The Wiseburn Unified School District is a small (tuition-free) public school system in the El Segundo/west Hawthorne area that serves the Wiseburn communities of Del Aire, Hollyglen, and Wiseburn. Wiseburn Unified School District also serves the children of employees from the surrounding aerospace, technology, travel, and entertainment industries, as well as families from the Westchester, Playa del Rey, Playa Vista, Mar Vista, and Ladera Heights area on an interdistrict permit transfer.
The Wiseburn Unified School District has entered into a creative partnership with the Da Vinci Charter Schools which have been authorized by Wiseburn since 2009. These independent charter schools were locally created to provide a high school option for Wiseburn students and have already been recognized as a national model for 21st Century Learning. In this unique partnership, the three charter high schools, Da Vinci Communications, Da Vinci Design, and Da Vinci Science serve as the high schools for Wiseburn Unified School District. The Da Vinci Schools and Wiseburn have leveraged this partnership to finance and build the Wiseburn High School facility that will house all three high schools. In addition, the K-8 Charter Da Vinci Innovation Academy provides an independent study home-school hybrid option for families. The partnership between Wiseburn and Da Vinci can serve as a model for district and charter school cooperation for the benefit of students.
A jewel among California's public schools, Wiseburn Unified School District provides an unparalleled level of instruction in a small, nurturing environment that results in academic achievement and better prepared students. Give your children the opportunity for a rich future through a solid educational beginning.
A 21st century education - We are a public charter school network serving close to 2,100 students from 80+ zip codes in four high schools, a K-8 home school-hybrid model, and a college completion support program. Da Vinci Schools’ college and career-ready model puts real-world, project-based learning aligned to workforce needs at the center of a collaborative learning environment. Industry and higher education partners play a vital role by defining the knowledge and skills sets students need to know for college and 21st century jobs.
We do things differently - Learning is different at Da Vinci Schools. It’s up close. Personal. Hands-on. Our goal is to graduate students who are college-ready, career-prepared, and community-minded.
Juan Cabrillo Elementary, where we grow and learn together.
Juan Cabrillo Elementary School was founded in 1949. It is one of the four elementary schools in the Wiseburn School District in the city of Hawthorne, California. After almost sixty years of service, the original structure of Juan Cabrillo Elementary was demolished in July of 2007 in order to make way for the district’s newest and most technologically advanced school. The new facilities opened in January of 2009.
Cabrillo is one of 390 exemplary California public elementary schools (re)named a 2012 California Distinguished School!
Richar Henry Dana Middle School is Wiseburn Commuinity Middle School. Dana is a califoria distinguished school and host a variety of events through the school year. Dana Middle School strives to prepare pre-teens for the academic rigors of high school and beyond. Dana has a variety of sports, engineering and tech programs available to all students.
We, at Anza, believe that everyone is someone special. We provide a safe, supportive, and enriching environment where our students can develop a positive self-image, achieve academic excellence, and become responsible citizens
Juan de Anza Elementary School was opened by the Wiseburn School District on October 31, 1946. This school was the second school built by the district and began with eight classrooms and one kindergarten room. Over the years, the school grew along with the Del Aire neighborhood, with classrooms being added to the nine-acre campus. In 1997 and 2000, Wiseburn voters approved two local school construction bonds with plans to completely rebuild our schools. The School Board designated Anza to be the first new construction project in the district, which broke ground in June 2000. The new campus was opened to students in June 2002. During this time the academic performance of Anza students continued to flourish; the state of California recognized Juan de Anza as a Distinguished School in 2000 and again in 2004. Our staff, students, and community look forward to continued success in the future on our beautiful new campus.
Welcome to Peter Burnett Elementary School
Burnett is a place where students, staff, and community members engage collaboratively in equal learning opportunities, reflecting a well-rounded curriculum, positive values, and a problem solving mindset, which results in personal best, school spirit, and a firm foundation for life-long learning.