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Homework is set throughout the Primary School, at an age-appropriate

level. This may be reading or spelling, or a research-based task. Older

children will get more regular homework. All homework should be

given priority and done under the supervision of parents, who should

check the general standard and neatness. In addition, there may be

times when children are asked to complete a task at home that was

started in school.

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All Secondary School pupils have set homework each day. Year 7 will start with up to 20-30 minutes per subject per night, and this will increase each year until Years 10 and 11, who will be expected to spend up to 45 minutes per subject per night. Each day pupils may receive set homework for up to 3 subjects per night. See the Homework Diary for 2022/23 here . Homework is set on Microsoft Teams, and can be viewed there, via an individual pupil's login, by clicking on the 'Assignments' tab.

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At the King’s School, we believe that learning is complimented by a good, well-managed homework programme which aims to help children and young people to continue to develop the skills and attitudes they need for successful lifelong learning.

Homework is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop their independent learning, showing an understanding of the work set and essential subject skills. Homework can take many forms, such as preparation for a new topic or application of a concept, but will be set appropriate to the ability of the students with feedback provided to support progress.

Homework is set on the 'Show My Homework' platform, which provides students with a comprehensive to-do list with a clear schedule that will support students in managing their time effectively, whilst providing parents with a tool to help support their child.

At the King’s School we appreciate that the transition from primary to secondary can bring many challenges to our new Year 7 students. To support these students in developing good study habits and time management, they only receive homework from the 3 core subjects, Maths, English and Science for the first half term of Year 7.

You will find homework timetables for pupils in Years 7 to 11 at the sections below.  Further details of work set can be found at  Show My Homework .

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Homework is an essential part of the curriculum.

The homework set at The King’s School will contain an element of independent study and is an important part in raising student achievement. Students will be provided with a wide variety of homework tasks which will be relevant and timely to their needs at that particular point in the academic year. These may involve extended research, completion of an exercise started in class, preparatory work for forthcoming tasks in lessons, practical work to further develop skills and understanding in a subject or, particularly in preparation for internal or external exams, revision.

Students may also receive homework which cover a number of weeks e.g. projects/research tasks and revision which may take two or more weeks to complete.

Further details of our homework policy can be found in our Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting, Homework, Literacy and Numeracy Policy.

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Students in elementary school are curious about life, eager to experiment and learn new things, and excited to share their knowledge with others. Our teachers foster a culture of creativity, collaboration, analytical thinking, problem solving, and social responsibility.


At King’s, one lesson builds upon another so knowledge is gained systematically and skills are acquired according to a child’s developmental level. We teach facts and figures, but more than that, we teach children how to think and how to learn.  

At King’s, knowledge is gained systematically and skills are acquired as one lesson build upon another according to a child’s developmental level.

Specialists in Fine Arts, Spanish, Physical & Health Sciences, Social Responsibility, Life Skills, Technology, and Robotics all add a variety and depth to our curriculum.

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Our goal at King’s is to teach, mentor, equip, and disciple students to be in relationship with Jesus Christ. We do this through teaching biblical literacy, equipping students to embrace their identity in Christ, and discipleship. Our teachers are called, caring individuals that believe and have professed their personal faith in Jesus Christ. The King’s educational experience distinguishes the Bible as supreme authority in life and equips our students to be leaders able to live out their faith as a practical demonstration of God’s love.

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Our goal is to teach students to communicate accurately and effectively. Literacy is our top priority as students learn to spell through phonetic awareness and structural spelling patterns, write creatively and persuasively, listen and speak with intentionality, access resources through research, and become comfortable with the library system while gaining a love of reading. Spanish adds another dimension of literacy and cultural appreciation for our students.

Science: With inquiry-based strategies and increasing complexity, students gain investigative skills as they study God’s creation – the earth, solar system, animals, and human body.

Technology: Students learn increasingly complex programs and skills through assigned projects that teach them how to use technology.

Engineering: From simple machines to Robotics, students learn to design, construct, implement, and systematize while participating in activities such as Geocaching, Mindstorm robots, and real-world challenges.

Mathematics: Skills and concepts in arithmetic are learned in ability-based math groups leading to an understanding of increasingly higher mathematics, problem-solving, and critical thinking.

