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In the Spirit of Achievement to Fuel a Child’s Success

From preschool to high school graduation, education is key to a child’s current and future development. North County San Diego is home to some of the best public and private schools in the state, with programs available to suit any learning style. ZCode Magazines’ Private School Guide highlights the educational opportunities in our backyard.

Army & Navy Academy

At Army and Navy Academy (ANA), learning is more than academics. Boys in grades 7 through 12 are encouraged to discover their unique selves and pursue independence and leadership in all that they do. The year-round boarding school environment allows for structure, hierarchy, and order so that each boy can shine brightly as an individual while being part of a collective team.

“As young men find out where they shine and gain profound self-awareness, we witness their growth, whether it is igniting a deeper passion for learning, scoring the goal, acquiring a leadership role, forging new friendships, or applying to college,” said Major General Arthur Bartell, ANA President.

Leadership is a cornerstone of the Army and Navy Academy experience. Military programs foster camaraderie, a sense of belonging, and many opportunities for service and leadership. Though less than one percent of ANA graduates enter military service, 100 percent of Cadets continue their personal journey prepared for future leadership roles, complimented by a strong sense of independence, responsibility, and moral and ethical values.

The core curriculum at ANA is based on the University of California’s entrance requirements, and the college preparatory curriculum includes Advanced Placement and honors courses. Furthermore, ANA operates as a Gurian Model school, utilizing instructional techniques tailored specifically to how boys’ brains work, learn, and become motivated to reach their full potential.

Students are also offered exciting electives such as aviation and computer science, visual and performing arts opportunities, a robust athletics program, a variety of clubs, and supervised weekend trips. Perhaps the brightest highlight of the Academy’s activities is the privately lifeguarded beachfront along the west edge of the Carlsbad campus, where students are encouraged to take advantage of aquatic activities.

All students are taught to put ANA’s core values of honor, respect, responsibility, integrity, compassion, and gratitude into action every day. “It is our goal to ensure that Cadets find their voices and uncover their personalities before going out into the world where they will have to endure and overcome all the obstacles that life presents,” said President Bartell. “We encourage Cadets to test themselves, push beyond their comfort zones, and prove that they can be everything they aspire to be.”

2605 Carlsbad Blvd.
Carlsbad, CA 92008

Open House: Call or email to schedule a tour.

Grades: 7-12
Enrollment: 300
Student/Teacher: 15:1
Tuition: Day $23,750; Boarding $41,500

About the School: Army and Navy Academy believes that greatness lies in every boy, but first they need to believe in themselves. Every day, instructors listen, challenge, and encourage boys to imagine and accomplish their goals. The Academy knows that when they believe in a boy and nurture his best aspirations, he’ll discover his best self.

Cathedral Catholic High School

Family-Like and Faith-Based

Growing up in today’s world may look very different than a generation ago, but the foundations remain the same. Teens need to build knowledge, strengthen character, and learn responsibility. At Cathedral Catholic High School (CCHS), these core values are the foundations of the college-preparatory education fostered in a faith-based community.

Cathedral Catholic focuses on an integrative curriculum that develops the whole student – spiritually, intellectually, socially, and physically. In partnership with parents, the school forms an educational ministry that is mutually supportive and a community committed to excellence. The CCHS community is committed to creating graduates who carry a spirit of intellectual curiosity and a love for learning on their continuing journey of personal growth. Graduates of Cathedral Catholic have attended Notre Dame, Princeton, Harvard, Yale, Duke, and Stanford, as well as many of the other top universities in the country.

The school hosts over 1,600 students, and the diverse student body is supported with over four million dollars in tuition assistance. Cultural and economic diversity in the student body is a cornerstone for Cathedral Catholic. Served by highly dedicated administration, faculty, and staff, students engage in learning and growth both inside and outside the classroom. In addition to the classrooms and labs, the campus has a library, theater, chapel, ceramics studio, music room, gymnasium, sports stadium, aquatics center, and multiple sports fields. The athletic program emphasizes skill development, teamwork, physical fitness, and, most importantly, sportsmanship. At CCHS, the athletics go hand-in-hand with the academics.

CCHS is accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA) and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and holds membership with the College Board. In 2015 and 2017, the school was awarded the status of an Apple Distinguished School, recognized for its innovation, leadership, and educational excellence.

