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Pleasanton Schools

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Fairlands really is a community of character. Apart from ...
My daughter will be going to HP in a couple of years, so ...
This is a horrible school. I saw such reviews and put my ...
We're in our 5th year at Vintage Hills and couldn't be ha...
This school is fantastic. It has an active and engaged n...
For all but the most serious cases (i.e. your child is fa...
As the teacher seldom gave the information of what happen...
Amador High School continues to assign insane, destructiv...
This school is excellent. We just moved here 2 yrs ago an...
I love Lydiksen School.Great teachers, AND GREAT Princi...
I was a student a Pleasanton Middle School for 1 year, my...
Excellent school. I don't know what the couple of other p...
The API is only 871? Amador's API is 897! Why?! I reme...
I'm really please with how involved our second grader's t...
Excellent Faculty, truly nuturing. My son was in an acade...
I also agree with the comment made about the facility bei...
My child has spent 18 months at the Quarry Lane 'west' ca...
Very disappointed. We felt the full day program matched ...
Love this center for my daughter - plan on sending my son...
I was not impressed with the teacher or the classroom set...
We ve moved here from San Francisco about two years ago. ...
Our People and Culture. One reason parents choose Primros...
This is the best preschool ever! The teachers are top kno...
We lve St. Clare's. my son loves going to school and loo...
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