Magnets offer theme-based instructional opportunities to all Los Angeles Unified students in grades K-12. Students are randomly accepted into Magnet programs, based on a priority points system. The number of students selected is based on the number of available spaces at a particular school. There are currently 191 magnet programs. Some are located within a traditional campus, while others are stand-alone sites.
Elementary (Traditional campus)
High (Traditional campus)
Educational Options Schools are designed to address the needs of at-risk students by helping them acquire academic, social and occupational skills so that each student may contribute to and benefit from society. There are two types of Options schools in Board District 3:
Continuation High Schools: Small campuses with low student-to-teacher ratio offer instruction to students ages 16-18 who are considered to be at risk of dropping out.Community Day Schools: Small schools providing interim educational opportunities for youngsters in grades K-12 who have been expelled, are at high risk, or have been referred by probation, or a School Attendance Review Board.