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."
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.
West Park Elementary School 2315 W Park Ave, Napa, CA94558 West Park's eagle mascot watches over its students, who have their very own "Garden of Dreams" on campus. Like every…More other school in the Napa Valley Unified School District, West Park has been thoroughly updated with funds from facilities bonds approved by district voters. For more information about the K to 5th grade school, see their website.
Yountville Elementary School 6554 Yount St, Yountville, CA94599-1271 Yountville Elementary School is a public school within the Napa Valley Unified School District serving students in…More kindergarten through sixth grade. It aims to help students in their academic and social development so they can become lifelong learners, ethical citizens and creative leaders. The school is a California Distinguished School. After-school care programs are available.