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Monterey, CA
Students enrolled: 392

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1 La Mesa Way
Monterey, CA 93940

(831) 649-1872
(831) 649-3942
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November 30, 2014
I read past reviews, which are based on the past principal. This year La Mesa has a new principal who is working with many dynamics from the past. That is quite a challenge but he is devoting many hours and problem solving to support the district's new directions--one being to turn this school around (see reviews). If you want your school to improve, give this principal your support. The principal, alone, cannot change years of misdirected leadership and teaching. I believe he has the school's best interest in mind, for all concerned.

- submitted by a community member
September 03, 2014
This schools reputation is not deserved. There is a large population of military children that stay for a short time and boost the school's test scores. The higher scores are consistent year to year as every year there are new students that came from better schools. Local parents that value their children's education transfer their children to this school expecting great things. Almost immediately it is obvious the high test scores and good reputation are fluff. The class sizes are large. The teachers are hit or miss. Lunch time is a negative experience due to poor time management, overcrowding, and warnings that recess will be taken away. Their funding has been cut. They do not have a school nurse. Communication is poor. Orientation was three weeks into the school year and children were not allowed to attend. This school is right in the middle of a military neighborhood. Military.... That means they do not have grandparents that live nearby to watch the kids. The school completely ignores the needs of the military and local community. Sad.

- submitted by a parent
August 28, 2014
An open house where children are not welcome. That should tell you a lot about this pretentious, pedantic school. The first and only communication from the school at the start of the 2014-2015 year was a recorded phone call reminding parents that school started at 8am the following day. No class lists were posted until the morning school began. No chance to meet the teachers or look around the school grounds. THREE WEEKS after school started, they scheduled a back to school night for parents to meet their student's teacher and learn about classroom policies. But every flyer, recorded phone call, and note about it make it clear that the night is for parents only and children are not welcome. With a child in 4th, one in kindergarten, and a preschooler at home, we chose to skip it. The 1st parent teacher conferences are scheduled for one week after this back to school open house. The teachers are pedantic and overworked. A math sheet without a single problem wrong came home marked with a 0% and a giant F because apparently a correct answer doesn't count unless commas are in place. Who cares if the problems are solved correctly? NOT THE 4TH GRADE STAFF.

- submitted by a parent
March 04, 2014
We moved into La Mesa for this school and have been sorely disappointed. Classes are huge (28-31) with one teacher. You will notice the school's issues as soon as you speak with the front office staff...every interaction was with rude ladies who made us feel like an inconvenience. Getting time with a teacher is next to impossible as is trying to communicate with them. The overall attitude is to get the kids through and if you are a parent raising issues you are ignored. There is a high turn over of students due to the military population being here for very short periods of time. Overall I do not at all recommend La Mesa and wish we had been warned before moving in the neighborhood for this school. stints. Overall the issues we expeetienced were

- submitted by a parent
February 24, 2014
My daughter had a very positive experience at La Mesa for 4th and half of 5th grade due to two superb teachers. Despite large class sizes (over 30 kids) and varying levels of academic background among students, these teachers managed to challenge all children appropriately. The teachers were caring and respectful and provided opportunities for students to do special projects (mission project, book reports, historical and biographical research, dioramas). One of the most exciting opportunities for 5th graders is the week long overnight trip to science camp in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The science lab program is a hidden gem of La Mesa. The instrument program was a big disappointment, starting in 5th grade and being very weak. The art program thrived due to parent volunteers helping out with the Art Docent program. The PTA does an amazing job trying to recruit volunteers to participate in fundraisers that pull in large amounts of the school's budget (e.g., the At&t Pro-AM). However, communication was lacking, and volunteers pleas were often last minute. This school deserves kudos for evolving in the face of constant student turnover.

- submitted by a parent
February 08, 2014
The principal should keep in mind that she is no longer a queen bee she used to be and that type of Californian valley girls that come out of her very often is just appalling. At her age and her level she should have gone around other States to see how well behaved educated ladies act and talk. Grow up for crying out loud!

