Students enrolled 264
School leader James Crawford
District Campbell Union

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825 West Parr Avenue
Campbell, CA 95008

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5 stars
Based on 53 ratings

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January 11, 2013
I LOVE Village school. It is the perfect school for my children and my family. My children feel love, safe and respected. They love going to school. THe whole child curriculum, positive discipline, field trips, centers, class meetings, family camping trip, community etc. are things that make Village school the PERFECT school for us. It is not a school for every family. As a parent, I have taken classes that they have offered over the years to help me become a better parent. All the teachers have treated me and my children with the utmost respect. Positive Discipline works and we use it at home. Like I said, it is not a school for everyone. Please consider if the school philosophy resonates with your family. Village is the BEST and we could not be happier. My one complaint- I wish it was a K-8 school.

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2013
I confess, I am the PTA Pres at VS and I LOVE our school! My children have attended VS for 6.5 yrs. VSTeachers are caring, innovative and effective. VS Parents are engaged, passionate and giving. VS Students are inquisitive and enthusiastic about learning. VS test scores are high. Last year s 5th Grade achieved the highest Science score in CUSD. My own child graduated from VS to Rolling Hills in 2012.She has a 3.5+ GPA at RHMS. In K-3, she was always in the lowest reading group. VS teachers nurtured my child at the appropriate level to help her feel good about her abilities at every stage of her growth. You will not find A s, B s or C s at VS. If you want grades, please consider another school. VS is about the learning process and nurturing kids holistically. The Parent commitment at VS is significant. Our Charter requires all families work on campus during school hours.You will be asked to actively mentor other people s children (in class/playground/field trips). If you are uncomfortable with this (because children can be challenging), please consider if this is the right choice for your family. If you support Parent Participation and Positive Discipline, please consider Village!

- submitted by a parent
December 30, 2012
Village is a great idea gone wrong. As test scores increase, more families came who were not interested in being part of the community and doing the required work. Positive discipline is supposed to be kind AND firm. Village practices kindness with very little firmness. The result is ever changing rules/boundaries that leave many struggling to navigate the new day and many children who don't feel they need to comply with an adults request. While we want empowered children, they also need to learn how to earn and give respect. The "new" principal does not have the backbone to lead. Most upsetting of all, is that she will back down from disciplining a student if there is a history of parents (especially dads) pushing back. This only confuses students more and leaves them to feel as if there is no one to protect them. Many enriching activities exist, but they can come at the cost of basic skills of spelling or penmanship. The expectations are just not there from every teacher at the school, making the transition to "normal" school more difficult. The negatives far outweigh the positives anymore. Children need to be in a place with cohesive rules/consequences.

- submitted by a parent
August 16, 2010
I have heard so many wonderful things about Village, with one HUGE exception... The complete failure on the part of the Campbell Unified School District, to be fair and unbiased when following enrollment guidelines for placing students into this lottery based school. CUSD has failed to account for and administer enrollment practices. They have blatantly manipulated and grossly mismanaged a very important role in our community. This is an outstanding school being dragged down by an inept school district.

- submitted by a parent
June 11, 2010
A successful parent participation school requires a well-respected leader to create a cohesive community and encourage parents to put in 100%. In September, our beloved principal suddenly left to take the helm at another school. Our new principal means well, but lacks experience and connection. On the plus side are required Positive Discipline classes; a focus on the whole child instead of tests; the teaching of conflict resolution skills; many field trips and community-building activities; music, art, and PE classes and parent-led workshops; an outstanding school secretary; and, a feeling of cleanliness and safety. Challenges include: the principal building a stronger spirit of collaboration; more students with developmental issues, some of whom take over the classroom with disruptive and disrespectful behavior, affecting the learning opportunities and behaviors of the rest; the need to better utilize parents talents in the classroom; and, the small physical space.

