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K-5
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Los Angeles, CA
Students enrolled: 78

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19850 Devonshire Street
Los Angeles, CA 91311

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(818) 363-7803
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August 21, 2014
This summer was our child's first schooling experience at Egremont School. Egremont was highly recommended to us by a family whose children already attend the school. They have done an incredible job of providing fun activities and even doing academics during the summer camp. We had opportunity to attend their Open Houses last year and were very impressed by the caliber of work the students were able to do. Everyone was so welcoming, including the Administration and parents. We look forward to seeing our child's continued growth throughout the school year.

- submitted by a parent
June 23, 2014
Egremont is a fantastic school! Each day, my child is challenged to go beyond grade level and the teachers do an amazing job to encourage him to do his very best. We love that they offer classes in technology, P.E., foreign language, and the arts. When I read the negative reviews, I see that they come from a place of wanting to hurt this school, probably because those writing the negative reviews didn't get their way. Beware of those who write such nasty things. I know who some of these people are and trust me when I say I am glad I am not friends with them. Egremont is much stronger without these negative parents. Tour the school, ask whatever questions you have... and you will see that Egremont is a WONDERFUL school!

- submitted by a parent
June 17, 2014
Terrible school! Bad experience.... Beware of what seems amazing on the surface. My child was treated terribly and then we were after I felt the need to remove my child. Your child's social and educational needs will be better served somewhere else!

- submitted by a parent
April 02, 2014
ALL the kids who had left Egremont and enrolled in LAUSD schools have struggled to adjust due to Egremont's outdated and non-challenging curriculum. I'm talking about kids who had scored in the 90s in Sanford tests, not the average student. Assessment tests given in LAUSD are far more challenging! Egremont quality of education: Writing skills-zero, critical thinking in math and problem solving-zero, science-double zeros, social studies-sub zero. I'm not going to discuss all the social issues because Egremont's reputation in this aspect is beyond awful. Don't make the mistake we made with our child. Enroll your kids in LAUSD and you will immediately find out you have made a good decision. Education is the most important gift you can give your child, and a solid elementary foundation is essential for success in middle and high school. Egremont will not give your child this solid foundation, I promise you. Check out LAUSD's curriculum and you'll know what I'm talking about. otherwise, look into other private schools. Brand name doesn't always mean good quality! Good luck to you and to your children!

- submitted by a parent
March 24, 2014
My family and I absolutely LOVE this school! We know our child is getting the best possible education. Egremont offers more than any other school around. It has great academics and includes music, art, drama, computers, Spanish, and P.E. The school invites parents to participate in many fantastic events on the campus. I have met wonderful families at this school. The teachers are very nice and are teaching the students advanced work. The administration is amazing. They work hard to bring the best to the kids at this school and they are always welcoming. They truly care about all of the students and do not allow bullying to take place. The campus is gorgeous and well maintained. I think it is sad that certain parents chose to voice their negative opinions to try to hurt the school. They probably didn't get their way so they are mad. This school will be around for a long time. It is truly a great place for my child to experience the joys of an elementary school experience. There is no "perfect" school. There is always room for improvement anywhere you go. But Egremont is a great place to be and we are proud to be a part of this school!

- submitted by a parent
January 06, 2014
I am surprised this school is still around !! The school education has gone down drastically below standard as compared to other local schools. Teacher quality is just ok and grades are based on favoritism for sure and does not reflect the child's real potential. The 5th grade have only 6 students since everyone else has left. Sadly, bullying goes around without a solution and the principal can not do (or won't) anything about it. Very sad ending for a school that was great till 2010. On other note it remains number 1 for parents social club activities. I advise parents to go elsewhere for the sake of their beloved ones education.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2013
My wife and I were lucky to discover this school. Our children were in the "new" LAUSD school. Both classes had approximately 30 children. The LAUSD teacher's primary job was discipline and not teaching or helping good kids thrive. Egremont not only has a solid curriculum, emphasizing reading, writing and math, but also has music, science, art and computers. The teachers work with the kids and the parents to get each child to a high level of learning. If your child falls behind, the Egremont teachers provide after school tutoring at no additional charge! We have been at other private schools, and never have encountered such dedication to students. As to the complaints, any parent that wishes to help and/or participate in the school is not only invited but actually asked to do so. The complaining parents are the ones that put no time into their children's education and expect the other parents to take care of everything. Like anything else in life, you get out of something that which you put in. The school is small, but for elementary age children, that is a huge plus.

