Alameda Top Schools

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Alameda schools are at the top according to Great Schools! The cities rating at the time of this posting was 9 out of 10!

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TOP PERFORMING SCHOOLS

1. Public Schools

Alameda has a neighborhood public schools system where most kids walk, bike or scoot to school within 15 minutes of their home.  If space is available kids can attend the school nearest their home and have friends on all the streets in between.  Some streets have a walking school bus! Children can also attend one of several charter or magnet schools with alternative education structures.  We have a technology school, magnet school and charter school.

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2. Private Schools

There are way too many to list, but our private school education is top notch.

Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School &

Saint Joseph Notre Dame Elementary School

Through our educational approach of balancing the spiritual, academic, physical, and social development of our students, we believe that they become well-rounded and caring individuals. We challenge our students to develop a love of learning by utilizing a variety of teaching methods. We believe that this can be accomplished through a curriculum that fosters creativity, curiosity, and an understanding of their world. We motivate our students to realize their potential.

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St Phillip Neri

Saint Philip Neri Catholic School encourages each student to be a respectful, responsible and reverent life-long learner. Our approach to whole-child education balances academic achievement with faith formation in an environment demonstrating the joy of learning as the foundation for lifelong success.

Courtesy of Jessica Murray/Saint Philip Neri Catholic School Saint Philip Neri seventh-graders Ben Ratto, Katie Ohno and Bella Conner experience a virtual tour of the Red Sea using Google Cardboard on Oct. 27.

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Saint Philip Neri seventh-graders Ben Ratto, Katie Ohno and Bella Conner
experience a virtual tour of the Red Sea using Google Cardboard on Oct. 27.

 

Chinese Christian School

We offer a balanced and comprehensive curriculum, character development through Bible classes and chapel, Mandarin language courses, many enrichment classes, and life skills electives.  We believe learning should incorporate hands-on experiences with clear conceptual understanding.  Our goal is to equip students with the 21st Century skills of critical thinking, communication, collaboration and creativity.

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Always check with your school district or private school first for availability and new rules. We hope you find this information helpful in your search for Alameda schools!

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