- submitted by a parent
May 25, 2010
We feel so blessed to have Village for our children. I couldn't even imagine sending my kids to a school with 600+ children and minimal supervision on the playground. At Village, there is so much parent involvement that children are safe and teachers can spend more one on one time with kids in the classroom. The challenge is fitting a parent participation school in your life if you are a working parent. I run a business full-time, and it can be difficult to fit it all in. With that said, my children are a priority to me. My children get a private school education within the public school sector and I'm willing to make the sacrifices necessary to make that happen. Thank you Village for providing us with a safe place to go to school and for allowing my children to thrive in their education.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2010
Having had one kid move through Village and having a second one still in the school since kindergarten, I'm seeing changes that I don't much care for. In the last year we have seen several of the keystone families withdraw their kids and move to other schools due to conflicts with the prinicpal. I've also seen a number of behavorial issues in the upper grades (group bullying) simply not be addressed by either the parents or the administration. The intimate tie we had between the staff, kids & families is simply NOT what it once was.Sadly the school is a vicitm of it's own success. A great community led to high scores and a great reputation. In turn it has led to enrollment by folks unready for a real parent participation school.

- submitted by a parent
May 24, 2010
Village School has consistently worked with me, and my family, to get the best education for my son. An earlier review stating that the change in leadership this year was responsible for starting a culture of bullying seems to be looking at the past through rose colored glasses, because my family had to deal with this issue 3 years ago (with the old principal), as well as this year. I have found that the current staff has been at least as responsive to my concerns, if not more so, than the previous administration. I have seen the new Principal out on the field during my lunch recess shift most weeks and have been able to use her as a resource to help deal with any situations on the spot.

- submitted by a parent
May 23, 2010
Our principal is supportive of the staff, parents and the students. When she is on campus, she spends her time in the classrooms, out on the playground for morning and lunch recess. I hope that parents don't perceive her frequent absences due to district meetings and business as a lack of desire to meet the kids and parents. If she is in her office, you will often find she is meeting with a student, parent or a group of parents. Village is a warm, supportive community and continues to be the best school in this area. Not everyone can truely appreciate what we have.

- submitted by a teacher
January 28, 2010
This is my 6th year at Village School. It has been an amazing educational experience for my daughters and me. The teachers are dedicated and energetic, bringing a lot of creativity to our curriculum. I feel as though my 5th grader has learned a lot of academics and gained social intelligence as well.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 13, 2009
Great kids, great parents, great teachers, great programs. What more can I say.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 10, 2009
It's a very charm community where parents share a lot of time raising kids, learning, helping each other and having fun. It's like a big big family!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
The teachers, administrators, and staff really care about the children getting a well-rounded education. It's not just about teaching academics for them, it's about real-world education for our children. The children learn positive skills to get along with others and how to contribute in a positive way to society. The parents are really involved, too. It makes a huge difference, because it's so true - it takes a village to raise a child!

