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In the Valley, I would say Granada Hills/Encino, and on the other side, Calabasas/Thousand Oaks.
Immediately in LA, I would say Palisades, Santa Monica, or Beverly Hills.
San Gabriel Valley, all of them, really (Temple City, San Gabriel, Gabrelino) but specifically San Marino, South Pasadena, and Arcadia schools are well known.
South Bay, I would say Palos Verdes, and most of Torrance.
South LA County, Cerritos are known for their EXCELLENT public school system! (I'm a proud product!)
Anyhow, I could go on and on, but these are my suggestions. If you need any assistance, I would be glad to help and I really cover a big area of geography in my expertise.
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I hope you find a school you like. Too bad Orange County is not on your radar!! We have some cities with awesome school districts!!! In which all the schools perform above state standards!
There are also some of the best public schools in the country here in LA county, but the real estate values surrounding these schools vary greatly. For example, Calabasas schools are known as some of the best public education in the state, however the average sales price in Calabasas is $1,721,716. Comparable schools are Granada Hills High where the average price for a house in the city is 408,389 and El Camino in Woodland Hills where there is currently an avg price of 641,800 for a house. These are all Trulia numbers by the way.
Middle schools in LA County also vary in much the same ways however their level of education is not expressed in comparable standards as they are with High Schools and upper level education. With Middle School you can choose between private and public schools but it doesn't make as big a difference in the student's chances of getting into college. However, many of these private middle schools specialize in getting students into the local high caliper Private High Schools where admission can be extremely competitive.
If you have any more questions feel free to contact me. I'm a Keller Williams Agent and you can reach me at 818.261.1931 or Shoeb.Moh@gmail.com
You know as parents you'll also want your children to be invlved with their community as well so I would recommend scouting the schools close to where you"ll live and work after all school is one important part of their life but so is your involvement and time...less driving, more time:)
Good luck and happy house hunting!
The area you choose depends on so many factors. Are you interested in putting him in public or private? That alone, is hugely important when choosing the neighborhood to purchase in. I would love to talk to about this more. Feel free to call me at 320-924-2415 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Clint Lohr, Keller Williams World Media Center--Burbank.