With a top-rated K-8 school at the center of every village, students are never far from academic excellence. Located in the esteemed Lammersville Unified School District, students can walk or bike to Sebastian Questa, Bethany, Altamont or Wicklund Elementary Schools, and Mountain House High School. Looking for intelligent life? See how we learn.
452 W. St. Francis Street, Mountain House, CA 95391
Principal: James Yeager
Altamont Elementary School has 34 classrooms with buildings for administrative offices, a library and a multipurpose room-cafeteria on campus. The school is designed to house 800-900 students from Kindergarten to eighth grade.
Altamont Elementary is the newest elementary school in Mountain House and is located at the corner of West Saint Francis Avenue and Rockridge Street in Altamont Village to keep up with the demand of incoming students, particularly in transitional Kindergarten.
570 Escuela Dr., Mountain House, CA 95391
Principal: Keri Buckley
The second school to open in Mountain House, Bethany Elementary is a community dedicated to setting high expectations for academic achievement, student involvement, and citizenship. Our teachers and staff work to provide the best education possible for your children, not only with regards to high academic standards, but also the self-discipline and leadership skills necessary to be successful in the classroom, on campus, and in the larger community.
Our hard work and diligence has paid off with the release of Bethany’s 2013 Academic Performance Index (API) score, which is 910, up 11 points from 2012. This makes Bethany the highest scoring school in the Lammersville Unified School District, as well as the highest scoring traditional school in San Joaquin County.
1090 S. Central Parkway, Mountain House, CA 95391
Principal: Ben Fobert
If you’d like your children to attend a high school within their own community, you’re in luck! Mountain House High School is located at the corner of Mustang Way and Central Parkway. The new 9th-12th grade campus opened for the 2014-2015 school year. The school will initially serve students in 9th and 10th grades, and will serve all four grades beginning in the 2015-2016 school year. Go, Mustangs!
Located at the south end of Mountain House, San Joaquin Delta College provides higher education to residents and the public, alongside onsite elementary, middle and high school education, ensuring a passionate community culture of lifelong learning. Committed to educational excellence and student success for over 75 years, San Joaquin Delta College is an accredited two-year college that provides undergraduate studies “through continuing, transfer, career, and technical education, and economic development,” according to their mission statement. The college's vision is for the faculty, staff, and students of San Joaquin Delta College to form a community of learners to pursue and achieve ever-higher educational goals, while fully appreciating the diverse and dynamic world around them.
685 N. Montebello St., Mountain House, CA 95391
Principal: Lem Vergara
Within the award-winning Lammersville Unified School District, Sebastian Questa Elementary embraces high academic achievement as reflected by its outstanding 2012 API score of 881. With the belief that extracurricular and enrichment activities help to improve the educational and social development and experiences of students, Questa Elementary School offers the following programs: After-school Volleyball, Leadership Group, Band, Math Olympiad, Academic Pentathlon, After-school Basketball, Drama Club and ASB.
300 E Legacy Dr., Mountain House, CA 95391
Principal: Chantell Tarver
Truly at the center of the community, Wicklund Elementary is surrounded by Wicklund Village, enabling students to walk to and from campus. With an outstanding API score of 825 during its first year, and up 12 points in 2012 for a score of 852, Wicklund Elementary is one of the top schools in San Joaquin County. In addition to a rigorous academic program, Wicklund embraces high expectations of student behavior and celebrates diversity.
Activities, honors, and programs include: Student of the Month, academic and citizenship honors, CJSF recognition, DARE program, Presidential Fitness Awards, and perfect attendance. Extracurricular activities, clubs, and programs include: after- school sports, ASB Student Council, Pentatholon, Science Olympiad, Math Olympiad, California Junior Scholastic Federation, and intramural sports program.