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Eastside College Preparatory School, Palo Alto:
Eastside College Preparatory School is an independent, co-educational, college preparatory school providing middle school & high school education in East Palo Alto in San Mateo County, CA. Our school serves students from populations that are historically under-represented in higher education. We serve families throughout the Palo Alto, Redwood and Menlo Park communities. Every student at Eastside receives financial aid. At Eastside, the school day begins at 8:00 a.m. and ends, officially, at 5:00 p.m., though many students choose to stay on campus into the evening to study and complete their homework assignments. In between are classes, lunch, more classes, and afternoon tutorial. Students also enjoy a wide choice of electives, clubs, and sports. A spirit of enthusiasm and camaraderie pervades the campus – students work hard during the extended school day, but they also have fun.

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Middle School Program:
The Middle School offers our sixth, seventh, and eighth graders a challenging yet supportive environment – one that gives them a solid background in the skills and study habits that will allow them to succeed in high school and beyond. The comprehensive curriculum in the Middle School emphasizes – in addition to the basic skills of reading, writing, language, math, and science – responsibility, hard work, and the benefits of a college eduPhoto of College Preparatory School in San Francisco Bay Areacation.

Special programs in reading and the environmental sciences broaden our students' understanding of the world they will soon inherit.

Upper School Program:
We offer our high school students a rich, rigorous college preparatory curriculum designed to sharpen study skills and critical thinking abilities, as they discover and develop their special interests and talents.

Students are untracked with the exception of native language designation and math, for which tracking is based on entering algebra preparation. Each required course is certified to fulfill one of the University of California's entrance requirements. Upon graduation, all Eastside students have at a minimum taken the necessary course work for admission to the University of California.

Core subjects include English, math, social studies, Spanish, science and physical education.

In addition to the core curriculum, Eastside offers a variety of electives, as well as sports:
Computer science, drama, basketball, journalism, piano, soccer, yearbook, band, volleyball and many more.

Summer Programs:

Eastside encourages all students to be active each summer. Incoming freImage of College Preparatory School in San Francisco Bay Areashmen attend our Summer Bridge Program to get a running start on the coming academic year. Seniors attend Senior Summer Institute to prepare for the college application process. Students from other grades participate in a variety of enrichment activities or professional opportunities that will enhance their life experience and college success.

The Arts:

Eastside has a rich and expanding arts program. Our Center for the Arts is in continuous use throughout the school day, and includes a theater, dance studio, art studio, and a darkroom.

Athletics:
At Eastside we believe that participating in sports gives students a chance to enjoy the satisfaction that comes from feeling fit, the rewards of acquiring new skills, and the life lessons gained from being part of a close-knit team. Students take physical education class throughout middle school. In the High School, a fitness and conditioning elective includePhotos of Eastside College Preparatory School, Palo Altos work-outs and nutrition counseling designed to give students the tools to lead healthy and fit lives.

Eastside students also compete in competitive sports. We field teams in:  Basketball, volleyball, soccer and track and field.

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Address: Myrtle Avenue, East Palo Alto, San Mateo County, California , USA
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Shu Ren International School, Berkeley
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Shu Ren provides an academically rigorous but fun environment where children are nurtured to become independent, open-minded, and enthusiastic lifelong learners.
- Chinese (Mandarin) immersion curriculum for Pre-K through to elementary school

- Curriculum based on International Baccalaureate Organization's Primary Years Program framework

- Afterschool classes in Mandarin, Chinese dance, martial arts, music and more

- Chinese immersion summer camp

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Brandeis Hillel Day School
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In an award-winning facility set on two acres in San Francisco, CA, Brandeis Hillel Day School is a non-affiliated, community school where children from diverse Jewish backgrounds create and participate in an environment of learning and support. Begun in 1963 as the Brandeis School, the school merged with the Hillel Day School in 1973. A Marin campus located in San Rafael was opened in 1978. The curriculum here is varied, integrated and challenging, with students developing a strong foundation in the basic academic disciplines of English, Hebrew, mathematics, science, social studies and Judaic studies. The arts, athletics, music and outdoor education are also taught.

The highest value is placed on cultivating in students and faculty the qualities of compassion, kindness and mutual respect. The school recently completed construction of a state-of-the-art building to accommodate K-3rd grades, a music room, multi-purpose room, and science lab. Construction on a performing arts complex begins within the next few years. The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and the California Association of Independent Schools (CAIS) accredit BHDS.
K-3rd, Lower School, Middle School and High School.

- The curriculum includes Math, Science, English, Social Studies, Music, Art, Drama, English - Hebrew bilingual program, Journalism / Yearbook and PE.

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- After-school program with enrichment courses and an outdoor education program.
Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley
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Are you searching for a quality private school in the San Fernando Valley area?

Located in Lake View Terrace, in the foothills of the beautiful Angeles National Forest, Delphi Academy of Los Angeles is a coeducational day school providing a preschool through 12th grade program.

We admit students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

Delphi Academy of Los Angeles is one of several schools in the Delphi Schools Network, a group of independent schools sharing uniquely developed curriculum and teaching methods.

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Student Testimonial:
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- Middle School Student
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• Preschool
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• Middle School
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• Summer Programs
• English Immersion Program for International Students (Academic Year)
• English Immersion Camps (Spring, Summer & Winter - 4 weeks to 3 months)
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Saklan Valley School is an accredited, non-sectarian, non-profit, co-educational day school educating students in preschool through to 8th grade. We are located in Moraga in the Lamorinda area of Contra Costa County in the San Francisco Bay Area, just ten minutes from Orinda and the Orinda BART station, and only 15-20 minutes from Oakland and Berkeley to the west, El Sobrante to the north, Pleasant Hill, Concord and Martinez to the north-east, and Walnut Creek and Alamo to the east.

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Pre-School through to 8th Grade programs:

- Early Childhood program

- Elementary School program: Lower Elementary (K-1-2) & Upper Elementary (3-4-5)

- Middle School program

* Subjects include: Mathematics, Language Arts, Spanish, Social Studies, Humanities, Science, Foreign Languages, Music & Physical Education

Additionally:
- Extended Day program: Available for students ages 3 to 12 years.

- Enrichment classes such as Gymnastics, Chess, Art, Cooking, Adventures and Science.
Seed2Sprout Learning Center, Alameda County
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Situated in Dublin CA, in the heart of Alameda County, Seed2Sprout Learning Center is a high-quality nonprofit educational organization that offers Preschool, Kindergarten, and After-school Academy programs to boys and girls from age 2.5 though 8th Grade.

Our Mission Statement is "To educate and nurture children through developmentally-appropriate programs focusing on their physical, emotional, cognitive, social, aesthetic, and spiritual development as the foundations for their happiness and success in school and life.”
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K-8th Grade Students:

- Afterschool Academy
- Summer Bridge Camp
- Pioneer Club
- Individual Tutoring
West Bay Christian Academy, Redwood City
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Situated in the heart of Redwood City CA, in the San Francisco Bay Area, West Bay Christian Academy is a private elementary school that offers a Christian educational environment for international and American students in K4-8th grade. With small class sizes in a nurturing environment, students are taught to respect others, live cooperatively in community, and embrace a Biblical worldview.

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Christian Elementary School Program for Boys & Girls:

- Covering students in K4 - 8th Grade
- Small class sizes
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