Our Schools

St. Helena Unified School District is comprised of a primary school (238 students) and an elementary school (236 students), both with alternative programs, a middle school (288 students), and a high school (507 students). Students from two nearby elementary districts also attend.

The staff is comprised of 91 certificated teachers, 5 counselors, and 85 classified employees. There are 4 principals, 2 vice principals, a CBO, a Director of Student Support Services, and the Superintendent serving as the District's Administrative Council.

The District is a Basic Aid District with a yearly budget of approximately $22 million.

Through parent groups, the St. Helena Public Schools Foundation, and unmatched gifting, the local community augments the athletic and fine arts programs, enriches classrooms, and provides an impressive number of scholarships to high school graduates. There is strong community support for the schools, including a tremendous volunteer support program.

The City is also home to two preschools, a Montessori school, the Upper Valley Campus of Napa Valley College, and The Culinary Institute of America at Greystone.

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