Hesselgren Primary Center 500 Acacia Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 Hesselgren Primary Center, located across the parking lot from the San Bruno Park School District, houses two…More pre-schools: Allen Pre-School, a state-subsidized pre-school for 3- to 5-year-olds, and Hugs Hangout, a private school.
St Andrew's Pre-School 1600 Santa Lucia Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 St. Andrew's Pre-School provides age-appropriate learning to two- to four-year-olds. The school has several classrooms…More where, in addition to learning different skills, children are also taught science and cooking. The school is located on the bottom floor of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church next to San Bruno City Park.
Sheila's In-Home Pre-School 931 Angus Ave W, San Bruno, CA94066 Sheila's In-Home Pre-School, owned and run by Sheila Kermani-Cary, is a home-based Montessori program that focuses on…More teaching children at a young age with individually tailored learning plans. The program emphasizes learning phonics and other subjects in a non-competitive environment, with the goal of getting the child to learn how to read before kindergarten.
The San Bruno Park School District is comprised of seven elementary schools and one middle school, with a total…More enrollment of more than 2,600 students. The schools in the district have received a number of accolades, including California Distinguished School awards, California Business for Excellence in Education awards and Danford Foundation Grant awards for instructional technology. The district also has state-sponsored pre-schools at a number of school sites. According to recent standardized test results, San Bruno Park students scored proficient or higher in math and English/language arts, but were slightly below the state average in science and history/social studies. The superintendent is Dr. David Hutt.
Bright Star 498 Cunningham Way, San Bruno, CA94066 Bright Star is a Pre-School and Child Development Center. For two decades, Bright Star has provided a safe, fun,…More educational environment for children between the ages of two and five. Bright Star gives parents the satisfaction that their children are being cared for and allows children to build social skills, learn to share and respect one another.