Kenilworth Junior High School 800 Riesling Rd, Petaluma, CA94954 Kenilworth Junior High School occupies a new and boldly designed school facility on Reisling Road on Petaluma's east…More side. The new school has been open there since 2005. The history of the prior incarnation of Kenilworth Junior High dates back to 1953. Kenilworth is one of six middle schools in the Petaluma Joint Union High School District.
St. Vincent de Paul High School 849 Keokuk St, Petaluma, CA94952 This small, private Catholic high school has 320 students and offers a full religious curriculum. It's considered a…More college-prep high school, with many students taking college level courses. The school is part of the St. Vincent de Paul Church and dates back to 1917.
Crossroads Community Day School 700 Bantam Way, Petaluma, CA94952 Crossroads Community Day school is a middle school continuation program located on the Petaluma Junior High School…More campus. Though it was founded in 2000, this is only its second year at its current location. It is a free program for seventh, eighth and ninth graders that offers an alternative method of fulfilling junior high requirements and moving on to high school. The school offers a daily lunch program. Crossroads Community Day school is currently at about 50% of its capacity.
Carpe Diem High School 199 Fair St, Petaluma, CA94952 Run by Principal Rusty Sims, Carpe Diem is an alternative continuation high school located adjacent to Petaluma High…More School. It offers a smaller classroom environment for students who have failed in traditional setting and more one-on-one attention.
Sonoma Mountain High School 299 Casa Grande Rd, Petaluma, CA94954 Sonoma Mountain High School provides a program that is an alternative route to graduation. It is located on the Casa…More Grande High School campus and students can use the Casa Grande cafeteria. The building's surroundings include a well-manicured walkway, garden and mural.
St. James Parish School of Religion 125 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy, Petaluma, CA94954 The St. James Parish School of Religion accepts preschool through high school students and teaches them about the…More Catholic Church. It encourages children to participate within their community and their church. The registration deadline is Sept. 1. A special program is offered for children so that, if need be, they can be baptized or receive Sacraments of Reconciliation or Eucharist before enrolling in the school. The office is closed for the month of July. The school participates in an off-site vacation Bible school during the summer.
San Antonio High School 500 Vallejo St, Petaluma, CA94952 San Antonio is a continuation high school that focuses on individualized instruction in a smaller setting. It has only…More 125 students and hosts a teen parent program and adult education courses onsite.
One of the largest schools in town, Petaluma High School has 1,600 students and 85 teachers. It offers a wide variety…More of electives from French and Spanish to animation and computer graphics to horticulture. After-school sports include football, cross country, soccer, volleyball, tennis, swimming and more.
In 2004, the school won a grant that allowed it to establish Smaller Learning Communities, in which students are exposed to the sciences, language and history with real-life applications based on their interests. Students also run the Petaluma Wildlife Museum, open on the weekends. The school received an 808 on the Growth Academic Performance Index (API) score in 2010.
Casa Grande High School was founded in the 1970s and today educates nearly 1,800 students. It has a 93 percent…More graduation rate and about 33 percent Latino students, including 18 percent English learners. The school prides itself in a rigorous curriculum where students meet in "small learning communitites," cluster groups with different subject concentrations including marketing and media, green technology, health careers and liberal studies to better prepare themselves for the workplace.
The school is led by principal Linda Scheele and received 791 on the 2010 Growth API score, exceeding its target by more than 15 points.
St. Vincent de Paul High School 849 Keokuk St, Petaluma, CA94952 St. Vincent de Paul High School is a private Catholic educational institution which provides instruction for students…More in grades nine through 12. Some lessons and activities include English, math, social studies, science, fine arts, religious studies, algebra, geometry, physics, biology and chemistry. It also offers AP classes and a variety of athletic programs.
Cinnabar Elementary School is one of the oldest schools in Petaluma, established in 1859, just a year after the…More founding of the city. It's located in North Petaluma, with sweeping views of nearby ranches and rolling hills.
The K-6 school has a high number of Latino students and offers adult programs for Latinos, such as computer training, as well as sports, Girl Scouts and other after-school activities. Cinnabar received a score of 753 on the Academic Progress Index (API) Growth in 2010, missing its target goal.