Public Schools
Belmont/Redwood Shores Elementary
District Office
2980 Hallmark Drive, Belmont
(650) 637-4800

Central Elementary (K-5)
525 Middle Road, Belmont
(650) 637-4820

Cipriani Elementary (K-5)
2525 Buena Vista Avenue
(650) 637-4840

Fox Elementary (K-5)
3100 St. James Road, Belmont
(650) 637-4850

Nesbit Elementary (K-5)
500 Biddulph Way, Belmont
(650) 637-4860

Ralston Middle School (6-8)
2675 Ralston Avenue, Belmont
(650) 637-4880

Sandpiper Elementary 801
Redwood Shores Parkway, Redwood City
(650) 631-1550
Private Schools
Belmont Oaks Academy (K-5)
2200 Carlmont Drive, Belmont
(650) 593-6175

Carlmont Parents Nursery School
751 Alameda de Las Pulgas, Belmont
(650) 593-4155

Gloria Dei Lutheran School (K-8)
2600 Ralston Avenue, Belmont
(650) 593-3361

Immaculate Heart of Mary School
1000 Alameda de Las Pulgas, Belmont
(650) 593-4265

Merry Moppet Preschool
2200 Carlmont Drive, Belmont
(650) 593-6175

Notre Dame Early Learning Center
1500 Ralston Avenue, Belmont
(650) 508-3519

Notre Dame Elementary School
1500 Ralston Avenue, Belmont
(650) 591-2209

Serendipity School
2820 Ponce Avenue, Belmont
(650) 596-9100
Notre Dame High School (9-12 Girls)
Notre Dame High School is a Catholic college preparatory school for young women, established by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur in 1851. The essence of Norte Dame lies in a strong academic program combined with a caring, supportive environment, rooted in Christian values, directed towards developing women for leadership and service. Notre Dame High School enables young women to become informed, moral and spiritual decision makers. 1540 Ralston Avenue, Belmont, (650) 595-1913
Belmont/Redwood Shores Elementary School District
Belmont schools support optimum academic achievement for all students with a challenging, comprehensive and balanced curriculum and instructional program. The District has well defined standards in the CORE areas of math, science, English/language arts, history/social science, visual performing arts and family life education. Services include computer and science labs, instrumental and vocal music and assessment for special education eligibility. An after school sports program for grades 6-8 and the child care program at elementary schools provide additional support for the children of the Belmont/Redwood Shores Elementary School District. Special classes are provided for students identified as gifted who are learning English as a second language and for teaching handicapped students. A strong base of community support is indicated by the large number of parents and other residents who provide many hours of their time each year and more than $200,000 in donations to help the Belmont Schools.
The Charles Armstrong School
The mission of the Charles Armstrong School is to serve the dyslexic learner by providing an appropriate educational experience which not only enables the student to acquire language skills, but also instills a joy for learning. The special curriculum enhances self-worth and allows each student the right to identify, understand and fulfill personal potential. 1402 Solana Drive, Belmont (650) 592-7550
Carlmont High School (9-12 Co-Ed)
The mission of Carlmont High School is to provide an engaged learning community in order for all students to succeed in academic, career, and life choices as responsible and positive members of a diverse society.
Colleges & Universities
The San Mateo County Community College District includes two community colleges: College of San Mateo and Canada College. Four year colleges and universities include Notre Dame de Namur University in Belmont, Stanford University, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, San Francisco State University and Menlo College.

Notre Dame Notre Dame de Namur University is an independent Catholic, coeducational institution serving nearly 1600 students. It is the fifth oldest institution of higher education in California and was the first college for women authorized to offer baccalaureate degrees. Founded by the Sisters of Notre Dame of Namur, Belgium in 1851 and chartered by the state in 1868, NDNU maintains a strong commitment to educational access as well as inclusiveness and diversity. Undergraduate students at NDNU not only receive an outstanding education but are encouraged to put their learning to use in the community through community based learning courses, internships, and service to organizations providing vital community services. Graduate students benefit from some of the most highly respected programs in the Bay Area in education, business, human services, psychology, art therapy and more. The University is fully accredited and offers 26 liberal arts and career preparation undergraduate programs, evening degree, credential, and certificate programs, and graduate degrees in 17 areas of study. The 50-acre campus is located in Belmont, just south of San Francisco. 1500 Ralston Avenue, Belmont (650) 508-3500

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