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Social Studies: Students learn the history and geography of the world, gain an understanding of the United States government, and engage in other cultures through research, drama, and art.

Health Sciences and Physical Education: Students learn the elements of a healthy lifestyle, increase physical skills and fitness, and gain skills in teamwork, cooperation and communication through sports, games, and activities.

Life Skills and Social Responsibility: Students learn to communicate effectively, navigate challenges socially, engage with digital media in an ethical and safe way, and behave with respect and kindness toward others.

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Students actively participate in creative art forms and gain art literacy as they learn about the history, genres, and styles of art.

Students participate in vocal music throughout elementary school and instrumental music in grades 4-6. Basic skills are introduced with opportunity for growth and mastery throughout their elementary experience.

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King’s Kids Club (KKC) is a before and after school program that warmly welcomes King’s families with children between ages 5-12. By providing a familiar and convenient on-campus program, King’s parents can rest easy knowing their children are academically, socially, and spiritually engaged before and after school. Students love spending time with their friends at KKC and often ask their parents to allow them to come.

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Students engage in innovative, enriching lab opportunities in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Math, Robotics, Art, and Music. Team taught, every lab enhances and inspires students though hands-on inquiry. Parents are encouraged to participate, observe, and assist teachers. Students STEM-ologists in K-3 rotate as a class through 2 creative labs and 4-6 self-select labs from courses taught by teachers and specialists. Sample labs include:

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Students help and serve locally, regionally, and globally. This connects their faith to real life needs and solutions with the goal of developing lifelong habits of empathy and generosity. Our service opportunities include:

Each grade level participates in field trips that enhance the curriculum they are studying and help students see real-world applications to what they are learning in the classroom.

Students have the opportunity to develop new friendships and experience cultural immersion experiences at MeySen Academy in Japan, Joy Language School in Korea, and Baja Christian Ministries in Mexico.

We value authentic learning by partnering with local, regional, national, and worldwide organizations. Students connect with leaders in their fields of expertise, equipping them with tools for tomorrow’s challenges. These include:

We know all students have leadership potential and lead by participating in a wide variety of opportunities. These include:

Each grade level hosts events for parents and students to participate in, including open houses, information nights, clubs, teams, concerts, KIDS Praise, Robotics and other grade appropriate activities.


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At King's School we seek to ensure that all we do is driven by our core value of love. Love necessitates respect for all; a responsible approach to all our actions and interactions; and the demonstration of forgiveness.

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These values permeate everything we do and are evident in the atmosphere and day to day operation of the school.

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At Kings our aim is to ensure that every student receives a comprehensive careers education to assist them to develop employability skills and knowledge of available pathways to enable them to make informed decisions following Year 9, Year 11 or Year 13.


Our curriculum vision is driven by our mission statement, "Inspired by the way that Jesus loves; to honour, nurture and raise each other up to be wise."

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Should Kids Get Homework?

Homework gives elementary students a way to practice concepts, but too much can be harmful, experts say.

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Effective homework reinforces math, reading, writing or spelling skills, but in a way that's meaningful. (Getty Images)

How much homework students should get has long been a source of debate among parents and educators. In recent years, some districts have even implemented no-homework policies, as students juggle sports, music and other activities after school.

Parents of elementary school students, in particular, have argued that after-school hours should be spent with family or playing outside rather than completing assignments. And there is little research to show that homework improves academic achievement for elementary students.

But some experts say there's value in homework, even for younger students. When done well, it can help students practice core concepts and develop study habits and time management skills. The key to effective homework, they say, is keeping assignments related to classroom learning, and tailoring the amount by age: Many experts suggest no homework for kindergartners, and little to none in first and second grade.

Value of Homework

Homework provides a chance to solidify what is being taught in the classroom that day, week or unit. Practice matters, says Janine Bempechat, clinical professor at Boston University 's Wheelock College of Education & Human Development.

"There really is no other domain of human ability where anybody would say you don't need to practice," she adds. "We have children practicing piano and we have children going to sports practice several days a week after school. You name the domain of ability and practice is in there."

Homework is also the place where schools and families most frequently intersect.

"The children are bringing things from the school into the home," says Paula S. Fass, professor emerita of history at the University of California—Berkeley and the author of "The End of American Childhood." "Before the pandemic, (homework) was the only real sense that parents had to what was going on in schools."