- submitted by a parent
October 09, 2009
Village school is an amzing learning community where teachers and parents work together to create a wonderful environment where children thrive!!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 09, 2009
We Love being a part of Village School. The teachers really get to know their students, and use a multi-disciplinary approach to enhance student learning. (They do not just 'teach to the test' here.) As a parent, I really feel that my child has an excellent learning experience, and I am grateful that the school continues to offer music, art, science and P.E. classes. The communication skills that are taught both students and parents, and the focus on Positive Discipline and Parent Effectiveness Training has made a welcome impact on our family dynamics. We no longer parent in the way that we were raised, but have evolved our communication skills and parenting choices to support our goal of raising a kind, competent, and responsible life-long learner.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
It is a wonderful school where creativity and community flourish.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Village School has been great for our family. My son loves the parent-run centers for enrichment and I love being a part of his educational experience. I also enjoy being a part of the community at Village School. It's nice to know all the families of my children's friends and to have that deeper understanding of what is going on during my son's school day. I'm cherishing the experience.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
We are a small, family-involved, parent-participation school, where everyone can feel welcome and get to know each other. This is our second year here, and every day feels like a play-date. My daughter knows kids from every grade, and she meets other adults who lead activity centers, such as cooking, gardening, LEGO robotics, sewing, German, and community service. my older children have attended three other elementary schools , I have worked in education for many years, and as a child, my father was in the military, so I was in 3 different elementary schools myself. Village School is the best school I've seen or attended, bar none.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
The amazing family of teachers, students and parents work so well together at providing an enriching and safe environment for our children to learn and make wonderful friends. After 1st grade I knew a new 2nd grade teacher would be starting that Fall. I went to the principal and said I saw how much support the new teachers recieved that I had no problem with my child being in her class. Each year it gets better.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
My 1st grader loves Village and my other child can't wait to be in kindergarten there. The community is wonderful, not only do the kids make new friends, so do the parents!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Village is a wonderful discovery based school. It is a close community where children learn about building strong relationships, in addition to getting a strong education. Children are encouraged to problem solve and aren't afraid to ask for help. My daughter is now in first grade and is thriving at Village School.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Village really focuses on teaching the whole child! Beyond academic subjects, the children experience a variety of engaging activities during Centers, as well as Music, Art, PE and monthly field trips. The sense of community is amazing - teaching the children so many useful socializations skills: problem solving, negotiation, listening, etc. I feel my daughter is receiving more than an education , but learning skills for life!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Great school with caring staff and parents focused on educating the whole child and being an inclusive community.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
A healthy and balanced learning environment with great teachers and enthusiastic kids and parents.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
We've been at Village School for 12 years, with 3 children going through the K-5 grades. The parent participation aspect allows you to really get to know the teachers, your kids' friends and their parents. The centers allow the kids to learn more, such as cooking (indoor and out), gardening, outdoor games, yoga, woodshop, lego robotics, just to name a few, while allowing the teachers small group time. Music and art is included in the weekly schedule. Heavy emphasis on positive discipline, which includes an anti-bullying campaign through Cornerstone. Community minded environment which includes an all school camping trip! Monthly field trips allow the kids to experience what they learn in the classroom. Academically, we're rated one of the top elementary schools in Campbell. I think Village School is one of the best -- if not the best -- thing Campbell has going!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
I love how the parents are involved in every step of the child's learning. From being in the class to being on the playground, the parent is trained to be there to partner with the teacher in developing the 'whole' child.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Frequent field trips, lessons in social intelligence, cooking and yoga in kindergarden... I almost wish I were a kid again so I could go to this school!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Great school with a positive discipline philosophy! The parent involvement creates a great community for all families to thrive in. Hubby & i have made just as many friends as our son has! The staff is well trained & we the parents learn a lot of tools from them. I wish it went to 8th grade.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Village is a real community. Everyone at this school truely supports one another and everybody knows your name! Education is hands on and the children feel empowered every day.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
great community. Children know the adults and have good relationships with other children and parents.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Awesome staff. Great activities. Great community. Kids are always excited to go!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Village school is an amazing K-5 school with full parent participation and taking care of the whole child.There are so many things because of the parent participation that are missing in traditional public schools. kids do so many hands on activities in Centers, they go to a lot of field trips,have art and music lessons and always there are so many caring parents around. we can't ask for anything more. Village is the Best!!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Village school has a terrific way of combining the efforts of dedicated teachers, helpful parents and open-minded staff to meet the needs of each individual child. Excellent community and supportive feel.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Village School is a caring and innovative community where kids are given the support and life tools to become socially and emotionally literate, creative and confident young people. As a Parent-Participation School, every family member is a part of our community, sharing their time and gifts to support our kids. Our kids know their families care, value education and want to be a part of their learning and development. Not only do our kids find the support of 2 extra parents in the classroom as they tackle curriculum, but they find loving support on the playground as they navigate social conflicts. Thanks to the 100% parent involvement, our kids have a chance to explore diverse and engaging topics taught by parents in Centers each week (e.g., gardening, sewing, mapping, Native American Studies, yoga, cooking, etc.). As parents and teachers, we are able to support our kids because we are all given tools, such as Positive Discipline, Parent Effectiveness Training and Classroom Training, as well as a sincere invitation to be important contributors to the school. Sure the test scores are impressive (919 API), but more importantly Village School is a thriving and 21st Century learning community with happy kids, connected families and a place where everyone is welcome... by their first name.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
It's everything we had hoped for in an elementary school - a great community, parent involvement, classes for parents and a positive learning environment for kids to learn and grow. We feel so lucky to be part of the school!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Great teachers, great community, very child oriented.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Excellent school. A lot of hands on learning and parent/teacher involvement.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
Village School is a wonderful school that supports the social, emotional, and academic development of each child. The outstanding teachers are caring, positive, and excellent at providing instruction that is creative, meaningful and differentiated to meet students' needs. My children love to go to school everyday! All families participate to provide unique opportunities inside and outside the classroom. I am so grateful that my children are part of such an amazing educational community!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Excellent school; hands on learning with both parent/teacher involvement.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
The community, the teachers, the administration . . but most of all the kids!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
Village focuses on the 'whole child' but not at the expense of academics. I love Village for the sense of community, the hands on teaching, the innovative teachers, the parent dedication, the ositive disciline philosophy, and of course the great academics.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
The teachers are amazing and the way they teach and inspire the students is fantastic. The parent participation is what makes it extraordinary!

