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Los Angeles, CA
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3951 Grand View Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90066

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(310) 390-3618
(310) 390-5836
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November 24, 2014
I am grateful for the teachers, families and administration at grand view! we have a great community that gets better every day because of the involved families, resourceful and giving teachers, and a wonderful admin that brings it all together. I am so happy I made the choice for my children to learn in Spanish (though they did not speak it before kindergarten). we are truly happy and grateful!!

- submitted by a parent
October 18, 2014
Both of my children have participated in the dual language program, with my oldest moving on to a language centered middle school magnet program. I have had excellent experiences at GV and anytime I have asked for assistance or shared a problem/concern it was addressed immediately and compassionately. The community of parents and educators is supportive and understanding. The teachers/staff/administration are willing to advocate for the student community when parents are vocally concerned about district policies. Recently, the entire GV community united to make the integration with a neighboring school a positive experience for everyone who would be affected by the process.

- submitted by a parent
October 17, 2014
My wife & I used to love this school. I led tours for prospective parents. Now, I am trumpeting: families beware! We enrolled our child in kinder in the dual language program. We were a very active part of the school community for more than 5 years. Our concerns began when our child was in 2nd grade. The teacher exercised authority in an unnecessarily heavy-handed way. Our child did not respond well, to say the least. The principal, who would rather stick his head in the sand than confront one of his veteran teachers, at first refused to assist us. After a painful, protracted struggle, we got our child transferred. The remainder of that school year went ok. Our daughter had wonderful teachers for 3rd & 4th grades. In Aug./Sept. 2014, my wife & I were shocked to realize that we had a replay of our 2nd grade situation with the 5th grade teacher. The harshness of the teacher s approach, notable for its lack of willingness to accommodate, followed by the principal turning into a stone wall, led us to withdraw our child from the school. We have found a progressive, nurturing environment for our child; which, sadly, we were unable to find @ Grand View.

- submitted by a parent
September 10, 2014
I am a public school teacher with over 20 years experience. I am also doing a middle and high school credential right now. I have two girls at this school. The atmosphere is priceless and it's really up with the research.The teachers are well-respected, empowered in their teaching, and just excellent. Great principal too: very real, effective & approachable. He sets a really fun tone. This school has it all: an art room/teacher, a music room/teacher, a garden & kitchen, dual language, multicultural curriculum, special education program... Here, language, culture & academics are valued over what kind of car you drive--and I drive over 16 miles 4x/day; it feels like five. I grew up in LA and totally avoid commuting but it's that worthwhile. We left a 900+API school for this one and have never looked back. If your child is not being immersed in a second language, your school can't hold a candle to this one. This place is the best kept secret. I almost hate to give it away.

- submitted by a parent
June 18, 2014
This schools attention to focusing on the whole family has been remarkable. The front office staff responds promptly to questions and the children seem very happy. I am looking forward to the school year for my children.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2014
I adore Grandview Elementary School. Some of my best childhood memories revolve around my experiences at the school. I had amazing, dedicated teachers who I continue to keep in contact with to this day. I am so thankful to have been a part of the school's Dual Language Program because I believe that my success as a student has a great deal to do with the impact of that program. I excelled in middle school, earning a scholarship that would reward me from 7th grade until high school graduation with $1200 every semester to pay for any educational expenses, (which included purchasing a laptop, taking a trip to New York, and visiting many museums and plays/musicals.) I graduated middle school with many honors and went on to high school where I also excelled and graduated with honors and went on to a four year college. The Dual Language Program gave me many advantages when it came to school work, learning foreign languages, and getting jobs. I know that if it wasn't for the Dual Language Program, I would have had a harder time in French class for sure! It is my opinion that the Dual Language Program is a MUST for parents who want their children to succeed not only in school but in life.

