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Amount of homework: Agree


- a parent
The expectations are very high at the school, so I think they are asking a little more [ 10minutes ] than what would be considered a standard for Los Angeles



- a parent
The Principal, Mrs. Johnson is an incredible leader. She is devoted to her team of professionals, the students , and parents. Her attendance at all of the fundraisers and parent education meetings [ about common core] ; in addition to her wrangling the with the community and LAUSD prove her exemplary status.




- a parent
The support from parents, LMU, the community, local businesses and mother nature make this idyllic STEM based school a delight. To get to school each day, most families walk or ride bikes and soak up the wetlands scrubbed fresh air and Platinum LEED certified "school of the future". With an emphasis on ecology, any given day may include a visit from NASA, Google, an Olympic athlete, a local professional sports team, chess, yoga, phenomenal teachers and a stellar principle.



- a community member
Fabulous teachers, fabulous parents and super fabulous kids. It is a beautiful building, great location with great resources and a wonderful collaborative relationship with Loyola Marymount University.



- a parent
We are very happy with the administration and teacher. This has been a huge transition for a first time kindergarten family. Feedback from teacher has been outstanding on every level. Feels like a partnership.




- a parent
Playa Vista Elementary is truly wonderful school. We are now in our 3rd year (14-15) and have had some growing pains over the first 2 years. However, with a new and energetic, engaged Principal, we have seen the STEM Curriculum come into sharper focus and our partnership with LMU has shown incredible benefits. Most importantly our 2 children both attend PVES and love it there. They are offered challenging schoolwork in a supportive environment. Moreover, the teachers are truly exceptional in their credentials, dedication and commitment to our children and the school itself. We look forward to our future years at PVES.



- a parent
The support from parents, LMU, the community, local businesses and mother nature make this idyllic STEM based school a delight. To get to school each day, most families walk or ride bikes and soak up the wetlands scrubbed fresh air and Platinum LEED certified "school of the future". With an emphasis on ecology, any given day may include a visit from NASA, Google, an Olympic athlete, a local professional sports team, chess, yoga, phenomenal teachers and a stellar principle. Dreamy and free, with the exception of the suggested donation per year of $1250 that funds TAs, the computer and science labs, music programs, arts and the library.



- a parent
PVES is thriving. Under new leadership, great teachers, amazing parental involvement and a strong partnership with LMU, it is more like a private school, but in a genuine community setting. What a difference a new principal makes. Boosters and parent volunteers make a huge difference too. We feel lucky to able to send our child to PVES.




- a parent
I have a 2d grader and a Kinder at PVES. I couldn't be happier at this school. It is one of the few LAUSD schools with such a large amount of parent involvement. The community is so involved, its wonderful. The school's new Principal (Ms. Johnson) is fabulous, hands on and works her tail off. The implementation of the STEM program is realized daily. These kids have it great here. My only issue, is what LAUSD middle school will live up to this school?



- a parent
My daughter just started Kindergarten this year and we could not be more pleased. Her teacher is so warm, organized and is great with the kids and parents. The principal is a dynamo, forever engaged, very approachable and is doing amazing throngs for the school- namely implementing a cutting edge STEM curriculum. The school community is very close knit and very involved- there are all sorts of fun things for families to participate in though out the year, such as a Halloween Festival, Picnics, Open House etc, The booster club does an amazing job with fundraising as well. The campus is new and beautiful too.

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Last modified Playa Vista Elementary is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 9 out of 10 based on academic quality.
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