Harris Cooper, professor emeritus of psychology and neuroscience at Duke University and author of "The Battle Over Homework," examined more than 60 research studies on homework between 1987 and 2003 and found that — when designed properly — homework can lead to greater student success. Too much, however, is harmful. And homework has a greater positive effect on students in secondary school (grades 7-12) than those in elementary.

"Every child should be doing homework, but the amount and type that they're doing should be appropriate for their developmental level," he says. "For teachers, it's a balancing act. Doing away with homework completely is not in the best interest of children and families. But overburdening families with homework is also not in the child's or a family's best interest."

Negative Homework Assignments

Not all homework for elementary students involves completing a worksheet. Assignments can be fun, says Cooper, like having students visit educational locations, keep statistics on their favorite sports teams, read for pleasure or even help their parents grocery shop. The point is to show students that activities done outside of school can relate to subjects learned in the classroom.

But assignments that are just busy work, that force students to learn new concepts at home, or that are overly time-consuming can be counterproductive, experts say.

Homework that's just busy work.

Effective homework reinforces math, reading, writing or spelling skills, but in a way that's meaningful, experts say. Assignments that look more like busy work – projects or worksheets that don't require teacher feedback and aren't related to topics learned in the classroom – can be frustrating for students and create burdens for families.

"The mental health piece has definitely played a role here over the last couple of years during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the last thing we want to do is frustrate students with busy work or homework that makes no sense," says Dave Steckler, principal of Red Trail Elementary School in Mandan, North Dakota.

Homework on material that kids haven't learned yet.

With the pressure to cover all topics on standardized tests and limited time during the school day, some teachers assign homework that has not yet been taught in the classroom.

Not only does this create stress, but it also causes equity challenges. Some parents speak languages other than English or work several jobs, and they aren't able to help teach their children new concepts.

" It just becomes agony for both parents and the kids to get through this worksheet, and the goal becomes getting to the bottom of (the) worksheet with answers filled in without any understanding of what any of it matters for," says professor Susan R. Goldman, co-director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at the University of Illinois—Chicago .

Homework that's overly time-consuming.

The standard homework guideline recommended by the National Parent Teacher Association and the National Education Association is the "10-minute rule" – 10 minutes of nightly homework per grade level. A fourth grader, for instance, would receive a total of 40 minutes of homework per night.

But this does not always happen, especially since not every student learns the same. A 2015 study published in the American Journal of Family Therapy found that primary school children actually received three times the recommended amount of homework — and that family stress increased along with the homework load.

Young children can only remain attentive for short periods, so large amounts of homework, especially lengthy projects, can negatively affect students' views on school. Some individual long-term projects – like having to build a replica city, for example – typically become an assignment for parents rather than students, Fass says.

"It's one thing to assign a project like that in which several kids are working on it together," she adds. "In (that) case, the kids do normally work on it. It's another to send it home to the families, where it becomes a burden and doesn't really accomplish very much."

Private vs. Public Schools

Do private schools assign more homework than public schools? There's little research on the issue, but experts say private school parents may be more accepting of homework, seeing it as a sign of academic rigor.

Of course, not all private schools are the same – some focus on college preparation and traditional academics, while others stress alternative approaches to education.

"I think in the academically oriented private schools, there's more support for homework from parents," says Gerald K. LeTendre, chair of educational administration at Pennsylvania State University—University Park . "I don't know if there's any research to show there's more homework, but it's less of a contentious issue."

How to Address Homework Overload

First, assess if the workload takes as long as it appears. Sometimes children may start working on a homework assignment, wander away and come back later, Cooper says.

"Parents don't see it, but they know that their child has started doing their homework four hours ago and still not done it," he adds. "They don't see that there are those four hours where their child was doing lots of other things. So the homework assignment itself actually is not four hours long. It's the way the child is approaching it."

But if homework is becoming stressful or workload is excessive, experts suggest parents first approach the teacher, followed by a school administrator.

"Many times, we can solve a lot of issues by having conversations," Steckler says, including by "sitting down, talking about the amount of homework, and what's appropriate and not appropriate."

