San Bruno Dog Obedience School 2921 Crestmoor Dr, San Bruno, CA94066 San Bruno Obedience School is a canine training facility. For maximum effectiveness, the school works with the dogs…More themselves and offers owners tips and tricks they can use at home to increase long-term behavioral changes. Their classes are held at nearby High School & College campuses and are open to all breeds (of any age).
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.
Cahill's Judo Academy 635 San Mateo Ave, San Bruno, CA94066 Cahill's Judo Academy in downtown San Bruno is a highly regarded judo and jujitsu school for children and adults that…More has trained state, national and Olympic champions. The head of the school is Willy Cahill, whose father established the academy in Daly City in 1948. Cahill is a member of the Black Belt Hall of Fame and has served as a coach for Stanford University, and the United States team in the Pan American Games, the world championships and the Olympics. Prices are among the lowest on the Peninsula and start at $45 a month for one class a week.
Rollingwood Elementary is part of the San Bruno Park School District, and serves K-6 students in the Rollingwood…More subdivision.
The school, which emphasizes being "Healthy and Green," has been presented with the J. Russell Kent award by the San Mateo County School Boards Association for exemplary programs. The Learning Center was established to focus on fluency and literacy for Rollingwood's English Learner and intervention students.
In addition to its core curriculum, the school offers after-school and intervention programs, including fencing, hip hop, cheerleading, a writer's workshop and circus school.
The school is one of the schools in the district to have an API of 800 or higher.