- submitted by a parent
January 10, 2014
We have been here for over 2 years. If you get a good teacher that cares about education then your ok. However I feel that a lot of the teacher have the mentality that they are kids and they should spend the day playing. I've been told that most teacher plan the curriculum for the day while the kids are on the playground, or at lunch. I have a second grader and they sometimes go all day without writing a sentence. How is that possible? They are on the playground or doing artwork more then they are in the classroom doing work. I'm very concerned that my kids will behind when we move from here.

- submitted by a parent
October 24, 2013
It is a wonderful school with its teachers and staff personnel . My son is so happy with being a student of this school. Thanks

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2013
La mesa is wonderful. I am very happy with my daughter's kindergarten teacher. The parent involvement is also incredible.

- submitted by a parent
June 09, 2013
The school as well as the teachers and staff are wonderful. The teachers are willing top work with you.The PTA is great. So you have music, art, science lab and PE unlike most of the county. The PTA raises the money so that these extras go to our students. I recommend you get involved. So that LME can keep them. We were there 2 1/2 years and really enjoyed the time at LME. Class sizes are normal for CA and the academics are the best in the county. If your moving to NPS and are going to be in La Mesa Village LME is a great school!!

- submitted by a parent
May 10, 2013
La Mesa is just an overcrowded school, so much so that I'm not even sure if my daughter's teacher really knew her academic shortfalls or even her name. It was not academically challenging or stimulating enough; for the first time my daughter started vocally expressing how she disliked school, that it was boring, and not fun. We pulled her out and moved her to Stevenson. Big Big Big Difference!

- submitted by a parent
October 29, 2012
This school is one of the reasons we moved out of La Mesa housing. Teachers are not responsive. The administration supports failing teachers. After moving to PG, my two children really started learning more which highlighted the ineffectiveness of this school. The kids to far more schoolwork in extensive homework packages than they do in class. This is the teachers way of pushing their responsibilities to teach off on the parents. Do not be fooled, this is not a good school.

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2011
The best school in the Monterey District. The Principal gets bad reviews, but she works hards and cares for both the teachers and students. Overall the teachers are great, one of my son's teachers is the best I have ever seen. Hate we will be moving soon. There are alot of issues with funding, but because of large amount of retired and transient population, it is very hard to get funding for the schools in this district. Class size is large, but we moved from one the best school districts in VA, and it was not much better. For public schools to work, there needs to be involvement from the community and this schoold does well with what available. I will be happy if our next school is this good.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2010
When you compare La Mesa to the surrounding public schools, it is, quite simply above average... however, if you compare it with the education that you would like your child to have, it falls woefully short. Our son attended La Mesa for kindergarten in 2008-2009 and had a wonderful experience (19 students in his class, superb teacher, PE, art, etc). At the start of his first grade year, however, his class had 36 kids. One teacher... 36 kids... Within a couple of weeks, our child didn't want to go to school anymore... it was "too crazy" as he put it. We volunteered 4-8 hours every week for a month to see what was happening in the classroom -- sheer and utter chaos. During the fall break, we tightened up our financial belt and moved our child to Junipero Serra School in Carmel.

- submitted by a parent
August 11, 2010
This school is a joke. It is filthy, the cafeteria is run by one lady who heats up the pre-packaged meals and also works the cash register. The meals are very unhealthy. While some of the teachers have great intentions, they lack the funding, supplies and support from the school to accomplish all they want/need to accomplish. Our daughters teacher used to send home weekly newsletters loaded with typos! The only reason this school does not have a lower overall score is because parents are forced to make up at home for what their children get in class. My wife constantly used to say: "With all the homework our daughter brings home, I wonder if they do anything at all in class during the day besides take numerous recesses?" We moved to Carmel Valley after six months just to get our daughter into a better school.

