Palisades Continuation High School 1507 Grant St, Calistoga, CA94515-1315 Palisades Continuation High School is a public charter school maintained by the district. The school offers students age…More 16 through 18 years old an alternative to the traditional high school curriculum and experience. The school has a curriculum that promotes personal growth and development with an individualized, self-paced format complemented by whole-class lessons.
Napa High School 2475 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94558 Napa High is the "Home of the Indians" and the rival of Vintage High. The Jefferson Street campus is located next door…More to the original Napa Union High School (now the headquarters of the Napa Valley Unified School District) and home to a community swimming pool that is open to the public during the summer months.
Vintage High School 1375 Trower Ave, Napa, CA94558 Built in the 1970s, Vintage High is still the city of Napa's "new" high school in comparison with its older rival…More across town, Napa High. Facilities bonds passed by Napa voters have modernized the school's sprawling campus, which commands a sweeping view of Mt. George and Napa's other eastern hills. A California Distinguished School, Vintage High is a part of the Napa Valley Unified School District, which serves more than 17,000 students in Napa, Y0untville, American Canyon and the unincorporated areas of southern Napa County.
Napa Christian 2201 Pine St, Napa, CA94559 Napa Christian is a Seventh-day Adventist school with grade levels from K through 12. It was founded in 1949 as Napa…More Adventist Junior Academy, and in 1993 changed its name to Napa Christian. It offers a standard academic curriculum in addition to teaching religious principles. School-wide there are 159 students. There are 40 high schoolers. Many high schoolers like sharing a school with their younger counterparts because it gives them an opportunity to be role models. Five high school students graduated in 2011 -- the school's seventh graduating high school class.
New Technology High School 920 Yount St, Napa, CA94559 One of Napa's oldest school sites is now the home of its most modern high school. "New Tech," as it has been known since…More its founding in 1997, has been so successful in its mission to "prepare students to excel as responsible citizens in an information-based, technologically advanced world" that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has invested millions of dollars to reproduce the Napa school's program in other communities. New Tech is officially classified as an alternative school in the Napa Valley Unified School District.
Harvest Middle School 2449 Old Sonoma Rd, Napa, CA94558 Napa's newest middle school was reborn from the ashes of the city's last junior high, Ridgeview, which closed its doors…More decades ago. The once-crumbling westside campus has been completely modernized with funding from facilities bonds approved by Napa voters in the 2000s and is now home to two schools: Harvest, a traditional middle school in the Napa Valley Unified School District and River School, the district's only charter middle school.
Valley Oak High School 1600 Myrtle Ave, Napa, CA94558 The only continuation high school in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Valley Oak--formerly called Temescal, from…More the native word for "sweat lodge,"--offers an alternative path to graduation for teens who are falling behind in the district's comprehensive schools. The state-approved curriculum includes a focus on careers and the arts. Valley Oak teachers and students are on a first-name basis with each other, and staffers even call to check in on students who don't arrive at the start of the school day.
Calistoga Junior/Senior High School 1608 Lake St, Calistoga, CA94515 Calistoga Junior/Senior High School is the public secondary school for the city. It is the home of the Wildcats,…More and has instructed generations of citizens and residents for nearly a century. The school has a core curriculum in science, mathematics, English, social sciences and world language. It has AP courses for English, Calculus, Biology, United States History and Art. It additionally offers online university learning opportunities. CJSHS is helmed by Principal Richard Savage.
St. Helena High School 1401 Grayson Ave, Saint Helena, CA94574 St. Helena High School provides secondary education for students in ninth through twelfth grade, instilling them with a…More solid academic foundation as well as the skills to interact socially on both local and global scales. Various advanced placement courses are offered, as are a number of clubs, athletic teams and extracurricular activities. Located in Napa Valley near a number of agricultural businesses, the school also features an agricultural program.
High Tech Burrito 641 Trancas St, Napa, CA94558 Modestly priced, but with a great variety of flavors, High Tech Burrito is a popular lunch spot for local high schools…More and Napa's workers. Well accustomed to dealing with numerous customers at once, the wait is never very long. There are a few small tables inside the restuarant and ample seating in the outdoor pavilion.
Le Melange Academy of Hair & Esthetics 931 Coombs St, Napa, CA94559 Le Melange is a Napa Valley school of hair, nail, and other esthetic programs. Students are taught the basics and then…More perfect their skills on real customers. Walk-ins are welcome. In addition to the school, a number of high-end products are available for sale to the general public. The school is conveniently located in downtown Napa.
Sweet Sisters Driving School 2977 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94558 Sweet Sisters is Napa's favorite driving school. The school features numerous cars and works both with high schoolers…More and adults who are looking for driving lessons. Sweet Sisters will work with your schedule and teach you the best behavior on the road.
Napa Valley Alternative School 1400 Menlo Ave, Napa, CA94558 Napa Valley Alternative School is a specialty public school. The institution is a voluntary, independent study-based…More school alternative for students who do not wish to or would otherwise not be able to attend a traditional class setting. The school offers numerous programs for students in kindergarten through grade twelve, including courses in English, mathematics, writing, geometry, algebra, world history and US history, among others. The school also offers numerous electives for high school students, including creative writing, photography, art, history through film, fitness and calligraphy.