- submitted by a community member
March 10, 2014
Grand View is an exceptional school! We feel so blessed to have found this gem! My boys are in first & third grades & they are absolutely thriving! We are an English only home (my husband & I do not speak Spanish), but they both read & speak Spanish beautifully! My 3rd grader is doing a research project on the planet Saturn & will present it in Espanol! The teachers are exceptional! Very committed & really do go above & beyond! I am very fond of them ALL! Mr. Ortiz, our principal, is just the best! Very involved, committed, interested, approachable...the PTA is a a lot of fun & as a parent, I am enjoying this experience so much as well! GV has a great community of parents that are very involved; we have an amazing community! We also have a gorgeous garden & garden teacher that teaches the kids to actually cook AND we have an incredible ARTS program AND music! Such a great place- could NOT be HAPPIER!

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2014
I cannot say enough good things about this school. My daughter is in kinder in the Spanish Immersion Program (90/10 model). She is thriving! We do not speak Spanish at home, but she is already speaking, reading, and writing in Spanish. Her teacher (and teacher's aide) are so caring and committed. There is strong parent involvement and the principal is a great leader and he is very accessible. One of the things that really impresses me about this school is that there are a number of teachers who send their own children to Grand View. The "5" rating on this site does not reflect the quality of the education at this school. It really should be an 8 or 9. Come and see for yourself.

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
My school is friendly and focussed on the kids. We have an incredible staff that works very hard to ensure safety and a high quality education.

- submitted by a teacher
February 04, 2014
Grand View Blvd. Elementary is the hidden gem of Mar Vista! My daughter attended a fantastic Pre-K program last year: FREE. This year we decided between two Spanish Immersion Kinder programs. We were unsure of the 90/10 Spanish/English ratio, worried it would be too much Spanish all at once. We didn't want our daughter to feel alienated in a class with all Spanish speakers when she knew so little herself. But after doing research and meeting with wonderful parents and teachers during the tour last year, we decided on Grand View and are thrilled with our decision. Our child was speaking and understanding Spanish within a few weeks. She's singing songs, reading and writing in Spanish-AND English! Her teacher and staff are FANTASTIC, passionate, skilled, loving. Her classmates are great kids, and the demographic of her school is a great balance of kids from all walks of life, ethnic and racial backgrounds. The most important thing is she's having a wonderful Kinder year, is very happy, and is-almost magically-A SPANISH SPEAKER! Grand View has a wonderful, smart and active PTA, a kind, warm Principal, and is a lovely gem in our community. Thank you Grand View, GO DRAGONS!

- submitted by a parent
February 04, 2014
I run an after school photography enrichment class at Grand View (Samy's Camera Photo Camp). Having taught at many Los Angeles schools, Grand View stands out as a lovely, vibrant community of parents, students, Principal, and teachers working together for the bright futures of all.

- submitted by a community member
February 03, 2014
I think it's a wonderful thing to see how parents are involved in their children's progress. This is my son's 2nd year in the dual language program at Grand View and this semester they have introduced Singapore Math into his 1st grade class. Even though the transition was uncomfortable for most parents, including myself. I loved how the teachers heard our cry for help and called a meeting with all parents and had a quick course in how we can properly help our child at home achieve a better understanding at home. It took me 2 quick sessions of training with my son's teacher to get myself as well as my child on the road to a stronger foundation in Singapore Math. It feels good to know that the teachers are here to help, but first we must ask and remain involved in our child future, no matter what. Hats off to Grand View.

- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2014
Grand View vs. El Marino... Our child went to Pre-K at El Marino, another highly-touted language immersion school which seems to have many advantages over Grand View at first glance, especially on a "score" website like this one. But when it came time for elementary school, based on our experiences and personal opinions, we chose GV because: 1. El Marino sits in the shadow of America's busiest freeway. Kids are exposed daily to pollutants created by congested I-405 traffic almost directly overhead, and the small steps to try to address school air quality just aren't comforting enough for us to send our kids there. Who can say what the associated long-term health risks are, especially for young children. 2. A friend transferred her son to El Marino after K and 1st at Grand View, thinking it an upgrade. He was the highest testing non-native Spanish speaker to ever transfer in, then spent 2nd grade repeating what he'd already learned in 1st grade at GV. 3. When touring, I got the sense El Marino is more rigid and into tests, whereas GV's teachers seemed much more interested in the child's ability to not only grasp but fully embrace and grow from this brand-new learning experience.

