Orange County, CA Schools - 'A' List


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Orange County Schools Alphabetical Index

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Orange County "A" Schools

NOTE: The new California Schools section of HomeTownLocator has SUBSTANTIALLY MORE INFORMATION about California schools!

The new California Schools section has:
  1. School address & phone numbers
  2. School attendance zone maps (school boundary maps)
  3. Number of students, teachers, lowest and highest grades taught
  4. Links to school & enrollment characteristics, test scores, & parent reviews

 Additions and/or corrections to the database are encouraged! Simple Add/Edit Procedure.

Displaying 1 to 26 of 26 records
Name USGS Topo Map
A E Arnold Elementary School Los Alamitos
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Newport Beach
Abraham Lincoln Elementary School Anaheim
Acacia Elementary School La Habra
Ada Clegg Elementary School Seal Beach
Adams Elementary School Newport Beach
Adelaide Price Elementary School Anaheim
Adeline C Walker Elementary School Tustin
Agnes L Smith Elementary School Seal Beach
Alamitos Intermediate School Anaheim
Alexander J Stoddard Elementary School Anaheim
Aliso Elementary School Lake Forest
Aliso School Laguna Beach
Amherst School Anaheim
Anaheim High School Anaheim
Anaheim Hills Elementary School Orange
Andersen Elementary School Laguna Beach
Anderson Elementary School Anaheim
Andrew Jackson Elementary School Newport Beach
Anthony Elementary School Newport Beach
Arbolita Elementary School La Habra
Argosy University - Orange County Campus Newport Beach
Arovista Elementary School La Habra
Arroyo Elementary School Orange
Art Institute of Southern California Laguna Beach
Arthur F Corey Elementary School Los Alamitos
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