For most younger families, school district is one of the key important criteria when looking at real estate. Here in the Upper East area of Santa Barbara, the primary public school is Roosevelt. The local opinion of Roosevelt is almost across the board very very positive. Here is the current review by GreatSchools.org.
“Our strong community of teachers, parents, and staff make Roosevelt a wonderful place for children to learn and grow.
Together, we rigorously prepare our students for the future, while inspiring them to become life-long learners. Our mission is to nurture problem-solving, compassionate, and responsible future citizens who honor diversity and positively impact their communities and world.
Roosevelt’s academic program is led by a dynamic and seasoned staff of educators who care deeply about the growth and development of their students. The program includes a comprehensive language arts and math curriculum and GATE Program, along with weekly music, studio art, computer lab, and PE classes for all grades.
A few of Roosevelt’s enrichment programs include extended outdoor education at Catalina Island Cimi Camp, Rancho El Chorro Camp and Outdoor School; Los Marineros, a marine biology program developed by the Museum of Natural History; PTO-sponsored arts assemblies, field trips, parent workshops, and after school classes (ASEP) such as yoga, dance, cooking and cartooning.”…excerpt from website of school.
With regards to real estate, Roosevelt School sits in the middle of The Upper East, surrounded by homes ranging on average in price from $1,500,000 to $3,000,000.
Below is the up to date list of All Active Real Estate in the Roosevelt School district.
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