- submitted by a parent
April 15, 2010
We are ending our 2nd year here at La Mesa. My main complaints about the school regard the overall district's/state's inability to provide a curriculum that challenges my student, too many students per class (which is becoming a trend in CA), and the absence or under-representation of many positions that I feel are necessary in any school. These positions include a school counselor, school nurse, vice principal, GATE instruction, and full-time enrichment programs, not unlike most public schools in this state. What makes this school great is the number of parents who volunteer. We also have a lot of foreign students which makes for unique learning opportunities about others' cultures. The faculty and staff make the most out of their resources and the PTA is generally well-supported. Overall a good choice for this area.

- submitted by a parent
April 13, 2010
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- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2010
This school is ridiculous! The teachers do not pay attention to the student...My daughters first report card conference was the first time her teachers had ever seen any of her class work! They also trust 10 and 11yr old students to grade their own papers or have the student next to them grade them, this seems like a good idea except the teacher don't collect the work to make sure they are done correctly therefore many students are failing when the parents bring it to the attention of the teachers. Its sad to say but I wish my child was never enrolled in this school and by the time first report cards came home the school year was almost over. When its 'benchmark' test time the teachers cram the students with the info they need just to pass and keep scores up! Do not put your child here

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2010
La Mesa Has wonderful teachers but that is where it ends. The PTA works hard to provide art, music, pe and computers. There is a lot of parent but as in most places it is the same few people every time. The PTA board is not full and no one is willing to step up. There might not be a PTA next year so no art, music, pe or computers! As for the Principal all one needs to do is listen to kids or parents outside to know how they feel. The superintendent for the district is making even more drastic changes that will hurt this school even more. The building is out of date and in disrepair in many areas. There is garbage all over the school and it is left there until it blows away or a parent picks it up. Put your child somewhere else!

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 21, 2010
La Mesa Elementary has been a very large military population due to DLI and NPS. It has been good learning environment for my children. As mentioned by others, this school benefits from active participation of the community that it serves. Parental involvement has been discouraged though during the current school year due to a change in one of the administration positions, which has led to declining morale (voiced by both parents and teachers). This school however, has held its place as one of if not the best in MPUSD. Just make sure that you insert yourself and stay on top of your child's academic progress.

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2009
La Mesa is a public school, run like a private school. The teachers are excellent. I've never met a harder working group of teachers. Stay away from the front office, if you can. They are rude, and will make you mad. The principal is new, and has never been a principal before. But, if you want the best education possible for your child, La Mesa school is the best place to be.

- submitted by a parent
December 20, 2009
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- submitted by a student
no rating December 09, 2009
We squeezed into a small house here so that our child could go to LaMesa. Looking back, we may have lived in Carmel or PG. This is the only good school in a failing district, which is dealing with severe budget cuts that put a huge strain on the schools. Next year we hear that there will be at least 30 kids/class (even K-3). We may or may not have art, music, PE, and computer (all funded by the PTA).We had a very rough start this year (my kid had three teachers in three months), but things are better now. I had problems with the principal, but now feel that she is doing a good job overall. Teachers are excellent and are doing the best they can given the cuts. Based on next year's outlook, we are moving our child to a private school at Christmas, before things get worse.

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2009
The school might be old and the principal new, but La Mesa is a great school. It's not perfect - because of the CA financial issues, the classrooms have more kids than I'd like. But they're doing the best they can. The teachers here are fantastic. I don't have to supplement my kids at home. I don't know anyone who does. In fact, my daughter attended K-1 at La Mesa before we moved to one of the best school districts in VA. She was far ahead of what was being taught in VA, especially in Math. When we moved back, we insisted on living in La Mesa for the school. I can't emphasize enough how wonderful the teachers are at La Mesa. They work so hard and really do care about the kids. And as for the office staff, it has been a pleasure dealing with them this year.

