The Belmont-Redwood Shores School District encompasses four elementary schools and one middle school in Belmont, as…More well as Sandpiper Elementary School in Redwood City, and the Redwood Shores Elementary School, which opened for the 2010-2011 school year.</p>
<p>The schools located in Belmont are:</p>
<p>Central Elementary School</p>
<p>Cipriani Elementary School</p>
<p>Fox Elementary School</p>
<p>Nesbit Elementary School</p>
<p>Ralston Middle School</p>
<p>The superintendant is Dr. Emerita Orta-Camilleri. The assistant superintendants are Penny Weaver and Nellie Hungerford.</p>
Challenge School 580 Masonic Way, Belmont, CA94002 Challenge School of Belmont is a Mandarin immersion school. It focuses on an academic curriculum and a mix of guided…More play to allow children to acquire the language naturally. The classrooms here, filled with art, are open and bright.
Cipriani Elementary School 2525 Buena Vista Ave, Belmont, CA94002 Cipriani Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District, and one of…More the four in Belmont. Cipriani Elementary feeds into Ralston Middle School, which follows the same core curriculum as Cipriani - 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 the adopt-a-book program, field trips, the hot lunch program and in the classroom. The school has 16 classrooms, a library, a multipurpose room and administrative offices, which were built in 1954 and modernized between 1994 and 2004.
Charles Armstrong School 1405 Solana Dr, Belmont, CA94002 Founded in 1968, Charles Armstrong School moved to Belmont in 1984. The school specializes in language-based learning…More differences including dyslexia. One of a kind for the Bay Area, the school is funded through tuition, grants and donations. The school offers a variety of sports and extracurriculars and is located next to McDougal Field, which offers multiple sports fields including baseball fields and a multi-use field.
Notre Dame Elementary School is a private Catholic school located on the same premises as Notre Dame High School and…More Notre Dame De Namur University.</p>
<p>The school offers a variety of sports and extracurriculars, including basketball, volleyball, baseball and track, as well as chess, choir, dance and drawing and math clubs. There is one classroom per grade level for a total of eight classrooms, each with about 30 students. The school also holds a number of charity fundraisers each year.</p>
Nesbit Elementary School 500 Biddulph Way, Belmont, CA94002 Nesbit Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Belmont-Redwood Shores school district, and one of the…More four in Belmont. Nesbit Elementary feeds into Ralston Middle School, which follows the same core curriculum as Nesbit -- language arts, math, science, history/social science, foreign language, health and visual and performing arts. Parents may participate in a number of activities, including the discovery day program, Halloween festival, emergency preparedness and the book fair. Built in 1954, Nesbit has 21 classrooms, a library, media center, resource room, speech and language room, music room and multipurpose room. There are also five portable classrooms for preschool and after-school care, which were added to the campus in 1990.
Central Elementary School 525 Middle Rd, Belmont, CA94002 Central Elementary School is one of six elementary schools in the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District, and one of the…More four in Belmont. Central Elementary feeds into Ralston Middle School, which follows the same core curriculum as Central - language arts, math, science, history/social science, foreign language, health, and visual and performing arts. Parents may become involved in activities such as the chess club, family social night, grandparents' day and the ice cream social. The campus includes 18 classrooms, a music room, library, learning center, computer lab, multipurpose room and administrative offices, which were built in 1964 and modernized in 2004. Two portable classroms were added to the campus in 1998. Dolphin Park, which has a playground, several benches and a dolphin-shaped fountain, is located at Central Elementary as well.
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.
Immaculate Heart of Mary School 1000 Alameda de Las Pulgas, Belmont, CA94002 The Immaculate Heart of Mary School offers a Catholic education for elementary and middle school students. Located just…More behind the Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, the school teaches Catholic doctrine and proclaims Gospel values. From a library to a science lab to a gym and spacious playground, the school provides a variety of areas for students to learn, with a student to teacher ratio no larger than 35 to 1. The school also offers before- and after-school daycare for students to do homework or engage in various activities such as cooking, art and reading. The school allows a maximum of 315 students, and there are 16 full-time and 15 part-time faculty and staff.
Serendipity School 2820 Ponce Ave, Belmont, CA94002 Serendipity School is split into two locations, both with prime outdoor space for students to play and learn. The…More Belmont campus teaches kindergarten through fifth grade; preschoolers attend the San Mateo campus. Established in 1994, the school's academics include language arts, math, science and social studies, and other areas of education include enhanced art, Mandarin and Spanish, music, life skills, physical education, tae kwon do and technology. An after-school program is also available, which includes specialty classes and workshops as well as outdoor activites.
Curiosity Corner 3100 Saint James Rd, Belmont, CA94002 Curiosity Corner of Belmont is part of the Fox Elementary school system. Established in 1980, it is a day care…More center that is designed to meet the needs of the neighborhood community. The center strives to instill individuality, self-discipline and creativity into children. As a school, it tries to maximize the child's potential and personal development. It is open to all students of Fox Elementary School.
Glorida Dei, which translates to "the glory of God," was founded in 1963, and the church building was created in…More 1965. The Gloria Dei School was established in 1970 and the completion of the current school building followed in 1978. Tucked behind trees that provide a barrier from busy Ralston Avenue in the Belmont hills, those arriving to the church and school by car must follow signs through a winding road and even basketball courts to reach the end.</p>
<p>The school teaches children in kindergarten through 5th grade, and before and aftercare programs are offered.</p>
Notre Dame High School 1540 Ralston Ave, Belmont, CA94002 Notre Dame High School is a private, all-girls Catholic college preparatory school. The high school moved to its Belmont…More location in 1923 from San Jose, and overlaps campuses with Notre Dame Elementary School and Notre Dame De Namur University. There are 21 students on average in each class. Various activities offered include sports, Student Council, peer tutoring and counseling programs, and three school publications — the school newspaper, literary magazine and yearbook. The school also participates in a tri-school program with Mercy High School in Burlingame and Junipero Serra High School in San Mateo that includes academics, campus ministry, performing arts and student activites.