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.
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.
Village High School was established in 1978 for students who struggled in Pleasanton's other comprehensive high…More schools. Students here may have had academic and disciplinary issues. The school has around 200 students, which allows for smaller class sizes. Character education and technology usage in learning is key at this school.
One of it's more well-known programs is Culinary Arts Career Pathway, which allows students to run and contribute to a catering business. The school has been recognized as a "Model Continuation High School" several times by the state. Funds from Measure B, which voters passed in 1997, helped to build a new and renovated facility.
The school is located on the Pleasanton Unified School District site. The principal is Greg Giglio.
Carden West School, established in 1977, is a private, non-sectarian school located near Hart Middle School in the…More Hacienda Business Park in Pleasanton. It provides education for students in 1st through 8th grade, and it's on-site pre-school serves children 18 months to five years old.
The curriculum is based on the teachings of Mae Carden, who promoted the concept of the "whole child" in the learning environment. It emphasizes high academic standards along with creativity, personal responsibility, emotional well-being and socialization. The school also focuses on bilingual instruction, providing lessons in Spanish to all students beginning at 3 years old.
A discount on tuition is offered for families with multiple children enrolled, or with parents who work in the Hacienda Business Park.
Hearst Elementary School 5301 Case Ave, Pleasanton, CA94566 Hearst Elementary School is located on the south side of Pleasanton and enrolls about 700 students. The school…More engages students in character education and ascribes to the TRIBES program, which promotes respect and personal responsibility. It has an active Parent Teacher Association. The principal is Michael Kuhfal.
Kumon Math and Reading Center 1807 Santa Rita Rd, Pleasanton, CA94566 Kumon hosts after-school learning programs for students of preschool through high school. Students sign in upon entry…More and are sorted into rooms by grade level. Junior Kumon offers preschoolers and kindergartners tools for pre-reading and pre-math.