- submitted by a parent
December 03, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
no rating November 22, 2009
Mrs. Kelley has never been a principal before this year. She has been a principal for approximately 12 weeks. From week one, the parents were on her about every little thing, including her tone of voice. I have taken time to get to know her. She is well-educated, hard-working, kind, caring, and competent. For the most part, this has been ignored. It is very difficult for a civilian woman to succeed in a military community. Most of our parents are wonderful, but those who are not can be truly vicious...and proud of it. I've taught at this school for 26 years. Parents come and go. The continuity of the education offered at La Mesa is not dependent upon any single group of parents. I see teachers arriving on campus as early as 6:30 a.m. and leaving late at night. How sad to ignore that.

- submitted by a teacher
November 12, 2009
This is a horrible school. The office staff and administration are rude. The principle seems clueless. The classrooms are crowded and dirty. If you can afford private school, please look into one.

- submitted by a parent
November 02, 2009
This is a true neighborhood school (military families) and has a 'pleasantville' feel, but the school itself isn't that great. The only reason it's ranked #1 in this district is because a good 90 % of the students here have both parents with 1 or more degrees, most of which supplement their child's education at home. The school is old and looks rundown, and quite frankly is filthy. The rooms are dark and crowded as well, and the Principal (Mrs. Kelley) is awful. As for the teacher my child has, I'm unimpressed. She's impatient and exacerbated most of the time and just hands out worksheets all day. She does manage to fit in 3 recesses, though! IIf I could afford private school, I'd pull my child out in a heartbeat. On the bright side, the PTA is great and does it's best to provide what they can for our kids.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2009
The teachers are still great but the principal(Ms. Kelly) has really turned out to be a huge disappointment. My family is very sad to see such a great school go downhill so fast. Maybe if Ms. Kelly was replaced next year, the new principal could turn it back into the school it was in previous years.

- submitted by a parent
October 28, 2009
We are a military family and my children attended LaMesa from 2006 to 2008. The PTA was always wonderful. The principal was very caring. My children had excellent teachers with one exception. She was very caring, just not very aggressive enough with academics which is obviously highly needed. The environment was always very safe, warm and caring. Parent volunteers were more then welcome. My children loved it. When we moved to another state, my daughter finished out second grade with ease. She already new her multiplication tables.

- submitted by a parent
September 22, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
September 17, 2009
The staff is wonderful, the atmoshphere is supportive, and the children seem happy and motivated.

- submitted by a parent
September 02, 2009
The principal Ms Kelley at this school is awful. They are overcrowded and may be the best school in the district but is not a good school in general.

- submitted by a parent
no rating August 28, 2009
La Mesa has some of the worse office staff that I have seen. They are very rude and the new principle seems to not really be interested talking to a parent. The PTA is great but there are a lot of problems with La Mesa.

- submitted by a community member
August 18, 2009
Wow, we already really miss La Mesa School. We move quite often, and no school has compared to La Mesa. The teachers, the Principal- Mr. Miller, and the PTA were fantastic! Any reviewer that doesn't give this school a top rating in all areas must be unhappy about everything in their life. The top school scores reflect the excellent quality of the school program, the supportive leadership, and the wonderful teaching that goes on there. My son is especially going to miss the Vice Principal (Cisco, the dog).

- submitted by a parent
June 29, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
June 16, 2009
We are a military family and moved into La Mesa (which is expensive for the area) so our child could attend this school. If I had to do it again, I would have lived in Monterey and rented a larger place and sent my child to one of the more affordable private schools. My child will not be returning to La Mesa next year. Unfortunately, we had a very negative experience with his teacher (safety issues, bullying issues, and failure to allow him to move ahead in curriculum, a chaotic and filthy classroom). We arrived right before school started and got the teacher that I later found out was most requested NOT to have. The principal was ambivalent, the office staff very rude. Students have high test scores because that is all that taught. PTA is great. Buildings are old. Try Carmel or Pacific Grove public schools. They are better.

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2009
Amazing School, all of my kids loved it! When we moved to Alexandria where schools are supposed to be remarkable, they knew everything that was tought in thier new grade!

