School of firsts
First in Los Angeles
Magnolia Schools entered 16 science projects into the 55th Los Angeles County Science Fair in 2005, which was more than 10% of the total projects (142) from the Los Angeles Unified School District. In the end, Magnolia students brought home two gold medals, one silver and three honorable mentions.
First in California
In 2004, Magnolia students participated in the American Computer Science League - the only computer programming contest for middle school students in the United States - and took home honors as regional winner.
First in Charter School History
Zarathustra Brady was one of only six students on the gold medal winning U.S. National Team to represent the United States at the 2006 International Mathematical Olympiad and was the first student ever to represent a charter school at the competition.
California High School
Exit Exam Success
Magnolia Public Schools provides a college preparatory educational program emphasizing Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) in a safe environment that cultivates respect for self and others.
10 Campuses throughout
Magnolia by the numbers
Progressive STEAM Education ModelLearn More
Students have the freedom to choose how and what they learn. Individualized scheduling, early identification of learning styles, personalities, interest, and career plans support students’ college and career readiness. Students experience hands-on learning through robotics, computer science, and arts to promote imagination, creativity, and invention.
School communities are integrated partnerships among the school site staff, families, students, and all other stakeholders. Connection creates a safe place for all learners and stakeholders to affirm individual strengths, celebrate character, provide academic support through mentorship and internships, promote unity and better decision making through the implementation of restorative justice practices.
Academic Excellence is the desire to pursue knowledge and excellence and to contribute original and provocative ideas in a learning environment, in diverse settings, and as a catalyst to future academic knowledge. We foster academic excellence through project-based learning using a constructivist approach, student portfolios, assessments of and for learning and academic discourse and argumentative writing.
All Means All
We align our instructional programs to help ALL students access a rigorous STEAM-based, college preparatory program with specific, embedded support for English Language Learners (ELL), Students with Disabilities (SWD) and students below grade level.Learn More
Featuring MSA-2 and MSA-7 parents
Magnolia Science Academy-7, a public independent charter elementary school in Northridge, welcomed back students on Mond...