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 08, 2009
We love the great community with family activities and the wonderful teachers who focus on the kids learning and not the test!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
It's fun and exciting and kids love to learn there!

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2009
The kids get more than just an academic education, they learn how to relate to each other and their teachers in a positive way. They get to be part of a large community that supports each other (and that includes the teachers). Both my 3rd grader and my 1st grader absolutely love it.

- submitted by a parent
no rating October 07, 2009
This school is unlike any elementary school I have researched or visited and sat in on classrooms. It has a 'homey feel'. Parent Paricipation, training offered, required and desired by most of the parents. Overall pretty good communication within. High importance and focus, for all the children/students,on their self worth/value, self esteem. The school and many of the parents do their best to inspire a love of learning. Jane Nelson's Positive Discipline based methods are used by not only the teachers and other staff, but also most of the participating parents. Lots of other great stuff ~!

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2009
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- submitted by a parent
January 07, 2009
Village School is a place where students learn to be part of a community in a nurturing environment. We have enjoyed watching our daughters grow and know that the foundation that is being provided now is instilling their love of learning for a lifetime.

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2009
Two years ago, my child started 1st grade at Village School mid-year after the holiday break. He was a little nervous, but right away, the children made him feel so welcome. It was amazing to watch. The parent community was extremely helpful and concerned that our transition was a smooth one. The sense of community at Village is truly unique. Both my children are at Village now and they love going to school. In addition to the subjects offered at most schools, they get music twice per week and art once a week with a separate art teacher. They love centers where they get to participate in hands-on learning with sewing, woodworking, yoga, and cooking. Overall, Village has been a wonderful place for our whole family and we feel so fortunate to have found this little school!

- submitted by a parent
January 05, 2009
I am thrilled that we are able to attend Village School. My son loves it. He feels challenged and loved at the same time. All of the 'extras' at the school such as music, art, drama, cooking are absolutely wonderful but what I like best is the built-in opportunity for parents to get to know each other. The school is best for families who have a commitment to building a real community and want to make the time to be involved.

- submitted by a parent
January 25, 2008
We have been at two other non-parent involved schools, and now that we have found Village, we will never leave! The school really emphasizes the children's ability to make their own decisions, and guides them to be free thinkers and equal members of the community. These kids are growing into leaders and self driven successful students. The parents and teachers all work together to provide the safest and most comfortable environment for the kids to thrive in. We love Village!

