Calabasas Elementary School 202 Calabasas Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Calabasas is a K-6 school in rural Watsonville. It's "a standards-based school, where creativity flourishes," according…More to the school website.
Linscott Charter School 220 Elm St, Watsonville, CA95076 Linscott Charter School utilizes both traditional educational models and newer research that shows value in experiential…More learning. Originally founded as a parent cooperative magnet elementary school in the 1980s, Linscott became a charter school in 1994 and now serves more than 200 students in grades kindergarten to eight. The school focuses on community and encourages parental involvement.
Renaissance High School 11 Spring Valley Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Renaissance High School, the school district's only continuation high school, was started in 1971 in La Selva Beach. It…More helps students who are credit-deficient get back on track so they can return to their high school and graduate. Class sizes are about 18 students.
Pacific Coast Charter School 294 Green Valley Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Pacific Coast Charter School launched a decade ago, combining a vision for a home-study charter school for high school…More students with the Pajaro Family Education/Home Independent Study, a kindergarten-eighth grade progam. Housed at the school district office on Green Valley Road, Pacific Coast Charter School now serves nearly 300 students with teachers who have an average of 22 years experience. Class sizes for core classes hover around 26 students. The school focuses on personalized eduation that blends home-school programs with enrichment opportunities.
Starlight Elementary School 225 Hammer Dr, Watsonville, CA95076 The school, built at the site of the old Starlite Drive-in, opened in 1990. Intially founded to be a magnet school in…More the growing school district, Starlight now serves about 500 kindergarten through fifth-grade students. Class sizes average about 19 students.
Academic Vocational Charter Institute (AVCI) 112 Diamond Dr, Watsonville, CA95076 AVCI is an educational alternative to high school where students learn job skills, such as computer programming and…More sheet metal welding, while completing graduation requirements. Students get work experience while attending school and can earn vocational certificates. Established in 1999, the school tries to engage students and prepare them for a career or college. Students are referred to the school and must be accepted. After graduation, students typically go to community college or into the work force. The school is one of several charter programs run by the Pajaro Valley Unified School District.
Moreland Notre Dame School 133 Brennan St, Watsonville, CA95076 The school, started by Margaret Moreland in 1920 to honor her daughter, serves boys and girls from kindergarten to…More eighth grade. The school follows the educational mission of the Catholic church and the teaching ministry of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. In addition to the classroom teaching, students have access to athletic programs and other activities.
HA Hyde Elementary School 125 Alta Vista St, Watsonville, CA95076 HA Hyde Elementary School serves students in the Alta Vista area of Watsonville. The kindergarten-to-fifth grade student…More population participates in a variety of special programs, such as math competitions and science camp. The school also hosts events, covering topics such as history and family literacy.
Landmark Elementary School 235 Ohlone Pky, Watsonville, CA95076 This K-5 school is located in a neighborhood of new housing developments on the southwest side of Watosnville. It's…More close to the city's wetlands trail system, creating an instant science lab for students. The majority of students come from low-income families and many are learning English, but the school saw its state test scores improve in 2009.