- submitted by a parent
August 14, 2013
When we interviewed the school years ago, we were told many lies, one of them being that they were in the process of building a middle school. Jump ahead a few years...no middle school and no plans for one. We were also told they had specialty classes. When our child first started, the only specialty class was Spanish. Tuition increases every year, yet the number of students diminishes. There are *maybe* 100 kids in the entire school. 6 in the 5th grade. How does this prepare the kids for the real world and how does this allow them to have diversity in their friendships? The school is run by a few people, one being the Principal. Parents have no say in anything. If your child is bullied, they shrug it off. One teacher even falsely accuses kids of acting out when that's really not what happened. We took our child out of this "school" and found that LAUSD schools are more advanced academically. So we basically have been paying $15,000 a year for what? Plus, the administration flat out lies. They charge you for everything, even make you buy your own school supplies. LAUSD provides supplies. For $15,000 they can give my kid a notebook and some pencils. Avoid Egremont at all costs.

- submitted by a parent
June 05, 2013
Egrmeont is the best school ever!! You won't find a better elementary school for miles and miles and miles away. The staff/teachers at Egremont are so dedicated to help everybody out. The principles do so much for the school and to the community. The specialty teachers do so much to help the students by teaching them how to draw in art class, learn music, type in computer class, speak spanish in spanish class, and to learn how to do fun yet challenging activities in Physical Education. All the parents are so caring and helpful to the school. This school is absoluetly terrific!! The prinicples at Egremont are so dedicated that they help out at school, but they also help out in the community. I LOVE EGREMONT!!!!!!!!!!!!

- submitted by a community member
April 10, 2013
Egremont is a superb school. I read some of the negative reviews, & I have to say, "Consider the source." When parents say that they had to pull their child out mid year, just remember, there are 2 sides to every story. Egremont works hard to allay any concerns a family may have.Egremont is a safe & caring place with a terrific nurse. Everyone's treated like family. All work together to benefit the child. Dissolving the PTA was a good decision. Many parents were "left out" in wanting to help plan events.That's why committees evolved so all could participate. When it was run by the PTA, many parents who wanted to participate were not allowed in, like it was some special social club. Now everyone has an equal chance to really enhance and create wonderful events at Egremont. You couldn't ask for better teachers, staff, and administrators. You can see there is mutual respect and all get along very well. When you have happy people working at a school, it carries over to the classroom.

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2013
I'm surprised to see a negative review. My daughter is in preschool and I love this school. I had my daughter at Rocky Peak before and pulled her out after 4 weeks, they were amazingly cold. Egremont is warm and loving. It's not easy to just drop your child off in someone else's hands and I feel complete peace with her at Egremont all day long. My daughter especially loves coach Brenda and her art teacher Mrs. Kahn. My husband and I did not intend for our daughter to go to private school, we can't really afford it, we enrolled her just for preschool so we could work but after our experience just this first year she's going to be an Egremont kid for life. She loves her friends, teachers and environment at Egremont - that is priceless to me. I also want to comment on the difference in parents, I hesitated with private school because of the type of privileged kids I pictured my daughter possibly feeling inferior to later on because mom and dad don't drive a range rover. That's not the case. This school is as diverse as it can be and very down to earth. We are sincerely happy here.

