Belmont Schools

NEWS FLASH– Belmont Measures I and N Pass

By |November 3rd, 2010|

With a needed 55% voter approval for each measure both passed handily with each measure receiving well over 60% of the votes.
Measures I and N from the San Francisco Examiner: Five schools in Belmont would get new classrooms, repairs to leaky roofs and other improvements if voters approve two bond measures on the November ballot […]

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Belmont’s Nesbit School is Awarded the Coveted California Distinguished School Award

By |April 10th, 2008|

Belmont’s Nesbit School Receives Coveted Distinguished School Award
 
This is the thrid Belmont school to have received awards for their academic excellence.
This year the California Distinguished School award went to Nesbit School for reaching the milestone of overcoming significant academic challenges to be honored as the recipient of the award.
Previous awards went to Central Elementary […]

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Grand Jury Gives Carlmont High School a Lesson in Enrollment

By |December 24th, 2007|

The Civil Grand Jury directed Carlmont High Scholl to clarify its own open-enrollment program and limit the number of students who can transfer, increase capacity, or change school boundaries.
Carlmont is over its official capacity of 2,100 students. Administrators say the district’s use of open enrollment – which allows students to choose a school […]

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Help Us Go Green!

By |December 12th, 2007|

Help Us Go Green!
Help us continue to decrease the need for environmentally demanding postal mail while enriching our schools—all while keeping abreast of Belmont’s housing market and local issues.

For a limited time, for every verified email address we receive on our Newsletter Form we’ll donate $1.00 to Belmont’s School Force.*
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Belmont Central Elementary School Wins Coveted “Blue Ribbon” Award

By |December 5th, 2007|

Another affirmation of Belmont’s commitment to academic excellence was demonstrated as Central Elementary school was recognized as a “Blue Ribbon” school–part of the national “No Child Left Behind” program for achieving academic excellence. Belmont’s Central Elementary School was selected out of a possible 120,000 public and private schools nationwide—one of 24 which earned this honor […]

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Carlmont Wins Another Distinguished School Award

By |October 4th, 2007|

The schools in Belmont continue to receive accolades as Carlmont High School wins another distinguished school award as reported by the district.
The district went on to say, "Carlmont, Menlo-Atherton, and Sequoia are three out of the 95 high schools designated Distinguished Schools in the State of California.  Schools were eligible to apply for the […]

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Belmont’s School Force

By |September 17th, 2007|

Belmont’s School force needs your support. Whether or not you have children in the Belmont school system, great schools positively impact your life in many ways. Superior schools provide an environment which engages the student enriching our society as a whole. There is less crime and more community support in cities with excellent academic programs. […]

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