Orinda Union School District

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Orinda Union School District is a school district in Orinda, California, United States, that serves students in kindergarten through 8th grade. It consists of four elementary schools and one middle school. It is the highest ranked K–8 school district in California, ranked by API score.[1] On completion of middle school, students generally enroll in nearby Acalanes Union High School District, usually to either Miramonte High School or Campolindo High School.

As of 2007, Pat Rudebusch is President of the School Board. Glenn Alper is the Vice President. The Superintendent is Joe Jaconette.


  • Del Rey Elementary (Principal: Kirsten Theurer), K–5[2]
  • Glorietta Elementary School (Principal: Ron Langer), K–5
  • Sleepy Hollow Elementary (Principal: Ken Gallegos), K–5
  • Wagner Ranch Elementary (Principal: Jim Manheimer), K–5
  • Orinda Intermediate (Principal: Michael Randall), 6–8

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  2. ^ http://www.orindaschools.org/1479209623019153/site/default.asp