Top California Public Preschools Eligible For Free Lunch

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  • Approximately 69% of public preschool students in California are eligible for free lunch (2020).
  • The public preschools with the highest eligible for free lunch are listed below (where sufficient data available).
  • The public preschool with the highest percentage of students eligible for free lunch in California is Danny J. Bakewell Senior Primary Center with 92% of students eligible.

Public Preschools Eligible For Free Lunch in California (2020)

  • School Eligible for Free Lunch Grades Location
  • 1. Eligible for Free Lunch: 92%
    Grades: K8621 S. Baring Cross St.
    Los AngelesCA 90044
    (323)751-3887

  • 2.
    Hooper Avenue Primary CenterRank: #2
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 89%
    Grades: K1280 E. 52nd St.
    Los AngelesCA 90011
    (323)233-5866

  • 3.
    Olympic Primary CenterRank: #3
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 87%
    Grades: K950 S. Albany St.
    Los AngelesCA 90015
    (213)739-2753

  • 4.
    Lafayette Park Primary CenterRank: #4
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 81%
    Grades: K310 S. La Fayette Park Pl.
    Los AngelesCA 90057
    (213)380-5039

  • 5.-6. Eligible for Free Lunch: 80%
    Grades: K155 Morey Ave.
    SacramentoCA 95838
    (916)566-3485

  • 5.-6.
    Stephens Elementary SchoolRank: #5-6
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 80%
    Grades: K355 N. 5th St.
    ChowchillaCA 93610
    (559)665-8060

  • 7.-8.
    Martha Escutia Primary CenterRank: #7-8
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 76%
    Grades: K6401 Bear Ave.
    Bell GardensCA 90201
    (323)585-8237

  • 7.-8.
    Stanford Primary CenterRank: #7-8
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 76%
    Grades: K3020 Kansas Ave.
    South GateCA 90280
    (323)563-9208

  • 9.-11.
    Annie E. Cheney KindergartenRank: #9-11
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 72%
    Grades: K149 Adams St.
    CoalingaCA 93210
    (559)935-7515

  • 9.-11.
    LongfellowRank: #9-11
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 72%
    Grades: K245 W. 10th St.
    AzusaCA 91702
    (626)815-4700

  • 9.-11.
    Puente CharterRank: #9-11
    Charter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 72%
    Grades: K501 S. Boyle Ave.
    Los AngelesCA 90033
    (323)780-8900

  • 12.
    Florida Street Discovery CenterRank: #12
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 65%
    Grades: K671 N. Florida St.
    BanningCA 92220
    (951)849-2739

  • 13.
    New Jerusalem Elementary SchoolRank: #13
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 59%
    Grades: K31400 S. Koster Rd.
    TracyCA 95304
    (209)835-2597

  • 14.
    Washington Elementary SchoolRank: #14
    Charter School
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 57%
    Grades: K1501 Ellis St.
    KingsburgCA 93631
    (559)897-2955

  • 15.
    Eucalyptus Hills Elementary SchoolRank: #15
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 26%
    Grades: K11838 Valle Vista Rd.
    LakesideCA 92040
    (619)390-2634

  • 16.
    Oak Grove Elementary SchoolRank: #16
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 25%
    Grades: K8760 Bower St.
    SebastopolCA 95472
    (707)823-5225

  • 17.-18.
    Cinnabar Elementary SchoolRank: #17-18
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 20%
    Grades: K286 Skillman Ln.
    PetalumaCA 94952
    (707)765-4345

  • 17.-18.
    Creekside Early Learning CenterRank: #17-18
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 20%
    Grades: K8818 Harbison Canyon Rd.
    AlpineCA 91901
    (619)659-8250

  • 19.
    Carmel Child Development CenterRank: #19
    Eligible for Free Lunch: 18%
    Grades: K8460 Carmel Valley Rd.
    CarmelCA 93922
    (831)624-8047

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