A Century of Quality Catholic Education
St. John Chrysostom School is a co-educational archdiocesan Catholic elementary school in South Los Angeles, educating more than 275 students, grades kindergarten through eighth. St. John Chrysostom School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Western Catholic Educational Association.
Who We Serve
St. John Chrysostom school’s diverse population pulls largely from the community of Inglewood, with a majority being of African American and Hispanic descent. We are proud that many of the students at our school are the children of our alumni.
Where We Are Located
For local people you can find our school at the intersection of Florence Avenue and Centinela. We are next door to St. Mary’s Academy, across the street from Daniel Freeman Hospital on one side and on the side, Vincent Park.
If you are not local, it is easy to give you the names of a few places within a couple of miles that you might recognize:
- The Forum
- Hollywood Park Race Track
- Los Angeles International Airport
- Centinela Valley Hospital
- Daniel Freeman Hospital
Since 1927, St. John Chrysostom School has been a place of faith, hope and opportunity. Today, that tradition continues with excellent teachers, eager students and families committed to seeing their children succeed.
St. John Chrysostom School staff and faculty are committed to ensuring that students receive a quality education.