Healdsburg Unified School District
Healdsburg’s schools are alive with excitement. With enthusiastic teachers, innovative administrators and a community that provides outstanding support, Healdsburg Unified School District is uniquely situated to provide an excellent educational experience to the children of the community.
Spanning kindergarten through high school, Healdsburg schools offer a sense of community that is rare in today’s society. Children enter the schools together in kindergarten and, 13 years later, graduate side-by-side from Healdsburg High School. The community supports the students every step of the way. Parents, grandparents, friends and community leaders gather to watch football and baseball games, judge the HFFCF animal competition and provide record levels of scholarship funds to graduating seniors. With this tremendous level of support, our students are free to explore, learn and grow in a safe and nurturing environment.
- Providing an academically rigorous education.
- Integrating technology into instruction across the board from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
- Developing a strong connection between students K-12 experience and life after graduation through classes such as STEM, Digital Media, Computer Science, Construction and Sustainability Academy and Culinary Education.
A new, state-of-the-art Technology/Library Center provides Healdsburg students with cutting-edge resources. Known for sending its graduates to some of the finest, most competitive schools across the nation, recent graduates are attending Yale, Stanford, Cornell, Tulane, the University of California at Berkeley, at Davis and at Los Angeles and the Claremont Colleges, as well as other outstanding state and private universities. Extracurricular activities in athletics, the arts and the agricultural community enrich the overall educational experience.
The Healdsburg area also has two small elementary (K-6) public schools, Alexander Valley School and West Side School. Both are intimate, award-winning schools with strong local support from the families whose children attend them.
Private Schools in Healdsburg
Healdsburg residents have available a variety of options for private education. St. John the Baptist Catholic School and The Healdsburg School operate a K-8 program in Healdsburg. Healdsburg has a Montessori School, as well as several privately run nursery and preschools. Rio Lindo Adventist Academy is an accredited, coeducational, Christian high school, open for day students and boarding students.