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Mount Diablo Unified School District Administrative Offices
1936 Carlotta Dr, Concord, CA 94519
Mount Diablo Unified is one of the state's largest school systems, with a kindergarten through 12th grade population ofMore more than 36,000 students. There are 56 schools and programs. The district office is located on Carlotta Avenue, next to Monte Gardens Elementary School. There are six high schools, one continuation high school, four Necessary Small High Schools (NSHS), 10 middle schools, 29 elementary schools, one Independent Study program, two special education schools and two adult education centers.
Carondelet High School
1133 Winton Dr, Concord, CA 94518
Carondelet High School is a desirable all-girls Catholic school located off Treat Boulevard at Winton Drive. ItMore stresses academic achievement while providing a strong faith-based curriculum that can be integrated through all parts of the girls' lives. It stresses social responsibility and the students are all required to give back to the community. It also has a very strong athletic program that seeks to balance body, mind and spirit. This school is the companion school to the all-boys De La Salle High School. Admission is fairly competitive. The school keeps an open wait list.
East Bay Cardiovascular & Thoracic Associates
2485 High School Ave, Concord, CA 94520
East Bay Cardiovascular & Thoracic Associates is a medical clinic that specializes in cardiac surgery,More cardiothoracic surgery, general surgery and thoracic surgery.
Varon, David N., MD
2485 High School Ave, Concord, CA 94520
Dr. David N. Varon is a physician specializing in gastroenterology. Call to schedule an appointment.
Concord High School
4200 Concord Blvd, Concord, CA 94521
Located on the southeast side of town, Concord High—home of the Minutemen—is a reflection of the diversityMore of Concord and California as a whole. It is known for excellent academics and strong athletics. It is also home to the Concord Academy, a small learning community that focuses on academics, diversity and social responsibility.
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