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Santa Clara private high schools are the most common options for families seeking a high-quality education while maintaining their residence with their families. Check out the best private high schools in Santa Clara County for a smart start.

A high school student works the most not only in academics but also in extra-curricular aspects. Unlike our elementary school students who focus on primary education, a high school student takes a measure of both academic and extra-curricular activities and a preparatory program for college entry. Indeed, for a student to excel in these aspects, an institution must follow a curriculum that offers a full range of courses and proper programs. With private schools in Santa Clara, the school administration considers these perspectives as essential.

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Parents must realize the importance of having an excellent educational foundation for their children. As an initial step, one must choose the best schooling institution. Corollary to this, private schools in Santa Clara will challenge students to achieve not only academic but personal success as well. To identify the best private high schools, we reviewed rankings for all private schools from the  2020 Best Private High Schools in Santa Clara County  list released by school and neighborhood data clearinghouse  Niche . The rankings of private schools in Santa Clara below have been compiled based on several factors: 

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220 Blake Ave., Santa Clara, CA 95051 Phone Number: (408) 247-4740 Overall Niche Grade: A Students: 87 Student-Teacher Ratio: 9:1 After testing and careful placement, the Sierra high school student receives the best possible chance to obtain a quality education. A full range of courses, taught in small groups with personal attention, affords an optimum environment for achievement. Sierra High School  is one of the private schools in Santa Clara that offers a college preparatory and general education program. The Sierra students enjoy small class sizes from 10 to 20 students so that they receive the attention they need. Focus to study habits, organizational skills, and a 100% understanding of materials are the basis for all Sierra courses. This type of learning promotes an ongoing sense of success and achievement. This highly rated private school has 87 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 9 to 1. After graduation, 83% of students from this school go on to attend a 4-year college.

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1.  Castilleja School

1310 Bryant St., Palo Alto, CA 94301 Phone Number: (650) 328-3160 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 434 Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $47,970

Faculty, coaches, and advisors who are well-versed in the way girls analyze and synthesize information facilitate every aspect of Castilleja’s collaborative and hands-on curriculum. This supportive environment allows  Castilleja  girls to take risks, tackling our challenging curriculum with boundless curiosity. Together as peers in learning, our students nurture and mentor each other to build braver aspirations. Similar to most private schools in Santa Clara, Castilleja admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges,  after school programs , and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate based on race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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2.  The Harker School

500 Saratoga Ave., San Jose, CA 95129 Phone Number: (408) 249-2510 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 2,048 Student-Teacher Ratio: 10:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $51,300 Since 1893, The Harker School has believed the best way to prepare students for the future is to provide an environment that brings out their best in the academic, extracurricular, and personal domains. With a thriving global education program, Harker offers abundant opportunities for students to discover and nurture their talents, develop self-confidence, and unleash their creative potentials, fostering a challenging and supportive environment where inspiration has no limits. A  Harker  education features inspiring and challenging academics, comprehensive extracurricular programs and electives, and leading-edge facilities and resources. At Harker’s upper school, their expert team of teachers offers students a world-class and well-rounded education.

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3.  BASIS Independent Silicon Valley

1290 Parkmoor Ave., San Jose, CA 95126 Phone Number: (408) 291-0907 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 800 Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $30,700 One of the top-ranked private high schools in Santa Clara County, the  BASIS Curriculum Schools  High School Program, is consistently recognized as one of the best in the country. The building blocks of the program include an advanced, liberal arts and sciences curriculum benchmarked to the best educational systems in the world.  The High School Program prepares students to be active participants in their futures and challenges them to reach the highest international benchmarks. The curriculum builds off the foundation of content and skills learned in middle school, and they offer students a diverse course of study that is unmatched in breadth and depth.

