Livermore High is one of two comprehensive high schools in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. It…More opened in 1891 with E.H. Walker as teacher and principal in one of the rooms of the Livermore Grammar School. The class of 1894 was the first to graduate from then Livermore Union High School, which previously was located on the site of what is now a Livermore Area Parks and Recreation District facility.</p>
<p>The school moved to its current location in 1930, starting with a new two-story building with 14 classrooms and an auditorium. The campus would see many additions over the years and now features classrooms in 15 different buildings and 28 portables. Darrel Avilla is the school principal.</p>
Our Savior Lutheran School 1385 S Livermore Ave, Livermore, CA94550 Administrated by Our Savior Lutheran Ministries, Our Savior Lutheran School is located on S Livermore Ave in Livermore.…More The school offers a strong academic, religious and arts curriculum for students from pre-school through eighth grade.
Livermore Gymnastics Center 4039 1st St, Livermore, CA94551 Livermore Gymnastics Center is located in downtown Livermore off of First Street. It's nestled in the back lot of the…More Commercial Business Center. Livermore Gymnastics caters to kids through high school age, with classes that include tumbling and general gymnastics. Check out the website to see the current class schedule.
Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory High School 2451 Portola Ave, Livermore, CA94551 Livermore Valley Charter Preparatory High School's curriculum is based on the California State Standards and admission…More to the University of California system. The school helps students prepare for college through reading, large-scale research papers and projects, lecture-format classes and testing. The school is structured into four academic majors with students choosing a course as they are entering ninth grade. Some extracurricular activities and athletics include drama club, model UN, student government, volleyball, cross country, cheering, baseball and more.
Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District District Offices 685 E Jack London Blvd, Livermore, CA94551 The Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District serves more than 13,000 students aged kindergarten through…More 12th-grade. It includes 9 elementary schools, 2 K-8 schools, 3 middle schools, 2 comprehensive high schools and 3 alternative schools. Kelly Bowers is the superintendent.
Dawn Schubert Photography 56 S Livermore Ave, Livermore, CA94550 Dawn Schubert Photography is located in Livermore and specializes in portrait photography. Her specialties babies, kids,…More high school seniors and families. Please see her website for a gallery of previous work and prices--or call to schedule a meeting.
The Livermore Adult Community Education is located at the Ed Rundstrom Learning Center. It shares the facility with…More the Vineyard Alternative School program.</p>
<p>Courses offered include: Adult Literacy High School Diploma, Art, Career Technical Education, Community Interest, Concurrent, Consumer Awareness, ESL/Citizenship, Finance, Foreign Language, GED, Healthcare, Oracle Classes, Parenting and Yoga.</p>
<p>Visit the school's Web site to view a course catalog.</p>
Vineyard Alternative School is located at the Rundstrom Learning Center. It is an independent home study program for…More students in grades 1 -12. The elementary program is designed to help parents who wish to instruct their children at home. Meanwhile, the high school program provides students the opportunity to create individual programs to meet their own interests and learning style.</p>
<p>Sheryl Howser is the school principal.</p>
<p><i>Source: Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District</i></p>
Del Valle High School 2253 5th St, Livermore, CA94550 Del Valle is a continuation high school in the Livermore Valley Joint Unified School District. It includes the Phoenix…More alternative high school program. Both schools focus on preparing students to transition to successful post-secondary-school lives. The high school is housed in an historic downtown building that was rebuilt in 1922. In 2005, it received wiring and electrical upgrades. The building features 11 classrooms, a multi-purpose room and cafeteria, a library and multimedia center, a new college and career center and multiple offices. Kat Hannah is the principal for both Del Valle and Phoenix.