High School Spanish Teacher Salaries in Los Angeles, CA Area

46 Salaries

Average Base Pay
$52,461 / yr
13% above national average
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Additional Cash Compensation

Average$2,122
Range$261 - $5,947

How much does a High School Spanish Teacher make in Los Angeles, CA?

The average salary for a High School Spanish Teacher is $52,461 in Los Angeles, CA. Salaries estimates are based on 46 salaries submitted anonymously to Glassdoor by High School Spanish Teacher employees in Los Angeles, CA.

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Recent Salary Reports

Below are the most recent high school spanish teacher salary reports. Employer name has been removed to protect anonymity.

$85,300
per year
A High School Spanish Teacher reported making $85,300 per year
Job Highlights
10+ years experience
Full-time
 
1001 to 5000 employees
Company - Private
$12
hourly
A Spanish Tutor reported making $12 per hour
Job Highlights
1-2 years experience
Intern
 
1001 to 5000 employees
College / University
$22
hourly
A Mandarin Teacher reported making $22 per hour
Job Highlights
1-2 years experience
Part-time
 
51 to 200 employees
Company - Private
$13
hourly
A Spanish Tutor reported making $13 per hour
Job Highlights
Part-time
201 to 500 employees
 
College / University
$31,273
per year
A Spanish Teacher reported making $31,273 per year
Job Highlights
3-4 years experience
Full-time
 
10000+ employees
College / University
$36,317
per year
An Area Teacher reported making $36,317 per year
Additional Pay
$1 cash bonus
Job Highlights
3-4 years experience
Full-time
 
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
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