Sir Francis Drake High School 1327 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, San Anselmo, CA94960 Sir Francis Drake High School, situated on a 21-acre campus, serves students between 9th and 12th grade in the Tamalpais…More Unified District. Established in 1951, the school has since been named a California Distinguished School. Its Academic Performance Index (API) is 851 out of 1,000, its average ACT is 23 and nearly 80 percent of graduates go on to four-year colleges. It addition to its college-preparatory curriculum, the school offers the choice of integrated academies to 11th and 12th graders. Integrated academies include communications, engineering, environmental science and global visions. A 2001 modernization bond allowed for facility renovations as well as new science classrooms, computers, and a modernized library. The school has extensive sports programs and extracurriculars, including one of the first high school mountain bike teams.
Wade Thomas School 150 Ross Ave, San Anselmo, CA94960 Wade Thomas, headed by Principal Nancy Wasserman, is a public kindergarten through fifth grade school located in…More downtown San Anselmo on the site of the first school in San Anselmo. It is one of three elementary schools in the Ross Valley School District. Wade Thomas is a California Distinguished School and is known for its high-quality academic instruction. The school population is 74 percent Caucasian, 7 percent Asian and 5 percent Latino. Located near downtown San Anselmo, Wade Thomas sits nestled among neighborhood homes, and kids are encouraged to walk to school.
Founded in 1850, San Domenico is a private school located on 500 acres at the end of Butterfield Road, in Sleepy…More Hollow. The school, founded by Catholic sisters, includes a co-ed preschool through 8th grade day-school program and a girls' boarding high school program. The campus, surrounded by lush hills and open space, is known particularly for its Music-Virtuoso Program and Riding School. International students come to attend the music program.</p>
<p>Tuition ranges from $9,975 for the half-day preschool program to $42,800 for the high school boarding program. Some financial assistance is provided, which students can apply for. There is an extensive application process and students can visit the campus before applying.</p>
<p>In addition to the schools' programs, the campus is also used for summer camps, horse riding classes at the riding school, and a number of community events. In 2008, the school unveiled an extensive solar system to help power the campus' energy use.</p>
Tutoring & Learning Center 1613 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Fairfax, CA94930 TLC Tutoring and Learning Center in Fairfax offers one-on-one tutoring and small group tutorials for K-12 students and…More adults. A wide variety of subjects is offered including math, science, writing and languages. TLC excels in test prep for the SATs, AP exams and private high school entrance exams
Earth Defense Headquarters (EDH), founded in 2003, is an educational nonprofit organization for science, education…More and the creative arts</p>
<p>The Dragonhill Research Center in San Anselmo will provide a growing research facility for high school and college students, similar to old European private libraries. The quiet garden setting is fitting for the variety of research files and books available on a variety of topics. There is an extensive collection here on Wicca, 'mythical' creatures (such as dragons and faeries), history, modern military history, space and environmental issues. The research center is also proud to own 'The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England', covering the history of England from 1272 to 1504, as well as, several volumes of 'The Golden Bough'.</p>
<p>Doing research at Dragonhill is a scholastic gift and acceptance is limited. See the website for more details.</p>