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Acme Auto Repair
2825 the Alameda, Concord, CA 94519
Located off the north west corner of Clayton Road is the large multi garage for Acme Auto Repair. Family owned andMore operated since 1950 Acme Auto Repair has always held true to their tradition of commiting and providing auto repair at a reasonable cost and high ethical standards for customer satisfaction. Acme Auto repair provides a wide rage of automotive services including factory specified maintenence, engine and transmission replacements and smog tests and repairs.
Mountain View Elementary School
1705 Thornwood Dr, Concord, CA 94521

Mountain View Elementary is perhaps best known throughout the Mt. Diablo Unified School District for its emphasis onMore special education. It has the only Sensory Integration Room in the district. Parents are very active, both as classroom volunteers and with the Parent Faculty Club, which hosts an annual carnival, book fairs, Red Ribbon Week, science fair and other fundraising events throughout the year.

This public school has about 400 pre-K to 5th grade students. There are Academic contests, Band and P.E. classes and received a 6 out of 10 rating on GreatSchools.org based on state standardized tests.  

Concord Christian Schools
2120 Olivera Ct, Concord, CA 94520

Concord Christian Schools is a great alternative to public schools in the Concord area. Starting out as a preschoolMore in 1967, Concord Christian Schools have developed into a preschool - 12th grade learning environment focusing on the standard core curriculum of math, reading and writing.

However, it's not your traditional classroom setting as the teachers use Abeka Curriculum, which teaches standard math and phonics through biblical context and principles. Out-of-classroom activities are part of the curriculum and involves anything fun and exciting like bowling, swimming or rock climbing.

PreK - 5th grade is a teacher taught curriculum while 6-12th grade is teacher assisted. To become accepted, there is an evaluation with a teacher for placement for K-5th grades. For 6-8th graders, there is a placement test and for the remaining grades, you will need a transcript. 

There is a wonderful sense of community and purpose as many of the faculty have been there from anywhere between 5 to 39 years. The principal has not only worked there for the past 11 years, but was also a student from 4th grade on and considers this her "home away from home".

It is a member of the Association of Christian Schools International with the goal of academic and character development as well as harnessing a deeper understanding and knowledge for God.  They strive to develop the mind, body and spirit of each student.