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Paul Revere Charter Middle School

Paul Revere Charter Middle School and Math, Science, and Technology Magnet Center
Established 1955
Type Public
Principal Fern Somoza
Grades 6-8 (7-9 before 1994)
Location Brentwood, Los Angeles, California, USA
Colors Green & White
Mascot Revere Riders
Yearbook Paul Revere Patriot
Newspaper 'Town Crier'

Paul Revere Middle School is a LAUSD-affiliated, co-educational public charter school located in Los Angeles, California with approximately 2,100 students enrolled in grades 6 through 8.

Revere serves Woodland Hills Academy.

Paul Revere's students attend, after graduation, Palisades Charter High School and University High School; some areas are jointly zoned to Palisades and Taft High School.

Founded in 1955, Paul Revere Middle School has been host to the Los Angeles Symphony Orchestra on more than one occasion for the auditorium acoustics.

Judd Apatow's 2012 comedy This is 40 includes a number of scenes filmed at Revere, for which the production paid about $60,000 in filming fees.[1]


Revere first opened as Palisades-Brentwood Junior High School on September 12, 1955; but during its first year of operation the name Paul Revere Junior High School was chosen.[2] In 1991 the school was reconfigured from grades 7 through 9 to grades 6 through 8, and the name changed to Paul Revere Middle School.[3] The school received a magnet program in 1993 and became an internal charter in 1994.


External links

Greater Los Angeles portal
Schools portal
  • Paul Revere Charter Middle School Website

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