- submitted by a parent
January 14, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2008
Village school is a very postive and loving atmosphere. The sense of community is very strong and the school size is nice and small. Academics are very important and students are expected to do their best. It is an excellent environment for all types of learners!

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 11, 2008
Village School is amazing . Better than we ever imagined it being! The close-knit community, extra-curricular activities, and hands-on learning make it a cut above the rest!

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January 09, 2008
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- submitted by a parent
January 24, 2007
Village is a vibrant and loving community that we are happy to be a part of. We appreciate the outstanding teachers, principal and staff who are eager to work with us families. The time and effort we contribute via parent involvement comes back to us in countless ways for our whole family -- making friends, learning, growing and knowing we're making a difference. And it's fun. Art at least once per week, music twice per week... special centers during school include cooking, math games, geography, post office, gardening, animation and more... chess, science & technology, art and history after school... a developing GATE program... good field trips: science & technology, culture, history and theater.

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2006
Academic programs are great, and the school has received grants to supplement them. Sports and extracurricular activities are well-advertised through Village newsletter and fliers in parent folders. Music and art teachers are on staff. Obviously, the level of parent involvement is very high. For a first timer, this may seem quite daunting, but you get the hang of it very quickly, and there is always someone around to help. The school is small still, and will remain small, just like I like it. My kindergartener loves his class and loves his teacher.

- submitted by a parent
November 30, 2006
Village School is the best! My family has been involved with this school for many years now. I can't imaging sending my children any where else. The developmental, hands on approach, with lots of teacher and parent support, make it possible for each child to succeed. We really like the small size of the school too. It makes it easy to have a great school community. You can really get to the know the other families involved. Be prepared to put your time in. The children succeed because the parents are involved, and work at the school. This allows the teachers lots of flexibility in the classroom, and allows for differentiation, so each child can reach their potential.

- submitted by a parent
November 27, 2006
At Village, the needs of the children come first. The teachers, with the help of Parent Volunteers, create a safe, nurturing, fun, and academically challenging community. The Village community strives to bring out the best in everyone. The parents are involved, trained in positive- discipline, trained in math and reading, and give of their time and talents. The parents have a vested interest in all the children at Village. Village is a place where children are encouraged to be decision-makers, leaders, and innovators inside the classroom as well as out on the playground. Village is carefully tended and lead by a Principal who has a vision of what all Public Schools should be....a small, involved community of parents and teachers working together to provide a safe and nurturing environment for all children to excel academically, developmentally, and emotionally.

- submitted by a parent
November 22, 2006
My daughter has made new friends and learned a lot of new things in her first three months at school. Most importantly, she loves going to school! The positive discipline class (taught by Village School parents and positive discipline trainers Susi and Rick Steiner) is encouraging, thought-provoking and real. Having all the parents and teachers at the school grounded in this supportive, nurturing philosophy will help our children grow up to be healthy, happy, self-confident and caring adults.

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2006
Excellent school. Offers music, art and P.E. every week. Offers a curriculum that fits every child. Parent Participation aspect is a real plus - all families are on board to get their child the best education. Teachers are the best you will find in the South Bay!

- submitted by a parent
November 19, 2006
The community support and individual attention has helped my very active son to thrive in the three years he has been at Village.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2006
We have found Village School to provide a positive environment for our child as well as ourselves. The interaction between the older kids and the younger kids has provided our child with confidence and positive roll models. We highly recommend Village School, if you want to participate in the growth of your child and you want your child to be able to comfortably interact with children of all ages and adults.

- submitted by a parent
November 17, 2006
Village School is a wonderful, unique community that nurtures not only the child but the entire family. By actively participating in the day to day classroom and school-wide programs we've developed a tight-knit network of parents and kids dedicated to providing the best academic and emotional environment possible. The teachers and administrative staff are open-door, hands-on, get your fingers in the dirt kind of people who treat each child as an individual, with respect and honesty. Parents take parenting classes and literacy training to keep everyone on the same page. Working in the classroom, as a parent, is invaluable to the community at the school. You know your child's teachers and you know your child's classmates and families. What could be better than that?

