66 out of 10GreatSchools

Eshelman Avenue Elementary School

Lomita, CA
  • Public
  • |
  • Grades K-5
  • |
  • Enrollment: 517


Eshelman Avenue Elementary School
25902 Eshelman Avenue
Lomita, CA 90717
(310) 326-1576
Eshelman Avenue Elementary School is located in Lomita, CA and serves grades K-5.It received a GreatSchool rating of 6 out of 10
This information is deemed reliable but not guaranteed.

Student Diversity



Native American
Pacific Islander

Reviews8 Reviews

My three kids have been lucky enough to have such great teachers. Everyone has been really friendly and helpful. Our teachers have shown us that they care about our kids education and address our concerns if any. We are also really excited about our new principal Ms. Gomez my kids love her.
my kids have been attending this school since they started pre-k. Teachers and staff have been really friendly and helpful when needed.
My child is a student here and for the past three years I've been extremely happy with all his teachers and the administration. His teachers have always been professional and caring. The principal has been nothing but supportive. This is a wonderful school. I'm disappointed to read such horrible reviews. To the neighbors who have renamed it "ghetto school": Why don't you attend a School Leadership Council Meeting and express your concerns? Everyone is welcome and if you're that miserable MOVE! There's plenty of other homes available in Lomita!!
Loud, Loud, Loud, uncouth. We neighbors of this mess have nicknamed it "ghetto elementary". Between the obnoxious double and triple parking, and the proclivity for parent to honk incessantly (as if a kid can't figure out by day 2 that the same parent in the same car at the same time is picking them up-duh), and the diaper throwing it's a nightmare. We have trash cans people, and we use OUR OWN driveways to come and go from our respective homes. Parents block driveways and leave litter everywhere. The school has good crossing guards, but their noise level offends daily. When it's not horns, its bullhorns and announcements. The entire neighborhood does NOT need to hear every announcement. I ran the PA system in High school, and I KNOW you can flick ONE SWITCH and only broadcast INSIDE the school. I am sorry to hear about the bullying issues and unsanitary diaper issues. It gives one the impression quickly these students will be the future incarcerated.
Showing 4 of 8 Reviews