- submitted by a parent
February 21, 2013
This school is not worth the cost! Beware, ask a lot of questions! There maybe specialty classes but because they are not properly staffed your spanish teacher is usually a sub, your science teacher also teaches 5th grade. The principle/Director/part- 5th grade teacher/board of director member, is wearing too many hats. Our family could no longer continue to give our money away to this school to participate in this experimental period. This may have been a great school at one time and may be an adequate school in the next 5 years BUT that is of no benefit to our children. My advice, there are many different choices for schools in the valley, take the time to tour THEM ALL, ask about everything from the teacher turn over to the length of time the custodial crew has been employed at the school. Leave no stone unturned. These are our children and if you are going to spend this kind of money on their education you should be getting piece of mind and your money's worth. They pride themselves on the 76years of the school but its really more like 2-3 years of experience of being in charge. Change is good, if you are in pre-school & have the time to ride it out, you MIGHT be happy.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2013
My husband and I absolutely LOVE this school. It provides the academic challenge that we were looking for. It exposes the students to specialty classes such as Spanish, science, art and music, yet provides the individual attention that is only possible in a small class room setting. The administration and the teachers focus on the child as a whole and quickly address any concerns that you may have. Our child is excited about school and is thriving. We couldn t be happier!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2013
This school is a great place to be! It continues to improve in every aspect. The leadership only wants the best for all students. We can not wait to continue our journey at Egremont!

- submitted by a parent
December 31, 2012
NOT A GREAT PLACE ANYMORE !!!. Every day this school falls back and fails to meet the expectations of many of us. Our last Christmas party few weeks ago showed how bad the social problems at the school is. The principal try to keep order but still the school is controlled by few parents without letting other kids get a chance of fair participation. Favoritism continues to be obvious and remains a big problem. We are taking our boy out of this school the minute we get a chance. My advise for prospective parents is to stay away and find a better environment for your children. Thank you.

- submitted by a parent
November 24, 2012
Egremont is an excellent school on many levels. It is a safe environment, the teachers are very caring, nuturing, but also provide a challenging education with state of the art technology. There are speciality teachers in additon to the classroom teachers. I like the fact that the administration has a strong background in education as well as business. Most private schools administrators know nothing about teaching, just the business part. At Egremont, the administrators really know how to run a school properly and know what the children need to receive a "whole" education." I also like the fact that the classroom sizes are small so the teachers really get to know their students' needs. I also think Egremont is competitively priced as far as their tuition.

- submitted by a community member
October 12, 2012
Needs improvement, school is trying hard to survive. Ask around and you decide if this place is for your child. Read the reviews .

- submitted by a parent
October 06, 2012
The faculty & staff work hard in providing for the children. It's a safe environment for ur child, one that nurtures the mind & being. Some teachers have been teaching in the school for more than 15-20 years. Some teachers were students who went to Egremont growing up. Some parents who went to Egremont are bringing back their own children. This school has history, depth & a quality you cannot compare w/ other schools. Small classroom sizes actually enhance the classroom experience, you should be happy ur child is getting so much one on one attention. Kids become confident here in this environment. From higher standard math, science with complete lab work for all ages, english literature and language, writer's fair, social studies related field trips, student council, giving back programs to instill values, anti bullying programs & presentations, musicals and instrument playing, art classes and learning about art history right from preschool, PE, pool time/swimming for the kids in the warm months, theatrical dance, hot meals in the cafeteria, amazing events. We are extremely happy in this school, Egremont has been the most positive experience for all of us!

