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Whittier

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Schools within neighborhood and surrounding one mile

Public schools

Name Grades Enrollment API Rank
Aeolian Elementary K-6 558 4/10
California High 9-12 3083 8/10
Christian Sorensen Elementary K-5 457 7/10
Daniel Phelan Elementary K-5 492 5/10
East Whittier Middle 6-8 1270 8/10
El Portal Elementary K-6 478 8/10
Evergreen Elementary K-5 483 7/10
Frontier High (Continuation) 9-12 677 1/10
Granada Middle 6-8 1060 8/10
Hillview Middle 6-8 800 6/10
Jordan Elementary K-6 410 8/10
Katherine Edwards Middle 6-8 864 4/10
La Habra High 9-12 2197 8/10
Lake Marie Elementary K-6 238 3/10
La Serna High 9-12 2816 9/10
Laurel Elementary K-5 756 6/10
Leffingwell Elementary K-5 565 9/10
Longfellow Elementary K-5 611 3/10
Los Molinos Elementary K-5 294 10/10
Lou Henry Hoover Elementary K-5 483 6/10
Lydia Jackson Elementary K-5 444 5/10
Macy Elementary K-6 593 9/10
Meadow Green Elementary K-6 456 9/10
Mulberry Elementary K-5 578 8/10
Murphy Ranch Elementary K-5 550 10/10
North Park Middle 6-8 857 5/10
Ocean View Elementary K-5 866 8/10
Olita Elementary K-6 467 8/10
Orange Grove Elementary K-5 422 5/10
Orchard Dale Elementary K-5 597 8/10
Rancho-Starbuck Intermediate 7-8 765 9/10
Richard L. Graves Middle 7-8 734 3/10
Scott Avenue Elementary K-5 651 8/10
Sierra Vista High (Alternative) 9-12 375 2/10
South El Monte High 9-12 1488 6/10
South Ranchito Elementary K-5 616 4/10
Walter F. Dexter Middle 6-8 1197 5/10
West Whittier Elementary K-5 417 3/10
Whittier High 9-12 2441 7/10

Private schools

Whittier

is a city in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County.
This neighborhood includes Unincorporated Whittier in its area and statistics.
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Whittier 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