Alamo Elementary School 100 Wilson Rd, Alamo, CA94507 Alamo Elementary School is one of San Ramon Valley Unified School District's original schools. Since it was established…More 25 years ago, it has transformed from a rural school into a suburban school. The school currently enrolls 320 students and holds 19 classrooms and includes a computer lab, science lab, instrumental and vocal instruction, art instruction, an MPR and library.
Rancho Romero Elementary School 180 Hemme Ave, Alamo, CA94507 Rancho Romero Elementary School was established in 1959 and has grown from a 12-classroom school with a small teachers'…More room/office to a school with 25 self-contained classrooms and 556 students. It was one of four elementary schools to be selected as a 1998 California Distinguished School by the California Department of Education. Rancho Romero offers a number of parent-child activities, special programs, and groups and organizations.
Stratford School is an independent private school that educates local preschool, elementary and middle school…More students. The school provides an accelerated curriculum, extended care, summer programs, individual attention, a lunch program and a range of music and art activities.</p>
<p>The Danville campus, founded in 1999, is the Stratford School's original facility. Currently, the school has 11 additional locations throughout California. Prospective students and parents can visit the website or call the school to arrange a free tour of the campus.</p>
Set against the nearby mountains at the end of a quiet residential area, the Community Presbyterian Church offers…More worship services, Sunday school, and a range of ministries and classes. The church has two adjoining schools on the property: a preschool and the San Ramon Valley Christian Academy.</p>
<p>View the church's statement of faith at: <a href="http://www.cpcdanville.org/NewToCPC/stmt_of_fa.htm">http://www.cpcdanville.org/NewToCPC/stmt_of_fa.htm</a></p>
Monte Vista High School 3131 Stone Valley Rd, Danville, CA94526 Monte Vista High School is a National Blue Ribbon school. It is fully WASC-accredited and serves grades 9-12.…More Current enrollment is more than 2000 students. The school is located in the Town of Danville, in the San Ramon Valley, approximately 35 miles east of San Francisco.
Montair Elementary School 300 Quinterra Ln, Danville, CA94526 Montair Elementary School is located in the heart of Danville on the west side of Interstate 680. The school serves…More grades K-5 in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. The school was established in 1958. It is among the few public elementary schools in California to receive a distinguished GreatSchools Rating of 10 out of 10. The current principle is Matt Hermann.
Los Cerros Middle School 968 Blemer Rd, Danville, CA94526 Los Cerros Middle School, located in Danville, California, serves grades 6-8 in the San Ramon Valley Unified School…More District. Los Cerros was named as a National Blue Ribbon School in the year 2000. The school was established in 1966. Current enrollment is approximately 626 students and the principal is Phylis Roach.
Creekside Elementary School Charbray St & Massara St, Danville, CA94506 Creekside Elementary School is one of San Ramon Valley Unified School District's newest elementary schools.…More They are located in the Alamo Creek neighborhood in Danville and opened to students in August 2009 with approximately 450 students. The school serves grades K-5, with the capacity of 720 students.
Charlotte Wood Middle School 600 El Capitan Dr, Danville, CA94526 Charlotte Wood Middle School is located near central downtown Danville, California, east of Interstate 680. The school…More mascot is The Chargers and the school colors are green and white. CWMS was built in 1950 and relocated and remodeled in 1991.
Etude School of Music 306 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA94526 Located on Diablo Road in Danville, the Etude School of Music offers voice coaching and piano instruction. The school…More has been in business since 1981, and continues to offer private lessons by appointment.
Alamo Country School 1261 Laverock Ln, Alamo, CA94507 Alamo Country School offers learning programs for children ages 2-6. The school's programs help each child develop and…More enhance self-esteem and values through quality programs with a loving staff in a country environment. The program and facilities provide a natural environment for learning through curiosity with ample opportunity for age-appropriate self-choice, exploration and experimentation. The school offers four programs: toddler, pre-school, pre-kindergarten and junior kindergarten.
A strong phonetic-based reading program in kindergarten, first and second grades provides necessary tools for the…More development of confident, independent readers.</p>
<p>Since 1979, the San Ramon Valley Christian Academy has been equipping students in the East Bay with an academically excellent and Christ-centered education. The school has a duel accreditation through ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges).</p>
Sue's Swim School 2701 Stone Valley Rd, Alamo, CA94507 Sue's Swim School is owned by Sue Pantos, a swim coach and teacher since 1971. Lessons are taught at Sue's home in her…More private heated pool. Named best swim school by Alamo and Danville publications, Sue's school employs a full staff of certified swim instructors. Lessons are for everyone from child to adult.
