NEMNET - View Employer Profile

Episcopal School of Los Angeles, The
6325 Santa Monica Boulevard    
Los Angeles, California  90038  
Private/Independent School
Coed Day 6 12 211 students


To View you must be a registered member of Nemnet. Register Here
Employer Website:
View Other Jobs from this Employer
Employer Description

Our brief history:

Opening with 26 students, ESLA’s enrollment has grown to 210 with a goal of over 300 within the next five years. The school received a 7-year term of accreditation from WASC and CAIS in 2018, following intensive work in curriculum development, student life, and other programming. The Visiting Committee report described ESLA as “a strongly mission-aligned school [with] a  faculty and staff imbued with well-deserved pride.” A new era begins in January 2020, when the school moves back into its refurbished permanent buildings.

Who we are:

Founded in 2012, ESLA is an independent, college-preparatory day school serving grades six through twelve. Our core virtues are Generosity, Integrity, Curiosity, and Courage. Nearly half of our students’ tuition expense is made possible through donor-funded scholarships. This generosity and philosophy allow the school to recruit and enroll the brightest, most dedicated students from all walks of life. Now in our eighth year, we are growing a community that reflects the vibrant diversity of Los Angeles. ESLA is committed to diversity in its culture, curriculum, and program. Believing that an equitable, inclusive community is essential to learning, ESLA actively seeks families, faculty, and staff who bring a range of experiences to the school. ESLA embraces and respects differences in age, ethnicity, gender, learning style, physical ability, race, religion, sexual orientation, and socioeconomic class. Expecting and requiring respect for others are hallmarks of our educational process. Our model is founded upon the belief that the best educational tool for any young person is the collaboration and camaraderie of peers from different backgrounds—peers who have stories and perspectives to share, the stuff of life that simply cannot be gleaned from a textbook. For further information about the school, go to
Diversity Mission Statement