Students living in Hollywood attend elementary through high school in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Although the district encompasses more than 1,100 schools, those in the immediate Hollywood area include:
- One K-12 public charter school;
- One K-3 school;
- One K-8 public charter school;
- Seven K-6 schools; one of which is a public charter school;
- Two 6-8 public magnet schools;
- One 6-12 public charter school;
- One 7-12 school; and
- Two 9-12 schools, one of which is an art-based public magnet.
LAUSD has been divided into six “local” districts: Central, East, Northeast, Northwest, South and West. Hollywood is located in the West LAUSD district, though some of the schools in the area may fall within the boundary of the Central district. LAUSD offers “neighborhood/resident schools,” within each local district, meaning children usually can attend schools near their home. You can view the designated resident school for any property using the Resident School Identifier tool at rsi.lausd.net. You can also search for your resident school via your home address with the district’s “SchoolFinder” tool.
However, since LAUSD offers both traditional and choice-based systems, students can choose to either attend a school within their neighborhood OR apply to any other school in the district offering specialized programs. These include Schools for Advanced Studies (SAS), charter schools, magnet schools, Open Enrollment schools, and schools located within Zones of Choice. You can search for schools and navigate the application process with the district’s e—choices tool at echoices.lausd.net.
It’s important that prospective residents contact the district to confirm attendance, boundaries, availability, and policies.
To search test results for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), the state’s new academic computer-based assessments in English language arts/literacy and mathematics for students in grade 3 to 8 and grade 11, which began in 2015, visit caaspp.ca.cde.gov/sb2015.
Private schools in Hollywood
Beverly Hills RC School; PK-K; nonsectarian; 34 students
California University FCE; PK-K; nonsectarian; 56 students
Cheder Menachem; K-8; Jewish; 319 students
Green School of Hollywood; K-12; nonsectarian; 42 students
Hollywood Schoolhouse; PK-6; nonsectarian; 314 students
T.C.A. Arshag Dickranian School; PK-12; nonsectarian; 170 students
Temple Israel of Hollywood Day School; K-6; Jewish; 207 students
The Neilson Academy; 3-11; nonsectarian; 9 students
The Oaks School; K-6; nonsectarian; 159 students
Los Angeles Unified School District (213-241-1000)*Public charter school; **Public magnet school; offers STE[+a]M Magnet and Performing Arts Magnet; open enrollment ^Public magnet school; offers SAS program, Health, Engineering and Applied Technology Magnet and Communication and Arts Magnet; open enrollment ++Public magnet high school; offers SAS program, Performing Arts Magnet and Media and Technology SLC; open enrollment Information for the table above is from Schooldigger.com and the California Department of Education
||State Ranking/ # of Schools
|Cheremoya Avenue Elem.
|*Citizens Of The World Charter
|Gardner Street Elementary
|Hollywood Primary Center
|*Larchmont Charter School
|Selma Avenue Elementary
|Valley View Elem.
|Vine Street Elem.
|*Santa Monica Boulevard Community Charter School
|**Hubert Howe Bancroft Middle
|^Joseph Le Conte Middle
|*Magnolia Science Academy 5
|Richard A. Alonzo Community Day
|++Hollywood Senior High