While the world today’s students are entering has greatly changed, the foundation that students need to succeed have not. At CCHS, the core values of faith, knowledge, character, and responsibility remain strong and stable. Cathedral Catholic High School students have a strong balance between high academic achievement and being well-rounded contributing members of society.

5555 Del Mar Heights Rd.
San Diego, CA 92130
cchsadmin@cathedral catholic.org

Grades: 9-12, Co-Ed
Enrollment: 1,650
Student/Teacher: 18:1
Tuition: $17,900
About the School: Cathedral Catholic High School is an innovative leader in Catholic, college preparatory education. Their rigorous, innovative education program is offered in a nurturing community based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and traditions of the Catholic Church.

Del Mar Pines School

Grades K-6 in Carmel Valley

If you are considering a private elementary school for your child, Del Mar Pines School offers a unique blend of individual attention, low student-to-teacher ratios, and a robust curriculum taught in a safe and nurturing environment. Every kindergarten through sixth-grade student enjoys a core syllabus of language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies. This is complemented by extensive programs of music, fine arts, Spanish language, computer science, hands-on science, library, and physical education.

For over 40 years, Del Mar Pines School has followed its mission of challenging minds, nurturing character, and respecting individuality. It offers students the opportunity to express intellectual curiosity and creativity while promoting strong interpersonal relationships. To enhance the learning experience and promote real-world skills, a one-to-one student-to-technology ratio is integrated across the curriculum. Del Mar Pines also provides before-school and after-school care options as well as after-school enrichment classes and an extensive summer camp.

Students discover how to work alone and as part of a group, communicate effectively, and apply interdisciplinary knowledge and skills. They learn how to solve complex problems, think critically, act with integrity and compassion, and develop a growth mindset. Each student is given the opportunity to meet his or her full academic potential, while developing and refining the qualities essential for positive personal development. Leading with a focus on individual attention and a well-rounded curriculum, Del Mar Pines School’s vision is to develop students as independent thinkers empowered to create a better world.

3975 Torrington St.
San Diego, CA 92130

Open House: Individual tours available with appointment
Grades: K–6, Co-Ed
Enrollment: approx. 150
Student/Teacher: 12:1
Tuition: $16,500. Financial aid not offered but tuition is kept low through generous support from the school foundation.

Fusion Academy

Fusion Academy Solana Beach is an accredited private middle and high school where classes are one-to-one: one student and one teacher per classroom. This unique education model allows teachers to completely customize their teaching for each individual student’s strengths, interests, and learning style. It also gives flexibility in scheduling, as teacher availability allows.

Fusion meets students where they are and helps them thrive from their unique beginning. Through Fusion’s thoughtfully designed approach of Love, Motivate, Teach, they see students change their understanding of themselves and the futures they have the power to create.

All students learn best when they feel safe, cared for, engaged, and confident in themselves as learners. Fusion Academy believes positive, authentic relationships – fostered by their one-to-one learning model – are the key to unlocking the incredible potential each and every student has. Each student comes to Fusion with their own unique story, but they all have one thing in common: traditional school hasn’t been the right fit for them.

Beyond the full-time academy, Fusion offers classes for credit, tutoring/mentoring, homework help, post-secondary support, and other supplemental options for students. They’re open beyond traditional school hours for students who prefer classes later in the day and for students still attending another school.

The Fusion campus includes a state-of-the-art recording studio with professional-grade equipment, a mixed media art studio, and Homework Café® spaces where students complete homework before leaving school.

To learn more and connect with the Fusion team, visit www.FusionAcademy.com/Solana-Beach or call 858-792-2300. Fusion Academy is located at 512 Via De La Valle, Suite 201 in Solana Beach.

512 Via De La Valle, Suite 201
Solana Beach, CA 92075

St. Michael’s School & Preschool

For 55 years, St. Michael’s School has educated thousands of children who have gone on to become successful members and leaders in our city, state, and country. St. Michael’s School graduates have earned numerous high school merit scholarships and excelled in Honors and AP classes, and several of our alumni have been high school valedictorians. Close to 100% of SMS alumni accept offers of admission to colleges and universities, often with substantial scholarships.

