Horizon School Age Mothers Young Fathers High School 245 Abbie St, Pleasanton, CA94566 Horizon is a high school school for teen mothers and fathers. Horizon's School-Age Parent Program has been around since…More 1975. It offers a curriculum similar to Pleasanton's other comprehensive high schools as well as college preparation, counseling, parenting classes, job training and childcare services. Dana Chavez is the school's vice principal.
Lydiksen Elementary School is located in the northwest region of Pleasanton in the Preserve neighborhood. The school…More was established in 1968 and includes grades kindergarten through 5th. In 2000, the school built a state-of-the-art, 14-classroom building.
The school principal is Colleen Henry. It's parent volunteer group, the Parent Faculty Club, is very active at the school.
Vintage Hills Elementary School 1125 Concord St, Pleasanton, CA94566 Located in the eastern part of Pleasanton, Vintage Hills Elementary School serves about 660 students. The school has…More been given the recognition of a California Distinguished School. It aims to provide character education to it's students. The school also incorporates enrichment clusters, which are taught to 3rd and 5th graders. Carolyn Parker is the school's principal.
Thomas S. Hart Middle School opened in 2000 and has a state-of-the-art facility complete with a science building,…More library and sports facilities. In 2007, four new classrooms were added to the campus.
The principal is Steve Maher, and the school mascot is the Huskies.
The school is located in the Hacienda Business Park and enrolls about 1200 students. Since it was established, the school has been recognized as a California Distinguished School. It's curriculum includes health, history, language arts, mathematics, performing arts, physical education, science and world language.
The school has a Parent Faculty Association, which promotes volunteerism among it's members. The group also helps plan and host school events and fundraise for school-specific needs.
Henry P. Mohr Elementary School, one of the newest elementary schools to be built in the City of Pleasanton, first…More opened in 1997. The school was named after one of the most important historical figures in the development of the city.
The school's mascot is the eagle, and it's motto is "Soar at Mohr." Though just more than a decade old, the school was given the recognitions of a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School.
The school's principal is Robin Sehrt. It is located in the northeastern part of Pleasanton. The school is one of the most culturally diverse schools in Pleasanton with 22 languages listed as the primary language among it's students.
Mohr's active Parent Teacher Association was first established in 1997 and now has 480 members. Aside from volunteering in the school, members also raise funds for school programs and equipment and plan various activities for it's students.
Amador Valley High School is one of four high schools in the city of Pleasanton, serving about 2,600 students. The…More school graduated it's first class in 1923. It has been recognized as a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School. The school's Math Team, Marching Band, Mock Trial, Robotics Team and it's Team for "Competition Civics" have all participated and placed in national and state competitions.
The school's athletic teams have competed and won championships in the East Bay Athletic Leagues. It offers a variety of programs for it's students, including Advanced Placement, Honors, Career Pathways, Regional Occupational Program, Independent Study and Special Education.
Located on Santa Rita Road, just a few minutes walk from downtown Pleasanton, the school's campus is a sprawling one, complete with a multipurpose room, a library, media center and music building. The school enjoys much support from it's parents groups, which includes the Parent Teacher Student Association, Amador Friends of Music and the Amador Athletic Boosters.
Valley View Elementary School first opened in 1960. It is located in the eastern part of Pleasanton. The school…More has been recognized as a California Distinguished School and was given the Seal of Excellence by the California Bilingual Education.
The school is well-known for an award-winning Spanish Dual Immersion program, designed to help students develop fluency in English and Spanish. Throughout the program, the Spanish language is used as a vehicle in learning.
It currently has 733 students, and it's mascot is the Mustang. The school's principal is Rafael Cruz. It enjoys the support of an active Parent Faculty Club. Members of the volunteer group host and plan events, activities and fundraisers throughout the school year.
Alisal Elementary School, which first opened it's doors in 1956, is located near downtown Pleasanton. Today, the…More school has about 670 students. The school's principal is Amy Simione.
Previously recognized as a California Distinguished School and a National Blue Ribbon School, the school participates in the Community of Character initiative of the City of Pleasanton. The program aims to teach it's students responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, honesty and respect.
It also incorporates the TRIBES program, which uses collaborative activities to promote mutual respect among students. The school is part of the Go Green Initiative, a comprehensive and national environmental action and awareness plan for schools.
The school's active Parent Teacher Association plans and promotes events throughout the year.
Pleasanton KinderCare 3760 Brockton Dr, Pleasanton, CA94588 Established in 1990, Pleasanton's KinderCare Learning Center is a part of the Knowledge Learning Corporation family of…More schools. As such, the school adheres to the highest academic and safety standards, with a literature based curriculum aimed at preparing its students for elementary school in Pleasanton's public school system.
The Child Day Schools 883 Rose Ave, Pleasanton, CA94566 The Child Day Schools is an education and childcare organization originally founded by Executive Director Anne Whitehead…More in 1976. The Pleasanton School is one of five Child Day School locations in the East Bay and was first opened in 1997. The Child Day School provides a dynamic childcare program featuring active learning time, small group activities, a consistent daily routine, and music and movement activities.
Foothill High School 4375 Foothill Rd, Pleasanton, CA94588 Foothill High School (FHS), which opened in 1973, is a public high school in northwestern Pleasanton. The school,…More currently under the leadership of Principal John Dwyer, has been a California Distinguished High School five times and achieved an API score of 889 in 2009. It is well-known for producing well-educated students ready for challenging colleges and careers. In all, 79 percent of students are currently taking courses that will qualify them for the University of California or California State University systems. The school's award-winning marching band is well known nationally, and the yearly autumnal Foothill Band Review draws large crowds on Main Street as dozens of marching bands parade through town before competing at the school.