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4.  Pinewood School – Upper Campus

26800 Fremont Rd., Los Altos Hills, CA 94022 Phone Number: (650) 209-3010 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 297 Student-Teacher Ratio: 7:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $34,170 Pinewood School  empowers students to embrace and navigate the challenges faced in the technologically advanced, globally-connected society of the 21st century. Their core curriculum helps students develop academic stamina through the rigors of classical education. Expert teachers employ proven methods while connecting with their students as individual learners. Same with other private schools in Santa Clara, Pinewood’s comprehensive college preparatory program ensures that students are ready for the next steps in their academic life. As Pinewood students are cultivating the ability to think deeply, read carefully, speak confidently, and collaborate effectively across disciplines, they are also learning to use technology responsibly and innovatively. Pinewood teachers treat students with care and respect, nurturing their social, emotional, and physical well-being along with their academic growth

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5.  Bellarmine College Preparatory

Being one of the top private high schools in Santa Clara, Bellarmine embraces the Jesuit ideal of cura personalis: the care of the whole person. Therefore, the education they provide goes beyond the classroom. Their program of study instills the values and skills needed in the 21st century to shape young men of faith and leadership. At  Bellarmine , they strive to develop academic courses that require their students to think critically and creatively. They offer a broad array of college preparatory, honors, and Advanced Placement (AP) courses, each designed to give students a solid foundation for lifelong learning.

Notre Dame

6.  Notre Dame – San Jose

596 South 2nd St., San Jose, CA 95112 Phone Number: (408) 294-1113 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 650 Student-Teacher Ratio: 10:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $19,080 Among the few Santa Clara private high schools for girls,  Notre Dame  educates today’s young women for leadership, global citizenship, and socially responsible entrepreneurship. Their rich urban landscape and innovative programs cultivate young women with influential voices who will bring intelligent compassion to their world – young women who become active leaders in the local, national, and global communities. In addition to a general course of college preparatory study, students can specialize through Academic Pathways that provide a particular focus for college majors and careers. Interested students work with their counselor to identify courses and map out a graduation plan to meet the student’s needs and interests.

St. Francis

7.  St. Francis High School

1885 Miramonte Ave., Mountain View, CA 94040 Phone Number: (650) 968-1213 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 1,755 Student-Teacher Ratio: 16:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $17,370 In the tradition of the Catholic Church and the spirit of the Holy Cross, Saint Francis High School is one of the Santa Clara private high schools that is committed to providing the most exceptional college-preparatory program in an inclusive family environment. They encourage students to achieve their highest potential. Their graduates are spiritually aware, intellectually active, and socially confident young men and women. They are prepared to excel in college and life. They become responsible citizens who are rooted in faith and victorious in all of their pursuits. At  Saint Francis , they believe a well-developed curriculum that is diverse in its offerings will spark students’ imaginations and prepare them for their future. Their curriculum provides a solid foundation in traditional science and humanities courses. It offers several forward-thinking classes that give students the ability to stretch their knowledge in the arts, languages, technology, and religious studies and act as compassionate stewards of society.

8.  Archbishop Mitty High School

5000 Mitty Ave., San Jose, CA 95129 Phone Number: (408) 252-6610 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 1,735 Student-Teacher Ratio: 17:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $19,250 Archbishop Mitty High School is the Catholic, coeducational school of the Diocese of San Jose. Along with other private schools in Santa Clara, Mitty embraces the Catholic educational mission of developing community, teaching the Gospel message, and promoting service, peace, and justice. It is the only college preparatory school in Northern California offering an eight-period schedule that allows students to take a full, college preliminary class load that includes the option to add courses in the arts, science, or mathematics class. The rigorous, college preparatory curriculum offered at Archbishop Mitty prepares students for admission to the leading colleges and universities in America. Class sizes average of 27 with a teacher/student ratio of one to sixteen. Through classes designed to promote critical thinking, students excel in English, Mathematics, World Languages, Performing Arts, Physical Development, Religious Studies, Science, Social Studies, and Visual Arts.

The King's Academy

9.  The King’s Academy

562 N. Britton Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Phone Number: (408) 481-9900 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 955 Student-Teacher Ratio: 12:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $20,400 The King’s Academy is a Christ-centered college prep school that inspires academic excellence, servant leadership, and enduring relationships. At  TKA , students graduate with a sense of belonging and a sense of purpose—students know they matter. With a low teacher-student ratio, your student will receive individual attention. As one of the best private high schools in Santa Clara, King’s Academy offers multiple tracks of study, custom-tailored to the individual student’s talents and aspirations. Students are encouraged to choose the path that best suits them, whether it be a challenging all-around course of study or one tailored to a more specific interest or goal. This multi-faceted curriculum prepares graduates for a college career built on the cornerstones of intellectual curiosity, ingenuity, diligence, and confidence.

