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Five school districts serve La Palma: Fullerton, Anaheim, Centralia, Cypress and Buena Park. Though the resulting effect on La Palma can be confusing, the city’s planners maintain positions of influence in those districts to ensure La Palma’s students receive the best education possible.

Most of the city’s students attend one of five schools within the city limits. John F. Kennedy High has more than 2,000 students, while Walker Junior High, Steve Luther Elementary, George B. Miller Elementary and Los Coyotes Elementary are each conveniently located and offer a first-rate education. Additionally, many private and parochial schools operate throughout Orange County, including La Palma Christian School.

Those seeking higher education opportunities are in one of the finest academic atmospheres on the planet. The University of California-Los Angeles and the University of Southern California are within a short drive and have established reputations around the globe as world-class institutions. Cypress College, Biola University, Cerritos College, Long Beach City College, Bethesda Christian University, Cal State-Long Beach, Fullerton College and Cal State Fullerton are among the other colleges and universities near La Palma with excellent degree programs.

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