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The Bay School of San Francisco:
Founded in 2004, the Bay School of San Francisco is a private co-educational college preparatory high school for grades 9-12 in the Presidio, San Francisco. The Bay School's college preparatory program is designed to challenge, inspire and enlighten, emphasizing science, technology, ethics and world religions; areas of understanding that are fundamental in preparing students for their futures at demanding colleges, and as engaged citizens of an interrelated global society. At the Bay School, learning means using knowledge to make connections between students and teachers, between the school community and between the past and the future. The Bay School of San Francisco admits students of any race, color, religion, national and ethnic origin, or handicap to all programs and activities of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sexual orientation, national or ethnic origin.

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Upper School Academics:
Our freshman and sophomore curriculum seeks to build a broad foundation of skills, using an integrated approach that emphasizes the interrelationships between traditional academic disciplines. As students advance to their junior and senior years, the program is increasingly driven by their individual interests and talents. Curricular focus on the iPhoto of College Preparatory School in San Francisco Bay Areanterrelationship between science, technology, ethics, and world religions prepares our students to meet the challenges of their future in the 21st century world.

The curriculum grows from a largely skills-based, integrated approach in the freshman and sophomore years to an increasing interplay between the requirements for college admission and the talents and enthusiasms of the students in the junior and senior years. Ethical and religious studies, initially integrated into the humanities program, are later examined in classes which range from traditional philosophy to investigations of the moral implications of developments such as globalization and the communications revolution. Advanced foreign language classes may also qualify as courses in literature or history. Faculty members constantly challenge students to relate their learning to other disciplines and to the world in which they live.

- Subjects include:
* Mathematics, Science, Technology, Humanities, English, History, World Religions & Philosophy, Languages, Art Electives and Senior Projects.

Academic assessment is authentic and intentional. Because we value critical and independent thinking as well as the thoughtful and thorough exploration of a topic, our assessment tools are varied and comprehensive. In all disciplines, assessment reaches beyond the test, grade, and comprehensive exam approach; major papers, multimedia presentations, dramatic presentations, and internships are also a part of eaImage of College Preparatory School in San Francisco Bay Areach student’s comprehensive portfolio of work.

Advanced Placement Program:
High school Advanced Placement programs are currently the subject of considerable controversy at independent schools and colleges. We believe that the Bay School curriculum has integrity unto itself, offering an extremely challenging high school program, and does not attempt to take the place of any college freshman courses. Rather, we aim to instill the inquisitiveness, skills, and passion that will provide our students with a solid preparation for study on the college level.

Many of our courses have been approved as Honors level courses by the University of California, giving them the same weight as AP courses. We remain committed to challenging our strongest students by offering advanced courses in all disciplines.

Athletics Program:

Physical development and competitive athletics are a central part of a Bay School education. Bay athletics build physical health and awareness while promoting the important personal skills of effort, self-discipline, leadership, sportsmanship, and team work.

The same dedication to excellence that our faculty and students strive for in the classroom is pursued by our coaches and student-athletes on the playing fields, tracks, and courts. Athletic events are important occasions of community affirmation and spirit, regardless of outcome. The Bay School seeks toPhotos of The Bay School of San Francisco be known for its competitive spirit and respected for the integrity and discipline of its coaches, players, and spectators.

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The Los Angeles Academy of Performing Arts
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Located in the heart of Hollywood, The Los Angeles Academy of Performing Arts is a year-round conservatory in residence at the Paul G. Gleason Theatre.
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Arbor Bay School / ALLS, San Mateo County
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Arbor Bay School / ALLS in Redwood City in San Mateo County on the San Francisco Peninsula in Northern CA (approximately 27 miles south of San Francisco, and 24 miles north of San Jose), is a non-profit, non-public school providing multidisciplinary educational support to children with learning differences. Arbor Bay School / ALLS, founded under the auspices of Associated Learning & Language Specialists Inc., continues the tradition of excellence in educational and therapeutic services initiated by Pam Joy, Founder and CEO, in 1980.

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Delphi Academy of Los Angeles, San Fernando Valley
Courses / Programs
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:
"The thing I really like about Delphi is that they let you feel important. You don’t have to be afraid to be who you are! The teachers are great! Delphi makes learning fun.”
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Montessori Country Academy
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Montessori Country Academy is a child care center offering a nurturing and stimulating environment for children ages 18 months to 6 years in Elk Grove, Sacramento County. Children are placed in multi-aged classrooms with attention to their ability and development, rather than strictly by age. In this way, children progress through the curriculum at their own rate and learn according to their specific interests and abilities.

Established in 1998 by Christine Mendoza and Julie Green, Montessori Country Academy provides a strong and vital Montessori-based educational experience for children in the Elk Grove and Sacramento area. The school has grown over the years to serve many children, ages 18 months to 6 years. We keep teacher-student ratios low to allow for individualized attention in a quiet and nurturing environment.
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Small Fry Dance Club
Courses / Programs
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Small Fry Dance Club was founded by Jana Chapeton in early 2007. We have had 1,000 plus students come through the program at over 20 different schools. We have also been nominated as "Best Dance School" by Best of The Bay TV (2009).

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Preschool dance program:

- Our classes cover the basics in tap, ballet, jazz, creative movement, and yoga.

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