Scotts Valley Water District 2 Civic Center Dr, Scotts Valley, CA95066 The Scotts Valley Water District provides safe, reliable, high-quality water to Scotts Valley residents. The district is…More operated by an elected five-member board of directors that meets on the second Thursday of each month.
Scotts Valley Fire District 7 Erba Ln, Scotts Valley, CA95066 The Scotts Valley Fire District serves approximately 18,600 people in a 22-square-mile area. It is an autonomous special…More district and receives all its funding from property taxes. The district has two fire stations in the city and is governed by a board of directors made up of five elected members. The board meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 7pm in the Scotts Valley City Council Chambers.
San Lorenzo Valley High School 7105 Highway 9, Felton, CA95018 San Lorenzo Valley High School provides instruction for students in grades nine through 12, with coursework including…More social studies, English, math, science, world languages, physical education and visual and performing arts. It also offers a Regional Occupation Program and electives such as health, student council, world literature and journalism. The school newspaper, The Claw, is available in print and online.
Scotts Valley Unified School District Office 4444 Scotts Valley Dr, Scotts Valley, CA95066 The Scotts Valley Unified School District serves approximately 2,650 students in the city. The district includes Brook…More Knoll Elementary School, Vine Hill Elementary School, Scotts Valley Middle School, Scotts Valley High School and the Independent Study/Home School program. The superintendent of the district is Susan Silver. The district also has a five-member board of directors who are elected to four-year terms.
Baymonte Christian School is an independent, interdenominational Christian school and educational program. The school…More offers a safe and academically enriching environment for students, including programs for children in preschool up through the eighth grade. Some lessons and activities include work in music, physical education, foreign language, religious studies, writing, social studies, math and much more. It offers numerous extracurriculars and electives, including sports, clubs, yearbook, computers, speech, art, band and ceramics.
The school is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges and the Association of Christian Schools International.