Los Altos Christian Schools 625 Magdalena Ave, Los Altos, CA94024 It is the purpose at Los Altos Christian Schools to provide a quality education in a Christian…More atmosphere. Los Altos Christian Schools reflect a return to Biblical principles, Christian morals, a conservative philosophy and personal integrity. Clear behavioral expectations and individual accountability are emphasized. The school has been providing education since 1981. Los Altos Christian Schools offers preschool, elementary school and middle school on one campus.
Gardner Bullis School is one of seven elementary schools in the …More href="http://www.losaltos.k12.ca.us/schools/index.html">Los Altos School District. The school opened in 2008 on the site of the former Bullis Purissima School, which the district closed in 2003 due to budget cuts. The closure of the only public school left in Los Altos Hills was marked by controversy, and the opening of the new school on the old site was celebrated by residents eager to see a school there once more.
Its 520 students are from neighborhoods located between Foothill and Central Expressways in the cities of Los Altos, Mountain View and Palo Alto. The "Bobcats" have many grade-level and school-wide events and traditions, including the Science Fair and the International Picnic.
San Juan School of Dance 140 3rd St, Los Altos, CA94022 San Juan School of Dance opened in 1994 and is an independently-owned competitive dance school. This school offers…More everything from beginning to intermediate classes in a variety of styles such as tap, ballet, lyrical, Zumba and more. Class schedules are posted on the website.
Georgina Blach Intermediate School is one of two junior high schools in the Los Altos School District. After its…More renovation several years ago, the school became recognized as one of the greenest and most energy-efficient in the district and its sustainable design by architect Lisa Gelfand was recognized in the Great Places Awards by the Environmental Design Research Associates. PG&E used Blach for a energy demonstration project.
The school's mural program, run by English teacher Valerie Lipinski (who has a degree in art) adorns the school with students' interpretations of famous works of art, by artists from Raphael to Pablo Picasso.
Waldorf School of The Peninsula is a private school serving pre-k through high school students. Itscampus consists of…More more than two and a half acres, and has a biodynamic garden, spacious classrooms, handwork room, administrative offices, a gift store, aftercare room and multiple play areas. Like other Waldorf schools, thecurriculum is based on the work of Rudolph Steiner, and includes traditional subjects as well as eurythmy (an art of movement that engages the whole human being), gardening, handwork, music and Spanish. Information about tours and applications can be found on the school's website at www.waldorfpeninsula.org.