Twin Pines Art Center 1777 California Dr., Burlingame , CA94010 The Twin Pines Art Center houses three arts organizations--the Peninsula Arts Council, the Belmont Arts Council and the…More Peninsula Museum of Art on the first floor--and artists' studios on the second floor. The museum includes a formal gallery, a store and a reference library, while the Belmont Arts Council provides changing exhibitions of local artists' work.
Digital Monkey School 720 El Camino Real, Belmont, CA94002 The Digital Monkey School of Belmont offers digital art, animation, unity 3D, game programming and audio production to…More children and adults. Founded by Greg Orduyan, this specialty school has all the necessary resources to turn ideas into fun, exciting and educational games. For more information on curriculum and enrollment, or to schedule an appointment, be sure to call the telephone number or visit the school's website.
R & R Land Surveying Home 2007 Arbor Ave, Belmont, CA94002 Randy Yick is the owner of R & R Land Surveying Home. It specializes in both residential and commercial surveying…More services. State-of-the-art instruments are used here. Call for more information.
Greenstreets Cleaners of Belmont is an eco-friendly dry cleaning establishment. This locally owned and operated…More business features state-of-the-art dry cleaning and laundry equipment. It has a friendly and knowledgeable staff with advanced training in the textile industry. Free pick up and delivery is available.
Fox Elementary School 3100 Saint James Rd, Belmont, CA94002 Fox Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District, and one of the…More four in Belmont. Ralston Middle School is the next step for most Fox graduates, which follows the same core curriculum as Fox – language arts, math, science, history/social science, foreign language, health and visual and performing arts. Parents may become involved in a number of activities, including healthy living week, horticulture, the Foxtravaganza Show and computer education. The average class size ranges from 20 to 28 students. The main buildings on campus – including 20 classrooms, a music room, the library, a multipurpose room and administrative officers – were built in 1964 and modernized in 2004. Brightly colored murals decorate the walls of the school, including a giant painting of a smiling fox and childrens' faces at the entrance.
Ralston Middle School 2675 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA94002 Ralston Middle School educates students in the 6th through 8th grades in the Belmont/Redwood Shores School…More District. As of fall 2010, six elementary schools feed into Ralston, four of which are in Belmont. Most students who graduate from Ralston attend Carlmont High School, which is part of the Sequoia Union High School District. Ralston Middle School has 46 classrooms, two music rooms, a multipurpose room, a gym, girls' and boys' locker rooms and administrative offices. Its library has seven computers with Internet access and each classroom is equipped with at least one computer with Internet access. The school's core curriculum includes language arts, math, science, history/social science, foreign language, health and visual and performing arts. Also, it offers a wide variety of after-school activities ranging from golf to homework tutorials.