Kehillah Jewish

10.  Kehillah Jewish High School

Kehillah Jewish High School offers an excellent academic program and a supportive environment that pairs rich traditions with the best of the Silicon Valley mindset. At  Kehillah , students embark on a journey of self-discovery guided by a community of passionate educators. They graduate with the knowledge, values, and community that enable them to create extraordinary futures. Their faculty has mastery in the subjects they teach, infusing their lessons with knowledge and passion. They provide a robust curriculum in computer science, engineering, the humanities, mathematics, sciences, visual and performing arts, and world languages. The classroom experience at Kehillah includes debate, dialogue, critical inquiry, and experimentation, bringing every class to life. Each student is ready for any challenges, actively encouraged, and supported to reach his or her potential.


11.  Oakwood School

105 John Wilson Way, Morgan Hill, CA 95037 Phone Number: (408) 782-7177 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 466 Student-Teacher Ratio: 12:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Oakwood High School provides Morgan Hill and neighboring communities a local, private, independent high school. Growing from roots that run nearly fifty years deep, Oakwood is led by a family in its third generation of running successful private schools. Oakwood School strives to create an enriching, nurturing educational environment in which students advance within a rigorous academic core curriculum. Moreso, they will help also develop intellectual maturity, self-confidence, and strong character. When a student enters a ninth grade, their individualized, intentional college counseling process fully supports your student. They are the ones who define, pursue, and reach their higher educational goals. It’s no wonder its students regularly score in the top percentiles on their college entrance exams, go on to attend some of the finest colleges and universities in the nation, and continue to learn and lead for a lifetime.

Valley Christian High School

12.  Valley Christian High School

100 Skyway Dr., San Jose, CA 95111 Phone Number: (408) 513-2400 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 1,607 Student-Teacher Ratio: 15:1 Average Graduation Rate: 99% Yearly Tuition: $23,735 The academic journey continues for high school students as they pursue their educational passions while growing stronger in their Christian faith. With access to a rich combination of core classes and electives in a rigorous, comprehensive college preparatory environment, VCHS students have the opportunity to explore a variety of disciplines that lead them to achieve their God-intended purposes.  At  Valley Christian School , they believe in creating unique opportunities to maximize each four-year high school academic experience. Through its 1:1 iPad technology, the Dual Credit program, the Academic and College Counseling staff, and a variety of levels of classes so students can learn at their own pace. They strive to provide each student with a customized high school experience that sets them up for success academically, professionally, and personally.

Presentation High School

13.  Presentation High School

2281 Plummer Ave., San Jose, CA 95125 Phone Number: (408) 264-1664 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 757 Student-Teacher Ratio: 13:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $21,580 Presentation High School dedicates their time to the education of the whole person, with high academic standards, a focus on spiritual development, and many sports, clubs, and other social activities. This balanced approach helps young women develop into critical thinkers and leaders well-prepared for college and a career. Each student at  Presentation  is encouraged to think critically, speak, write clearly and apply her knowledge to 21st century problem-solving. Presentation students learn how to think, not what to think. It gives them the knowledge and confidence to discover their unique voices and points of view. That confidence, combined with a multi-faceted curriculum, instills students with the skills they need for success in college and a career.

School for Independent Learners

14.  School for Independent Learners

909 N San Antonio Rd., Los Altos, CA 94022 Phone Number: (650) 941-4350 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 13 Student-Teacher Ratio: 1:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% School for Independent Learners is a progressive, independent, college-preparatory school for students grades 8-12. They offer college preparatory, advanced / honors, UC-honors, and Advanced Placement coursework, as well as academic tutoring, standardized test preparation, and college counseling. Personalized instruction is a collaboration between student and teacher, allowing students to fearlessly explore questions, discover connections, and demonstrate authentic understanding through mastery of each subject. With a focus on mastery outcomes,  SIL  individualizes curriculum, instruction, and assessment–along with student-support programs–to help each student become a self-aware individual, invested community member, and life-long learner.

