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Foothill Athletic Club
3931 Lowell Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214
The Foothill Athletic Club is an athletic complex with free weights, a pool, cardio machines such as treadmills andMore ellipticals, racquetball courts and more.  It also offers massage services and child care.  The interior is large and bright, with jacuzzis and saunas on hand for those looking to loosen their muscles and relax.  It offers step classes and pilates.  Free parking is available for members.  Specials are occasionally offered on the club's website.
Holy Redeemer School
2411 Montrose Ave, Montrose, CA 91020

Holy Redeemer Middle School is the sister school of St. James the Less School. After children complete elementaryMore school at St. James, they can continue on to Holy Redeemer for fifth through eighth grade. The schools share a principal and a pastor.

Holy Redeemer is of Roman Catholic orientation and located behind Holy Redeemer Catholic Church. Christian values are integrated into the academic curriculum.

Athletic teams are affiliated with the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO).

Clark Magnet High School
4747 New York Ave, La Crescenta, CA 91214

Clark Magnet High School specializes in technology and science. To apply, students must be in the eighth grade,More enrolled in a Glendale Unified School District (GUSD) school or live within the GUSD boundaries and meet certain academic requirements. Acceptance is gained via lottery.

Clark Magnet has been recognized as a California Distinguished School and is a National Blue Ribbon School. The school has also received the California Exemplary Career Technical Education Program Award.

The school was founded in 1998 using the building that used to be Anderson W. Clark Junior High School. About $15 million in funds were used to renovate and update the building, which had gone unused since the junior high closed in 1983.

Clark Magnet does not offer athletics. However, students are able to participate in athletic programs at the three other high schools in the GUSD-Crescenta Valley High School, Hoover High School and Glendale High School.

Students do not wear uniforms, but they are expected to adhere to a dress code. The dress code consists of solid color polo or Oxford-style shirts, solid color cotton slacks or shorts, and solid color skirts, skorts or dresses for girls. Prints, tank tops, denim and sandals are not permitted.

During the 2008-2009 school year, CMHS students had an above average academic performance on California Standards Tests when compared to all of the high school students in California. About 81% of students performed proficiently or higher in English and Language Arts, 36% of students performed proficiently or higher in Geometry, 78% of students performed proficiently or higher in U.S. History, 64% of students performed proficiently or higher in Biology, and 75% of tenth grade students performed proficiently or higher in Life Science.

In 2008, 64% of graduates met the the guidelines for admission into the University of California or California State University school systems.

The average class size ranges from 27 to 31 students, and the teachers here have an average of 19 years of classroom experience.