Santa Rosa City Schools

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Santa Rosa City Schools are the combination of two school districts in Santa Rosa, California: the Santa Rosa Elementary School District (grades K-6) and the Santa Rosa High School District (grades 7-12). The combined districts have over 18,000 students and twelve elementary schools, five middle schools, ten high schools (including one alternative high school), one K-12 independent study program, one K-8 charter school, one 5-6 accelerated charter school, several day care programs, and an adult education program.

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List of some of the schools in the districts:

  • Albert F. Biella Elementary School
  • Brook Hill Elementary School
  • Luther Burbank Elementary School
  • Santa Rosa French-American Charter School
  • John C. Fremont Elementary School
  • Hidden Valley Elementary School
  • Hidden Valley Satellite Elementary School
  • Helen Lehman Elementary School
  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
  • James Monroe Elementary School
  • Proctor Terrace Elementary School
  • Steele Lane Elementary School
  • Hilliard Comstock Middle School
  • Lawrence Cook Middle School
  • Rincon Valley Middle School
  • Rincon Valley Charter School
  • Santa Rosa Middle School
  • Herbert Slater Middle School
  • Santa Rosa High School
  • Montgomery High School
  • Elsie Allen High School
  • Piner High School
  • Maria Carrillo High School
  • Ridgway High School (Continuation)
  • Santa Rosa Charter School (k-8)
  • Santa Rosa Accelerated Charter School
  • Santa Rosa French-American Charter School

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