Waldorf School of the Peninsula - Mountain View Campus

15.  Waldorf School of the Peninsula – Mountain View Campus

180 N Rengstorff Ave., Mountain View, CA 94043 Phone Number: (650) 417-7600 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 142 Student-Teacher Ratio: 4:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $38,000

Waldorf  education is often described as a modern renaissance education, resulting in students who are cultured and knowledgeable, educated, and proficient in a wide range of fields, and possess the confidence and skills necessary to thrive in college, the workplace, and life. Key areas of focus include the development of critical thinking, a highly developed ethical compass, and a lifelong love of learning, while at the same time fostering creativity, innovation, cooperation, and strong communication skills.  In addition to their rich curriculum, signature streams for their high school include experiential and interdisciplinary learning, technology transformation, social and emotional development, service learning and social justice, and environmental stewardship. WSP high school follows an innovative assessment policy that focuses on the goal of intrinsic knowledge rather than rewards-based grades.

Apostles Lutheran School

16.  Apostles Lutheran School

5828 Santa Teresa Blvd., San Jose, CA 95123 Phone Number: (408) 578-4800 Overall Niche Grade: A Students: 186 Student-Teacher Ratio: 11:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% At  Apostles High School , students continue their academic journey as they nurture their future ambitions and grow in their faith. With a rich curriculum and college preparatory classes, students and teachers work together to maximize the high school experience. Students are guided in their learning according to their abilities and levels by the teachers. With a strong curriculum across many college preparatory classes, students are setup up for success academically, professionally, and personally. WASC fully accredits Apostles High School, and the curriculum meets the required standards of the University of California.

Cambrian Academy

17.  Cambrian Academy

4340 Almaden Expressway, San Jose, CA 95118 Phone Number: (408) 833-7050 Overall Niche Grade: A Students: 75 Student-Teacher Ratio: 7:1 Yearly Tuition: $15,500 Among all of the Santa Clara private high schools,  Cambrian  Academy is the school for students who aspire for admission to and success in top four-year colleges and universities. In addition to intense academic preparation, they provide a unique class specially designed to help students through the college selection and application process.  Cambrian Academy parents do not need to spend extra on learning centers or outside consultants to make sure their children get into great colleges. 100% of their graduates enter college–all with multiple offers and most with some sort of scholarship assistance.

Mountain View Academy

18.  Mountain View Academy

360 S Shoreline Blvd., Mountain View, CA 94041 Phone Number: (650) 967-2324 Overall Niche Grade: A- Students: 135 Student-Teacher Ratio: 12:1 Average Graduation Rate: 96% Yearly Tuition: $16,600 With some Santa Clara private high schools that offer Christian college-preparatory, Mountain View Academy is the only one operated by the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. Its primary mission is to educate the whole person by nurturing the development of the student’s spiritual, intellectual, social, and physical potential, to provide quality education to a culturally diverse student body in a contemporary Christian environment. The conviction that God, our Creator, Redeemer, and Friend, is the Source for all knowledge and wisdom, comprises the educational philosophy at Mountain View Academy. MVA  focuses on mainstream college preparatory, where academics are of the highest priority. They enhance their curriculum in a positive Christian atmosphere. They encourage their students to go beyond essential learning by forming their thoughts and opinions through the study and research of facts and evidence. Each student gives a firm foundation to build upon through required areas of education and extra-curricular classes. They offer Advanced Placement classes and Honors classes for our advanced students.

German International School of Silicon Valley

19.  German International School of Silicon Valley

310 Easy St., Mountain View, CA 94043 Phone Number: (650) 254-0748 Overall Niche Grade: A Students: 597 Student-Teacher Ratio: 8:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% GISSV  inspires students to become global citizens. They provide a multicultural dual-language environment that promotes responsibility, critical thinking, and academic excellence. Their programs culminate in U.S. and German diplomas, preparing their graduates for worldwide opportunities. GISSV’s well-balanced curriculum prepares its students to become actual world citizens. Their educational programs unite the best of two worlds: Germany’s traditions, know-how, and culture with U.S. dynamics, innovation, and ambition. Besides, their multicultural student body instills an understanding and appreciation for cultural diversity from an early age.

