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Mid-City has about 30 public schools and 20 private schools that its residents can attend. The majority of the public schools are elementary schools -- one of the main concerns is that only a few of them scored above a 7/10 on California’s Academic Performance Index (API). The middle schools didn’t fare much better, although it should be noted that there are charter schools and public academies in Mid-Cown that perform much better than normal public schools. The Alexander Hamilton Senior High is the area’s highest-scoring school (6/10 API), unless you want to count the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (grades 6-12, 10/10 API). Private schools in Mid-City aren’t graded on the API school, but I have heard great things about them -- they’re definitely worth checking out.



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Mid-City is very split ethnically, making it a culturally rich area. The most common ethnicity is Hispanic, which accounts for almost one out of every two residents in Mid-City (48%). Blacks and Whites are almost the same, at 28% and 27% respectively. There’s also a sizable Asian population, as 12% of residents claim this heritage. Despite being so varied in its ethnicities, certain areas of Mid-City are dominated by one race. For example, Lafayette Square is known for its large wealthy African-American population. You should keep this in mind when you’re weighing the factors of certain areas of the neighborhood.


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thumbnail 1 Bed $1,100 1925 W 20Th Street, Los Angeles, CA September 1st
thumbnail 1 - 2 Bed $1,815 - $2,890 3150 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA September 1st
2 Bed $1,295 3716-3718 W Pico Boulevard -, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
thumbnail 0 Bed $850 1041 3/4 S Norton Avenue, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,975 1269 S Citrus Avenue, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,195 1139 Irolo Street, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
thumbnail 2 Bed $1,239 1814 Ridgeley Drive, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
3 Bed $2,999 1718 Hauser Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
2 Bed $1,440 1736 Lane Brea, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
thumbnail 1 Bed $1,156 3807 Montclair Street, Los Angeles, CA August 31st
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Name Bedrooms Price Range
Three $2,050
Studio - Two $1,875 - $2,859
Studio - One $775 - $925
Studio $675
Two - Three $1,875 - $2,575
Studio - Two $1,485 - $2,105
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