Families experience a vibrant community at St. Michael’s School and Preschool, where parents, teachers, and students develop meaningful and mutually supportive relationships. A highly qualified faculty educates, nurtures, and encourages students in all facets of growth. With a comprehensive curriculum that includes rigorous instruction in English language arts, math, science, social studies, and religion, a wide variety of co-curricular opportunities, and an extensive array of after-school enrichment, St. Michael’s students develop a love of learning and an eagerness to expand and develop their unique gifts and talents. In addition, students are regularly engaged in leadership, public speaking, and service opportunities. Social-emotional and visible learning programs are interwoven through every subject. Vocal music, instrumental music, visual arts, technology and coding, physical education, and Spanish are offered during the school day, while after-school sports, musical theater, choir, chess, cooking, Academic Decathlon, extended school services, are just a few after school options.

The school’s mission – “With Jesus Christ as our model, St. Michael’s School guides students to grow in faith, knowledge, and character, and prepares them to be active members in the Church and community” – is central to St. Michael’s approach to teaching the whole child: heart, mind, body, and soul.

15542 Pomerado Rd.
Poway, CA 92064

Open Houses: Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019, 3 – 5 p.m. AND Sunday, Jan. 26, 2020, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Grades: Preschool (3-year-olds) through Grade 8
Enrollment: 544
Student/Teacher: Average 1:13
Tuition: Preschool $2,500 – $6,125; K-8 $6,300 – $7,020

Santa Fe Christian Schools

Santa Fe Christian Schools (SFC) is a private preschool through 12th grade college preparatory school, located in Solana Beach.

When you first step onto the campus, you will notice something unique. It is the spirit that envelops SFC and permeates throughout the campus. You will hear laughter and notice students engaged with each other and their teachers. It won’t take long to discover that, in the midst of a rigorous curriculum, the exceptional faculty comes together to challenge, inspire, and mentor each student.

Believing teaching is their calling, each faculty member is committed to guiding individual students in discovering new interests, developing and utilizing their talents, and deepening their faith in the process. Being a small school with big opportunities allows for countless choices. As an Upper School student is digging into a college-level math class, they may also be performing in the school musical while playing a varsity sport. Most importantly, SFC provides every opportunity for students to grow their Christian faith through Bible study, chapel, small groups, spiritual retreats, community service, and mission trips.

SFC was awarded the National Blue Ribbon Award as an Exemplary High Performing School by the Department of Education for the Lower School, Middle School, and Upper School. With a 100% four-year college acceptance rate, SFC graduates are accepted into top colleges and universities across the nation. SFC is accredited by both the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association of Christian Schools International.

Visit the SFC campus and see what the SFC community is like first-hand at the next open house on Wednesday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Register at www.SFCS.net.

838 Academy Dr.
Solana Beach, CA 92075

Open House: Nov. 6, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Grades: PreK–12, Co-ed
Enrollment: 990 K–12
Student/Teacher: 20:1
Tuition: Financial aid offered

Pacific Ridge School

Local Students, Global Citizens

Walk into a classroom at Pacific Ridge School, and you will experience something different – a class that is coming alive with student engagement, critical thinking, and faculty commitment. Here, students convene around a table with their teacher rather than sitting in rows of desks. They engage through listening, asking questions, and learning from their peers and teacher rather than a lecture. “The Harkness teaching method fosters the development of critical thinking skills and provides a supportive academic forum in which students can express their ideas,” explained Dr. Bob Ogle, Head of School. Welcome to Pacific Ridge School, an independent private school serving students from 7th to 12th grade.

The school opened its doors in 2007 with a mission to nurture both the minds and hearts of students. To meet this goal, the educational model marries academic excellence with civic responsibility and global engagement. A cornerstone of the Pacific Ridge experience is the global education component, where every academic year culminates in a class or small group trip. “Global issues are woven throughout the curriculum and the last two weeks of the school year are reserved for our travel education program,” Dr. Ogle shared. “These travel courses are themed for different kinds of experiences – cultural exploration, language immersion, service, academic study, or a combination.” From studying U.S. government in Washington, D.C. to ancient and modern cultures in China, Pacific Ridge students have traveled across the U.S. and to 58 countries. Last year, 11th and 12th graders studied, explored, and engaged with local residents in Kenya, Colombia, Vietnam, Iceland, Italy, Vienna and Prague, South Africa, the Galapagos Islands, and Austin, TX.

