CodeREV Kids was born out of a desire to fill a need in education, a need to provide a true, comprehensive technology education in a fun environment.
Founded in 1983 and the first of its kind in the nation, the Crowden School is a coeducational day school for grades four through eight, providing a distinguished academic program with chamber music at the core.
At Galileo, our mission is to develop innovators who envision and create a better world. By teaching kids to unlock their unique vision and creative confidence, they can turn their ideas into reality.
This summer, your child can explore a top campus, make friends as they master new tech skills, and join a community of more than 275,000 alumni.
Mad Science of the Bay Area serves Santa Clara County, San Mateo County, and portions of Alameda County. We bring phenomenal science edu-tainment to YOU!
TechKnowHow offers Winter & Summer Day Camps focused on Technology, Computers, Robotics and Engineering with LEGO® elements and Programming/Coding. The fun and enriching program is available to students, ages 5-15, in the San Francisco Bay Area.
We teach ages 3 to adult in private lessons with expert instruction. Your child will have the reward of learning how to edge, when to pressure, and all the little things that make a big difference in skiing skills.
BlockSchool is the premier online coding school for kids ages 6-13. We host live classes over video chat between computer science teachers from top schools and companies like Stanford and Facebook, and kids who want to learn!
Discover the Universe One Experiment at a Time!
~1st through 8th grade
~Before and after care available
~Hands-on labs, projects, free play, and camp assemblies
Exciting math and science camps in four Bay Area locations!
EFBA is a non profit organization promoting French/English bilingualism in the San Francisco Bay Area for children ages 5 -14 through: AfterSchool classes, Summer Camps, Cultural Programs in French.
The Hayward Area Historical Society joins with people of all ages in the celebration of the diverse heritage of our community.
Archway School is an independent middle school serving grades 5-8 located at the corner of Virginia and Milvia streets in Berkeley, near both Shattuck and University avenues.
At Oakland Montessori School, we help young children build a strong foundation for success and creativity in a culturally diverse community.
The Nanny Whisperer seeks to change the way families find great nannies by evaluating a match based on core values held by both parties, instead of simply matching time schedules. We believe that the individual caring for your loved ones should sh...
The curriculum and instructional practices at Horrall School are aligned with California State and national recommendations for quality schools and with the District's Standards of Excellence.
The Alameda Library Foundation was created in 1998 to ensure that Library services will be available for many years to come, and that our libraries remain the vibrant, meaningful centers of community that they are today.
Kindergarten begins with lots of music-game based learning tied to sound, rhythm and pitch recognition. Students learn to play the pre-recorder.
It is our goal to have an atmosphere that is welcoming and comfortable, and safe for all as well as one that is conducive to the proper use of the Library.
Brisbane Library offers a unique and intimate setting in the heart of downtown Brisbane, just south of San Francisco and experience a relaxing environment, music and the bustle of a vibrant community gathered together on weekday afternoons.
Located in San Bruno, California, Crestmoor Elementary School has always prided it self on a great education with a great faculty.
Crestmoor High School opened in San Bruno, California in September 1962 to relieve congestion at Capuchino High School and Mills High School. It was the seventh high school to be built by the San Mateo Union High School District.
The Excelsior Branch Library was the 10th branch established in the San Francisco Public Library system. Initially a "library station", the first branch library was installed in rental quarters at 7 Bauer Street.
The Grand Avenue Branch Libraries offer the use of computers with Internet access, Microsoft Word and Excel, wireless Internet access, subscription databases, DVDs, Blu-rays, CDs and children’s CD ROMs.
The new Ingleside Branch opened on September 12, 2009. The neighborhood was served by "library station" at several locations, including 422 Holloway Avenue, 1612 Ocean Avenue and 387 Ashton Avenue.
The Daly City Public Library provides library services to the residents of the City of Daly City (population 101,123 -U.S. Census 2010). Daly City is the largest city in San Mateo County and is located immediately south of the City and County of S...
The Noe Valley/Sally Brunn Branch Library was the seventh branch established in the San Francisco Public Library system. The first Noe Valley Branch building was located at 1308 Castro Street.
The North Beach Branch Library was originally located at the site of the Chinatown Branch. That branch was renamed in 1958 and a new North Beach Branch was erected at 2000 Mason Street next to Joe DiMaggio Playground.
The library is family-focused in its collections and services offering numerous storytimes weekly and Family Movie Nights, music programs, and a thriving vegetable garden created by library staff and used by local schools as a teaching tool for su...
Park Branch opened on October 29th, 1909, and is the oldest existing San Francisco Public Library building. Park Branch was built with City funds: $7,000 for the land and $27,000 for the building.
The new branch houses an expanded second floor with City views, new accessible restrooms, a program room with after-hours access for community meetings, new elevator and stairs and many more new features!