San Dieguito Academy 800 Santa Fe Dr, Encinitas, CA92024 San Dieguito Academy is known within the community as a "school of choice," due to the high level of education provided…More and the success rate of the students. The school features large buildings painted white and navy blue (the school colors) and a lush green landscape. The public school is open to all applications, utilizing a lottery system in accepting and enrolling students. Multiple athletic programs, art classes, student clubs and an active alumni association are available.
The Grauer School is a college preparatory school. It offers a wide variety of hands-on classes. The…More school teaches children in grades sixth through 12th. </p>
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Flora Vista Elementary School 1690 Wandering Rd, Encinitas, CA92024 Established in 1979, Flora Vista Elementary School has been recognized three times as a California Distinguished…More School. The public school provides instruction for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. It also offers early intervention and YMCA preschool programs. In addition to traditional academics, it provides computer, dance and music programs.
Ada Harris Elementary School 1508 Windsor Rd, Cardiff, CA92007 Ada Harris Elementary School is a public school in the Cardiff School District. It serves children in grades 3-6 with a…More traditional curriculum designed to prepare students for middle school and beyond. The school emphasizes the use of technology in its teaching methods, and all classrooms are equipped with LCD projectors, computers and document cameras. Students also have access to a technology lab and video editing software.
Encinitas Learning Center 543 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA92024 The Encinitas Learning Center is a certified non-public private school that caters to second- through eighth-graders…More with learning difficulties. Technologies aimed to increase students' learning capacities -- Fast ForWord, PACE, BEST and Interactive Metronome -- help the children excel in an educational environment. Founder and codirector Lynda Newcomb has more than 35 years of special-education experience and holds numerous academic and technological certifications.
Recycled Products Cooperative provides its members with the finest recycled and environmentally friendly…More office products. Its inventory includes copy paper, folders, pens, highlighters, pencils, paper clips, trash cans, recycling bins, labels, mail room materials, calendars, binders, briefcases, staplers, ink cartridges, USB flash drives, organic coffee and more.</p>
<p>Co-op membership is open to businesses, public entities and individuals. Members come from both public and private sectors and include public schools, banks, service providers, retailers, manufacturers, hospitals, cities, counties, universities, non-profits and more. There are no membership fees and your satisfaction is 100 percent guaranteed.</p>
Founded in 1939, the Encinitas Rotary Club is a service organization that fundraises for various causes, supports…More local school systems and participates in community service projects. Members of the club include past mayors and city council members, public and private education leaders and representatives from local commercial businesses. </p>
<p>Some of the most well-known Rotary service activities include the annual Encinitas Rotary Cup Soccer Tournament and Encinitas Rotary Wine Festival. The Encinitas Rotary Club also contributes to Rotary International projects, such as the eradication of polio.</p>