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2009
What a great school. My children have had a wonderful experience these past two years. The principal, teachers, and PTA are simply the best! We are military and moving-otherwise we would love to stay at La Mesa....we are going to miss it!

- submitted by a parent
February 17, 2009
Poor quality of administration and teachers. I guess the budget cuts have hit La Mesa. Good test scores, but I am doing all the teaching my son and daughter have no real instruction at school. Very dissapointed with this school. I am pulling my children out at the next break and sending them to San Carlos, I would recommend you do the same.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2009
After two years at this school we are happy to have left! The teachers are okay but the office staff was the worst I have seen. The principle has no leadership skills what so ever and the people in the front office are all rude and borderline abusive.

- submitted by a parent
September 19, 2008
La Mesa has the best teachers, the best administrators and the absolute best parent support of any school my children have attended. And that says a lot considering my oldest is in the 7th grade and is in his 7th school. It broke our hearts when we had to leave.

- submitted by a parent
July 14, 2008
La Mesa is an exceptionally great school. The campus is so colorful and friendly. The teachers are very welcoming. I was able to volunteer in my daughter's class weekly and I loved getting to see first hand how well the teacher bonded with the children. The PTA staff is over the top. The amount of money they raise throughout the year is next to a miracle. The school is able to provide the children with so many extra programs because of the hard work from the volunteers. With parents support this school is everything you make of it. If your child will be attending La Mesa, be prepared to get involved and love every minute of it. La Mesa makes learning FUN!!!

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2008
La Mesa Elementary is a great school! My children love it there! I have but ONE compliant... and that is the office staff. One in particular. Her people skills are awfull! She is rude and nosey! The teachers there are top of the line!! My children are going to miss it whenever we move.

- submitted by a parent
April 30, 2008
I love La Mesa Elementary! It is by far the best school that my children have attended so far. We are moving because of the military, and I know that my kids will miss La Mesa. The ONLY thing about this school that I am not real fond of, is that I feel like stress the standardized testing is stressed too much. The teachers, and staff are excellent, and we couldn t ask for more. La Mesa, you will be missed!!

- submitted by a parent
March 05, 2008
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- submitted by a student
September 26, 2007
We have attended LaMesa for the past 4 years and have been completely satisfied. We have recognized annual notable improvements throughout the school. LaMesa has been a wonderful experience for my children. I cannot say enough about the teachers. My eighth grader still returns to LaMesa to visit her sixth grade teachers. She volunteers in their classes and just loves to be there. We are so happy to say that we are part of the LaMesa family and will be forever.

- submitted by a parent
August 25, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
July 23, 2007
My child attended La Mesa from Kinder to 2nd grade. We were very pleased with his academic performance. Unfortunately, he will not be able to return due to the stricter zoning policies. His teachers in the 1st (Ms. Uyeda)and 2nd grade (Mrs. Ziel) were outstanding. Overall, La Mesa is a real treasure in the heart of Monterey.

- submitted by a parent
May 18, 2007
La Mesa is a great school if your child is from a military family. Due to Monterey budget cuts my son was forced to attend La Mesa. He is a high maintnance child with some social skills. One teacher in particular has called him fat and repeatedly singeled him out. A majority of my messages are left unanswered and the school counslor and principal are no help. My son has developed anxiety when its time to go to school. If you cant' seek help from the teacher where else can we turn?

- submitted by a parent
February 06, 2007
La Mesa Elementary has one of the most caring and qualified teaching staffs you could ever hope for when it comes to educating your children or anyone else's. Our daughter has been there since Kindergarten and the quality and caliber of teaching these past three years is almost breathtaking. We consider ourselves very fortunate getting our daughter the quality education she so richly deserves, she gets the qualities of a private school on the public school level and so much more. Valerie Kazansky is the best third grade educator I have ever met and still amazes me to this day, she is a true professional.

