Charlotte Wood Middle School was built in 1950. The school was relocated and remodeled in 1991. It serves grades 6-8 students, with a population of 970. The number of staff is around 75. The school chosen colors are green and white. And the school mascot is known as “The Chargers”.
Their school community works collaboratively to provide the support and structure necessary for all students to achieve high levels of learning.
Driving Directions: Taking a 680 Freeway (North or South) to the Danville exit at Sycamore Valley Road. Go by Sycamore Valley Road to the North. Switch South (right) just past the freeway into Camino Ramon. Follow Camino Ramon and turn east (left) onto El Capitan for around 1 mile. The entrance to the school is to be on the left.
You can proceed along Sycamore Valley Road and turn right on GreenBrook if you miss the turn on Camino Ramon. Go a mile ahead and turn right onto El Capitan. The school entrance is placed to the right.
The nearest high school to Charlotte Wood Middle School is San Ramon Valley High School, which is 2.4 miles away.
The nearest middle school is Iron Horse Middle School, which is 2.3 miles away.
The nearest elementary school is Greenbrook Elementary School, which is 0.6 miles away.
Charlotte Wood Middle School is a well-established and even better maintained middle school in the San Ramon Valley Unified School District. Unlike some of the smaller districts in neighboring regions, academics, athletics, arts, and sciences are exceptional. Their ranking is reflective of true academics without excessive teaching-to-the-test drills to boost placement scores. They also have phenomenal grounds and locations in an older community.
The school’s admin, teachers, and office staff truly respected the students and made students accountable for their actions. All of their educators are all passionate and knowledgeable about their subjects. The campus is also well-maintained and the students take full advantage of the beautiful adjacent park for many activities.