Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education is in charge of many tasks including monitoring the budgets of all…More five public school districts in Napa County, educating troubled teens and offering vocational training. An elected superintendent of schools and an elected board of education oversee the office's operations.
Napa Valley Education Foundation 2425 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94558 Napa Valley Education Foundation is located on the grounds of Napa Valley High. The non-profit is a grass-roots…More organization that supports teachers and students in the Napa Valley Unified District. Its level of support runs teacher grants for library books and equipment, hosts fundraising events, such as Taste for Knowledge gala in the fall and Rally for Education. Additionally, it supports lunch programs to include necessary additions of vital food groups, and also supports visual and performing arts programs. The Napa Valley Education Foundation is located in Suite 105.
Napa Valley Adult Education 1600 Lincoln Ave, Napa, CA94558 "Life-long learning" is the slogan at Napa Valley Adult Education, where you'll find Napans of all ages, from toddlers…More in the "Young Connection" day-care area to seniors learning computer skills. Located just west of the Napa Valley Unified School District's Education Center, the school offers a variety of classes, including English as a Second Language and career training programs. Classes are open to adults 18 and older, and to high-school students aged 16 and up if they meet district requirements. Adult Education's Workplace Training Institute contracts with local businesses to train their employees in computer use, language skills and leadership.
River School 2447 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94558 In the late 1990s, a group of Napa families organized to form the first charter middle school in the Napa Valley Unified…More School District. The River School curriculum is based on the "Individual Education" model pioneered in the 1970s at a Hawaiian private school. River School principal Linda Inlay came to Napa after founding an independent school in Hawaii based on the Individual Education principles, now also called "Ho'ala Education" for the Hawaiian word meaning "awakening of the self."
Superintendent, Napa County Office of Education 2121 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education provides education planning for Napa County and is spearheaded by the leadership of…More Barbara Nemko, Superintendent of Schools. The office of education offers support in a variety of ways which serve the community of Napa, such as Student Services with Regional Occupational Programs; Juvenile Court and Community Schools; School Services with programs such as the Business Education Leadership Project, ed1stop for Teachers, and ed1stop for Families; Business Services division which provides a wide range of services to Napa County school districts and Napa Valley Community College; school and community partnership projects, offering after-school programs and foster and homeless youth programs; state and national projects, such as CalSERVES and California Services for Technical Assistance and Training. Since the first Superintendent was seated in 1855, the Superintendent's Napa County Office has a long history in the community.
Napa Valley College Community Education Center 1360 Menlo Ave, Napa, CA94558 From studio arts to cooking and yoga, Napa Valley College's Community Education program offers a panorama of…More not-for-credit courses. Many, including as the popular ceramics classes, meet at this building behind Memorial Stadium. Other courses are available online.
First Christian School 2659 1st St, Napa, CA94558 First Christian School is a private non-denominational educational institution which caters to students in preschool…More through eighth grade. Founded in 1997, the school offers academic programs which focus on general studies such as math, science, history and English, as well as art, physical education, technology and language classes.
Napa Child Development Center 2097 Imola Ave, Napa, CA94559 A program of the Napa County Office of Education, this preschool, sanctioned by the state Department of Social Services'…More Community Care Licensing division, is open to the children of parents who are working, looking for work or in training. Eligibility is determined by the California Department of Education.
Napa Preschool Program 74 Wintun Ct, Napa, CA94559 The Napa County Office of Education offers preschool services to children of all abilities, including special-needs…More infants. Families may contact the Napa Infant Program at 707-253-6914 for children up to age three or the Napa Preschool Program at 707-253-6850 for three to five-year-olds. Children may also be referred for services by physicians, public-health nurses, children's services, school districts and other educational programs.
Napa Humane P.O.Box 695, Napa, CA94559 Incorporated in 1972, Napa Humane is a non-profit organization that raised the standard of treatment of homeless…More animals. The group is a proponent of companion animals in Napa County and offers an array of services for Napa residents, including a spay/neuter referral service as a first step toward impacting overpopulation. Its mission is "to promote the welfare of companion animals through protection, advocacy, education and example." The organization offers humane education, behavior help, microchipping and adoption services. Its spay and neuter clinic is located on California Avenue.
Napa County Hispanic Network is a non-profit organization and information sharing alliance for the Latino community.…More It was established in 1983 by community members.</p>
<p>Its mission is to promote educational opportunities to local Latino youth by offering scholarships for advanced education. Scholarships are awarded to qualified candidates who exhibit a stellar academic record. Funding comes from private donations and local businesses.</p>
Alston Hayne Educational Consulting 1434 3rd St, Napa, CA94559 Alston Hayne works with families of high schoolers to prepare them for college admission. His focus is on…More helping students promote their unique skills along with their grades. Alston Hayne also works at placing students at the appropriate educational facilities. His offices are conveniently located in downtown Napa.
