Santa Cruz City Schools
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Santa Cruz City Schools|
|Alternate Name(s):||Santa Cruz City Unified School District|
|Address:||405 Old San Jose Road|
Soquel, CA 95073
|Days/Hours of Operation/Phone:||Monday-Friday, 8-5|
|Description:||Santa Cruz City Schools is comprised of an elementary and a secondary district governed by one Board of Education.
Bay View Elementary 1231 Bay St. 429-3991
DeLaveaga Elementary 1145 Morrissey Blvd. 429-3807
Gault Elementary,1320 Seabright Ave. 429-3856
Westlake Elementary 1000 High St. 429-3878
Branciforte Middle School 315 Poplar Ave. 429-3883
Mission Hill Middle School 425 King St. 429-3860
Comprehensive High Schools:
Harbor High School 300 LaFonda Ave. 429-3810
Santa Cruz High School 415 Walnut Ave. 429-3960
Soquel High School 401 Old San Jose Rd., Soquel 429-3909
Branciforte Small Schools
840 North Branciforte Ave., 429-3898
Continuation High School: Costanoa High School
Alternative Elementary School: Monarch, K-6
Independent Studies Program: Ark Independent Studies
Home School Program: Alternative Family Education
Charter School: Delta at Cabrillo College 6500 Soquel Dr. Aptos (831) 477-5212
The Santa Cruz Adult School serves over 6,000 adult students from north Santa Cruz County, including the communities of Davenport, Scotts Valley, San Lorenzo Valley, Capitola, Soquel and Live Oak. The Adult School offers nearly 100 courses in 44 locations; courses include English as a Second Language, World Languages, Driver's Education, Computer skills and career training.
Contact Lysa Tabachnick Director 429-3965 319 La Fonda Av, Santa Cruz
AREAS SERVED: The district serves students residing in the City of Santa Cruz and in county locations from Davenport to Soquel.
offers organization and study skills, academic help, college tours, career education, speakers and motivational activities.
Our high schools offer comprehensive Advanced Placement and Honors courses, providing an array of challenging options for our college-bound students.
In partnership with the County Office of Education's Regional Occupation Programs (ROP), our high school students may choose from a comprehensive selection of career and technical courses.
GATE is a state-funded program for gifted and talented students in our district.
The Humanities Academy at Soquel High School offers a unique opportunity for academically motivated students to experience many of the benefits of a small college preparatory high school while enjoying all that a large public school has to offer.
Students in all four elementary schools experience science hands-on in their garden-based Life Lab Science programs.
The Mathematics Academy offered at Santa Cruz High School is an integrated, accelerated math program for motivated students.
Preschool and Pre-K programs serving children from 18 months to 5 years old,
Through Spanish Language instruction, our schools seek to build bridges between students, provide academic challenges and offer cultural enrichment.
TWO WAY IMMERSION
The Two Way Immersion program at DeLaveaga Elementary School teaches students to speak, read and write in Spanish and English at grade level proficiency.
|Languages other than English:||Can Arrange for Others|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Wheelchair Access|
|Public Transportation:||Available Within Four Blocks|
|Areas Served:||See Description Notes|
|Funding Source:||Federal Government|
|This record last modified January 21, 2013|