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Lancaster

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Schools within neighborhood and surrounding one mile

Public schools

Name Grades Enrollment API Rank
Amargosa Creek Middle 6-8 1046 5/10
Antelope Valley High 9-12 1716 3/10
Columbia Elementary K-5 880 2/10
Crossroads Community Day K-8 60 1/10
Crossroads School (Alternative) K-8 106 1/10
Del Sur Senior Elementary K-8 753 7/10
Desert View Elementary K-5 748 2/10
Desert Winds Continuation High 9-12 1277 1/10
Discovery K-8 966 4/10
Eastside High 9-12 2432 4/10
El Dorado Elementary K-6 795 3/10
Endeavour Middle 6-8 786 3/10
Gifford C. Cole Middle 6-8 879 1/10
Jack Northrop Elementary K-5 630 3/10
Joe Walker Middle 6-8 887 7/10
John and Jacquelyn Miller Elementary K-6 697 5/10
Joshua Elementary K-5 671 1/10
Lancaster High 9-12 2374 6/10
Lincoln Elementary K-5 768 1/10
Linda Verde Elementary K-5 757 1/10
Los Angeles County Online High 9-12 528 3/10
Mariposa Elementary K-6 597 2/10
Monte Vista Elementary K-6 833 3/10
Nancy Cory Elementary K-6 628 4/10
New Vista Middle 6-8 1002 1/10
Quartz Hill Elementary K-6 837 6/10
Quartz Hill High 9-12 3198 8/10
Rancho Vista Elementary K-6 600 7/10
Sierra Elementary K-5 722 1/10
SOAR High (Students On Academic Rise) 9-12 387 10/10
Sundown Elementary K-6 969 5/10
Sunnydale Elementary K-6 657 3/10
Tierra Bonita Elementary K-6 783 2/10
Valley View Elementary K-8 797 5/10
West Wind Elementary K-5 886 4/10

Private schools

Lancaster

is a city in the Antelope Valley region of Los Angeles County.
This neighborhood includes Unincorporated Lancaster-East, Unincorporated Lancaster-South and Unincorporated Lancaster-West in its area and statistics.
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Lancaster 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