Beverly Hills is served by Beverly Hills Unified School District which includes four kindergartens through eighth and ninth grade schools.
The mission of Beverly Hills Unified School District is to inspire and empower each student to achieve academic excellence, embrace social and individual responsibility and lead with integrity. To these ends, BHUSD provides dynamic and enriching educational opportunities, collaborative community partnerships and challenging and supportive learning environments.
Public School Excellence
Hawthorne Elementary School, a California Distinguished School, was built in 1913, serves grades K-9 and is noted as a public school in California to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of nine out of ten. This school has an average community rating of four out of five stars.
El Rodeo Elementary School, built in 1927 is a California Distinguished School and serves grades K-8 and is one of the few public schools in California to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of nine out of ten. This school has an average community rating of four out of five stars.
Beverly Vista Elementary School, built from 1924 to 1925 serves grades K-8 and is among a select group of public schools in California to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of nine out of ten.
Horace Mann Elementary School, a California Distinguished School, was built in 1913 and serves grades K-8. This school is amid the excellent public schools in California to receive a distinguished Great Schools Rating of nine out of ten.
Moreno High School, serves grades 9-12 and has received a Great Schools Rating of four out of ten.
Beverly Hills High School, a California Distinguished School, was founded in 1927 and located on 19.5 acres and is the only major public high school in Beverly Hills. During the 1999–2000 and 2004–05 school years, Beverly Hills High School was recognized with the Blue Ribbon School of Excellence by the United States Department of Education, the highest award an American school can receive.
Elite Private Schools
Beverly Hills also has several private, independent schools that are not administered by the local, state or national governments. These schools select their students and offer a specialized and focused approach for religious, cultural, educational, athletic and other applications.
Good Shepherd School, is part of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Los Angeles and addresses pre-kindergarten through eighth school. Good Shepherd Catholic School has served the families of Beverly Hills and neighboring communities since 1930.
Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy, was founded in 1948 and began with a handful of students and currently serves approximately 600 students from early childhood through eighth grade.
Emanuel Academy of Beverly Hills, serves 70 preschool and elementary school students for pre-kindergarten through sixth grades.
Page Private School, opening in 1908 has kept pace with the times. But the values and commitment to children that made Page a leader in education for a century do not waver.
Marymount High School was established in 1923 by the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary. Marymount High School shares the tradition of an international network of schools.
University of California at Los Angeles, providing higher education, is located in nearby Westwood. UCLA is one of the world’s great research universities and provides initiatives in the arts, biosciences, international studies and the environment.