California EMS Academy 656 Bair Island Rd, Redwood City, CA94063 California EMS Academy offers education on Emergency Medical Services, including paramedic, SCLS, nurse to paramedic,…More EMT, international trauma life support, national registry and presceptor courses. The school is located on Bair Island Rd., east of Highway 101, though classes are available off-site by request.
San Mateo County Office of Education 101 Twin Dolphin Dr, Redwood City, CA94065 The County Office of Education is an educational service agency serving all 24 school districts in San Mateo County,…More including the three in Redwood City: Sequoia Union High School District, Redwood City Elementary School District, and the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District. The office serves as the liaison between the California Department of Education and local districts. Over 9,000 personnel provide support and monitoring to school districts in: business management, financial auditing, data processing, payroll accounting, human resources, legal services, school district boundaries, state financial standards, and teacher credential registration. It provides Special Education Services, Student Services Division, and Internal Business Services.
ApexCare 1735 E Bayshore Rd, Ste 3B, Redwood CIty, CA94063 With multiple locations throughout California, ApexCare provides the community with a variety of elder care services.…More The company offers the convenience of in-home care and the assurance of an emergency response system, as well as training and education services.
Redwood City Child Development Center 2600 Middlefield Rd, Redwood City, CA94063 Redwood City Child Development Center is a non-profit organization offering child care services for kids ages one to…More five. It is funded by the California State Department of Education and features a curriculum designed to foster the social and academic development of kids through group and individual learning opportunities.
Open Gate Nursery School 2124 Brewster Ave, Redwood City, CA94062 Open Gate Nursery School is a parent-education cooperative preschool. The school emphasizes the important role of…More the parent and involves parents in every aspect of the child's education. Parent-education schools associated with the Sequoia Adult School are also available. Parents can learn about child development and other cognitive psychology. Nursery care is offered for students' younger siblings. The school is a member of the California Council of Parent Participation Nursery Schools. The school is a nut-free school and welcomes children with nut or other allergies.
RPNS is a nonprofit, parent education, cooperative preschool that relies heavily on family involvement. The…More school is associated with the Sequoia District Adult Education program, a member of the California Council of Parent Participation Nursery Schools, and a member of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
At RPNS, there are myriad activities so children are exposed to various experiences, materials and programs. There is structured large and small group play and also free time. With the variety of activities, children can enjoy their freedom but also gain comfort in a routine schedule.
The Sequoia Center is a Northern California drug and alcohol treatment and recovery center. For more than 30 years,…More it has treated San Francisco Bay Area adults and families suffering from the harmful effects of drug and alcohol abuse.
The Sequoia Center offers myriad services and rehabilitation programs, including Intervention, Assessment & Referral, Medical Detoxification, Mental Health, Residential Treatment, Day Treatment, Intensive Evening Outpatient Programs, Family Program, Education Program, as well as a Continuing Care Program. People can even stay overnight at the centers.
Redwood High School is the continuation high school that works in conjunction with the other four high schools in…More Redwood City. It offers classes for students behind in their credits to ensure that they graduate on time. At the school, teachers provide a more tailored education with the understanding that not all students learn the same way.
Enrollment is limited and students must be enrolled in work experience or another education or vocational program like ROP or OICW. Students age 16 to 18 can apply upon recommendation from a counselor and an administrator from one of the other four high schools. Parents can also initiate an enrollment request for their student. They can earn credits from any community college as well. Every month students are evaluated and must earn a certain number of points from academic performance, attendance and work experience.
From 2000 to 2005, it was a State of California Model Continuation High School awardee.
One hundred percent of Summit Prep students pass the California High School Exit Exam and 96 percent go on to a…More four-year college. Some of the more distinct "non-negotiable" principles are a perfect college acceptance record, a heterogeneous student body that doesn't "track" students on separate tracks and the random lottery system.
Summit Prep was featured in the acclaimed movie "Waiting for Superman," in which the movie tracks five students through their educational journey, one of which is a Summit High attendee. Each grade level is limited to 100 students and the maximum classroom size is 25. Each student has a dedicated mentor, who mentors a maximum of 18 students and meets with each for 10 minutes a day and a two-hour session once a week. Mentors develop Personalized Learning Plans (PLP) with each student to stay on track to get accepted to college.