This school has a great staff that cares deeply about the future success of all students. Students can learn the skills necessary to compete and thrive in a 21st Century global economy.
Sun Valley Engineering And Technology Magnet is a public middle school in Los Angeles. The principal of Sun Valley Engineering And Technology Magnet is Roberto Lee and can be contacted at email@example.com. 1,203 children attend Sun Valley Engineering And Technology Magnet and identify mostly as Hispanic; Black, non-Hispanic; and White, non-Hispanic. 29% of the Sun Valley Engineering And Technology Magnet students have "limited English proficiency." 93% of the 1,203 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Sun Valley Engineering And Technology Magnet is 16:1. Our Lady Of The Holy Rosary is one of the nearest middle schools.
- Computer arts
- Drawing painting
- Theater drama
- Video film production
- P.E. classes
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|Students eligible for free or reduced-price lunch program||93%||75%|
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This school sucked way back in 1969 when I went there the V.P. was a real jerk
I AM A STUDENT FROM 1998 I LOVE THIS SCHOOL THEY WERE SUCH A BIG SUPPORT I NEVER HAD A PROBLEM AT THIS SCHOOL ALL THE PROGRAMS THEY HAD AND SPECIALLY THE SPECIAL ED POGRAM WAS A BIG INSPIRATION FOR ME TO BECOME A TEACHE LIKE MS.MULLIN SHE WAS THERE BACK IN THE 1998
S.V.M.S is a good school& I love that school I have been at S.V.MS for at least 3 years and from what I have seen the teachers&staff are great they help us with our problems and they are very nice and awesome and the principal is very very nice S.V.M .S is a great good we are trying to make better this year!
I luv dis school the teachers are all kind and they tutor you
im a student from this school and i enjoy this school i have excellent grades =]
I am a 2005 alumni. From what I've seen the school has gone down since the previous principal Jeff Davis left. The fence is atrocious and what's this I hear about police? Anyways it may not be certified as such but this school has great teachers most are friendly. The art teachers are especially great they're always looking for something new to teach!
The school may be had alot of problems but I always work with the school to make changes and like a parent I think is my responsibility work with the school. And guide my kids. My daughter is gifted she was there in 2004 an she is a magnet student now un j.F. Polytechnic she is in magnet an she was prepared for that in s.V.M.S. The opinion is depend of the kids behavior.Always I tink is the kid no the school.
This school is very bad!!!! principal will not pay attention to the parents as well ......Very unprofessional staff in the offices ...
This school is bad their lots of fights and there a lot of gang boy asking kids in what gang are they in y do u think they have police and a big iron fence and I moved my son to byrd because their lest fights and other things
Unfortunately this school does its best to do their job. Resources are limited. The key to the success at this particular school is parent involvement for sure.
Overall Sun Valley Middle School has a lot of hardworking and caring individuals.
Love sun valley. I'm not a parent. I was in this school this year and I was the salutorian loved being here and miss this school looking fwd to have the same kind of high school in future...Loved my friends and my teachers specially miss.Moorhus.
Great school. Good english program.
My son goes to this school I don't really like the fact that he hardly ever has homework because he has time to do it in class that means he's not being taught during class he's only being kept busy. I don't like that but I like the fact that they have to wear uniforms that shows dicipline and I do feel is a safe school. My son has good grades but he is not being challenged enough at least not in all his classes.
Principal is nice and very professional. Teachers are great(most of them). Students need to appreciate more.