Challenger School 35487 Dumbarton Ct, Newark, CA94560 The Challenger School contains a private preschool, elementary and middle school, all located on a nice campus near a…More shopping center in Newark. Challenger School focuses on a great curriculum. Its approach is to get children to learn and have fun while in the school environment.
St. Edward School 5788 Thornton Ave, Newark, CA94560 St. Edward School shares its space with St. Edward's Catholic Church on Thornton Avenue. According to the school…More website, the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose are the campus administrators. The school's curriculum is based on the guidelines outlined by the Oakland Diocese. Students are involved in fund-raising programs for the Newark community like the school's Christmas Boutique sale.
Montessori School In Newark 35660 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 The Montessori School In Newark is part of the Montessori School of Fremont. The Newark site has students in…More grades pre-school to kindergarten. The school has a primary education program based on the Montessori Method. The Montessori School In Newark shares a parking lot with the Holy Redeemer Lutheran Church. The school offers daycare programs before and after classes.
Challenger School 39600 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 This is an independent private school with a mission to prepare children to be self-reliant and successful in their…More academic performances. Its curriculum focuses on reading and writing, critical thinking, math, history and science. It is good for preschool, kindergarten, elementary school and middle school children.
A Plus Driving School 37053 Cherry St, Newark, CA94560 Located in the Cherry Plaza Executive Offices, A Plus Driving School offers traffic school classes to the Newark…More community. The teachers are friendly, patient and professional, providing clear instruction on traffic laws. It is a great choice for those needing to attend traffic school.
Newark Junior High School 6201 Lafayette Ave, Newark, CA94560 More than 1,000 students attend Newark Junior High School. The campus has an after-school program that offers extra…More help with homework. The school also has English-language classes connected with the GATE (gifted and talented education) program. According to the School Accountability Report Card (SARC), Newark Junior High School teachers and staff members help students "think critically, communicate effectively and act responsibly."
Bridgepoint High School 35733 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Bridgepoint High School is part of MacGregor Alternative Education Center. The education center is also home…More to Crossroads High School, Community Day School and adult education programs. Bridgepoint High School is a clean campus and it is located next to the soccer and baseball areas at MacGregor Playfields. According to the website for MacGregor Alternative, Bridgepoint High School helps students earn the credits they need to graduate with a diploma in a "safe and nurturing environment."
FAME Public Charter School 39899 Balentine Dr, Newark, CA94560 FAME Public Charter School once operated as the Bay Area School for Independent Study. According to the school's…More website, FAME stands for: Families of Alameda for Multi-Cultural/Multi-Lingual Education. The school's Newark location inside the Balentine Park has administrative offices and the school's independent study program. The school has campuses in Fremont and San Leandro. The charter school has students from seven Bay Area counties.
The Newark Unified School District enrolls over 6,700 students. The District covers several campuses including…More one preschool, eight elementary schools, one junior high school, one high school and an alternative education center. The district's Superintendent of Schools is Dr. Dave Marken.</p>
<p>The District's has administrative offices on Musick Avenue and hosts regular meetings of the Board of Education. The District's departments include business services, educational services, the MacGregor Alternative Education Center, child nutrition services, child care, special education and human resources.</p>
Musick Elementary School 5735 Musick Ave, Newark, CA94560 Principal Debbie Ashmore told parents in an online message that staff members and teachers at Musick Elementary School…More take "great pride and maintain a personal commitment when it comes to preparing stellar instruction." According to the School Accountability Report Card (SARC), the Parent Teacher Association supports the school by organizing fund-raising events, open houses and other programs like the Fall Festival. The SARC shows AARP members volunteer in the classrooms.
MacGregor Alternative Education Center is made up of several programs including Bridgepoint High School, Crossroads…More Independent Study, the Community Day School and adult education programs. </p>
<p>Learning communities like the Community Day School have small classes that help students transition to traditional school settings. The adult education program has programs like English as a Second Language and classes to help students earn a high school diploma.</p>
Newark Memorial High School 39375 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 The School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for Newark Memorial High School shows that the campus has…More highly-trained teachers who prepare students for community colleges and universities. According to the school's website, Newark Memorial High has a strong liberal arts foundation that helps produce "academically skilled and community-minded students with a wide array of post-high school educational and career options." The School Site Council offers teachers, parents and administrators who help school leaders in the decision-making process. Students can also take advantage of the school's multi-million dollar Technology Center that offers the tools and resources necessary for studies in engineering, math, technology and science.
A+ Driving School 37053 Cherry St, Newark, CA94560 Located at Cherry Plaza, A+ is a driving school that offers driving and written test preparation, as well as special…More programs for both adults and teens. Pick-up and drop-off are available.
Whiteford School 35725 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Whiteford School is located at the same site as the MacGregor Alternative Education Center. This preschool has 67…More students. The website shows Whiteford School has a speech therapist, psychologist and district nurse on staff.