- submitted by a parent
October 04, 2012
This is our 5th year as an Egremont family. We have boys in the first and third grades. We've been fortunate to encounter some truly special teachers at Egremont. With small classes, our children have been seen and treated as individuals. Each has been provided with challenges appropriate specifically to him, because the teachers can do so much more for each student when the classes are small. We have always felt that they were safe and well cared for there, and we are very thankful that our children have such a positive school experience.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2012
Egremont is an excellent school! This is our second year sending our two children there and we are extremely happy at Egremont. The entire staff is very warm as well as the parents. I am pleased with how secure the campus is. We love that there are numerous specialty classes. I see the academic growth in my children daily. The after school classes and program are excellent. The teachers and principals are excellent at communication and truly go above and beyond. This is not just a job for them, they truly care about all of the children and it shows. There are also some of the most wonderfully put on school events (Halloween at Egremont is amazing, Grandparents day, carnivals, and many many more). Every detail is thought of. My kids are excited to go to school every day. We are very happy there! We toured all the private schools in the area before choosing Egremont and we made the right decision.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2012
All I can say is that my daughter has been attending Egremont for the last two years and loves it! She has flourished in this caring environment. The teachers, staff and extended day care providers are wonderful. I personally like the balance of acedemics and creative skills the school promotes. I head off to work every morning knowing my daughter will learn, play and have a fanastic day. What more can a parent ask for? I would highly recommend taking a tour and talking to other parents if you are considering enrolling your child/children. You will find a sense of community and family at Egremont.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2012
Egremont has been wonderful for my family in every way possible. I give it the highest recommendation possible. My daughters absolutely love going to school every day. They are challenged academically in a nurturing and positive way. The teachers know every student by name. Their after school program is fantastic as well. You will not find a better academic program at this end of the valley. These children have Spanish, Science, Art/Art History, computers, PE, music and theatrical dance in addition to their regular schooling. The principals are loving and caring individuals who are very approachable. Parents are welcomed at any time and can be involved in numerous activities if they choose. This is our third year at Egremont and we love it!

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2012
Choosing Egremont is one of the best decision we have made for our kids. My boys love going to school everyday and is excited to share their day when I pick them up. We have been at Egremont for three years and we have always felt welcomed there. One of the main reason I am happy with Egremont is the parent involvment in the school. The Staff is very friendly and they all create such a wonderful learning envirnoment for my kids, I couldn't think of sending them anywhere else. We had an option of enrolling them in the new school which opened up in our area, but we decided to keep both our kids at Egremont because of the challenges they give the kids and the love and affection.

- submitted by a parent
October 02, 2012
We LOVE Egremont! I don t even know where to start but to say all the below responses of positive feedback are true! I have sent my two boys to this school for 4 years now. I have watched it blossom and grow into an outstanding academic and loving environment for both my kids. This area of Chatsworth/ Northridge offers the opportunity of some very outstanding schools and I looked into them all. I chose Egremont because hands down it offered the best learning/ family opportunity. In EK they start Spanish and Computer! I don t know many schools that do this??? Science, Art, PE, and Music are also a big part of the curriculum. The parents are friendly and you don t feel out of place like some of the stories you hear at other schools. I m not sure where some of the negative responses are coming from. My advice would be to come see the school and judge for yourself!!! We d love to have you!

- submitted by a parent
December 17, 2011
Hats off to Egremont! We just went to their winter musical program and it was beautiful. To see the care that went into planning this event, from the stage to the students performances was incredible. They had a Spark of Love theme because they were supporting the toy drive and even had the fire department come out to show the kids the fire truck and talk to them. They provided a luncheon for all of the students, and Santa was there too! We looked at alot of schools in the area when we weree considering and elementary school, and we are so glad we chose Egremont. It has such a warm feel to it and everyone from the front office to the principals and teachers are so nice and caring about our child. We are so happy to be with Egremont.

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2011
My son started in first grade .I can tell you ,It used to be a fantastic school until the change started in management level.We were compelled to pull our son in middle of the year due to repeated bullies.We tried our best to stop the bullies but management kept quite.Not only that as i used to pay in advance for the full year,i asked for the refund of the unused money they totally denied to pay back.They gave me the reason that i made the decision.The school don't care about how hard urned money they are zipping from innocent parents.I am now looking for advise from my attorney if i can get my money back that they don't deserve to keep at all.

- submitted by a parent
October 25, 2011
There is not one school that is perfect for every family. The reviews for the most expensive and elite are mixed as well. The teachers at Egremont are incredible, but it is an extremely academic school, and I do not recommend it if your child has a hard time keeping up. There is concern that the decision makers have little experience, however, we are in our third year, and our child is thriving. At the end of the day, that's all that matters.

