Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church, off of Van Winkle Drive, is a neighborhood church serving the Sleepy Hollow…More community. The church was organized in 1908 and has grown and evolved since then. In the late 1990s, the church built a manse to house the pastor and offer more room for the church.
The church offers age-specific youth programs, as well as adult programs like choir, book clubs, socials and an annual retreat. One of the church's service programs, the Mexico Mission, has parishioners traveling to Mexico to build houses.
Terra Linda-Sleepy Hollow Divide Northern Preserve 270 Fawn Dr, San Anselmo, CA94960 Linda-Sleepy Holly Divide Northern Preserve is part of an open space preserve that consists of 1,168 acres of…More rolling hills, trees, plants and wildlife. A multiuse pathway called Mission Pass Path is located on the 300 block of Fawn Drive in a residential area. This wide, paved fire road is often used for hiking, biking, running and dog walking. The path winds through coast live oak, California bay, toyon, young valley oak, coyote brush and buckeye. There are no drinking fountains, park benches, picnic tables, grills or other amenities, so bring what you need. Dogs are permitted on leash on trails and off leash under voice command on fire roads.
The Sleep Hollow Nursery School process invites parents to come in and observe the school at anytime. Registration…More requires current immunization records, a current physical clearance from your pediatrician, required registration fee and completed information and permission forms provided in the enrollment package.
The school serves two healthy snacks each day. Parents can provide lunch or choose the daily lunch program. Parents are invited to volunteer and Spanish is taught and spoken. Two other enrichment programs are Nature Teacher and Art. There are two, three, and four-day tuitions available.
Brookside School Upper Campus 46 Green Valley Ct, San Anselmo, CA94960 Brookside Elementary School, Upper Campus, serves half the students at Brookside Elementary. Brookside is one of three…More elementary schools in the Ross Valley School District. The Upper Campus serves predominantly grades 3-5, though some second grade classrooms have been moved to the Upper Campus. In the 2011-2012 school year, the two Brookside campuses (which are separated by nearly a mile) will become two separate K-5 schools. The Upper Campus is overseen by Principal Tracy Smith and sits farther back into unincorporated Sleepy Hollow. The Upper Campus has a large amount of open play space and is located at the base of the Sleepy Hollow - Terra Linda Open Space ridge. It was also modernized, recently, to incorporate technology into the curriculum and to provide a revamped multi-purpose room.
Brookside School 116 Butterfield Rd, San Anselmo, CA94960 Brookside School is one of three elementary schools in the Ross Valley School District. The school is divided into two…More campuses. The Lower Campus serves predominantly grades K-2, though some second grade classrooms have been moved to the Upper Campus. In the 2011-12 school year, the two Brookside campuses (which are separated by nearly a mile) will become two separate schools. The Lower Campus is overseen by Principal Marci Trahan, and serves the communities of Sleepy Hollow and the San Anselmo-Fairfax border.
The Ross Valley Fire Department serves San Anselmo, Fairfax and Sleepy Hollow, with each of those areas having its…More own station. The towns' fire departments were consolidated in 1982. The board of the fire district meets on the second Thursday of the month, rotating between Fairfax and San Anselmo. The district's headquarters in San Anselmo were constructed and opened in the fall of 2009. Roger Meagor serves as fire chief, overseeing 25 full-time firefighters and 15 volunteer firefighters. The Ross Valley Fire Department also sends engines and firefighters to emergencies throughout the state.
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.
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.
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.