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With its diverse ecosystem, the Point Reyes Seashore and Tomales Bay coastal estuary is a Mecca for those enjoying outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, kayaking, and bird watching. If you are thinking about purchasing real estate in this vital part of Marin County's coastline, one consideration might be the educational needs of your family.

Public Schools serving Tomales Bay & Point Reyes

Shoreline Unified School District provides elementary and secondary education to children from the Marin County communities of Point Reyes, Tomales Bay, Olema, Inverness, and Marshall. The Shoreline Unified School District also serves students from the Bodega Bayarea of Sonoma County.

 

Bodega Bay Elementary School

1200 Canon Street

Bodega Bay, CA 94923

(707) 875-2724

Bodega Bay Elementary

Grades: K-5

Bodega Bay Elementary School is a small necessary school that serves between 40 and 50 students in multi-graded classrooms. Bodega Bay Elementary was named a California Distinguished School in 1989.

 

Inverness Elementary School

Bayview & Mesa

Point Reyes Station, CA 94956

(415) 669-1018

Inverness School

Grades: K-1

Inverness Elementary School provides education to the very young primary grades in the Inverness area.

 

Tomales Elementary School

40 John Street

Tomales, CA 94971

(707) 878-2214

Grades: K-8

Tomales Elementary School

Tomales Elementary School has a student body of approximately 240 students. In addition to core curriculum that follows state standards, Tomales Elementary provides programs in music and computers. There is after school homework support for some grade levels.

 

West Marin Elementary School

1150 Hwy 1

Point Reyes, CA 94956

(415) 663-1014

West Marin School

Grades: 2-8

West Marin Elementary School operates on a traditional school calendar. Class sizes are small (an average of 21 students per class). West Marin School offers in-school and after school tutoring. It also provides an after-school homework center.

 

Tomales High School

3850 Irvin Lane

Tomales, CA 94971

(707) 878-2286

Tomales High School

Grades: 9-12

Tomales High School is a comprehensive, college preparatory high school that serves the northwestern part of Marin and the Bodega Bay area in Sonoma County. In addition to classrooms, the campus of Tomales High School has a science lab, a small theater, a gymnasium, a band room, a newly remodeled library with computers, an art studio, a weather station, tennis courts, and sports fields. Tomales High students have the advantage of studying marine and environmental science while working with scientists at the Tomales Environmental Learning Center, a "school-within-a-school" located on the Tomales High campus.

 

Shoreline High School

Irvin Road

Tomales, CA 94971

(707) 878-2286 x245

Grades: 9-12

Shoreline High School is Shoreline District's continuation high school.

 

Shoreline Independent Study

Irvin Road

Tomales,  CA 94971

(707) 878-2286 x245

Grades: K-12

Shoreline Independent Study provides support for the district's independent studies program.

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