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Salesian High School
2851 Salesian Ave, Richmond, CA 94804
Salesian High School is a Roman Catholic high school for boys and girls in the El Cerrito and Richmond areas. Founded onMore the ideals of St. John Bosco, the school provides a place for young men and women to develop academic, interpersonal and spiritual identities that will carry them beyond school and into the rest of their lives. The school features a rigorous academic program as well as plenty of clubs, activities and athletic programs. The school also offers Advanced Placement and college prep courses, and support for navigating the college application process.
Montessori Family School
7075 Cutting Blvd, El Cerrito, CA 94530
The El Cerrito Campus of the Montessori Family School enrolls 100 students in their Kindergarten, Elementary and MiddleMore School Program, drawing students from Berkeley, El Cerrito, Richmond, Albany and other nearby communities. Founded in 1981, the Montessori Family School also operates a Berkeley Campus for 50 Preschool students. Affiliated with the American Montessori Society and the East Bay Independent Schools Association, the school "nurtures the individual learning style of each student while maintaining standards of academic excellence," according its Website. School Head, Jane Wechsler and the faculty stress creative expression, self-knowledge, self-confidence and an abiding devotion to peace, helping students develop school and life skills alike. For more information about enrolling, visit the Montessori Family School Website.
Manzanita Charter Middle School
2925 Technology Ct, Richmond, CA 94806
Manzanita Charter Middle School is a public cooperative charter school in the  Richmond Annex. It servesMore grades 6 through 8.
Windrush School
1800 Elm St, El Cerrito, CA 94530
Windrush School is a K-8 private school located on expansive 4-acre grounds that once housed the Chung Mei Home, anMore orphanage for Chinese boys founded in 1923. Windrush was established in 1976. It describes its orientation as progressive and seeks to encourage love of learning, self-discovery, leaderhip, community service and respect for others, among other qualities. The historic building housing Windrush's offices and elementary school features Chinese-influenced architectural elements, and, according to the school, the library/middle school building, completed in 2008, is one of only four school buildings in the nation to have a LEED Platinum rating. The school also has an art studio.
Kensington Hilltop Elementary School
90 Highland Blvd, Kensington, CA 94708
Kensington Hilltop Elementary, known to locals as "Hilltop," is located up in the hills of Kensington. ThisMore state-of-the-art public school is large enough to accommodate a sizable student body. Local parents step up to contribute to the school's programs in order to raise funds for school activities.
A-One Driving School
2259 Tamalpais Ave, El Cerrito, CA 94530
A-One Driving School is a home-based business that has been serving the area since 2000. The owner is available by phoneMore to answer any questions about the school. This is a driving school for all ages and abilities, available by appointment only.
Albany Music School
9825 San Pablo Ave, El Cerrito, CA 94530
The Albany Music School is located directly above Bahman Clothier on the Albany Border of El Cerrito. The schoolMore specializes in private music lessons for children. Group Choir classes are available for adults and children. The school aims to be affordable to all wishing to learn or become more fluent in piano, flute, violin, guitar, voice and drums.
Tehiyah Day School
2603 Tassajara Ave, El Cerrito, CA 94530
Tehiyah Day School is a Jewish day school for students from Bridge-K through 8th grade. The school describes itsMore educational program as a comprehensive approach that "supports the academic, creative, physical, cultural, Judaic, spiritual, and emotional growth of students." Tehiyah also stresses social responsibility, providing opportunities for students to participate in community service. Overnight trips are part of the program beginning in third grade, and middle school students have the chance to travel to such places as the Ashland Shakespeare Festival, Washington, D.C., and Israel.
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