Lee Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence as well as a California Distinguished School. With a…More recent score of 938 in California's Academic Performance Index, Lee Elementary ranks among the top 25 of Orange County's elementary schools.
With Leo the Leopard as the school's mascot, the students at Lee have a school pledge calling upon students to consider each day as a fresh and new opportunity to act and think responsibly.
Under Principal Andrew Pulver, the school serves about 628 students with about 27 teachers. Teachers at within the Los Alamitos Unified School District earn considerably more than the statewide average salary for teachers, and Lee's student scores on standardized tests are routinely much higher than California's averages. The school offers programs for gifted students, music and art, character development and after-school.