Mill Valley School District

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Mill Valley School District
411 Sycamore Avenue
Mill Valley, CA 94941

Mill Valley, California
United States
District information
Grades K–8
Superintendent Paul Johnson
Students and staff
Students approximately 3,200
Other information

The Mill Valley School District is located 13 miles north of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, California. The district has 5 elementary schools and 1 middle school with an enrollment of approximately 3,200 students in grades K through 8. Four of the schools are located within the City of Mill Valley, while two are located in the adjacent unincorporated areas of Strawberry and Tamalpais Valley. The District also includes the unincorporated communities of Alto, Almonte, Homestead Valley, and Muir Beach.

Graduates of the middle school usually attend Tamalpais High School, which is part of the Tamalpais Union High School District. The District is within the boundaries of the Marin Community College District.


Elementary Schools[edit]

  • Park School - [1] (opened in 1909 as Tamalpais Park School)
  • Old Mill School - [2] (opened on November 19, 1921)
  • Edna Maguire School - [3]
  • Strawberry Point School - [4]
  • Tamalpais Valley Elementary School - [5]

Middle School[edit]

Former Schools[edit]

  • Summit School (1892–1939 at Cornelia and Summit; demolished 1941; Mill Valley's first school; also known as "Eastland School," "Mill Valley Grammar School," and "Main")[2]
  • Homestead School (1907–1921 at the corner of Janes and Montford Streets; 1921–1930s, as LaVerne School, and 1948–1983, as Homestead School, at the corner of Melrose and Montford, since 1983 leased by and operated as a private school, Marin Horizon School)[3]
  • Alto School (70 Lomita Drive)
  • Marin Terrace School
  • Edna Maguire Junior High School (1956–1970 at 80 Lomita Drive)


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