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Sonoma, CA

Sonoma, CA




One of the richest of California's many cities in historic significance, Sonoma claims the home of Mariano Vallejo and the site where the Bear Flag was first raised to claim U.S. rights to California. However, most of the city's residential development occurred after World War II, shaping neighborhoods of suburban homes and neat lawns. While most of Sonoma does not resemble a page from the history book, home choices offer a pleasing mix of periods and styles, from Spanish architectural lines to Victorians, redwood contemporaries, and sprawling ranches. Sonoma manages to harmonize many aspects of work, play, and homelife that most communities tend to separate. Elements of old-fashioned country charm and modern suburbia are blended effortlessly into the cityscape, placing earthy farm scenes within a mile or two of downtown. The community's country roots can also be felt in the town square-a delightful retreat of duck ponds and playgrounds-surrounded by restaurants, shops, bookstores, and a movie theater. This "Valley of the Moon" is also renowned as the birthplace of California's wine industry, and Sebastiani runs its winery within a block of the mission. Nearby communities like Glen Ellen and Kenwood or Boyes Hot Springs are filled with wine-country delights such as fine restaurants, spas, and luxurious inns. Closer to home, sports and recreation programs combine with social and service clubs to fill the leisure hours of every age group.

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Nearby Schools of Sonoma, CA

gateway school (8-10)
17878 railroad ave
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: average
0 staff members 9 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +10% to +15%
sassarini elementary school (k-5)
652 5th st w
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 22 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
18 staff members 400 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -1% to -5%
creekside high school (9-12)
20000 broadway
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 17 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
3 staff members 52 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -5% to -10%
sonoma valley high school (9-12)
20000 broadway
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 15 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
90 staff members 1400 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +5% to +10%
adele harrison middle school (6-8)
1150 broadway
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 18 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
25 staff members 460 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -1% to -5%
prestwood elementary school (k-5)
343 e macarthur st
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 16 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
30 staff members 490 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +1% to +5%
st. john's lutheran elementary school (preschool-8)
3521 linda vista ave
napa, CA 94558
web Website 18 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
9 staff members 300 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
solo quest school and learning center - sonoma (9-12)
414 w napa st
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: average
1 staff members 7 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
st. francis solano school (k-8)
342 w napa st
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 16 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
14 staff members 238 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: No Change
sonoma valley christian school (k-8)
542 1st st e
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 9 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
1 staff members 10 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
sunrise montessori of napa valley (preschool-6)
1226 salvador ave
napa, CA 94558
web Website 7 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
13 staff members 120 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
sonoma valley academy, inc. (6-12)
276 e napa st
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: average
4 staff members 16 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:
the presentation school (k-8)
20872 broadway
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 11 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
10 staff members 180 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: No Change
crescent montessori school (preschool-preschool)
276 e napa st
sonoma, CA 95476
web Website 7 students per teacher Educational climate index: unclassified
3 staff members 24 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change:
young world of learning (preschool-1)
3765 oxford st
napa, CA 94558
web Website 5 students per teacher Educational climate index: unclassified
1 staff members 5 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change:
first christain school of napa (preschool-8)
2659 1st st
napa, CA 94558
web Website 7 students per teacher Educational climate index: average
25 staff members 200 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change:

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