Schools in Belmont Heights
- Fremont Elementary School (K-5)- “Their close knit community is the secret to its success.”
Longfellow Elementary School (K-5)- “Amazing teachers who lovingly care for their students.”
Franklin Classical Middle School (6-8)- “Everyone here is looking for a common goal-- the students.”
- Woodrow Wilson Classical High School (9-12)- “Strong traditions of both academic and athletic excellence.”
Shopping and Dining in Belmont Heights
Restauration- “Modern eatery serving New American cuisine with a local, seasonal focus-- plus crafts, drafts, and wine.”
The Attic- “Creative Southern eatery plating an all-day menu in a circa 1920’s era bungalow.”
- Claire’s at the Museum- “Restaurant on the beautifully landscaped campus at the Long Beach Museum of Art”
History of Belmont Heights
There are 125 homes in pristine and unaltered condition from the early 1900’s.
Belmont Heights was incorporated as its own city for one year until it was annexed by Long Beach in 1909.
- Before 1909, Long Beach was a dry town and residents would purchase alcohol from Belmont Heights’ taverns.