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Public & Private Schools in Marin County, California

Once you have made the decision to relocate to Marin County, there are many things you will need to consider. Whether you are moving across the bay or across the country, finding a good realtor should be your first concern. A knowledgeable realtor will provide you with invaluable advice and facilitate the process of finding the right home. Part of that process will involve, for many families, understanding the schools and finding one that is a good fit for your child and your family.

Marin County has a tradition of providing excellent educational opportunities for its youth. The public schools are well-regarded and rank highly in comparison to schools throughout California. In addition, Marin is home to many prestigious private schools. Schools in Marin County offer something for everyone, from a one-room schoolhouse to a democratically run school, where students, teachers, and parents all have equal voice. There are public and private Montessori and Waldorf schools. There are multigraded classrooms and traditional single grade classrooms. In all likelihood, you'll find what you are seeking — or perhaps your curiosity will be piqued and you may venture into new academic territory!

Marin Modern Real Estate has compiled a wealth of information about the schools in Marin County, which will be helpful in assisting you in your search for a new home. For information on specific areas, click on the community you are interested in and you will find a summary of the schools, both public and private, that serve each neighborhood.

In addition, the following links will provide you with the results of the state accountability testing for the public schools in Marin County:

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