The daily engagement and global interactions are led by a group of passionate faculty members. Teachers are also coaches, service learning and club advisors, and trip leaders. Their varied interactions with students create a bond beyond academic learning. “Due to these roles and the relationship building that takes place in a Harkness classroom, our teachers build multi-faceted relationships with students, fostering trust and mentorship,” Dr. Ogle noted.

Interactions around the classroom table and around the world set Pacific Ridge graduates apart from their peers. “Our graduates are articulate, thoughtful, compassionate, and extremely prepared to take advantage of all college has to offer,” said Dr. Ogle. “They are globally aware, comfortable in many different environments, and receptive to learning from diverse perspectives.”

6269 El Fuerte St.
Carlsbad, CA 92009

Open House: Saturday, Nov. 16, 1 – 4 p.m.
Grades: 7-12
Enrollment: 617
Student/Teacher: 8:1
Tuition: $32,150

Points of Pride:
• Harkness Learning approach
• Global Education & Travel Program
• Stellar faculty who also coach, advise service groups, and lead global trips
• Comprehensive Service Learning program
• Robust co-curriculars and a schedule that allows for high levels of participation in them
• Beautiful campus with latest technology

The Grauer School

Situated on a six-acre natural paradise in Encinitas, alive with native plants and animals and a light coastal breeze, The Grauer School campus itself serves as the starting point for its expeditionary learning tradition. Students are encouraged to use the school campus and the world around them, from the nearby San Elijo Lagoon to Kenya, as primary resources for generating curiosity and experiencing authentic learning.

Founded in 1991, Grauer focuses on helping students develop their unique voice, discover their passions, and take ownership over their own learning. The school’s founder, Dr. Stuart Grauer, noted, “We have traveled far and wide studying the world’s most inspirational schools and educational movements: Montessori, Waldorf, Reggio Emilia, Socratic, free and democratic schooling, expeditionary learning and classical education, from one-room schoolhouses to Peking University. These traditions have provided us with heroes, mentors, and wisdom.”

“The Grauer School uses the foundations of these great traditions and movements to infuse all we keep learning and synthesizing,” said Grauer Principal Dana Abplanalp-Diggs. “The result is a campus of purpose, optimism, and inspiration. We commit to continuing to develop the finest, most engaged, humanitarian independent school in the world. And even though our focus is not on rankings and test scores, our students are succeeding at their top choice colleges.”

Engaging students in six core values – resourcefulness, intellectual curiosity, perseverance, compassion, self-advocacy, and accountability – The Grauer School aims to develop well-rounded students who are purposeful, confident global citizens. The learning curriculum involves field trips, community service activities, art, expeditions, and student-created programs. Grauer is also the region’s only UNESCO affiliate school, with 176 partner schools around the world. Grauer’s expeditionary learning and arts programs are across the curriculum.

“What IS it about this place? Every time we are over there, we see kids actively engaging with each other one-on-one, in small groups, and with teachers, talking about their lessons, singing, laughing, hugging, running, playing. You feel it as you enter the space: love is all around!” – Sophomore Parent

The school also launched its Environmental Stewardship Pledge this year, dedicating the 2019-2020 school year to promoting ecological sustainability and stewardship in the school community and beyond. The resolution impacts every aspect of the school, from in- and out-of-class curriculum to school culture and finance. “We know our students are not inheriting the world or climate we inherited,” said Grauer. “We have a moral imperative to prepare them courageously.”

As the longest-serving independent school in North County San Diego, The Grauer School fosters nurturing relationships between teachers and students, giving learners 99th percentile levels of connection and engagement so that they are empowered in their education. “In a world that often seems to put standards before personal development, and to put institutional needs above human needs, Grauer keeps the focus on the individual student,” said Abplanalp-Diggs. “Our students achieve and are valued because they are developing personal passions, and teens coming of age are finding their unique voices at Grauer.”

1500 S. El Camino Real
Encinitas, CA 92024

Head of School: Dr. Stuart Grauer, Ed.D.
Principal: Dana Abplanalp-Diggs, M.Ed.
Year of Establishment: 1991

Open House: Nov. 2, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
Discover Grauer Tours: Nov. 14, Dec. 4, Jan. 9, 15, 24, 30, or Feb. 5, 11, 9 – 10:15 a.m.
Grades: 7-12, Co-Ed
Enrollment: 160
Student/Teacher: 7:1. optimal class/seminar size is 12
Tuition: Financial aid offered about the School: The Grauer School, an independent college preparatory school, serves Northern San Diego and surrounding areas, offers a balanced curriculum of rigorous academics, arts, and athletics, and gives students unparalleled leadership opportunities in a supportive, socially inclusive environment.

