Elementary Schools

Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy
Harvey Milk Civil Rights Academy
Harvey Milk Civil Rights AcademyHarvey Milk Civil Rights Academy is a tiny, public alternative elementary school situated in the centre of the Castro District. We're committed to achieving academic excellence, teaching tolerance and nonviolence, celebrating diversity, and building a strong family - school - community connection. On
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Jose Ortega Elementary School
Jose Ortega Elementary School
Jose Ortega Elementary SchoolJose Ortega Elementary School is one of San Francisco's finest-kept secrets. Our talented, energetic teachers use activity-based instruction to challenge students to gain high academic standards in literacy, math, and science. We integrate the arts, English language development, technology, and science
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Sherman Elementary School
Sherman Elementary School
Sherman Elementary SchoolCongratulations to Principal Shenkan-Rich on being selected Elementary School Principal of the Year by the Mayor's Office! According to the Mayor's office this award recognizes outstanding San Francisco public school educators for their dedication, professionalism, and work on behalf of our City's young
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St Monica School
St Monica School
St Monica SchoolSt. Monica School is a co-ed Catholic elementary school that serves students from Kindergarten through eighth grade. Established in 1919 by the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary, St. Monica is currently a member of the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange Education Network. We're situated in the
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Leonard R Flynn Elementary School
Leonard R Flynn Elementary School
Leonard R Flynn Elementary SchoolL. R. Flynn is a K-5 elementary school situated between the Mission and Bernal Heights. We're a warm and caring community that encourages students to become critical thinkers and well-rounded learners. White, dark green (plain) or Flynn t-shirt (sold at the school) Pants, shorts, skirts or skorts: black

Baywood School
Baywood School
Baywood SchoolThe importance of regular attendance cannot be over-emphasized. A child should be in school every day, except when sick or in case of emergency. Irregular attendance makes it extremely difficult to keep up with class work. Baywood doesn't receive state funds for days that students are not at school.
CaliforniaSan Mateo CountySan Mateo (12.4 miles)
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St Theresa School
St Theresa School
St Theresa SchoolWe provide a strong, dynamic curriculum which stresses the integration of faith and life, academic excellence, and thinking skills. Our dedicated faculty and team give time, energy, and devotion to educating and empowering students so that they will become self-directed, self-managing, lifelong learners
CaliforniaAlameda CountyOakland (12.5 miles)
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Peralta Elementary School
Peralta Elementary School
Peralta Elementary SchoolClick on the gavel button at left to visit the online catalog, and bid on 160 great items that will not be available at the Live Auction Gala, March 6. There is something for every taste, from tickets to the Berkeley Symphony to Disneyland passes; teeth whitening to brain training; Cheese Board pizza
CaliforniaAlameda CountyOakland (12.5 miles)
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Aurora School
Aurora School
Aurora SchoolAcademic excellence is fostered in a spirited atmosphere of invention, curiosity and collaboration. We believe learning is an active, social, integrated process requiring each learner to construct experience of the world in a setting that fosters risk-taking, personal challenge and cooperative exploration.
CaliforniaAlameda CountyOakland (12.5 miles)
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Cragmont Elementary School
Cragmont Elementary School
Cragmont Elementary SchoolWe believe the hallmark of nice teaching shows itself when students become active, eager learners, when pursuit of academic excellence becomes contagious, and when students feel empowered - with the confidence that they can master the challenges and the courage to make nice choices. We work together
CaliforniaAlameda CountyBerkeley (15.4 miles)
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