- submitted by a parent
August 31, 2011
My family LOVES Egremont! We have had wonderful teachers who have been so kind and nurturing. The small class sizes are the best part of the school! The entire faculty knows every student by name. The education at Egremont is superior to any of the other local private schools and their test scores speak for themselves. They have Spanish three times per week, computers three times per week, PE three times per week and art is incorporated into every subject as it promotes hands on learning. As a full time working parent, I am unable to volunteer as much as other parents but my children still have pictures in the newsletter and feel just as valued as all of the other children. This is a WONDERFUL school!! My children can't wait to go to school everyday and it doesn't get better than that.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2011
If you are looking for a loving, nurturing environment for your child, look somewhere else. Bullying has been a major problem at Egremont for many many years now. Nothing is done to fix the problem simply because, enrollment is so low, the school needs every student's tuition including bullies'. Also, your child WILL NOT feel special at Egremont. In fact, privileges are given to kids whose parents volunteer frequently. Those kids are given main roles in the school play, their pictures flood the newsletter and the yearbook (to name a few,) making them feel superior to other students. Your child feels less important affecting his/her self-esteem deeply. The school is badly run; many many families leave every year. The class size keeps shrinking. By the time your child is in 5th grade, he/she will have less than 15 friends, way less!! This does not prepare them socially for middle school. I speak from experience.. Moreover, there is no sports, no specialty art class, no specialty music class (class was taught by one of the teachers last year!), Spanish curriculum is very weak and boring.. Definitely not worth the money! ZERO STARS

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2011
Let's just put out some facts. 1) enrollment is stated at 154, but it's more around 100 kids. Egremont is now down to a single classroom per grade. I think there are only 2 girls in the 5th grade. Very hard to develop critical social skills in very small environment. This school has seen a huge drop off in enrollment over the last three years. Because... 2) There has been three turnovers in mgmt the last three years. Last head of school vanished in middle of school yr. New head of school has very little experience and has engaged (my opinion) a purge of talent. 3) No sport programs. PTA was abolished by new school admin in favor of parent "committees" reporting to admin to ensure total control. 4) Board of directors consists of 2 or 3 people - one of which is new admin so it's basically (my opinion) a fiefdom. The teachers seems to be very good - especially at the lower levels, but there's just not much going on at this institution. Be very weary of the pretty campus, in my opinion, it covers poorly run institution. If you can afford this school, you can probably afford an extra 2k for Chatsworth Hills or a more robust system like Pinecrest. If $ no option, Sierra Canyon

- submitted by a parent
January 18, 2011
My daughter attended this school, I have to say it is beautiful ON THE OUTSIDE. The inside is ugly. The administration is horrible, and unfair to parents and students. Parents are actually told not to talk to each other or there will be consequences. Imagine that, in the US not a friendly environment. The majority of the teachers don't even have credentials, nor do the principals. Look into it, or better yet contact the board, who they will not give you contact information to. Warning, look somewhere else, just because the building is beautiful doesn't mean it's a good school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 19, 2010
Because its very good and safe school for this age of kids

- submitted by a parent
no rating May 17, 2010
Best teachers & caring for the kids/education

- submitted by a community member
May 11, 2010
Egremont Schools, Inc., has been the school of superior choice for my family for over 10 years! It's safe and clean environment, friendly staff and amazing teachers makes it a place where my sons desire to go every morning. The curriculum has proven to be academically challenging and a cut above more area private schools.

- submitted by a parent
April 14, 2010
Best school in the area. Excellent teachers that give each student full attention in order to accomodate each student's needs. Super computer programs and top notch books. Students for sure will be better prepared than others. Thank you to all the teachers and staff.

- submitted by a parent
January 30, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
no rating December 11, 2009
A new administration has brought sorely needed changes to Egremont. The added resources and efforts to bring the school into the 21st century have been a breath of fresh air and a much needed enterprise for the benefit of my children.