- submitted by a parent
November 16, 2006
On the first day of Kindergarten my daughter was learning sign language. By the second week my daughter was telling me all about her 'reading buddy' who's in fifth grade at Village School. Within the first four weeks we were attending a school wide camping trip, singing camp songs and swimming in the pool with all kids K-5. Village School is a high quality academic experience with a strong community feel. If this is something that sounds appealing to you, please come visit. The first three months have been very rewarding for my whole family, not just my Kindergartner. I look forward to many more.

- submitted by a parent
May 12, 2006
My children have attended Village for a combined total of 8 yrs. Academics are above 800, but not sacrificed to the detriment of the whole child. Daily class meetings are held not only to solve student problems, but to practice giving compliments as well. Music lessons are given to all students twice/wk. and art once/wk. Classes go on field trips once each month or two. Parent involvement is very high with 30k hours of volunteerism for 170 students, and 100-150 parents attending PTA monthly, and ongoing family social activities every month or two. I highly recommend this school and hope all my children's experiences are as rich.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2006
Great teachers. Great curriculum. Small group, hands-on learning. Great community feeling since all parents volunteer in the classroom and school is small.

- submitted by a parent
January 11, 2006
Village School has added a whole new dimension to my children's education! Not only do they receive excellent academic teaching, but they are now bringing home ideas for conflict resolution and how to be active members of our society! They have been empowered by the staff and community feel. Just this morning, my 2nd grader said he ,'didn't want to go back to his old school because he didn't feel safe.' I asked him if he felt safe at Village, and he said, 'of course, there's so many nice kids there!' -What a great way to have your child respond!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2006
My child started Kindergarten in the Fall and we have been quite happy with her teacher, Lori Veitch. We couldn't ask for a better instructor, motivator, and all-around great person. The centers provide enrichment for the kids on a variety of topics. Parent involvement is required, and quite a bit of it. it can be a little overwhelming.

- submitted by a parent
December 19, 2005
The most important thing about Village School is that my daughter feels safe and LOVES going to school every day. They find creative ways to teach her the standards. And because children learn in different ways they are able to reach all the kids learning styles. She is taking field trips about once a month and takes music, cooking, multi-cultural arts, gardening, and more. She is on student counsil which is another layer of development. They also have an anti-bullying group that kids lead. Because there are always 2 parents in the classroom her needs are always being met. I love that they teach each child at their individual levels.

- submitted by a parent
December 15, 2005
The art and music programs are great. We are having trouble getting more access to the campus for other extra curricular activitites though. This is the ideal school for my children. They are so happy and they are learning a lot and love being at school!

- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2005
Village School is an amazing community of children, teachers, and parents working together to improve the quality of education. I feel as though Village nurtures my child academically, emotionally, socially, creatively, and physically. The curriculum exceeds state standards. The art and music programs are exceptional. And, our 'Centers,' where the kids learn about cooking, gardening, mapping, multicultural art, math, folk dancing, and physical education combine to create a very rich experience. Since this is a parent participation school, there is a lot of parental involvement. I believe I am learning just as much as my daughter!

- submitted by a parent
December 07, 2005
Village School has provided a wonderful environment for my son's education. The teachers and principal really care about both his academic and social development. And the high ratio of adults to children means the school can provide a rich curriculum that includes art, music, science, etc., as well as a solid foundation in the basics. I'm very happy we found Village School.

- submitted by a parent
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Village
825 West Parr Avenue, Campbell, CA  95008
(408) 341-7042
Last modified Village is a Charter school that serves grades K-5. It has received a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10 based on academic quality.
Village Rating: 5 out of 5 based on 74 reviews. Top