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If you’re looking for a community with top-rated schools, ample natural beauty, and low crime rates, Calabasas should be at the top of your list.
As part of the Las Virgenes Unified School District, schools in Calabasas have an excellent track record: every school in the city received a ranking of 9/10 or a perfect score according to GreatSchools, from the dual-language immersion program at Sumac Elementary to California Distinguished School Calabasas High. Higher education opportunities are also nearby, as private Pepperdine University and public Los Angeles Pierce College are less than ten miles from the center of Calabasas, among others.
Nature lovers flock to Malibu Creek State Park for hiking, bird watching, fishing, and 15 miles of trails. (If you visit and think it looks familiar, this Calabasas park was the filming site for M*A*S*H and Planet of the Apes, to name a few.) Even Calabasas Commons in the heart of downtown weaves in water features and other natural elements, for shopping and dining options that seem more like visiting the spa than hitting the mall.
Life in Calabasas is, happily, safer than most other cities—not just in California but in the US as a whole. According to Neighborhood Scout, Calabasas has less crime than over two-thirds of the nation, so while you may find yourself needing to drive to take care of most of your errands (Calabasas is considered to be a car-dependent city), you can be relatively sure that if you do head out for a walk or bike ride, your biggest risk is forgetting to bring a water bottle.