Cope Family Center 1340 4th St, Napa, CA94559 The Cope Family Center is a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering and helping families through child abuse…More prevention, parent education and self-sufficiency services. Its programs include workshops in home visitation, family resource center, family economic success and parent education, among others. The center is open to Napa County residents.
Kolbe Academy & Trinity Prep is a private Catholic school offering grades pre-K through 12. Kolbe Academy was…More founded in 1980 and merged with Trinity Prep in 1995. Kolbe Academy & Trinity Prep is a lay-operated school that is recognized by the Diocese as being in line with classical Catholic education.</p>
<p>Kolbe Academy & Trinity Prep says its mission is to build the basic building blocks in children's education, including grammar and math. It takes a liberal arts aproach to literature, history and theology, and challenges children to become better communicators. Kolbe Academy & Trinity Prep maintains six high school sports, from co-ed soccer and boys basketball to girls volleyball.</p>
Arts Council Napa Valley 1041 Jefferson St Ste 4, Napa, CA94559 Arts Council of Napa Valley has celebrated its 30th anniversary. In support of the arts, the non-profit organization's…More mission is to foster "a thriving and diverse creative community by expanding arts education, collaborating with arts organizations, and nurturing the development of artistic talent." In participation with other non-profit organizations, ACNV's programs include open calls to artists; Arts in Education matching grants to local schools; Napa Artwalk; Napa Reads in partnership with Napa City-County Library; Napa Valley Arts; and No Vacancy: Art on First, a new program launching Spring 2011. Membership offers benefits, such as discounts with partnering organizations and invitations to gala events, the arts and art programs throughout the County.
Blue Oak Lower School Campus 1436 Polk St, Napa, CA94559 The Lower School campus of the Blue Oak School teaches grades K-5. The campus is in the building of the old (and…More renovated) Washington Primary School, with an interior and exterior designs that combines the past with the present. The campus also has a library and multi-purpose building. The Lower School's curriculum is tailored to meet the needs of children and focuses on the areas of inquiry, thinking, learning and problem solving. Standardized grades and testing are avoided in this approach to elementary education. The curriculum teaches mathematics, literacy, Social Studies, technology, physical education, health, science, music, drama, the arts and Spanish. Anyone interested in learning more about the Blue Oak Lower School Campus is encouraged to visit its website for information about the school and its curriculum.
Napa Valley Museum 55 Presidents Cir, Yountville, CA94599 Napa Valley Museum is an art exhibition and historical gallery working to preserve the history of the area and educate…More the community. The museum offers various types of art exhibits throughout the year, as well as the history gallery which feature all types of artifacts and items, including statues, photographs, special objects and more. The museum offers numerous membership benefits as well as educational programs, tours and special events. Check the main website for a schedule of events or exhibits, or for details on membership.
The Napa Chamber of Commerce is an association based in Napa. The business federation brings together…More businesses, professionals, educational institutions, non-profits and religious institutions.</p>
<p>The Chamber offers employment listings, business resources, business counseling and labor law archives. Rates for membership are available on the Napa Chamber of Commerce website.</p>
<p>Napa Chamber Foundation is a non-profit organization made possible by a donation from the Napa Chamber of Commerce. Its mission is to promote a strong local economy, develop leadership with a dynamic and innovative vision of the future and link the business community in partnerships with educational, governmental and non-profit organizations.</p>
Allied Health Professionals 925 Golden Gate Dr, Napa, CA94558 Allied Health Professionals is a partnership specializing in somatics, massage and bodywork. Phil Shenk brings 30 years…More experience to the table with hands-on somatic education. He teaches people sensory motive re-education, and leads classes on how to sense and move in a natural and healthy way. The focus is on re-arranging his clients' minds and bodies to move toward flexibility and health. Shenk along with his wife, Sandra Lovelace, who owns Alternative Health Care Resources, a massage therapy practice, work together to address both body and mind. Allied Health Professionals was established in 1980.
Herbey Productions P.O. Box 3782, Yountville, CA94589 Herbey Productions is a full service audio and video production company serving Napa and the surrounding Northern…More California communities. The company offers a wide range of products including, ambiance and relaxation DVDs and CDs and photography prints. Some video production services include training videos,real estate videos, promotional videos, documentaries as well as educational and political campaign videos. Additional services include educational audio recording, voice-over recording and corporate video production. Check the main website for details on services or for numerous examples of past work or products.