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Bellflower

KEY    Charter     Private      Public
Schools within neighborhood and surrounding one mile

Public schools

Name Grades Enrollment API Rank
Abraham Lincoln K-5 628 7/10
Albert Baxter Elementary K-6 501 8/10
Alondra Middle 6-8 956 7/10
Alternative Opportunity Programs K-12 234 4/10
Anna M. Glazier Elementary K-5 534 6/10
Bellflower High 7-12 2940 8/10
Captain Raymond Collins K-5 601 1/10
Carpenter Elementary 4-5 565 5/10
Columbus Continuation 9-12 347 2/10
Corvallis Middle 6-8 830 4/10
Craig Williams Elementary K-6 855 4/10
D. D. Johnston Elementary K-5 434 6/10
Doris Topsy-Elvord Academy 6-8 111 2/10
Ernie Pyle Elementary K-6 559 5/10
Esther Lindstrom Elementary K-6 862 7/10
Frank E. Woodruff Elementary K-6 712 3/10
Gauldin Elementary K-5 618 5/10
Harry Wirtz Elementary K-5 684 2/10
Intensive Learning Center K-6 583 9/10
Jefferson Elementary K-5 476 5/10
Lewis Elementary K-5 786 6/10
Loretta Lampton Elementary K-5 638 8/10
Los Angeles County Special Education K-12 1672 4/10
Major Lynn Mokler K-5 657 5/10
Mayfair High 7-12 3332 9/10
McKinley Elementary K-5 715 2/10
New River Elementary K-5 538 4/10
Paramount High 9-12 4989 7/10
Ramona Elementary K-6 693 3/10
Richard Gahr High 9-12 1989 8/10
Somerset Continuation High 7-12 364 2/10
Stephen Foster Elementary K-6 714 7/10
Sussman Middle 6-8 1225 4/10
Theodore Roosevelt K-5 770 4/10
Thomas Jefferson Elementary K-6 675 3/10
Ward Elementary K-3 453 6/10
Washington Elementary K-6 856 4/10

Private schools

Bellflower

is a city in the Southeast region of Los Angeles County.
The neighboring communities are Cerritos, Downey, Lakewood, Long Beach, Norwalk and Paramount.
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Bellflower is one of the 272 neighborhoods in Mapping L.A., The Times’ resource for crime, neighborhoods, demographics and schools.
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Source: California Department of Education