Oak Crest Middle School 675 Balour Dr, Encinitas, CA92024 Oak Crest Middle School is a California Distinguished School in the San Dieguito Union High School District for…More seventh and eighth grade students. In 2010, Oak Crest Middle School underwent a $7.5 million renovation to its infrastructure, grounds and facilities. Classes start each day at 7:40am. Visit the school's website for more information.
Rancho Encinitas Academy 910 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA92024 Rancho Encinitas Academy enrolls students from kindergarten through eighth grade at the two-acre campus it shares with…More Edison Academy. The private school has a curriculum strong on reading, writing and math while promoting good citizenship and character building. The tranquil setting provides a stress-free environment conductive to learning, complete with a bird aviary and bunny hunches. Students often eat outside with other classes and have a choice of three play areas. Each class has a maximum of 20 students, supervised by a certified teacher and teacher's aide. After-care services are available until 5:30pm for an extra fee. Yearly tuition is $11,000.
Edison Academy 910 Encinitas Blvd, Encinitas, CA92024 Edison Academy was founded in 1990 by Linda Wulle, a special education teacher. The small, private school is designed to…More help students who have learning differences succeed and excel in the classroom. After five years of growth and by popular demand, the school opened a regular mainstream private school called Rancho Encinitas Academy. Both schools operate on the same grounds. Students from the two schools interact with one another for sports, recess, field trips and more. Offering a homey experience, Edison Academy runs classes for students in grades three through eight and employs five highly qualified teachers.
Encinitas Country Day School 3616 Manchester Ave, Encinitas, CA92024 Encinitas Country Day School's 12-acre campus is in a picturesque setting that overlooks the Escondido Creek. Currently…More students from kindergarten through eighth grade attend, but future plans include a high school campus. Elementary students are taught an expanded Montessori program that includes art, geography, music, history, botany, zoology and physical sciences. Middle school students are organized into groups of 16 or fewer that share the same schedule, homeroom class and supervisor. Each class has indoor and outdoor learning environments. The campus has a vegetable garden, orchard and a large sports field.