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating May 15, 2009
I have been an Egremont parent for 8 years, putting both my children there from early Kindergarten through fifth grade. This school is one of the finest in the Los Angeles area. The teacher's are wonderful and extremely dedicated. Many have been there for 20+ years, and a couple of them were even Egremont students themselves. The principal is wonderful (Mrs. Eaton). You could not find a more caring, nuturing, competent person to do this job. Everyone loves her. The text books are brand new (2009), so any of the prior posts complaining that they are old are now immaterial. Egremont is a very academic school. There is a lot of homework. My fifth grader spent upwards to two hours a night on homework, and sometimes more when there is a special project due. There are also a lot of test and oral presentations. Overall an A++++ school! Highly recommended.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 05, 2009
I am a grandparent and my own son attended this school in the 1980's. Some of those teachers remain with the school today and will teach my grand-daughter. The new facilities, teachers, discipline remain consistant and results remain high. This is a school that gives students a superior foundation and a great future.

- submitted by a community member
no rating December 09, 2007
This is an excellent school. The teachers are nurturing and committed to the excellence of their students. The EK program is superb - excellent blend of discipline and paced learning. I appreciate the emphasis on math and reading - the kids have excelled at an exceptional pace. I recommend this school to any parent!

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2007
The school is using very outdated books. Some bookds they use are from 1980's. They put too much emphasis on math, but fail to do enough work in writing and English. They try to impress the families with all the projects, and portfolios, and etc., and that does not leave the class with enough time to do the real work. My child entered Egremont with above average reading ability, and left Egremont with below average reading ability. You just do not get your money's worth.

- submitted by a parent
May 30, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2006
Good quality academics. Great teachers in the earlier grades. Tough curriculum-- makes the children disciplined at an early age-- a plus. Sports, community enrichments programs lacking. Parent involvement kept to a minimum.Room for improvement in allowing parental involvement in their 'pto'-- its actually just a vehicle for more money for the school instead of an open line of communication between parents and administration/teachers

- submitted by a parent
September 28, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
July 27, 2005
The education that the children get is outstanding. The teachers have also done a fabulous job in teaching our children. I believe our administration is the weakest part of our school and this holds us back in competing with other top schools in the valley.

- submitted by a parent
July 20, 2005
Great school. My kids love it and the staff is wonderful!

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2005
Egremont has a beautiful campus. It offers an excellent academic program, with many dedicated teachers. However, the well being of the students is not a top priority, and I would definitely not recommend this school to anyone.

- submitted by a parent
May 07, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
April 10, 2005
My Son is a former student of Egremont. The education he obtained in the years he attended Egremont have served him well. I would recommend Egremont to any parent who values their childs progress.

- submitted by a parent
April 07, 2005
This school seems to be very well managed and maintained. The grounds are fetidously look after and the facilities are superb. The school is a traditional approach to education concentrating on the basic skills need to critically think, organize one's thoughts and execute well on one's plans.

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2004
Many of us pulled out children out after one year. This is a shockingly badly run school where children are neither nurtured nor appreciated. This is a small school on a beautiful campus, but it is run by someone (not the principal) with a Victorian attitude who is merely interested in high test scores. The children are taught how to score well on the tests, but with very little understanding of how to learn, or how to apply their learning. Be warned...

- submitted by a parent
November 12, 2004
I'm very disappointed in the teacher quality of this school. Issues have been addressed with the principal who is very pro-active.

- submitted by a parent
May 03, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2004
I attended Egremont from Pre-K to 6th grade, and loved every minute there. Taking computer, music, Spanish and P.E. classes as well as the advanced curriculum, really helped me gain the upper edge in high school. The teachers and faculty are truly involved with each students life, and during my time there I developed an extensive family with the whole student body. With great cultural and educational assemblies and annual international days celebrating a country, as well as, drama plays and music classes, the school has developed their fine arts programs. As student body president in 6th grade, I truly loved the school and embraced every facet of it. Now that they have expanded to 8th grade, I regret not being younger, so that I could be enrolled there still.

- submitted by a former student
October 07, 2003
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Egremont Schools, Inc.
19850 Devonshire Street, Los Angeles, CA  91311
(818) 363-7803
Last modified Egremont Schools, Inc. is a Private school that serves grades K-5
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