- submitted by a parent
March 18, 2006
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- submitted by a parent
January 13, 2006
There are many positive things about La Mesa Elementary. The teachers are (with a few exceptions) wonderful and caring. The new Principal, Mr. Miller truly does care for students and making positive changes. The only big issue our family and others around us had was the unprofessional office staff. Parents were made to feel like they were a bother if they needed to stop in at the office to speak to someone, drop off a forgotten lunch box, etc...The office staff was also rather rude to volunteers which was particularly disheartening. The amount of time that volunteers spend at the school is enormous and they should not be treated as a bother. I also saw a number of sick or hurt children who were ignored or treated in the same manner. Bottom line, if people skills are not your thing--don't work in a school. Best of luck to you.

- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2006
La Mesa has been a ver positive experience for my children. I have two children that attend La Mesa and they are both excelling in school becuse of the wonderful teachers that they have. The principal is great too! The office staff is some of the grumpiest women I have ever met but besides that La Mesa gets an A+ in my book!

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2005
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December 01, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
August 19, 2005
I have two children at La Mesa. I am very pleased with how the school is ran. The main concern that I have is the overcrowding of some of the classes and the lack of Teacher Assistants. Although parent involvement is excellent at the school, the teachers do deserve to have full time help in the classroom.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2005
Great school. Great teachers. The best.

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March 29, 2005
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February 24, 2005
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- submitted by a teacher
January 21, 2005
This is a wonderful school. It was in a wonderful community with lots of parent involvement. My child was in Kindergarten there and the teacher was so loving and they had a great learning environment. We would definately go back!

- submitted by a parent
December 25, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
November 15, 2004
Both of our children went to school at La Mesa. It has a caring, compassionate staff. Unfortunately, the chaos within the district has distracted them from caring for the school. It looks terrible.

- submitted by a parent
March 11, 2004
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- submitted by a parent
February 03, 2004
La Mesa is the best elementary school in the country! The staff has found a way to provide the best possible education with a loving caring environment. The children are inspired to learn, and the parents are drawn in to being a part of this magnificent environment. La Mesa is the center of community activities, which adds to the fond memories of children and their parents. The school continually ranks as a 10 (out of 10) in both statewide rankings and in comparisons to similar schools. Parents should do everything possible to move into the La Mesa school zone so that their children can attend La Mesa Elementary School!

- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2004
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- submitted by a former student
August 27, 2003
My son attended kindergarten and part of 1st grade at La Mesa, before we moved out of California. Because this was our son's first experience with school, we had no idea just how good we had it--until we had to move on. La Mesa is an extremely close knit school, where teachers and parents work closely together--the frequency of parent/teacher conferences and the general 'approachability' of the teachers and staff were outstanding. The teachers we encountered were inspired, long-time educators who care very deeply about what they are doing. The presence of international children in the student body affords the unique opportunity to learn about other countries, and fosters an undertanding of other cultures. I only wish all schools were like La Mesa!

- submitted by a parent
August 18, 2003
My child attended La Mesa Elementary for three years. It is truly one of the great schools he has attended. His teachers were all above-par, and the parental volunteer rates were wonderful. Principal Dahl is fantastic. He wants after-school programs, and is encouraging to those who wish to take on the responsibility. The PTA is very involved, as well.

- submitted by a parent
August 10, 2003
Our principal, Roger Dahl, deserves praise for his outstanding leadership skills. He knows how to prioritize and always puts the best interests of the students first. The teachers are highly motivated, hard-working, talented and inspirational; as are the support staff. This combines nicely with our parents, who value education and are highly involved in every aspect of the operation of the school. Our PTA is excellent and has consistently been able to provide the funds which support a wide variety of enriching programs and activities from which our students benefit greatly. I have two children at La Mesa, and I am tremendously pleased with the education they are receiving.

- submitted by a parent
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La Mesa Elementary School
1 La Mesa Way, Monterey, CA  93940
(831) 649-1872
Last modified La Mesa Elementary School is a Public school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10 based on academic quality.
La Mesa Elementary School Rating: 4 out of 5 based on 69 reviews. Top