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Cecilia71 July 11, 2012


Hi, I am moving to LA and I still do not even know were we are going to live. Can someone recommend the best private elemetary school in LA... More » 

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MagnetMom July 12, 2012


Hi Cecelia71, "Best" is a relative term. You might want to expand your search to include public and... More »

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karlakahler June 18, 2012


I'm looking for a good school in the valley that has a great special ed program. My son is delayed in his fine motor skills and currently working... More » 

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Zosmom July 10, 2012


If you have to go public, I'd look into Carpenter Community Charter in Studio City.

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twiddly June 28, 2012


My son will be attending a new language immersion program at Micheltorena. I have no clue how to prepare or what to expect. Do we just show up... More » 

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doritSL June 28, 2012


If they are doing it the same way they did when my daughter started kinder at Micheltorena (in 2005) the Kinder parents... More »

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Dadof2girl May 13, 2012


Can someone fill me in on what are considered the best private Catholic elementary schools in Los Angeles? Specifically looking from Hancock Park... More » 

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evelyn9 May 28, 2012


St Timothy School in West L.A. is amazing. In addition to teaching the curriculum a year in advance and being very academically... More »

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mdorn05 May 30, 2012


You can also check out: -St Brandan Catholic School -Good Shepherd Catholic School -St James school All... More »

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MagnetMom April 25, 2012


Transitional Kindergarten programs will continue next school year, with the school lists available here: http://ht.ly/awf8Z LAUSD announced today. Spaces... More » 

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karlakahler May 21, 2012


Good to know. Thanks MagnetMom! You are a wealth of knowledge when it comes to this stuff. Thanks!

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MagnetMom May 21, 2012


Thanks karlakahler. I just pass along what I read. LAUSD doesn't always make it easy for parents to find... More »

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hlsdka May 12, 2012


We may soon move to the Mar Vista and looks like the home school for where we move would be Walgrove Elementary. Any thoughts or info would be... More » 

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MagnetMom May 5, 2012


Los Angeles Unified School District has posted the schools in the district with open enrollment spaces on their site at lausd.net (go to the right... More » 

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MagnetMom May 7, 2012


If the child is currently attending an LAUSD school you do need an administrator to sign off. If your child has not entered... More »

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mrjacobmath May 11, 2012


If it is any help I have a map of all schools participating in open enrollment along with lists broken down by elementary,... More »

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jmbless7 May 11, 2012


Is the Magnet program better than SAS?

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MagnetMom May 11, 2012


Hi jmbless7, One is not necessarily better than the other. They're different programs. Magnet programs... More »

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karlakahler May 10, 2012


Has anyone ever successfully gotten into a non PI school with the NCLB transfer? If so, how many school chioces did LAUSD provide you with and... More » 

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karlakahler May 10, 2012


Thanks MagnetMom! My home school is Chandler (currently at risk for PI and I am awaiting test results to see if it... More »

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MagnetMom May 10, 2012


Two things, check *why* Chandler is on PI. Some schools get on the 'at risk' for PI list because of two subgroups.... More »

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ncsupack May 7, 2012


Does any one have experience in LAUSD with having their child skip a grade level in elementary school and how it is accomplished? My child is currently... More » 

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MagnetMom May 8, 2012


A similar scenario happened at my daughter's school. A student was placed in a 1/2 split as the only first grader.... More »


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