007
Pinecrest Schools Van Nuys has steadily declined in the past few years. The only good point about this school right now is the before and after-school daycare that is included. Do yourself a favor and stay in the public school.

- submitted by a parent
March 25, 2007
A very poor school - all about money. Paying for an education does not mean it's good. The afterschool supervision needs improvement. A few great teachers but most only last a year. If your child does not 'fit' their teaching method, don't expect them to adjust to your child. Tutoring is also pushed a lot. They destroyed my child's confidence and self-esteem. We won't be back.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2007
This is a very unhealthy environment for children. The focus is on making money, not what is best for the students. There are very few good teachers left. The school has got much worse in the last few years.

- submitted by a parent
October 23, 2006
I have had children here for 9 years now - starting in the Toddler Center. It used to be a great school - now I'm not so sure. The quality has declined considerably over the last couple of years. Very high turnaround in teachers and the more qualified ones rarely stay more than a year. Several principles in the last few years. Too much favoritism, e.g. competition winners are virtually always children of the staff. Too much emphasis on how to get more money from the parents and not on helping the children. Fairly good sports program but don't count on your child being able to play unless they are really good - my child sat on the bench! Extra curricular art, music and drama programs - for an additional fee of course.

- submitted by a parent
July 18, 2006
The atmosphere for the children is formal and uninviting. In addition too many rules for such a young age. I would not pay the money to send my child to this school, it s not worth it!

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2006
My daughter attended pre-school at Pinecrest Van Nuys, and I was very pleased with the school. The quality of the teachers is excellent. It is apparent that the teachers and staff genuinely care for the children. My daughter always looked forward to going to school every day.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2006
Wonderful academic principles. Great parent involvement and overall great student environment.

- submitted by a parent
February 27, 2006
My child was there for 3+4th grade. They have 3 classrooms for those grades-and they place your child in the level they think, but tell you there is no difference in the classes. It isn't true, there is a low, middle and better. I felt it was a 'scam' to put your child in the lower class and then suggest 'tutoring'. I feel you pay so much for this 'private' school, but the quality of the education isn't so great.

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2006
Although Pinecrest Van Nuys does have its share of great teachers, it also has a history of having a revolving door. As a private school the same teacher standards do not apply as they would for a public school. You definitely need to know who s who to get around.

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2006
Just because you are paying for 'private' doesn't mean you are getting a better education.

- submitted by a parent
no rating December 21, 2005
Great afterschool sports activities.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2005
My daughter has been going to pinecrest toddler school since she was 18mos. She is now 4 1/2 yrs. She loves it at pinecrest. And so do I. She is learning so much, especially since she is on the pre k side. It is amazing what she is taughts. Not only do the teachers teach about letters, numbers, and colors but about every day life. I feel so blessed that we found pinecrest. I hope to be able to afford to continue her through 8th grade. Also, the director, ms. Fran at woodland hills location is the best. My daughters teachers are ms. Angie and ms. Lauren and we couldn't be more pleased.

- submitted by a parent
November 14, 2005
Pinecrest-VN has an overall great appeal; there seems to be school spirit! The fact that the school pricipal has changed 4-5 times in the past five years, seems like there's a breakeage in their system.The turn over of teachers seems questionable too. They seem to get baind-aids every time they hire teachers. As a parent, I feel that the parent-school involvement should start from the school. What I get across is that their primary interest is to show a profit at the end of the school year. Overall education has a been difficult process. I fear the thought of sending my child to a public school, specially the area we live in. That's the main reason why my child is in PN.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 15, 2005
I would like to see more enrichment and differentiation for the higher ability students. There is way too much whole group instruction. We enjoy the atmosphere, child care, and extracurricular activities.

- submitted by a parent
September 27, 2005
It's the most affordable private school we've found, and it's not incredibly special. But the class size is manageable and the faculty is dedicated. Our son is in kindergarten at Pinecrest Van Nuys. He's very happy and is doing well. He's way ahead of the class right now, but his teacher makes an effort to give him some one-on-one attention. So far, we're very pleased with the teacher and the learning environment. We're glad that the student population is very multi-cultural. There appears to be a lot of school spirit.

- submitted by a parent
August 29, 2005
Pinecrest Schools are very pricey in tuition and fees for what you receive in return from the school. I'm not very impressed with the school curriculm and parent involvement is minimum (except to contact you for fees or costs).

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 14, 2005
very happy about the choice of a new principal

- submitted by a former student
July 23, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
no rating July 02, 2005
Decent, High Priced, and Good, Kind, Caring teachers.