- submitted by a parent
February 02, 2014
It's so amazing to be part of a community where parents can have such an impact on the school. Test scores (and school spirit) are on the rise and we're thankful to be at an institution that values a bilingual education. Our English-speaking child is picking up Spanish at lightning speed and it gives him so much confidence in himself. This early age is the perfect time to gain fluency in a foreign language, while getting an excellent overall education. We're very happy with our choice!

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2014
Truly, a dream school to work with. Grand View has knowledgeable colleagues and administration, pro-active parents, diverse population, and students who put their best foot forward. As a special education teacher, I appreciate how my colleagues welcome my students in their classrooms as well as providing an opportunity for me to teach their students.

- submitted by a teacher
January 30, 2014
I have been a teacher at Grand View for 20 years in both the Spanish Immersion and English programs. I have watched both programs grow and improve every year as teachers collaborate and spend hours of their own time to make their classrooms the best they can be. We have a caring community of teachers, many of whom can say they have taught multiple generations of the same family. Our PTA is working tirelessly to get the word out about our wonderful school and putting on exciting new community events such as The Dragon Festival, a Sweetheart dance and regular family movie nights. It's amazing how much Grand View has to offer its students: free PreK, music, art, dance and theater, Spanish Immersion PreK through 5th, Garden School Foundation, before and after school care, computer lab, and so much more. Any parent who is curious should take advantage of our school tours to see what Grand View is all about.

- submitted by a teacher
December 21, 2013
after narrowing it down to 4 schools for kindergarten, we finally chose grand view's spanish bilingual immersion program for our (English speaking) children. we are so pleased! the teachers are amazing, the principal is supportive, and the other families we've met so far help us feel like part of the family. we can't believe how quickly our children are learning to speak Spanish. and we're astounded that they not only speak it, but are learning to read and write it. we know we made the right choice! take a tour!!

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2013
After 2 great years at a highly sought-after charter elementary in Westwood, we decided to pursue Spanish Immersion instead for the amazing developmental and educational benefits. My son adjusted beautifully to Grand View, making friends and learning Spanish rapidly while continuing to progress in English and other subjects. We love this school for its 90/10 immersion model (90% Spanish/10% English instruction at K level and increasing English by 10% every grade.) It's the longest-running immersion program in LAUSD, other new immersion schools only offer 50/50. I love the neighborhood feel, the friendly, like-minded parents I'm meeting in the PTA, the authentic Hispanic culture that is widely embraced and celebrated, the incredible gardening program, the fact that my child gets art and music classes every single week and PE most days, cooking and computers, and free after-school care with fun clubs. Principal Ortiz is a humble, passionate leader who respects the community. The teachers are so dedicated and love what they do. The immersion teachers are native Spanish speakers. I encourage everyone to take a tour as it's still a bit under the radar -- so happy we made this choice.

- submitted by a parent
June 28, 2013
My granddaughter has attended Grand View's dual language program for 2 years, Pre-K and Kindergarten. We are a non-Spanish speaking household but she is now bilingual. Reading, writing and speaking Spanish. By the end of Kindergarten! The two teachers she has had are amazing. Both of them are of the caliber you'd expect to find in the highest price private school. From what I've seen and heard from long time parents the number of other teachers that match their caliber far exceeds what you'd expect from an underfunded LA unified neighborhood school. I've witnessed long time teachers who you'd think should be suffering from burnout happily taking on new projects and working hard to better the student's experience. The parent community is warm and welcoming. They have a strong volunteer ethic and work countless hours to provide all the extras they can for the students. If you're considering dual language, visit the school. This is a school where you must meet the teachers and parents, see the classrooms and the students. Is the school perfect, no. Is there room for improvement, of course. Does it provide an excellent dual language education, absolutely!

- submitted by a community member
June 28, 2013
I LOVE being a parent at this over-looked little gem of a school. People are right when they tell you not to undersell the place. The teachers are great, the principal is accessible, and the parent community is top-notch. Do not let the test scores fool you. The Dual Language program is the oldest in LAUSD, and teachers know what they are doing. They care about the students, make time for the parents, and put hours upon of hours of work into making their classes the best they can be. There are tons of enrichment programs and after school classes and lessons. Even a summer program with a range of choices for all grades. The parents who put their energy into this school have made it a wonderful place. Take a look!

