Marquez Elementary Charter School provides a free, nonsectarian, public education for students in Transitional Kindergarten through Grade 5.
We serve an urban, multicultural, multiethnic student body without regard for ethnicity, sex, age, national origin, or disability.
The school’s educational program serves students of all abilities ranging from those who require remedial attention to gifted and highly gifted children.
How to Apply
Check Your Zone
As a neighborhood school, the first priority in admission is given to students who live in its attendance area in the Pacific Palisades community of Los Angeles.
To find out if you are in our attendance area for enrollment, please go to lausd.net, click on Find a School, and then go to Resident School Identifier.
Non-residents may apply through our charter lottery process. Applications are generally available the beginning of February. Please call the office for details at (310) 454 - 4019.
Pick Up Registration Packet
Please stop by our school office to pick up your packet and bring:
Proof of Residence
Escrow papers, lease agreement, official government mail or utility bill (only gas, water or electric bills acceptable). Phone bills will not be accepted. You must bring the original document to the office to be copied.
Valid Parent ID
Submit Your Registration Packet
Return your completed packet to our school office along with:
Proof of Child’s Age
Birth Certificate (not Hospital Certificate) or Passport . You must bring the original document to the office to be copied
Verification of Immunizations
A health card or printout stamped by the medical office or clinic administering the vaccines or in the form of a letter on the doctor’s or clinic’s letterhead. Follow this link for LAUSD’s immunization policy.
Students Admitted at Ages 4-6 (including transitional kindergarten):
Polio (OPV or IPV)—4 doses (3 doses OK if one was given on or after 4th birthday)
Hepatitis B—3 doses
Varicella (Chickenpox)—1 dose
Students Admitted at Ages 7-17:
Polio (OPV or IPV)—4 doses (3 doses OK if one was given on or after 2nd birthday)
Varicella (Chickenpox) (Admission at ages 7-12 years need 1 dose; ages 13-17 years need 2 doses)
How To Visit
Prospective Parent Tours take place in the Fall and Spring, featuring a presentation about the kindergarten program, a brief overview of all our programs, introduction to our supporting organizations, tour of the school, and a question and answer session with refreshments at the end. Younger children and prospective children are welcome to accompany you.
Contact the office for tour dates and to RSVP: 310-454-4019
TK – G5
Soon after the start of the school year, your child’s teacher will provide you with an overview of the coming year at Back to School Night. We recommend that these are attended each year even if you are a long time parent at the school, as things do change
TK and Kindergarten
A special welcome gathering for parents of joining TK and kindergarten children is held just before school starts, usually the day before. The children are invited to attend too.