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  • Anthony Chabot Elementary School

    Anthony Chabot Elementary School is a public elementary school located in the Rockridge neighborhood near the northern border of Oakland, California. The school is operated by the Oakland Unified School District. Chabot provides classes for kindergarten through fifth grade ...

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  • Asian Branch Library

    The Asian Branch Library was founded in 1975 as part of a Federal Library Services Construction Act grant to create a model library serving the Asian community in Oakland with multilingual staff and collections. In 1978, the branch moved from its original location at the Par...

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  • Aurora School

    Our Mission Children Are Born Learners All children come to school excited about learning. At Aurora, we nurture this enthusiasm and energy by creating a school experience that closely matches the natural learning process and is aligned with current educational research....

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  • Bay Zen Center Ordinary Mind Zen School

    The Bay Zen Center offers a non-denominational approach to cultivating mindful awareness and presence in the activities of daily life. It is open to beginner and experienced practitioners and people of all traditions. Our practice is down-to-earth, practical, and centered in...

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  • Bret Harte Middle School

    Bret Harte Middle School is located in the Dimond/Laurel neighborhood. Students come from a large geographic area, making the student population one of the most ethnically and economically diverse in Oakland. Bret Harte's diverse community embraces mutual respect, hard work...

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  • Carl B. Munck Elementary School

    Carl Munck School is a place where everyone learns and everyone teachers. Our mission is to provide ALL students with a positive and challenging learning environment which empowers them to become responsible and productive citizens of our world....

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  • Castlemont Community of Small Schools

    Castlemont was founded in 1929. The original building was built in medieval style, so the first class of students to enter its halls adopted the names and traditions of the age of Knights and castles. Most important, they adopted its ideals and its chivalry. Chivalry was ...

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  • Crocker Highlands Elementary School

    Mission The mission of Crocker Highlands is to cultivate a vibrant learning community where all children achieve their full academic potential, discover their unique gifts and talents, and become thoughtful participants in school and community. Vision Crocker Highlands...

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  • Dimond Branch Library

    The first Dimond Branch officially opened January 7, 1915, following a year of library service offered on a volunteer basis by the Fruitvale Women's Club. It occupied four different sites before moving to the present location. The current Dimond Branch opened in 1980, at 356...

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  • Eastmont Branch Library

    History The Eastmont Branch opened on the corner of Parker and MacArthur Blvd. in 1945. In 1983, the Baymont and Eastmont branches were consolidated in a 500-square foot kiosk in the Eastmont Mall. With a growing clientele, a full service, 9500 Square ...

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  • Henry J. Kaiser Junior Elementary School

    Henry J. Kaiser, Jr. School strives to provide a complete academic program in a stimulating and creative learning environment where all can feel respected, valued and safe. We seek to impart the necessary skills for student excellence and to produce well rounded, reflective,...

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  • Holy Names University

    Situated on 60 wooded acres high in the Oakland hills, our campus provides beautiful views of the San Francisco Bay and a close-knit, supportive environment that allows for intense learning and personal development. Holy Names University has been named a 2004 "Best Value: A ...

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  • Joaquin Miller School

    Joaquin Miller School is a K-5 elementary school nestled among evergreens in the Montclair district in the foothills of Oakland. It is one of 90 public schools in the Oakland Unified School District. In 1989 Joaquin Miller was recognized as a California Distinguished School....

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  • Lafayette School Mentoring Project

    The Lafayette School Mentoring Project is a one-to-one site based, after-school mentoring program in which volunteers work with elementary school students in both a mentoring and academic enrichment context. Volunteers generally come once a week M-Thursday for 1.5 hours....

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  • Lakeview Branch Library

    History Lakeview Branch Library opened in 1949 and was built with bond money raised in 1945. Lakeview was designed by Miller and Warnecke Architectural Firm and constructed by Harry K. Jensen and cost $45,274. Built through the efforts of the community, Oakland residents ...

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  • Lighthouse Community Charter School

    The mission of the Lighthouse Community Charter School (LCCS) is to prepare a diverse, K-12 student population for higher education or the career of their choice by equipping each child with the skills, knowledge, and tools to become a self-motivated, competent, lifelong lea...

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  • LincolnUniversity

    The mission of Lincoln University is to provide a synthesis of innovative and traditional education leading to outstanding professional opportunities for American and International students. Educational programs for graduate and undergraduate studies, as well as certificate ...

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  • Merritt College

    Nestled in the hills above San Francisco Bay, Merritt College offers students the opportunity to study in one of the most dramatic natural settings in Northern California. With a panoramic view that includes striking vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge and Pacific Ocean, Merrit...

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  • Mills College

    Mills is an independent liberal arts college for women with graduate programs for women and men. The College educates students to think critically and communicate responsibly and effectively, to accept the challenges of their creative visions, and to acquire the knowledge an...

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  • Mills College

    Founded in 1852 and established in Oakland, California, in 1871, Mills College is an independent liberal arts college for women, with graduate programs for women and men. As the first women's college west of the Rockies, Mills is one of the oldest institutions of higher educ...

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