About Northridge, CA.
Northridge was originally named Zelzah however, it was later renamed to North Los Angeles to attract more people due to its proximity to Los Angeles and was eventually shortened to Northridge. The demographics for the area are almost half Caucasian Americans and with nearly a third Latino, with the remainder being African and Asian Americans and others. The average income for the area was over sixty-thousand dollars per year. Slightly over half the community are home owners. The area is considered highly diverse.
Northridge boasts excellent education, recreation
Northridge is home to eleven public and eight private schools, as well as California State University Northridge. A popular public school for this area is Northridge Academy High School where students explore career paths in the ninth grade and select an area of focus for the later years. One of the favorite private schools is Highland Hall Waldorf School which caterers to students from nursery to graduation. Their focus is on developing a love of learning and focuses learning with a child's natural development. The Northridge community is also home to California State University, Northridge which has several bachelors degree programs. There is plenty of recreational activities available through the Northridge Recreation Center, Dearborn Park, and Vanaldan Park. The largest is the Recreation Center with lighted courts and fields, children's play grounds, a community room, and much more. Both Dearborn and Vanaldan Park are unstaffed and unlocked parks.
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