Beach Unified School

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Hermosa Beach, California - Education
... Hermosa Beach has its own elementary school and middle school but high school students are served by either Manhattan Beach or Redondo Beach where rankings are in the 80 to 90th percentiles ... Hermosa Beach residents are zoned to Hermosa Beach City School District for grades (Kindergarten through 8) ... In 2005, Hermosa Valley and Hermosa View schools were honored as U.S ...
List Of School Districts In Los Angeles County, California
... List of school districts in Los Angeles County, California, United States ABC Unified School District Acton-Agua Dulce Unified School District Alhambra Unified School District Antelope Valley Union High ... Hart Union High School District Wiseburn School District ...
Redondo Beach Unified School District
... Redondo Beach Unified School District is a school district with approximately 8,000 students headquartered in Redondo Beach, California ... RBUSD serves the city of Redondo Beach ... In addition, residents of Hermosa Beach may choose to attend Redondo Union High School of RBUSD or the Mira Costa High School of the Manhattan Beach Unified School District ...

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