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91001, California Public Schools

  • School Location Grades Students
  • AltadenaAltadena Elementary School
    743 E. Calaveras St.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)396-5650

    Grades: KG-5 | 265 students
  • AltadenaAveson Global Leadership AcademyCharter School
    1919 E. Pinecrest Dr.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)797-1438

    Grades: 6-12 | 413 students
  • AltadenaAveson School Of LeadersCharter School
    1919 E. Pinecrest Dr.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)797-1438

    Grades: KG-5 | 411 students
  • AltadenaCharles W. Eliot Middle School
    2184 N. Lake Ave.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)396-5680

    Grades: 6-8 | 504 students
  • AltadenaFranklin Elementary School
    527 W. Ventura St.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)396-5640

    Grades: KG-5 | 272 students
  • AltadenaJackson Elementary SchoolMagnet School
    593 W. Woodbury Rd.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)396-5700

    Grades: KG-5 | 419 students
  • AltadenaOdyssey CharterCharter School
    725 W. Altadena Dr.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)229-0993

    Grades: KG-8 | 458 students
  • AltadenaPasadena Rosebud AcademyCharter School
    3544 N. Canon Blvd.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)797-7704

    Grades: KG-6 | 144 students
  • AltadenaPasadena Rosebud Academy Middle SchoolCharter School
    3544 N. Canon Blvd.
    AltadenaCA 91001
    (626)797-7704

    Grades: 7-8 | 35 students
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