Primary and Secondary Schools
- Public schools
Other schools serving Hancock Park include Los Angeles High School, Fairfax High School, Bancroft Middle School, and Melrose Elementary School.
Burroughs opened in 1922, while 3rd Street opened in 1924.
- Private schools
Private schools include Marlborough School, a private girls' school, Yavneh Hebrew Academy, an Orthodox Jewish school Pre-School - 8, and Page Private School.
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