Eager to learn about what makes our schools stand out above the rest? We’ve got you covered. Explore the variety of Mountain House schools below. Then, find out the benefits of a Mountain House education or visit the Lammersville Unified School District website for more information.
Of more than 1,000 districts in the state, only 22 earn the honor of California Exemplary School District—and our own Lammersville USD was among the winners! (Even better news? The requirement that one school in the district be on the 2019 California Distinguished Schools Eligibility List was met by Mountain House High School.) This title recognizes the leadership in curriculum and teaching that creates powerful academic outcomes for students.
Dedicated to academic and social success, Altamont provides young minds with a strong foundation in math, science, and the humanities. Students can also show their Panther Pride in the Science Olympiad and sports like volleyball and basketball. The school, our newest elementary school at Mountain House, is designed to house 800-900 students from kindergarten to eighth grade.
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.
Coming soon to the distinguished family of Lammersville Unified District schools is Cordes Elementary! This K-8 school is planned to begin construction in Cordes Village starting in 2019 and scheduled to open for the 2020-2021 school year. For more information on the upcoming school, click here or contact Lammersville Unified school district for details and updates.
The brand-new Hansen Elementary School is the latest addition to the family of outstanding onsite Lammersville District schools for students in grades K-8. Want to know more? Contact the school district for details and updates.
A community of bright, thoughtful young citizens, Lammersville Elementary cultivates the potential in every student through premier academics and stimulating programs. Common Core, GATE, and Accelerated Reader curricula are complemented by sports and anti-bullying, Academic Pentathlon, science fair, and wellness initiatives.
High academic achievement is a way of life here at Questa, which also boasts thriving arts and athletics programs—so every student will find an inspiring niche. Within the award-winning Lammersville Unified School District, Sebastian Questa offers the following programs: after-school volleyball, Leadership Group, band, Math Olympiad, Academic Pentathlon, after-school basketball, drama club, and ASB.
Truly at the center of the community, our school is surrounded by Wicklund Village—so parents can watch their kids head to campus every morning and afternoon. In an energetic atmosphere at the center of Wicklund Village, students excel in core subjects, exceed high standards, and shine in extracurriculars like drama, yearbook, soccer, and Math Olympiad.
Combining the support system of a small town with the innovative and rigorous curriculum of a top district, Mountain House High School helps students thrive now and into the future. We’re home to one of the country’s first 1:1 Chromebook initiatives, and offer each student a top-notch education through core and advanced classes, individualized attention and school activities like clubs, sports, dances, rallies, and other special projects.
Mountain House High School is the proud recipient of the reputable California School Board Association (CSBA) Golden Bell Award for its Early College Pathway Program! This program partners with the nearby San Joaquin Delta College to provide students with high school and college classes that allows for the exploration of potential fields of study in a rigorous yet supportive environment. For more information, visit the Lammersville School District website.
Located at the south end of Mountain House, this accredited two-year college provides undergraduate studies and continuing education. The college is dedicated to helping its faculty, staff, and students form a community of learners to pursue and achieve ever-higher educational goals, while fully appreciating the diverse and dynamic world around them.