El Camino Real Charter Public School

El Camino Real Charter Public School is a high school under program of 4 academic years independent in West San Fernando village, serving Woodland Hills communities, West Hills and Canoga Park.


As former members of the Los Angeles Unified Public School, El Camino was separated later and became an independent public school in 2011. The school provides many educational programs with extracurricular courses quality and interesting for students.

International students will always be welcome in the arms warm, wide and getting involved in the fascinating art programs. In addition, students will be encouraged to acquire knowledge of the best education.
Living Environment
Woodland Hills City located along the Pacific Coast highway and in the north of downtown Los Angeles. Students can come to Santa Monica or Venice Beaches and downtown Los Angeles by car within 40 minutes. Woodland Hills City has 3 main parks with outdoor sports and the beautiful race tracks and challenging. Also, places like Southern California Beaches, National Parks and Museums that are very close to the city and easy to visit.
The weather of this region is warmest in August and coolest in December time of the year. In February, it is often heavy rain. There are times are recorded warmest temperature to 47 degrees Celsius in 1985 and coolest temperature to -8 degrees Celsius in 1989.
Studying Costs
Cost of academic year in 2015 to 2016 is 26.450 USD per year including tuition, accommodation, care and guardianship but not including insurance.
Extracurricular activities
Public schools have more than 50 clubs and extracurricular programs as California Scholarship Federation, Humanitas Program and Academic Decathlon.

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