Bel Aire Park Elementary School 3580 Beckworth Dr, Napa, CA94558 This K-5 campus on Napa's north side is a magnet school offering an International Baccalaureate curriculum. It's part of…More 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 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.
Vista 360 at Pueblo Vista Elementary School 1600 Barbara Rd, Napa, CA94558 At this "environmental science magnet school," kids study Napa's river, creeks, soil, plants and wildlife in greater…More depth each year. Like other schools in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Vista 360 at Pueblo Vista accepts children from throughout Napa, Yountville and American Canyon through the district's open-enrollment policy.
Vichy Elementary School 3261 Vichy Ave, Napa, CA94558 This rural Napa school attracts plenty of families from inside the city limits. The open-enrollment policy of the Napa…More Valley Unified School District allows parents living anywhere in Napa to choose their child's school during the semi-annual open-enrollment period held a few weeks before the start of each semester.
Salvador Elementary School 1850 Salvador Ave, Napa, CA94558 The northernmost campus inside Napa's city limits, Salvador Elementary is a traditional K-5 school in the Napa Valley…More Unified School District. Salvador has been named a California Distinguished School in 1995, 2004 and 2008, and earned the Title I Achievement Award in 2005 and 2007.
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.
Alta Heights Elementary School 15 Montecito Blvd, Napa, CA94559 This Eastside Napa campus is the "home of the Gators" and also of Gretel, the school's therapy dog. Like other campuses…More in the Napa Valley Unified School District, Alta Heights has been renovated with voter-approved bond funding.
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.
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.
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.
Napa Valley Unified School District Education Center and Distric 2425 Jefferson St, Napa, CA94558 It's been the headquarters of the Napa Valley Unified School District for generations now, but this Beaux Arts-style…More landmark at the corner of Jefferson Street and Lincoln Avenue was originally built in 1922 as Napa Union High School. Many older Napans remember attending classes there in the half-century before the "new" Napa High went up next door. As the old school aged, it was pronounced unsafe for student use apart from the District Auditorium, which itself was heavily damaged in the 2000 earthquake. For much of the 1990s, the Education Center was painted a startling "Caltrans yellow," until community members and businesses chipped in to restore its historic exterior. Facilities bonds approved by district voters in the 2000s helped modernize the building's interior and restore the District Auditorium to community use. The school board holds its regular public meetings in the south wing of the building.
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.
Redwood Middle School 3600 Oxford St, Napa, CA94558 One of Napa's largest middle schools, Redwood is located just off of Redwood Road west of Highway 29 in north Napa. Its…More playing fields are among the best in the county, thanks in large part to the Oakland Raiders pro football team, which uses the school for its summer training camp and pays to maintain the turf. Redwood's dress code is among the strictest in the Napa Valley Unified School District, a policy school officials say helps keep students safe by prohibiting any garb that might denote a gang affiliation.