Since 1915, Cheremoya has been serving the extended Hollywood community—providing a stable, nurturing environment for students as they begin their academic journey and embark on the pathways of critical thought that will define their future. The Cheremoya Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that works directly with the school to build community and raise funds used to enrich the Cheremoya Avenue Elementary school experience. 



Cheremoya Avenue Elementary

6017 Franklin Ave.

Los Angeles, CA 90028


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MAY 18 - JUNE 4

Cheremoya's 2020 Virtual Student Art Show

Calling all Cheremoya students to participate in Cheremoya’s Virtual Art Show!

Send student art directly to the Cheremoya Foundation or your child’s teacher.

Each Friday, Mr Salva will pick his top three pieces of art to be awarded gold, silver and bronze.

Winning art work will be featured on our Facebook and Instagram accounts and on the Student Gallery page of this website.


We can't wait to see the incredible creativity of the Cheremoya student community! 

MAR 16–JUN 12/

LAUSD Schools Closed

Cheremoya, along with all LAUSD schools, will be closed for the remainder of the school year.

Please visit lausd.net for more information.

Stay well.

Reader's Theater 

First graders performed “Why Mosquitos Buzz in People’s Ears” for their class on March 6. 

Learn more about Reader's Theater on our News & Events page.

Cheremoya Recognized as CA Distinguished School

California has again recognized Cheremoya Avenue Elementary as a school with an outstanding education program and exemplary elementary school practices for 2020. Go Cheremoya!

Author Visits

Cheremoya students got to meet children’s author Julie Fogliano and illustrator Christian Robinson at school last month. Every student (K-2)  got a signed copy of their new book "Just in Case You Want to Fly!"


All Cheremoya students attend an author visit event at the school each year supported by the Cheremoya Foundation’s Advanced Literacy Program and the Punk Rock Marthas and the Hollywood United Neighborhood Council. 🙏

Script to Stage

Our 5th graders learn how to write original stories and see them brought to life, thanks to Young Story Tellers.

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