The Bishop’s School

From the border to Oceanside, The Bishop’s School brings together a diverse and thriving student and faculty population. The School was founded in 1909 as a girls’ boarding school when sisters Ellen Browning Scripps and Eliza Virginia Scripps joined Bishop Joseph Horsfall Johnson to create an institution committed to an ideal that still holds true today: School should be an “open door to knowledge.” In 1971, the School merged with the San Miguel School for Boys. Today, Bishop’s serves 800 students in grades 6 through 12.

San Diego’s only independent middle and high school affiliated with the Episcopal Church, Bishop’s is an inclusive community where students come from more than 70 schools representing diverse religious, cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds. This school year, 49 percent of students self-identify as people of color and 20 percent receive more than $3 million in financial aid. Chaplain Nicole Simopoulos-Pigato said, “We emphasize compassion for all people, respect for the dignity of every human being, and the calls to love our neighbors as ourselves and to strive for justice and peace in the world.”

Bishop’s programs are designed to meet students’ individual needs – both academically and emotionally, as student well-being is the top priority. Academic options, levels and paths are offered to best fit every student’s abilities, interests and potential, ensuring readiness and success in college and beyond. Opportunities extend beyond the classroom, including academic competitions, international travel, a peer support group, affinity groups, guest speakers and a community service program, to name a few. There are 72 different sports teams, 40 performing arts shows per year in dance, theater, and choral and instrumental music, and visual arts possibilities from photography to animation and more.

Learning, leading and acting with open hearts and minds, Bishop’s students engage in the classroom, the community, and the world.

7607 La Jolla Blvd.
La Jolla, CA 92037

Open House: Saturday, Nov. 2
Grades: 6 – 12
Enrollment: 800
Student/Teacher: 9:1
Tuition: $37,200

Private Schools List

Army & Navy Academy
2605 Carlsbad Blvd. | Carlsbad, CA 92008
888-762-2338 | www.ArmyAndNavyAcademy.org
Army and Navy Academy believes that greatness lies in every boy, but first they need to believe in themselves. Every day, instructors listen, challenge, and encourage boys to imagine and accomplish their goals. The Academy knows that when they believe in a boy and nurture his best aspirations, he’ll discover his best self.

Cathedral Catholic
5555 Del Mar Heights Rd. | San Diego, CA 92130
858-523-4000 | www.CathedralCatholic.org
Cathedral Catholic High School is an innovative leader in Catholic, college preparatory education. Their rigorous, innovative education program is offered in a nurturing community based on the teachings of Jesus Christ and traditions of the Catholic Church.

Del Mar Pines School
3975 Torrington St. | San Diego, CA 92130
858-481-5615 | www.DelMarPines.com
Offering elementary school students (grades K-6) a unique blend of individual attention, low student-to-teacher ratios, and a robust curriculum, all taught in a safe and nurturing environment.

Encinitas Country Day
3616 Manchester Ave. | Encinitas, CA 92024
760-942-1111 | www.ECDSchools.org
Now in its 32nd year, Encinitas Country Day School serves preschool through eighth grade students on two beautiful campuses. The ECDS WASC-accredited educational model features a unique blend of Montessori, traditional, and 21st century instructional methods that develop well-rounded students of scholarship, integrity, and service.

Fusion Academy
512 Via De La Valle, Suite 201 | Solana Beach, CA 92075
858-792-2300 | www.FusionAcademy.com/Solana-Beach
Fusion Academy meets students where they are and helps them thrive from their unique beginning. While the majority of students entering Fusion have academic skills at or above grade level, many report previous struggles in school for various reasons. Through Fusion’s thoughtfully designed approach of Love, Motivate, Teach, they see students change their understanding of themselves and the futures they have the power to create.

Horizon Prep
6233 El Apajo Rd. | Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
858-381-8888 | www.HorizonPrep.org
College preparatory classical education for students in preschool through high school. With fully credentialed teachers, impressive college acceptances and test scores, and opportunities in arts, athletics, and technology, Horizon Prep is a distinctly different learning environment in the heart of Rancho Santa Fe.