- submitted by a former student
June 16, 2005
A great private school for the money. Quality teachers, small class size and good programs (language, computers, art, music, dandce, drama, field trips,etc.) Great hours 6:30am - 6:30pm and is open during spring, winter, summer breaks. The staff is a bit disorganized and their grounds / supervisory staff is YOUNG. Would like to see more ADULT and EXPERIENCED security / staff on hand at enterances with cameras, etc. Ask your child a lot of specific questions as to what's going on at school, as many things are never mentioned to parents. Overall good school. (I also attended 1 & 2 grade here)

- submitted by a parent
May 31, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 22, 2005
The Academic Programs at great. The school has a great music program and art. Sports are a all great, I must say that the coaches are wonderful to all the children and really get involved to help improve individule self esteem.

- submitted by a parent
April 12, 2005
My sons have been going to pinecrest school since preschool (they are in K now.) We are very happy with the overall leadership, the teachers and the coaches. They have PE every day and have music, art, computers and science weekly. They have field trips once a month and extracurricular activities for an additional fee. Another great thing is that the K program is all day.I highly recommend this school especially for parents who must work. I know they are busy with classwork and other activities for almost the entire time they are at school.

- submitted by a parent
March 29, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2005
Both my children went to Pinecrest for 2 yrs. I think it is an incredible school and I recomend it to everyone. The academics are excellent the attention and support the students receive are outstanding.

- submitted by a parent
February 01, 2005
They used to group by ability. Now they have every class grouped by highs, middles, and lows. My son's class teaches to the lowest group. Why am I paying, when he could get the same at public school for free? Pinecrest used to teach a grade level above the CA standards. Now they're barely keeping up. Maybe an admissions criteria would help, instead of, whoever can pay, can attend!

- submitted by a parent
January 17, 2005
My son has attended this school since kinder, he is now in 3rd grade. The school does not meet the higher level education that most parents feel should come from a private school. I feel I always have to bring issues up before they are even addressed and I feel the school displays favoritism among the students. The school does over many extracurricular activities. Not much parent involvement is available nor encouraged. My son is probably better off at a public school than at Pinecrest Van Nuys.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2005
Well structured school from Toddlers - 8th. Have toddler in school now. They potty train in nice clean bathrooms and little toilets. On-campus field trips are a plus - They give children exposure to things they may not see till a later age. Hours and rates are comfortable. Lunch & snacks are included. Nice play area. Teachers are nice. They give parents a copy of the childs daily reports upon pick up. They definitely prepare the toddler for the future grades. Highly recommend.

- submitted by a parent
October 12, 2004
Teachers are very concerned with child learning and development.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2004
Pinecrest was a wonderful place for my child to grow. She attended school there for 5 years. I wouldn't change a thing about her experience there. The teachers were loving and gave her what she needed to move on to a college prep school. What a wonderful base they helped to provide. The director and principal were always available with an open door policy (Even if it was only to chat). My daughter was frequently in the office, but only to give hugs and give her reviews of the clothing they were wearing that day. I wish they had a High School then she may have attended all the way through to college there.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2004
I am so pleased with the way the school provides a program that meets so many areas of education: Academics, Character Education, Performing Arts, Sports, and after school activities. The seasoned teachers are wonderful and the newer teachers are very enthusiastic and bring a different talent to the program. Children love coming to scool at Pinecrest!

- submitted by a parent
February 16, 2004
I love this school! It has everything a parent could want. Before and afterschool care included in the tuition. Extracurricular activities right on campus. Lots of field trips and special subject teachers. The best part,to me, is that they don't have a PTA. All students are treated equally. There are very high expectations at this school, and I love it! I wish I could have had this experience as a child!

- submitted by a parent
August 22, 2003
The school is so well ran, that parent involvement is not needed. However the school does welcome parents, their comments, and assistance with field trips, special events, etc. The student body is so well diverse that is gives our children an excellent opportunity to learn everyday not only from their teachers, but their student body. The principal and staff are amazing and very accessible not only to the parents, but to the students as well. There is a strong emphasis not only on academics, but on the community, and self independence and responsibility on the child.

- submitted by a parent
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Pinecrest Schools - Van Nuys
14111 Sherman Way, Los Angeles, CA  91405
(818) 988-5554
Last modified Pinecrest Schools - Van Nuys is a Private school that serves grades PK-8
Pinecrest Schools - Van Nuys Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 72 reviews. Top