2 of our Pleasanton Schools with Top Rankings from U.S. News and World Report

For many of our clients, when we ask what are the most important things to you when looking for a home, “Great Schools for our kids” is typically on the top of their list of needs…as it should be.

Thats why so many East Bay families are moving to the area, specifically Pleasanton. 2 of our comprehensive high schools have been on the “Best American High Schools” list, and there are only 3 high schools here. Both Amador Valley High School and Foothill High School are on that list. Both located right here in beautiful Pleasanton California.

Pleasanton-High-Schools

Both schools have received the highest possible award…The Gold Award. Pretty impressive to have 2 in the same city, or at least for a city the size of ours. It’s not only the amazing teachers here, but these awards are due to the combination of efforts from the educators, support staff, the parents and of course…the students. Amador Valley High was ranked 47 in the entire state and Foothill High was ranked 79. Now, when you think about the fact that these rankings were compiled from 19,908 qualifying High schools in the country and just under 2,400 in the State, that’s in the top 3% in the country and in the top 2% for the state.

That’s amazing and we are so proud of our students and educators here in Pleasanton.
Here are a few more statistics of our Pleasanton School District.

East Bay School data

Pleasanton CA Schools
If you would like more information on or schools here in Pleasanton, or even on the surrounding areas of Dublin, Livermore and Walnut Creek, Contact Us here at Armario Venema Homes. We are more than happy to help you find a home in the Tri-Valley area.

Author: kimhuntkw

We specialize in Real Estate in the Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore areas of the East Bay in California

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