Malibu

Welcome to Malibu

Malibu (approx. pop. 13,000) is a stunning beachfront city situated on a 32-mile stretch of land tucked between the Pacific Ocean and the Santa Monica Mountains. It is a highly desirable place to live and features some of the most famous beaches in the US, including Carbon Beach, Zuma Beach, Surfrider Beach, Paradise Cove and Pirates Cove. North of the Santa Monica Mountains, Malibu residents will find Thousand Oaks and the communities of Agoura Hills, Calabasas and Woodland Hills. Topanga falls to the east. Malibu is a favorite among those in the entertainment industry and, as such, is home to several annual arts and film festivals, like the Malibu Arts Festival and Malibu International Film Festival. Other popular events in the community include the Malibu Chili Cookoff, Malibu Nautica Triathlon and Polar Plunge.

Quick Facts

Population

12,958

Female

6,612

Male

6,346

  • White
    11,046
    87.4%
  • Hispanic
    769
    6.1%
  • Asian alone
    323
    2.6%
  • Black
    137
    1.1%
Median Home Price

$ 1,000,000

Average Income

$123,734

Median resident age

52.9 years

Malibu Schools

School Grades School Level State Ranking/# of Schools Student/Teacher Ratio
Juan Cabrillo Elementary K-5 Elementary 2017: 676/5692 16.2
Kilpatrick Vernon Camp 7-12 High –: –/–
Malibu High 6-12 Alternative –: –/– 20.4
McKinna Learning Center 2-11 Private –: –/– 2.8
Miller Fred C. Camp 7-12 High –: –/– 13
Point Dume Elementary K-5 Elementary 2017: 506/5692 21.6
Webster Elementary K-5 Elementary 2017: 494/5692 22.4
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