Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies

The Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies is a public university preparatory secondary school located on 18th Street between La Cienega Boulevard and Fairfax Avenue in the Faircrest Heights district of Los Angeles, California, on the former site of Louis Pasteur Middle School.

LACES serves grades 6 through 12 and is part of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). LACES is a magnet school that enrolls students from the entire district through a weighted lottery process. Students are encouraged to take multiple Advanced Placement Courses, and all students are required to take at least one, AP World History, in 10th grade. 

The school has been named as a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School. LACES is frequently ranked among the top high schools in the nation, according to various measures

Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies provides a challenging environment where all students pursue academic excellence leading to productive lives in a changing world.

LACES offers 26 AP Courses, 96% of the class of 2020 seniors are college bound and it features a 100% graduation rate for the class of 2020.

The Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies is a Public university located in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies was founded in 1977.
The current president of Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies is Kimberly Lesure.

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