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Kenter Canyon Elementary Charter School
645 N Kenter Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Kenter offers strong enrichment to all kids in art, music, science, physical education and computers. With parents asMore partners, the school hopes to foster a learning environment that teaches children how to be safe, respectful, and responsible citizens, as well as thinkers, discoverers and inquirers.



Eyed LA Optometry
12222 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90025
Eyed LA Optometry is an optometrist offering personalized service and frames. It offers exams with a professionalMore optometrist in a relaxed environment, with comlimentary cups of tea for customers. Appointments can be scheduled by phone or online, and the store offers free screenings. 
Brentwood School
100 S Barrington Pl, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Brentwood School, founded in 1972, is an independent K-12 coed day school on Sunset Boulevard.

It seeks toMore "provide challenging, engaging programs in a nurturing learning environment, devoting care and attention to every student. Embracing high standards of character, commitment, and achievement, ...[and]... encourages students to think critically and creatively and to act ethically. "

By graduation, graduates have learned to "think critically, to reason scientifically, to understand the relationship between the global economy and sustainable environments, to attain proficiency in a foreign language (or languages), to recognize how art impacts business, culture, and commerce (and vice versa), to articulate ideas in different forums and through various media, and to become conversant in the cultural and religious beliefs of a number of countries."

Brentwood allocates approximately $3.5 million annually in tuition assistance.

Cafe Luxxe
11975 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Caffe Luxxe is a trendy café located in Brentwood on San Vicente Boulecard. As  one of the fewMore non-chain coffee shops in the neighborhood, Caffe Luxxe's chic environment fits perfectly with the atmosphere of Montana Avenue. It serves the very best quality Italian coffee and espresso, striving for the "bella tazza" with every order.  The café serves a variety of delicious looking Italian and South American desserts and sandwiches, all of which are rotated regularly.

If you don't do coffee, fresh-squeezed and bottled juices are available as well. Caffe Luxxe provides a luxurious coffee experience, with friendly staff and classy environment—a must stop on Montana Avenue. Additionally, it sells its coffes beans by the pound, so you can  take the magic home with you.

Weezie's Walkies
500 N Tigertail Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Weezie's Walkies is a specialized pet care business owned and operated by Chris Franciosa. It offers dog walking andMore in-home pet care for dogs, cats, birds and fish for clients in Brentwood, Marina del Ray, Santa Monica, Pacific Palisades, Venice and limited areas of Beverly Hills, West Los Angeles and Beverlywood. It also provides boarding services at its own facilities, where it's able to host a small number of guests at a time and features a large yard and home-like environment. The company is fully licensed and insured.
Brentwood Presbyterian Church
12000 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Brentwood Presbyterian Church is located near the corner of San Vicente Boulevard and Bundy Drive.

The ChurchMore offers three Sunday services that are free to the public and  also sponsors programs in worship and learning, children and youth and community mission and service.

Brentwood Presbyterian Church strives to offer an open and inclusive Christ-oriented learning environment and provide positive community outreach and is committed to embracing all people on their spiritual journeys.

Vincenti Restaurant
11930 San Vicente Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049
Vincenti Restaurant has been serving Brentwood residents fine Italian cuisine for over five years. Owner, MaureenMore Vincenti, has created a very intimate environment for patrons and is on hand most nights to greet guests at the door. Part of the dining experience includes watching master chef, Nicola Mastronardi, run the kitchen through a large window in the middle of the dining room. There is a large selection of wine, and the waitstaff is very knowledgeable and eager to help pair the best wine available to your meal. Valet parking is offered, and there is also a paid parking garage behind the restaurant. 
Archer School for Girls
11725 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Maybe you didn't notice when it stopped being the Eastern Star Home for Women -- that 1931 Spanish Revival casaMore grande on Sunset that was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1989.

That's OK.  It looks exactly the same, but the beautiful structure now houses the Archer School for Girls, started in 1995 by three mothers who couldn't find a school they liked for their daughters.

This all-girl institution "provides more than a traditional, girl-centric learning environment. [It]... equally prepares young women for leadership in our ever-emerging global world."

Offering grades six through 12 and enrolling around 450 students, 31% are "students of color." Students come from 138 elementary and secondary schools and from 71 Los Angeles zip codes. Over $2.5 million in tuition assistance is awarded annually.

True to  founders' vision, Archer says it remains "intentional in its practice of teaching girls the way they learn best."

Crestwood Hills Cooperative Nursery School
986 Hanley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90049

Crestwood—part of a statewide group of cooperative nursery schools—believes a child's "work" at this ageMore is play. 

"Children are the architects of their own education; given a rich environment of possibilities and a minimum of adult intervention, children will learn to make choices, resolve conflicts, and solve problems," according to the school's mission statement.

Since the school is a co-op, each family is required to work at the school a minimum of two times per month per child and if necessary two workdays (per child). The school is a living legacy of  a post-WWII push for cooperative housing in Los Angeles, led by the Mutual Housing Association, which built Crestwood Hills. It's also a perfectly up-to-date exemplar of how community and parental involvement can make an ordinary school extraordinary. Located high up near unspoiled Crestwood Hills Park, it's an idyllic place for kids to learn and grow.