Magnet Teachers

Ott, Kristin
Williams, Sonya
Wilton, Amber


What are Magnet Programs?

Magnet Programs are Court-ordered voluntary integration opportunities available to students in grades K-12, living within the LAUSD boundaries. Currently, there are 173 Magnet Programs located throughout the District. All District students, including English Learners, Special Education and Gifted/Talented are encouraged to apply. 

District-Paid transportation may be provided for ELEMENTARY (K-5) applicants if they reside outside a two-mile radius or outside the Magnet School attendance boundary, whichever is further.

The eligibility distance for SECONDARY students (grades 6-12) has been extended to five miles. SECONDARY students may be provided with transportation if they reside outside a five-mile radius or outside the school attendance boundary, whichever is further. 

The Magnet Program is administered by Student Integration Services.  For more information visit the Magnet Program Home.



107th's Program Information

Program Description: Math/Science/Technology Magnets afford students many opportunities to use technology to enhance the learning process in all subject areas. These programs are geared to the student interest in mathematics, science, and computer technology. 
Grades: 3-5 
Address: 147 E 107TH ST, LOS ANGELES, CA 90003
Phone: (323) 756-8137
Program Capacity: 70
Applications 2012-2013: 47
Openings 2013-2014: 32
Success Secret: Students have opportunities to experience learning that takes them far beyond the traditional experience.They are challenged to excel in math and science integrated with technology.
Track: Single Track

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