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.
Edward A. Hall Middle School 201 Brewington Ave, Watsonville, CA95076 Edward A. Hall Middle School serves grades six through eight and is one of the largest middle schools in the Pajaro…More Valley Unified School District. The school is named for an English immigrant who served on local school boards for three decades, beginning at the turn of the nineteenth century. It aims to give students a strong and well-rounded academic education.
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.
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.
Alianza Charter School 115 Casserly Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Alianza Charter School is a two-way bilingual immersion program for K-8 students. Students from across the district can…More enroll in the school, which teaches kids in both English and Spanish. It is one of several charter schools in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District.
Watsonville High School 250 E Beach St, Watsonville, CA95076 Watsonville High is a comprehensive school for grades 9-12. The home of the Wildcatz has about 2,100 students and is the…More largest school in the Pajaro Valley Unified School District. The school provides a traditional education for its students but also offers instruction in agriculture, drama, business, art, science and the county's Regional Occupation Program. Class size is about 30 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.
Rolling Hills Middle School 130 Herman Ave, Watsonville, CA95076 Rolling Hills Middle School provides education to approximately 600 students in grades six through eight. The school's…More 25 teachers have an average of 13 years experience in the classroom. Students can also take part in an after-school program called Ayuda Plus.
Amesti Elementary School 25 Amesti Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Amesti Elementary School, situated in the agriculture land on the outskirts of Watsonville, serves a diverse,…More multiculutral student body. The school offers bilingual and structured English immersion programs, as well as hands-on science and art education. The school was recently remodeled and also includes a dedicated art facility.
Pajaro Middle School 250 Salinas Rd, Royal Oaks, CA95076 Pajaro Middle School is comprised of five departments: mathematics, physical education, social studies, science and…More ELA/ELD. Part of the Pajaro Valley Unified School District, it offers after-school homework and enrichment programs and hosts dances and other student events.
St. Francis Central Coast Catholic High School 2400 E Lake Ave, Watsonville, CA95076 St. Francis Central Coast Catholic High School was founded in 2001 with 35 underclassmen at a temporary location at…More Holy Cross Catholic Church in Santa Cruz. The East Lake Avenue campus opened in 2002 and has continued to grow, both by the student population size and by campus features. Today, the school has more than 220 students and 21 faculty members who utilized state-of-the-art educational and athletic facilities. The contemporary Catholic school can trace its roots back to 1869, when the school was an orphanage. St. Francis has also been a boarding school, seminary for Salesian priests and brothers, a junior high school and a youth center.
Mount Madonna School 491 Summit Rd, Watsonville, CA95076 Mount Madonna School is a pre-kindergarten to 12th grade private school located on a mountain top overlooking the…More Monterey Bay. The school, founded more than three decades ago, embraces the surrounding environment through its Life Lab education at the elementary level, solar panels that power the school, composting and outdoor education. Students participate in rites of passage at significant ages and grades, and many graduates have a great degree of success, often going on to four-year colleges and universities.