Skip to main content
The School of Los Angeles
The School of Los Angeles logo

The School of Los Angeles

Membership Status

Full Member

Mission Statement

The mission of the Episcopal School of Los Angeles is to create and sustain a campus devoted to nurturing souls and minds in an intellectually rigorous and spiritually curious academic community. The purpose of the School is to enable young people to thrive in an atmosphere of diversity and to become ethical leaders in communities of faith, the nation, and the world. All work will share the same goal: to manifest and embody what it means to be both a person who loves to learn and a person who responds to what they believe in with their words, faith, and action. In the Anglican academic tradition of honor, respect, integrity, and joy, we will lift up what it means to be a community at work, study, play, and service.

The School of Los Angeles

Features and Highlights

  • A unique Service and Justice Program with cohorts in Housing Justice, the Carceral State & Abolition, Sanctuary Spaces & Immigration, and Environmental & Climate Justice.
  • Providing opportunities for students to partner with organizations and people's movements in LA and engage in focused, sustained, real-world practice.
  • A pathbreaking New Humanities Core that models the depth of university study in fields such as Queer Studies, Black Studies, Latinx Studies, Environmental Studies, and more.
  • Project-based, highly inclusive arts curricula in theatre, music performance and production, filmmaking, and studio art.

About The School of Los Angeles

A trailblazing academic program. A uniquely diverse community. Rooted in the city we call home. Located in the heart of Old Hollywood, the School of Los Angeles is a co-ed, college-preparatory day school serving grades six through twelve. Over half of our students receive need-based tuition assistance, empowering us to bring together a community that truly reflects the diversity of the city. Our students engage in the most forward-thinking experiential and project-based learning, in cutting-edge fields like ecology, artificial intelligence, and queer studies.

School Profile

  • School Type
  • Boarding/Day
    Day Only
  • Grade Levels
    Grade 6; Grade 7; Grade 8; Grade 9; Grade 10; Grade 11; Grade 12
  • Classroom
  • Gender
    All Genders
  • Enrollment
  • Affiliations

Location Information

Contact Information

  • Mailing Address
    6325 Santa Monica Boulevard Los Angeles, CA 90038
  • Main
    (323) 462-3752