Portola Valley schools spend $15,000 a year per student Schools & Kids, posted by Editor, The Almanac Online, on Jul 23, 2007 at 6:23 pm
The Portola Valley School District starts its 2007-08 fiscal year on an upbeat note: a balanced $10.8 million budget, a projected 7.35 percent growth in property taxes, a 5 percent raise for teachers, and $2.1 million in reserves.
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Posted by Marjorie Mader, a resident of the Portola Valley: Ladera neighborhood, on Jul 30, 2007 at 11:28 am
Graduates of Portola Valley’s Corte Madera School go on to both public and private high schools. This year, 54 percent of the 71 graduating eighth-graders (38 students) are going on to Woodside High, Menlo-Atherton High, and Summit Charter in the Sequoia Union High School District. The other 33 students plan to attend various private schools -- Sacred Heart Prep, Menlo School, Woodside Priory School, St. Francis High, Castilleja, and Crystal Spring.