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Silverwood Elementary School
1649 Claycord Ave, Concord, CA 94521
Located on Claycord Avenue in a nice, quiet neighborhood, Silverwood boasts a diverse 400-student body and strongMore academics. It's helped by a faculty which includes teachers credentialed as ESL instructors and GATE teachers. An active PTA helps fund educational efforst via annual fundraisers like a pasta dinner and a fall carnival and also has several committees geared toward educational enrichment.
Queen of All Saints Parochial School
2391 Grant St, Concord, CA 94520
Located just across the street from the parish of the same name, QAS School serves children in kindergarten throughMore eighth grade with a traditional Catholic education. The active Parent Teachers Organization raises funds for the school in a variety of ways including auctions, dinners and selling QAS headbands.
Cambridge Community Center
1290 Monument Blvd, Concord, CA 94520
This non-profit center has been serving the community since 1979. The community center provides services to children inMore low-income families in the community including child development programs, daycare, lessons in self-sufficiency for parents wishing to start their own day care business and nutrition and active lifestyle education. The agency is funded through state, government, city and county resources. The center is housed within the Cambridge Child Development Center across from Cambridge Elementary School. 
Glenbrook Middle School
2351 Olivera Rd, Concord, CA 94520
Glenbrook Middle School--home of the Panthers--is located on Olivera Road north of town. It is one of the few schools inMore the district to have a sponsor: Tersoro Oil Refinery. Because it is categorized as a low-income school, it receives benefits from several federally and state-funded programs. One is Techbridge, helping connect young girls to success in tech fields. Another is Educational Talent Search (ETS), a federal program administered by DVC. It is designed to motivate, support and encourage low-income, first generation students to graduate from high school and continue on to college or vocational school. 
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