Stellar Academy for Dyslexics 38325 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Stellar Academy is a private school aimed at serving students in grades one through eight with symptoms of dyslexia. The…More primary technique used by the staff is the Sligerland approach. The school emphasizes small class sizes to help children succeed in both academic performance and self-esteem. Instructors are patient and well-trained.
Head Start 37365 Ash St, Newark, CA94560 Head Start is a pre-school located next to a park in a Newark neighborhood. The pre-school offers programs that teach…More children to learn and play with their peers. Parents and guardians of children ages two to five can call for more information.
John F. Kennedy Elementary School 35430 Blackburn Dr, Newark, CA94560 A sign on a campus building shows Kennedy Elementary was recognized as a California Distinguished school in 1998.…More Inside the school's newsletter, the principal invites parents to a monthly coffee meeting and offers them a chance to learn more about the school and each other. Parents and students are active in school programs like the Harvest Festival and Walk-a-Thon. According to the School Accountability Report Card, the Recycling Club coordinated an effort to install a solar-powered irrigation system on campus with the funding from a Pacific Gas and Electric grant.
Fast Track Dental Assisting School 37070 Newark Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Fast Track Dental Assisting School offers educational programs for those wishing to work as dental assistants or in…More front offices of dental practices. The school also offers x-ray and CPR certification classes. Programs vary in length from six to twelve weeks, and offer students the opportunity to become dental assistants after twelve intensive sessions.
Bunker Elementary 6071 Smith Ave, Newark, CA94560 Bunker Elementary was recognized as a California Distinguished School in 1998, 2002 and 2006. According to the…More school's website, Bunker Elementary was named after James L. Bunker, an educator who worked in Alameda County for nearly five decades. The school's mission is to help students become respectful citizens in the city of Newark and global community. The school is active in the Newark community as it served as a polling location on Election Day and as it hosted events like the Turkey Trot. The school's newsletter reports a Bunker Elementary alum organized his fellow Boy Scots to build benches for the school and help with weeding and sweeping on campus.
Snow Elementary School 6580 Mirabeau Dr, Newark, CA94560 Snow Elementary has been helping students grow and learn for the last four decades. On one campus building, a sign…More shows Snow Elementary was recognized as a California Distinguished School in 1995. According to the school's website, there are programs that serve its diverse student population including specialized services for English learners and for students with disabilities. Staff members say Snow Elementary has a good relationship with the city of Newark and there are times when the school hosts movie nights for students and neighbors.
Kidango 36120 Ruschin Dr, Newark, CA94560 Kidango is a neighborhood private school for toddlers, infants and preschoolers. This facility is nestled in a…More residential community on Ruschin Drive, but there are Kidango branches spread out all over the Bay Area, serving 2,500 children daily. Thirty-three percent of Kidango locations are NAEYC-accredited schools.
Graham Elementary School 36270 Cherry St, Newark, CA94560 According to its School Accountability Report Card (SARC), Graham Elementary has a diverse population of Hispanic,…More Asian, African-American and white students. According to the school's website, Graham teachers and staff members help students become "life-long learners, thinkers, communicators, and positive contributors to our society." The latest SARC shows Graham Elementary has special programs to help students with disabilities, English learners and students who need extra help with their reading skills.
Newark Jr. High School 6201 Lafayette Ave, Newark, CA94560 Newark Jr. High School is a public school that offers education for children in grades seven and eight. Some…More lessons and activities include math, science, reading, history, English, language, physical education, special education and more. It has many extracurriculars, including student activities and athletic teams. Check its website for details on programs or special events or for information on enrollment.
Lincoln Elementary 36111 Bettencourt St, Newark, CA94560 According to Lincoln Elementary's mission statement, teachers and staff members help create a learning environment…More where students are "empowered to develop intellectually, physically, aesthetically and emotionally." Parents and students are involved with the Newark community with events like the Newark Day Parade, Walk-a-Thon and Operation Dignity Canned Food Drive. Tthe School Accountability Report Card (SARC) states that the school garden is used to support classes on the environment and nutrition. Additionally, authors such as Robert San Souci visit Lincoln Elementary to talk with students through the school's Young Authors program.
Arya Learning Center 39675 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 Arya Learning Center is an educational facility offering a range of extracurricular classes and after-school programs…More for children of all ages. The center offers individualized programs and classes in art, math, language, algebra, geometry and more. Check the website listed for scheduling information and details on registration.
King's Kids Preschool 38325 Cedar Blvd, Newark, CA94560 King's Kid Preschool is located at Cedar Boulevard Neighborhood Church. The school started in 1995 and students learn…More about Christian values through bible stories and activities like the gift-giving Christmas tree. Teachers and staff members hold a Science Fair Night to show parents the children's lessons on life cycles for insects and animals. Outside of the classrooms, students learn about plants, vegetables and nutrition as they work and play in the school garden.