St. Isidore School 435 La Gonda Way, Danville, CA94526 St. Isidore is a Catholic learning community within the Diocese of Oakland serving K-8 students. Our goal is to…More instill Gospel values into a rigorous, relevant, and enriching curriculum. We want each child to be a happy, healthy, and successful learner in a Christ-like setting.
John Baldwin Elementary School 741 Brookside Dr, Danville, CA94526 John Baldwin Elementary School serves a residential neighborhood in Danville east of 680 in the center of the San Ramon…More Valley Unified School District. The school was established in 1968 and serves grades K-5 and was named after John Finley Baldwin Jr., a six-time member of the House of Representatives. It is among the few public elementary schools in California to receive a distinguished GreatSchools Rating of 10 out of 10. In 2000, it received the California Distinguished School Award. The school colors are blue and gold and the school mascot is the cougar. The current principal is Darlene Hale.
Dorris-Eaton School 1286 Stone Valley Rd, Alamo, CA94507 The Dorris-Eaton School is a private, independent and coeducational college preparatory day school for preschoolers…More through eighth graders. The Alamo campus offers preschool and junior kindergarten programs, while students in kindergarten through eighth grade are taught at the school's Walnut Creek campus. Established by educators Doris Dorris and Virginia Eaton, the school enrolls 440 students under the leadership of Head of School Gerald Ludden and Director Nancee Watson. Specialized departments for kindergarten through eighth grade include art, music, physical education, Spanish and computer applications. Uniforms are required and team sports are offered for grades six to eight.
Founded in 1978, Garden Montessori is a private preschool that offers an education to children ages 3 to 6. The…More school's stated goal is to provide its students with the "opportunity and tools to learn."</p>
<p>The school is located in a residential neighborhood, offers a summer day camp and prints a monthly newsletter. Interested parents and students can arrange for a free tour of the facility by calling the school office.</p>
San Ramon Valley Unified School District 699 Old Orchard Dr, Danville, CA94526 This is the administrative office for the San Ramon Valley Unified School District, which consists of nine middle…More schools: Charlotte Wood, Diablo Vista, Gale Ranch, Iron Horse, Los Cerros, Pine Valley, Stone Valley and Windemere Ranch. The middle schools serve grades 6 to 8, and all schools combined have a total enrollment of 6,046. The schools serve the communities of Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo and San Ramon, as well as small portions of Walnut Creek and Pleasanton. They offer a standards-based curriculum with a focus on language arts, mathematics, social studies and science, as well as physical education, health, foreign language, technology and visual and performing arts.
Stone Valley Middle School 3001 Miranda Ave, Alamo, CA94507 Stone Valley Middle School is one of the San Ramon Valley Unified School District's nine middle schools. It is a…More California Distinguished and National Blue Ribbon school with a current enrollment of 655 students. Under the leadership of principal Shaun McElroy, the school's mission is "to promote physical, intellectual, emotional and social development as measured by school, district and state expectations." Its "community support system will guide each student to achieve his/her full potential," according to the mission statement.
Green Valley Elementary School 1101 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA94526 Green Valley Elementary School located in the northeast section of Danville was established in 1952. This…More elementary school serves grades K-5. Enrollment at this time is approximately 709 students and the principal is Tasha Anestos.
Meadowlark Children's Center 2964 Miranda Ave, Alamo, CA94507 Meadowlark Children's Center is a preschool for children from two years and nine months to five years old. The school…More offers morning classes. Children are able to learn by doing, creating and playing. The school is located in the Mauzy school, close to the Mauzy Park.
Vista Grande Elementary School 677 Diablo Rd, Danville, CA94526 Vista Grande is in central Danville and serves the neighborhoods adjacent to Diablo and Tassajara Roads. Surrounded by…More the beauty of Mt. Diablo, the school is minutes away from three major universities with whom it has developed professional partnerships.
A family-operated preschool program since 1981 for children ages 2 through 5 along with before- and after-school…More care.</p>
<p>Highlights of our program include developmentally appropriate practices, small class sizes, hot lunches, and transportation to and from school in our school buses. Children entering our program do not need to be potty trained.</p>