South Robertson (also Pico-Robertson) is a Los Angeles neighborhood south of Beverly Hills. The commercial district along Robertson is sometimes called SoRo Village.. It is served by zip codes 90034 and 90035, and a local neighborhood council. It is generally bordered by Whitworth Drive on the north, Sawyer Street on the south, La Cienega Boulevard on the east, and Hillcrest Country Club on the west.
Part of the Los Angeles Unified School District, the neighborhood is served by Canfield, Crescent Heights, Shenandoah, and Castle Heights elementary schools and Emerson Middle School. The high school for the South Robertson neighborhood is Hamilton High School. The magnet school Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies (LACES) is in the nearby Faircrest Heights neighborhood.
 Jewish Community
According to Los Angeles’ Jewish Deaf Community Center, “The Jewish community in the Pico/Robertson area is a very close-knit community.” 
The neighborhood features at least ten strictly kosher restaurants, including delis, [[Chinese, Italian and Mexican restaurants, a donut shop, a frozen yogurt shop, bakeries, and butchers. The community features the Los Angeles Mikvah and several Jewish day schools and Yeshivas. The Chabad community operates two schools, Bais Chaya Mushka and Bais Chana, both of which are on Pico Boulevard. Yeshiva University High School has campuses on both South Robertson Boulevard and West Pico Boulevard, in the heart of the Pico-Robertson Jewish community.
The community overall has a wide variety of Jewish denominational groups. In recent years, the Orthodox community has especially grown. This is evident in the growth of the Hasidic community. According to Chabad , the Hasidic movement has seven centers in the immediate Pico-Robertson area, including the two high schools, four synagogues, and a community center. The Orthodox Union reports that there are nine Orthodox synagogues in the area.