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20.  Fusion Academy

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Liberty Baptist School

21.  Liberty Baptist School

2790 S King Rd., San Jose, CA 95122 Phone Number: (408) 274-5613 Overall Niche Grade: A- Students: 103 Student-Teacher Ratio: 10:1 Average Graduation Rate: 67% Liberty Baptist School is a fully accredited school providing private Christian education to students in grades K4-12. They work diligently to be an academically advanced, college preparatory school. Accordingly, they encourage academic excellence in all classes in every category. They firmly believe that you should be highly skilled in the major academic disciplines (science, history, mathematics, and language), and you should be well-rounded in the arts if desired.  Liberty  believes that students should learn to read, write, and think well. “Liberty prepares you K through life!” When you are trained correctly in academics (taught from a Biblical perspective), you are better prepared to sort truth from error, and thus make wise decisions in all areas of adult life. Equipped with a solid Christian education, their students will also be better servants of both God and humanity.

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22.  North Valley Baptist School

941 Clyde Ave., Santa Clara, CA 95054 Phone Number: (408) 988-8883 Overall Niche Grade: A- Students: 233 Student-Teacher Ratio: 16:1 Average Graduation Rate: 70% The purpose of North Valley Baptist Schools ( NVBS ) is to educate and train the whole student—physically, socially, intellectually, and spiritually. Because the Lord requires a fit vessel, the school provides guidelines for personal habits, strict dress codes, and proper leisure time activities. The principle of self-discipline is the basis of their disciplinary structure. They believe the student must honor the rights of others and respect the individual’s freedom. Not only must its students have their appearance and actions reflect the Lord Jesus, but they must also acquire wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to serve the Lord. Therefore, the Bible is not substituted for any academic subject but integrated into the entire educational program. The Bible is taught so that the student will develop sound values that will govern every step of his life.

Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School

23.  Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School

1389 E. Santa Clara St., San Jose, CA 95116 Phone Number: (408) 293-0425 Overall Niche Grade: C+ Students: 250 The  Cristo Rey  curriculum is designed and taught to prepare students for success in college. The faculty works closely with each student to help them develop a skill set that focuses on creativity, curiosity, critical thinking, problem-solving, communication, and collaboration. Through the use of standards that prepare students for college-level courses, effective teaching styles that make learning engaging and possible, and instruction that is informed by routine classroom assessments, Cristo Rey Network schools maximize the academic achievements of their students.

Pacific Point Christian Schools

24.  Pacific Point Christian Schools

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    The King's Academy is an amazing school! I have two boys who started with TKA beginning with the 6th and 7th grade. My oldest just graduated this year and is headed to CSU Chico to study Mechanical Engineering. My youngest will be a Sophomore in the fall. The teachers and staff, along with the parent involvement, have made my sons journey a ...

  19. Class Pages

    Please click on your child's specific grade to find homework, the curriculum maps, class syllabus and daily schedules. We have also provided some educational websites. Christ the King School 415 N. 117th St. Seattle, WA 98133 206-226-5679. Join Our Family. Apply for Admission Responsive Classroom The Top 10 Attributes of Our School. Resources.

  20. TheKing'sSchoolOSM (@KingsSchoolOSM) / Twitter

    TheKing'sSchoolOSM. @KingsSchoolOSM. This is the official Twitter account of The King's School, Ottery St Mary, Devon. Rated outstanding by Ofsted 2011 & 2014. 'Achievement for All'. Ottery St Mary, Devon. UK Joined March 2013. 275 Following. 1,902 Followers.

  21. Student Services

    Serving on Safety Patrol at Christ the King School is a fun and challenging service. Safety Patrol helps create a safe environment for all our students at school. Student Safety Patrols assist with drop-off and pick-up procedures at school by increasing safety for students and traffic flow efficiency for parents. Guardian Angels.

  22. Homework Help

    Elementary & Middle School Skill Center - LearningExpress Library (Grades 4-8) Offers test preparation, homework help, and skill building for elementary and middle school students. More Details.

  23. Private High Schools in Santa Clara County

    The King's Academy. 562 N. Britton Ave., Sunnyvale, CA 94085 Phone Number: (408) 481-9900 Overall Niche Grade: A+ Students: 955 Student-Teacher Ratio: 12:1 Average Graduation Rate: 100% Yearly Tuition: $20,400 The King's Academy is a Christ-centered college prep school that inspires academic excellence, servant leadership, and enduring ...