Schools in Redwood Oaks

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School Districts in Redwood City

District Type Grade Span Schools Students
Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District ELEMENTARY K-8 7 3,380
Ravenswood City Elementary ELEMENTARY PK-12 8 4,296
Redwood City Elementary School District ELEMENTARY K-8 16 9,273
San Carlos Elementary ELEMENTARY PK-8 7 3,297
Sequoia Union High School District SECONDARY 7-12 6 8,947
San Mateo-Foster City UNIFIED K-8 20 11,204
San Mateo Union High School District SECONDARY 9-12 8 8,247
Woodside Elementary ELEMENTARY K-8 1 446
San Mateo County Office Of Education UNKNOWN K-12 483
San Mateo County Rop UNKNOWN 11-12

Schools in Redwood Oaks

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    7 Henry Ford Elementary School

    We've been at Henry Ford for almost 10 years and LOVE it! This little neighborhood gem used to be the best kept secret in town, but it's not a secret anymore. The teachers are kind and caring and work...

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    6 Selby Lane Elementary School

    They allow parents to request a teacher with their current teacher or administration. If you want a good class, make sure to find out which teacher is better or has more experience. That way you can...

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    6 Selby Lane Elementary School

    They allow parents to request a teacher with their current teacher or administration. If you want a good class, make sure to find out which teacher is better or has more experience. That way you can...

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    3 John F. Kennedy Middle School

    I believe in supporting the public school system and Kennedy Middle School is a school that needs better support from the community as it's had a poor reputation in the past, but has dramatically...

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    N/A Daytop Preparatory

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    7 Woodside High School

    The principal message on the website is at best wishful thinking if not an outright lie, to claim that learning is individualized when class size is over 30 and teachers are unavailable, is ludicrous....

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    N/A Daytop Preparatory

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    Private N/A