Sonoma Valley High School 20000 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma Valley High School is the only public high school in the school district. It is located on a 40-acre campus,…More spread over several building complexes. It is led by principal Dino Battaglini. According to recent statistics, the school is quite diverse, enrolling students who are 52 percent white, 44 percent Hispanic and 4 percent other races. Sonoma Valley High school is the only high school in the North Bay to have a comprehensive vocational track, with courses in metal, woodship and culinary arts.
Sonoma Valley Adult School & Community Education 20000 Broadway # L-5, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma Valley Adult School & Community Education offers programs in high school diploma training and GED test prep,…More as well as vocational, career, tech and ESL programs. It also offers more recreational programs such as body, mind and spirit, jewelry design and Aikido, a Japanese martial art.
Sonoma Valley High School 20000 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Sonoma Valley High School combines a stimulating college prep curriculum with distinctive programs in the industrial,…More visual and fine arts. Academic programs include agriculture, child development, culinary, English, foreign language, mathematics, science, physical education and social science.
Creekside High School 20000 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Part of the Sonoma Valley Unified School District, Creekside High School provides high-quality education by offering a…More challenging curriculum, quality teachers and an atmosphere that emphasizes cooperation and communication. The school serves a diverse group of students in grades 10 - 12.
Sonoma Valley Academy is located in the shared-space classroom facilities of the Sonoma Community center. It's…More mission statement is to "make education personal," which they do by providing special attention and tutoring to each of their students throughout the school year. They cater to children who were both lost-in or held back by traditional classroom styles. In addition to their full-time middle school and high school programs, they offer independent study, study skills classes, a summer session, and home school support.
The curriculum includes Math (through calculus), English, social studies, science and physical education. Electives include computer skills, art, pottery, music and work study.
Sonoma Valley Unified School District 17850 Railroad Ave, Sonoma, CA95476 The Sonoma Valley Unified School District is headquartered in a complex on Railroad Avenue, to the northwest of Sonoma…More city in Boyles Hot Springs. The district's board meets every second Tuesday of the month, from September to May, at the Community Meeting Room at 177 First Street West in Sonoma. The meetings, which start at 6:30pm, are open to the public. An up-to-date calendar of school events is available on the district's website. The district oversees more than 4,600 students in five elementary schools, two charter schools, two middle schools, and two high schools. In 2010, the school district recieved a federal "Investing in Innovation" grant of almost $3 million to expand the science and language program started at El Verano Elementary, as well as the Exploratorium. The superintendent of the district is Louann Carlomagno, who keeps a blog about district news at http://louannsvusd.wordpress.com.
Adele Harrison Middle School 1150 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 Adele Harrison Middle School is one of two middle schools in the Sonoma Valley School District. It accommodates about…More 468 students from grades 6-8. The school is located on Broadway, next to Sonoma Valley High School. The school is built around a grassy courtyard, with open plan classrooms connected by covered cateways. Athletic fields are behind the building. The school has a diverse student body, enrolling a student body that is 63% white, 39% Hispanic, and 2% Asian. Almost 44% of the student body is "dissadvantaged," and over 30% require English as a second language instruction. The school maintains and English-Spanish dual immersion program, a comprehensive tutoring and mentoring program, outdoor education, and the GATE gifted and talented program. In 2010 Adele Harrison was one of two schools to recieve a gift from Stone Edge Farm, which will build onto the Sonoma Valley Garden Project to allow them to build greenhouses, educational vineyards, small orchards and work towards installing a garden curriculum.
The Little School is a nursery school for children aged 2-6, located across the street from Sonoma Valley High School…More on Broadway. The school provides a "home away from home" for children to retain their enthusiasm for learning with a Montessori-based education including art, music, and gross motor movement. The school provides a separate ballet class, and extended after-school care.
Founded as a home-daycare center by director Sonja Rasmussen, the Little School moved to its permanent residence in 2000. Rasmussen moved to Sonoma in the 1980s because the safe, child-friendly environment meshed with her dream to start a nursery school.
Andrew S. Booher 601 Denmark St, Sonoma, CA95476 Offering the motto that "No Job is Too Small," Andrew Booher is a Sonoma handyman who specializes in general carpentry…More and plumbing. Booher has worked in the home services and repairs field for 13 years, and began his own business three years ago. Booher attended Sonoma Valley High School and is intimately familiar with the Sonoma terrain as his work truck doubles as a mobile office. Operating with a friendly demeanor and an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau, Booher is an accredited builder who "enjoys watching his works take shape."
The Arts Guild of Sonoma is a non-profit organization serving as a public gallery for local and Bay Area artists.…More Founded in 1977, the guild is the longest continually operating artists' cooperative in California and is housed in a welcoming gallery on East Napa Street in downtown Sonoma. The Arts Guild is a major contributor to the local art scene in Sonoma and maintains ongoing artist exhibits that rotate once a month and are open to the public. Works include oil paintings, jewelry, photography, sculpture and pottery.
Additionally, the guild strives to "pick up the slack" of lacking art education in local schools and offers community art mentoring and outreach, and annually produces the "Small but Grand Works," exhibit, a summer mentoring program for Sonoma Valley High School students.
Glen Ellen Community Church 5311 Odonnell Ln, Glen Ellen, CA95442 Glen Ellen Community Church is a religious institution which offers worship and ministry services to congregants in the…More Sonoma Valley area. The Children's Ministry is dedicated to teaching biblical lessons during the Sunday worship service, and the Youth Ministry offers age-specific discussions for middle and high school students. It takes part in a number of worldwide ministries including Marketplace Ministries Worldwide, The Redwood Gospel Mission, Sonoma Young Life, Amy Williams Europe, Asian Indian Church Ministries and RBC Ministries.
Thomas Anderson & Co. 967 Broadway, Sonoma, CA95476 For over 35 years, this design and building firm has been working with home and business owners to create their dream…More spaces, all using sustainable building materials and building for energy efficiency. Because of these commitments, Thomas Anderson & Co. was Sonoma Valley's first GREEN business. The office of this firm is a clean, modern building located right across from Sonoma Valley High School. There, Thomas Anderson is joined by a dedicated, good-natured staff of three designers and contractors and three support people. Anderson is a graduate of Sonoma State University and has been living and working in the area for over four decades. The construction contractors at the firm work closely with sub-contractors to do the skilled-trades needed to realize their carefully designed projects. It also offers construction consulting services to owners, attorneys, contractors, and design professionals in order to resolve construction problems, discrepancies and disputes.