Scotts Valley High School 555 Glenwood Dr, Scotts Valley, CA95066 This newly-constructed high school campus is still growing. Set in the foothills overlooking northern Scotts Valley, the…More grounds feature a large sports complex, auditorium and courtyard. Scotts Valley High School offers IB curriculum, designed to prepare students for college learning and life experiences.
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.
Scotts Valley High School 555 Glenwood Dr, Scotts Valley, CA95066 A member of the Scotts Valley Unified School District in Santa Cruz County, Scott Valley High School is a public school…More for students grades 9 through 12. The school's mascot is a falcon. The school features an International Baccalaureate program and sports such as swimming, diving, water polo, cross country, baseball, basketball, lacrosse, soccer and volleyball.
Brook Knoll Elementary School 151 Brook Knoll Dr, Scotts Valley, CA95060 Set in the rural area of South Scotts Valley, Brook Knoll Elementary has received honors for its curriculum and enjoys…More high testing averages consistently. The large campus is set in a landscape of redwoods and family homes. Kids will learn a variety of skills to prepare them for middle school and life beyond. From outdoor gardens and physical activities to the computer lab, the faculty offers many avenues for learning.
City of Scotts Valley Wastewater Reclamation Facilities 700 Lundy Ln, Scotts Valley, CA95066 The Scotts Valley Water Reclamation Facility is a state-of-the-art facility owned and operated by the city to provide…More wastewater treatment services and high-quality recycled water to residents. Originally constructed in 1964 to treat 30,000 gallons a day, the plant now has the capacity to treat 1.5 million gallons a day. The facilitly supplies recycled water to irrigate landscapes at local parks, schools residences and businesses.
Bank of America's logo has always designated a site where customers can meet their personal banking needs. And now…More that Merril Lynch has become a part of the company's family, the bank is more comprehensive, with support and advisement in wealth management. And at this Scotts Valley branch, customers can count on ample parking and a spacious bank. </p>
<p>Throughout its 40+ years in Scotts Valley, Bank of America has been prolifically involved in volunteering and contributing charitable donations to the community. The branch even offers academic programs to support high school graduates with stellar records. </p>