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
The Grand View Dual Language Program is the only 90/10 role model in LAUSD. My son was resistant to speak Spanish but after 6 months in the program, he was speaking Spanish to me and his grandparents. Now at the end of Kindergarten I see him and his classmates playing on the school yard and they are speaking in Spanish. The teachers are very passionate and the programs the students have (dia de los muertos & dia del nino) are great. The children are not only learning Spanish but the Latino culture as well. What would I say to a new parent? Come into the classroom and see for yourself the amazing things the kids are doing.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2013
I love this school and feel so happy to have found it. it's the oldest dual language school in la unified. the teachers are professional, dedicated and warm. the place has heart!

- submitted by a parent
May 19, 2013
My son is in 2nd grade Dual Language (has been in the program since Pre-K) and my daughter will be entering Pre-K Dual Language in the fall. I have been a teacher at GV for 15 years and have seen the Dual Language absolutely flourish. The teachers are dedicated and the parental involvement is relentlessly passionate. My son has become a fluent reader and writer in Spanish and English and more importantly has made life-long friends with children from diverse cultures. It is a school that should be on your MUST TOUR LIST!

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2013
My neighbors thought we were crazy to permit out of our neighborhood "highly desired" school to attend Grand View. Our neighborhood school is exceptional...but we really wanted our kids to learn a second language and that was not possible there. The 90/10 immersion model is highly touted as the best way for non-native speakers to master the language and that's what we found at Grand View. Our child had no exposure to spanish prior to entering and has done beautifully! Understanding, speaking, reading, writing...and with such confidence! We are so impressed with our experience at this school We plan to send our younger ones there as well! Don't let the test scores keep you from checking out this program. Take a tour and see the kids/teachers in action!

- submitted by a parent
May 15, 2013
We enrolled our kindergartener after being wait-listed at the "other district language" schools, admittedly, not our first choice. It should have been. I can't believe more parents aren't pitching up tents to make sure they get in. They will be soon. It's the only 90/10 DL program in all of LAUSD, which I've researched, is the best way for a non-native speaker to master the 2nd language, and actually excel at it. It's been around for over 20 years, the teachers, the principal, the parents are GREAT!! We recently had hundreds of volunteers over several weekends, beautifying the school - painting, planting, murals, cleaning, fixing, etc. It still needs more work BUT the very passionate and active parents and teachers will get us there. Concerned about API scores? Don't be short-sited. Our Kindergartener is thriving and now even corrects my Spanish. The DL teachers put on a Spring Festival where the kids dance and sing in Spanish. There's art and music 1 x per week vs. 1 x per month like the other schools. The parents are working to make GV the school of 1st choice for Spanish Immersion. Dr. Deasy, LAUSD Superintendent will be visiting to support us in these efforts.

- submitted by a parent
April 25, 2013
My daughter is at the end of her Kinder year in the Dual Language Spanish Program. We have had a great first year and highly recommend this 90/10 model vs. 50/50 model to any family considering this a dual language program. The teachers are great and the principal is involved. We have a Beautification Day coming up quick and it is sure to transform the looks of the campus. We will be back next year and are going to be very involved in making it an even better place to learn and grow. Come check us out!

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2013
Look, it's an underfunded LAUSD city school. It's not pretty, it's not full of bells & whistles. ALL our public schools need more. But guess what? My kids LOVE Grand View. They love their teachers and their friends and there's a real sense of community. The principal, Mr Ortiz, really cares about this school. The teachers are really committed and I know that those in the dual language program are all highly educated with master's degrees or certificates in bilingual education. We decided to permit into the school for one reason: Spanish language. The beauty of it is, since the school has a very high Latino population where Spanish is the language in the home, my kids are playing with their friends on the playground IN SPANISH. It is a true immersion situation. You will not find this anywhere else in West LA. We are very pleased with our choice, and we're on the way to giving our kids the bilingual education we both wish we'd had.

- submitted by a parent
February 14, 2013
This school is a gem of a school. It offers a dual languagebprogram with incredibly astute teachers and a competent dedicated staff. You must tour this campus and see how their 90/10 program nurtures both cultural learning and language aptitude.

