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Raised to the power of Mirman

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Conditional Use Permit (CUP) Project

For more than 50 years, Mirman School has provided an exceptional educational experience for highly gifted students aged 5 through 14. In order to maintain the continuity of its mission, and building on a successful campus expansion, the school's leadership are beginning to envision what Mirman's next iteration might look like.

In order to provide the most contemporary learning spaces serving the school’s unique learners, Mirman is seeking a conditional use permit (CUP) for a campus improvement and expansion project that may include improvements to portions of existing facilities and the construction of a new academic building on the school's existing 5.5 acre footprint on Mulholland Drive.

Project Facts

The CUP application is for the following proposed projects:

  • Renovation of several existing elementary and middle school classrooms, library, and other instructional spaces
  • Construction of an approximately 13,200 square foot two-level academic building with new classrooms and instructional spaces

Conceptual Renderings of Potential Plans

FAQs

What is Mirman School proposing?
In order to provide the most contemporary learning spaces serving the school’s unique learners, Mirman is seeking a conditional use permit (CUP) for a campus improvement and expansion project that may include improvements to portions of existing facilities and the construction of a new academic building on the school's existing 5.5 acre footprint on Mulholland Drive.

What is a conditional use permit (CUP) and why does Mirman need one?
A CUP is a city required approval to allow a proposed use within a specific zoning designation. In order to allow for the proposed campus improvements, Mirman is seeking approval of a new cup that will consolidate all existing.

What is Mirman’s current enrollment? What will the enrollment be in the future?
The proposed CUP will increase the allowed enrollment from 330 students to a maximum of 430 students in grades K-8.

Will the school work with neighbors to ensure that the surrounding community is not negatively impacted?
Mirman School has been a proud member of the educational community and the Mulholland Drive neighborhood for more than 5 decades, and places tremendous value on the relationships and collaborations nurtured over the years. The school intends to honor these connections in the course of discussing the proposed project, and to work together with area stakeholders to achieve the best outcome for the community and for students.

What is the estimated schedule for construction? How long will construction take?
This depends on various circumstances including time to obtain entitlements, fundraising and review and approval of project building plans. For current planning purposes, we are projecting a completion date of 2022.

Contact Us

We invite your support for Mirman School's CUP Project by filling out and submitting the following form. Mirman School intends to share the information you provide with the City of Los Angeles City Council Office, District 11, to demonstrate support for the project. You will also receive updates from Mirman about its CUP Project. We will not use your information for any other purpose or to further disseminate that information beyond this specific purpose. Please view Mirman School's Privacy Policy here. You may also contact us by phone at 310-775-8405 or by email at [email protected]

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