Classes on beauty, fashion, airbrush, cinema, stage, television and special effects makeup
A middle school within the Los Angeles Unified School District, Local District 4. It was established in 2009 as the only middle school in the LAUSD to practice single-sex education (different curricula and learning environments for girls and boys).
YOKA is named in honor of Colonel Young-Oak Kim, the first Asian-American colonel to lead a US battalion in war. It is LA’s first middle school, and the third school overall, named for a Korean.
Located near the corner of Wilshire Boulevard and Vermont Avenue
RFK Community Schools is located at the former site of the Ambassador Hotel.
Highly regarded school that was dedicated in October 2006. About 600 students in kindergarten through fifth grade are served. DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► KoreanFood.site ► Kfood.site
Wilshire Park Elementary School is an LAUSD public school located just west of Koreatown proper. DOMAIN NAMES FOR SALE ► KoreanFood.site ► Kfood.site
Frank del Olmo Elementary School is technically just north of Koreatown proper.
St. James Episcopal Church and School is located just two blocks west of Koreatown’s formal borders on Western Avenue.
Virgil Middle School serves approximately 1,500 students in grades 5-8 in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
Technically located north of Koreatown proper, in the East Hollywood area of Los Angeles.
“Satellite location” of the Stanton University learning center that is based in Garden Grove.