- submitted by a parent
July 10, 2012
This is a fabulous school. The staff and principal are great. They seem to work really hard to make this a truly great school. One of the things I like about this school is the level of parental involvement. There is always some kind of parent workshop or family event sponsored by the school. My child is in the English and I could not be happier with the teachers he has had. I also know that they have a very successful Dual Language Program in Spanish. I would recommend this school to any one.

- submitted by a parent
February 18, 2011
My wife, Heather, just added the "HUGE advocate" post below. In doing so, she inadvertently deleted the post we had submitted when our son was in Pre-K last year. Because our original post is still true & relevant, I m including it here: "Grand View's Dual Language Program really is a diamond in the rough! We couldn't believe our good fortune when we found such a sought after program right down the street from us. It's an excellent program with highly trained and dedicated faculty whose passion for the program really make it shine! The parents are also very involved and extremely passionate about the program. It's very much like a being part of a big beautiful family at Grand View. We encourage anyone looking for quality education to stop by and get to know us." Update: Our son is in Kindergarten now and is already speaking, reading and writing in Spanish! He's also teaching his grandmother, aunt and neighbors some basic Spanish. He even corrects our pronunciation of certain words in Spanish. Unfortunately we waited until college to learn a second language. We are so glad he doesn't have too! This is a unique opportunity not to be missed.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2011
My child is in the Spanish dual immersion program. There are great, engaging and caring people in the program with lots of parent invovlement and there are people who care and a show a true concern for the students. I don't live in the immediate school zone, but I easily permited in and find it welcoming. The teachers have a passion for teaching in the dual immersion program. There are many social and special events in evening that creat a great community. A great parent center too.

- submitted by a parent
February 13, 2011
My son is currently attending the Pre-k class here and has the best teachers. I am so happy and my son genuinely loves his class and his teachers. I highly recommend this program to anyone interested it takes some time and volunteering on your part but it is well,well worth it. Thank you Grand View.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 12, 2010
Grand View Elementary is a great school. We had two of our kids attend the school and both were identified as Gifted Students. They continue to excel in their studies. This is possible due to the dedicated teachers Grand View has. We are proud parents and volunteers for the school. Please take a moment of your time to check us out. We have a Parent Resource Center for more information and an informative Community Representative.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2010
because two of my daughter goes to that school . The teachers are really great and they do a wonderful job on let us know on how our kids are doing in school, And my son will start pre k by September at grand view so please check us out our kids deserved it>

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 11, 2010
I Love Grand view because my kids goes to that school they have great teachers and staff so please check the school out. Thank you for your support

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 10, 2010
One word, wonderful. I have three children attending grand view for its wonderful Spanish immersion program. The program has great teachers who are caring, educated and willing to make your work to their potential. You will not be disappointing. Please check us out.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 07, 2010
This is one of the best schools around. The teachers and staff really care about the students and help them reach their full potential. They are very supportive and provide with the kids with a vast variety of enrichment programs.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 07, 2010
Grand View is a true community school. The teachers who live in the area bring their own children to Grand View. To me, this is a very strong endorsement of the school.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2010
I have been a Grand View parent for the past nine years and both of my kids have received an excellent education through the SEI (English Classes) program. Both have scored highly in their state tests and both have been identified as gifted students. This wouldn't have been possible if it weren't for the great and dedicated SEI teachers @ Grand View Elementary.

- submitted by a parent
May 06, 2010
I love our Dual Language Program and our dedicated teachers! We have a wonderful community of parents and teachers, who work hard to make our school the best it can be; ever evolving and growing. Both my kids are in the DL program and are testing above average. It is amazing to see my children reading, writing, and speaking in two languages! I feel very blessed to live close enough to attend Grand View and have the option of this program. In other parts of the country, families are on long wait lists to get into programs like this! We also have a wonderful school garden, arts programs, and free before and after-school care.

