Oakwood School 11230 Moorpark St, Studio City, CA91602 Oakwood School is a co-educational school that goes from kindergarten through the 12th grade. A group of parents…More started the school in 1951 with the intention to emphasize arts, sciences and athletics in programs. The school also emphasizes sciences and humanities. There are about 40 students per grade, for a total enrollment of about 760.
Bridges Academy 3921 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Studio City, CA91604 Bridges Academy is a college preparatory school for children who are gifted and those who have learning disabilities and…More difficulties. The school teaches students from fifth through 12th grade and offers regular, honors and AP courses. The curriculum is composed of math, English, science, history, physical education, technology, foreign language, visual arts, drama and film study classes. Class sizes are kept small (the average class size is eight students) to enhance the learning of each child.
Harvard-Westlake School 3700 Coldwater Canyon Ave, Studio City, CA91604 Formed in 1989 with the merger of the Harvard School for boys and the Westlake School for girls, Harvard-Westlake's…More upper campus is located on a 22-acre campus in North Hollywood. It currently features newly enrolled students from 88 different zip codes. This private school rests behind a large black gate and all visitors must check in. No rollerskates, rollerblades, bicycles or dogs are permitted. Tours for families applying to the school can be arranged through the admissions office. Though a private school, students are not required to wear uniforms. Alumni include Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
This school has a unique Biology/Zoo Magnet school that meet at Griffith Park Zoo and students can work with the…More animals directly. The back of the school has an agricultural area where plants are cultivated and sent to schools all across the city. There's also a pig.</p>
<p>The school has a variety of special academies, including arts and entertainment, transportation, social justice and other specialized interests. They also have a Highly Gifted program.</p>
<p>There is a dress code. The school colors are blue, white and gray. This is the home of the Huskies.</p>
<p>Famous alum include actors Scott Baio, Cuba Gooding Jr., Alyson Hannigan, Alan Ladd, and composer John Williams, as well as football player Marlon Lucky and kickboxer <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benny_Urquidez">Benny Urquidez</a>.</p>
Walter Reed is known for its award-winning chorus and band as well as its high academic achievements and IHP…More (Individualized Honors Program). It has a new Culinary Academy and Environmental Sciences area of study as well as Humanities and Technology Academies.</p>
<p>The school has the longest-running continuous program for highly gifted students in the Los Angeles Unified School District and includes studies in Latin, logic and creative analysis. It is also one of a handful of middle schools with a Cadet program.</p>
<p>The ornate front and large grassy lawn in front of the school makes it a prime filming location, which adds to the school coffers. TV shows such as <i>Malcolm in the Middl</i>e, <i>Head of the Class</i> and <i>The West Wing</i>, and movies like <i>Accepted, Transformers </i>and <i>The Shaggy Dog </i>were shot there<i>.</i> During the last presidential campaign, the school made international news when it was featured in a speech by John McCain and confused with the Walter Reed Medical Center. Principal Donna Tobin had to issue a release stating that she didn't give permission to the Republicans to use the school in their promotional material.</p>
<p>The school is part of District 2 and feeds mostly to North Hollywood High School. Its mascot is the Wolves and the colors are navy blue and gray.</p>
<p>John Ritter, Adam Carolla and Rachel Bilson went to school here.</p>
Opportunities for Learning is an educational program serving at-risk middle school and high school youth by providing…More comprehensive academic recovery. With a location in St. Charles, Opportunities for Learning helps students successfully graduate with a high school diploma or enough credits to return to a traditional educational environment.</p>
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