A Catholic STEM Elementary School in Downtown Los Angeles “Where spirit, community, and innovation are fostered through education.”
St. Turibius Catholic School serves grades TK-8, fostering creativity in and out of the classroom with their newly renovated facilities, STEM Classroom and curriculum, and colorful artist transformation of their basketball court. The school was established in 1949 in Downtown Los Angeles, the heart of the City of Angels, nearby the Fashion District and Arts District where many parents work. Through their rigorous academic curriculum including: Math, Science, Engineering, Technology, History, Religion, Language Arts, Art and Physical Education, St. Turibius Catholic School accommodates both English and Spanish speakers alike. St. Turibius also plays an integral role in helping families grow closer to God, especially through helping to prepare both students and their families for the Sacraments. Find a strong and faith-filled community at Turibius today! Visit the St. Turibius Catholic School website for more information.
Holy Spirit STEM Academy
A Catholic STEM Elementary School in Mid-City Los Angeles “Love of God, Love of Others, Love of Self”
Holy Spirit STEM Academy prepares children to learn skills that will take them to college, career, and heaven! The newly renovated campus stands out in the burgeoning Mid-City neighborhood of Los Angeles, centrally located just minutes from the residential and business communities of Miracle Mile, Mid-Wilshire, Hollywood, Culver City, Beverly Hills and Baldwin Hills. Faith guides this TK-8th grade Catholic school’s STEM focus, building upon STEM basics and teaching how to apply learnings with integrity. At Holy Spirit STEM Academy, spirituality, academics and service are combined to prepare students to live a faith-filled life. Visit the Holy Spirit STEM Academy website for more information.
Divine Saviour School
A Catholic STEM Elementary School in Northeast Los Angeles “Forming Innovative Disciples in the Servite Tradition”
Family and service are the foundation of Divine Saviour School, a Catholic STEM Elementary School. Students receive personalized attention and individualized learning through small class sizes and attentive teaching. A Servite Order School, the school community is closely connected to the parish and community with many school-wide activities for families to participate in. The community is both close to everything (Dodgers Stadium, Downtown LA, Highland Park, Pasadena, East Hollywood, Silverlake, Echo Park) and also sits in quiet, safe and peaceful residential neighborhood. Students make lifelong friends that they bond with through our Priories: small communities made up of TK-8th graders which last from the student’s first day at Divine Saviour until graduation. Divine Saviour School is honored to partner with parents to form the whole student into innovative disciples. Visit the Divine Saviour Schoolwebsite for more information.
Immaculate Conception STEM Academy
A Catholic STEM Elementary School in Monrovia "Innovation in Catholic Education"
Immaculate Conception STEM Academy invites you to become part of our growing community. Our school serves students from TK (transitional-kindergarten) through eighth grade. As a proud member of the Department of Catholic School’s STEM Network, our goal is to equip and empower STEM proficient students that will be able to answer complex questions, investigate global issues, develop solutions for challenges and real world problems using rigorous science, technology, engineering, and mathematics content .
A Catholic STEM Elementary School in San Gabriel "Cultivating Students in Faith, Wisdom and Character"
San Gabriel Mission Elementary, adjacent to the historical San Gabriel Mission, is one of California’s longest operating Kindergarten through 8th grade parish schools. We are committed to academic excellence through a standards-based curriculum, which is enriched by the Dominican and Claretian charisms of sharing the Word and Truth of Jesus Christ. We are dedicated to developing each child’s full potential through our Schoolwide Learning Expectations. As a faith-based community, students, parents, teachers, staff, administration, and clergy witness the Gospel message through worship, community service and daily life experiences.