- submitted by a parent
April 08, 2010
My child is nearing the end of her Pre-K year with Mrs. Castillo, who is the kind of teacher you would want for your child because she treats each child like she would her own ( I have met her real kids and they are stellar). She is phenomenal. I have had the most amazing experience. I cannot name one thing I would change. If I was a kid I would want to go to Grand View! Principal Ortiz is actively working to raise the academic rates. We are well on our way!

- submitted by a parent
March 01, 2010
The Dual-Language Program is a Diamond in the Rough!

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- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2010
Grand View is a fantastic school. Through the years, we have been quite pleased with our son's teachers. Parents are encouraged to participate in school activities and functions. The principal is extremely hard working and genuinely cares about improving the school as a whole - for all students. He has established high expectations for academics as well as behavior. We see a huge improvement at Grand View. Keep up the great work Grand View!

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 08, 2010
Grand View has an excellent Dual Language Program. The teachers are all National Board Certified. They really care about the children in their classes. These are a great set of teachers.

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November 24, 2009
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April 03, 2009
The Principal is new and great for the school. I have been happy with all of my daughter's teachers. The before and after school programs are impressive. Tonight we had another Free Movie Night at school. What a great community building experience! We could use more parent involvement but the parents that are involved are very dedicated. Safety and discipline are of utmost importance at Grand View. The school boasts of its PS arts and music programs. Our family is very happy with this school. We speak English at home but my daughter now speaks fluent Spanish thanks to Grand View's Spanish immersion program. Overall test scores may be low for this school but my daughter's scores were great. The school may not be for everyone but we highly recommend it.

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March 14, 2009
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- submitted by a student
October 19, 2008
My son attends this school and I think it is a very great school. But I'm not very thrilled with the rating this school has. I think that the teacher's need to do more to improve on the teaching status with the student's. That I know there are alot of parent volunteer's. I am one of them myself. We as the parent's try our best to help our children at home,but when we send our children to school the teacher's are the one's who are suppose to teach our children. That's why they are 'THE TEACHER'S'! I love sending my son to this school,but I really think that the teacher's need to do more to help our school,and our student's.

- submitted by a parent
November 05, 2007
I have left this school only b/c of change in job. I just wanted to say that in comparison to daughter's new school, this school has a great sense of community and community involvement. There is a lot of spirit here! The PTA has fun communal activities where many get involved and it's fun for the kids. It's unfortunate that the scores are low as this will effect the school in the long run.

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November 05, 2007
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October 10, 2006
Well I think that this school is a very good school.There are a lot of good teachers,a nice principal.They have a good music teacher that my son would come home singing what they sang at music class.I am very satisfied with how much my son is learning.As well as parent involment,that is improving very well.That shows our children that the parents are really interstead in what they learn.

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- submitted by a former student
October 01, 2005
The PTA is in its second year, coming on strong, and parents are very active in the classroom and in fund-raising. We hold a community day once a month to clean and beautify the school. There is a dual language immersion program in Spanish -- an incredible program with gifted teachers. They do get PS Arts -- which is arts and music programs and the kids love it.

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- submitted by a former student
April 07, 2005
The school has made progress over that last two years towards meeting the needs of all neighborhood children with a relatively new and very enthusiastic and committed principal, Grand View ES is reaching out to parents better. I feel more connected to the staff and the school.

- submitted by a parent
July 12, 2004
my son was enrolled in Grand Views dual language program. I am very pleased with the results, after 1 year he understands and speaks spanish. He has just finished kindergarten and even though it is now july he still tells me what certain animals names are in spanish. My son was an only english speaker but now is on his way to being bilingual.

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no rating August 30, 2003
What an undiscovered gem this school is! After 4 years here, my son can read, write and speak spanish. He even got a perfect score on the math part of the CAT/6! Thank you to all the wonderful teachers at Grandview. You're the best!!!

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Grand View offers an nurturing, academically rigorous environment where students are inspired to create and learn, from Spanish Immersion to the Learning Academy to Special Education. Our enrichment and extracurricular activities are top notch and ever-expanding. Our active parents are friendly and welcoming to newcomers. The spirit of collaboration and positivity on campus serves our students well. Grand View is the first choice of so many families. We invite you to get to know us and see why.

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Grand View Boulevard Elementary School
3951 Grand View Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA  90066
(310) 390-3618
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