La Jolla Country Day
9490 Genesee Ave.| La Jolla, CA 92037
858-453-3440 | www.LJCDS.org
La Jolla Country Day School is an independent, college preparatory school serving students age three to grade 12. LJCDS is committed to inspiring greatness for a better world by fostering a community that leads with dignity.

Maranatha Christian Schools
9050 Maranatha Dr. | San Diego, CA 92127
858.759.9737 | www.MaranathaChristianSchools.org
Maranatha Christian Schools is a college prep learning community where students experience God’s love, are equipped to fulfill God’s unique call and purpose, and excel in their God-given potential through academics, arts, and athletics.

Montessori Child Development Center
14911 Espola Rd. | Poway, CA 92064
858-748-1727 | www.MCDCPoway.com
Montessori Child Development Center equips preschool and kindergarten children to create extensive knowledge of their world through exploration and observation. The Montessori teaching style is designed to promote independence, self-direction, and self-discipline, resulting in children who are engaged in learning and eager to advance.

Pacific Ridge School
6269 El Fuerte St. | Carlsbad, CA 92009
760-448-9820 | www.PacificRidge.org
Pacific Ridge makes it easy for students to get involved and discover their passions. Activities such as service learning, clubs, arts, and athletics, considered extracurriculars at most schools, are built into the daily, weekly, and yearly calendar so all students can participate.

Santa Fe Christian
838 Academy Dr. | Solana Beach, CA 92075
858-755-8900 | www.SFCS.net
Santa Fe Christian Schools (SFC) is a private preschool through 12th grade college preparatory school located in Solana Beach. With a 100% four-year college acceptance rate, SFC graduates are accepted into top colleges and universities across the nation.

St. Michael’s School & Preschool
15542 Pomerado Rd. | Poway, CA 92064
858-485-1303 | www.SMSPoway.org
St. Michael’s School, located on a lush 25-acre campus in Poway, is a private Catholic preschool through middle school dedicated to recognizing and cultivating the unique giftedness of each student across all areas of development: intellectual, emotional, physical, creative, and spiritual.

St. Gregory the Great Catholic School
15315 Stonebridge Pkwy. | San Diego, CA 92131
858-397-1290 | www.StGGCS.org
St. Gregory the Great Catholic School and Preschool is a faith-based, nurturing learning environment that promotes an attitude of stewardship and service. A rigorous academic curriculum that integrates STEM, music, and art is enhanced by after-school sports, Monart, choir, Student Store, and Academic Decathlon.

The Bishop’s School
7607 La Jolla Blvd. | La Jolla, CA 92037
858-459-4021 | www.Bishops.com
The Bishop’s School is an independent, coeducational college preparatory day school for students grades 6 through 12 who live throughout San Diego County. Founded in 1909, the School is affiliated with the Episcopal church.

The Grauer School
1500 S. El Camino Real | Encinitas, CA 92024
760-944-6777 | www.GrauerSchool.com
As the longest-serving independent school in North County, The Grauer School develops students who are purposeful, confident global citizens by encouraging them to develop personal passions and find their unique voices.

The Nativity School
6309 El Apajo Rd. | Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
858-756-6763 | www.TheNativitySchool.org
Since opening its doors in 1996, The Nativity School in Rancho Santa Fe has been a Catholic school serving students in grades preschool through eighth dedicated to teaching Christ-centered values that develop the whole person: mind, body, and spirit. They seek what is true, love what is good, and lead by example.

The Rhoades School
Lower School: 141 S. Rancho Santa Fe Rd.
Middle School: 910 Encinitas Blvd. | Encinitas, CA 92024
760-436-1102 | www.RhoadesSchool.com
Since 1980, The Rhoades School has been the only school in San Diego for gifted students in kindergarten through eighth grade. They combine a challenging and robust curriculum with innovative instruction designed to meet the unique needs and passions of academically advanced, productive, creative, and socially adept students.

Village Church Preschool
6225 Paseo Delicias | Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067
858-756-2394 | www.VillageChurchPreschool.org
The Village Church Preschool has been open since 1962. Integrating learning through play for children ages two to five fosters an impressive and unique approach, creating a community of learners and establishing a lifelong love of school.