What arts classes are offered?
Morningside Elementary did not respond to a survey of arts education at L.A. Unified and could not be ranked or graded.
How did nearby schools score?
Compare the grades earned by L.A. Unified schools in surrounding neighborhoods.
|San Fernando Institute of Applied Media||130 N Brand Blvd||C|
|San Fernando Middle||130 N Brand Blvd||C|
|Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies-Teacher Preparation Academy||1001 Arroyo Ave||C|
|Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies-Arts,Theatre, Entertainment (ArTES)||1001 Arroyo Ave||A|
|Cesar E. Chavez Learning Academies-Social Justice Humanitas Academy||1001 Arroyo Ave||B|
|Vista del Valle Dual Language Academy||12411 N Bromont Ave||C|
|San Fernando Elementary||1130 Mott St||C|
|Gridley Street Elementary||1907 Eighth St||D|
|O'Melveny Elementary||728 Woodworth St||C|
|Dyer Street Elementary||14500 Dyer St||C|
|Mission Continuation||11015 O'melveny Ave||C|
|San Fernando Senior High||11133 O'melveny Ave||C|
|Osceola Street Elementary||14940 Osceola St||B|
|Telfair Avenue Elementary||10975 Telfair Ave||C|
|Evergreen Continuation||13101 Dronfield Ave||D|
Footnote: Low-income percentage tallied using the total number of students receiving free and reduced-price lunch. Some errors in survey responses exist; read more about how these data were assembled.
Sources: Los Angeles Unified School District, California Department of Education, Times analysis
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