La Jolla Elementary School 1111 Marine St, La Jolla, CA92037 The La Jolla Elementary School is part of the San Diego Unified School District and serves kindergarten through fifth…More grade. It has an average class size of 21. In 2008, it received California Distinguished School Recognition. Some of the courses this school offers include band, computer, orchestra, chorus, dance, ceramics and sculpture, drawing, painting, theatre and drama. In addition, Spanish and Mandarin are both taught.
Hirsh Orthodontics 7301 Girard Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Hirsh Orthodontics is the private dentistry practice of Dr. Gary Hirsh, who specializes in diagnostic and orthodontic…More oral care. The La Jolla office is located next to La Jolla Elementary School. Dr. Hirsh also operates a facility outside of La Mesa.
Bird Rock Elementary School 5371 la Jolla Hermosa Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 Bird Rock Elementary School is part of the San Diego Unified School District and serves grades kindergarten through…More fifth. The average class size is 23. Some of this school's highlights include band, basketball and community service. It has a wide range of sports available for the students, such as cross country, football and basketball. It also has student council and student government.
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All Hallows Catholic Church 6602 la Jolla Scenic Dr S, La Jolla, CA92037 All Hallows is a large Catholic church located on Mount Soledad. It also has an elementary school. All Hallows has…More several ministries around San Diego and in Baja.
Torrey Pines Elementary School 8350 Cliffridge Ave, La Jolla, CA92037 This public elementary school, a part of the San Diego Unified School District, is nestled into a residential area atop…More the scenic hills of La Jolla. The school is a high performer on the California State Academic Performance Index and has also been recognized as a California Distinguished School. In addition to the usual public education offerings, Torrey Pines also has foundation-funded programs that go above and beyond what is funded by state or federal government. This allows students to take advantage of extended curriculum like classes in art, technology, music, literature and more. A YMCA across the street also serves as a community partner to the school for enhanced physical education instruction and child care outside of school hours.