EXCELLENCE IN EDUCATION SINCE 1982
since-1982

Los Olivos Elementary School – Los Olivos, CA

Award Year 2016

Exemplary High Performing Schools

Los Olivos Elementary School

2540 Alamo Pintado Avenue
Los Olivos, CA, 93441-0208

(805) 688-4025

Mrs. Bridget Baublits, Principal at time of Nomination

Title I School

Los Olivos School District

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Mission

We are a dedicated to creating a safe and positive learning environment that develops the full potential and promotes the well-being of all students.
 

Student Demographics

  • White: 76%
  • Hispanic: 22%
  • Asian: 1%
  • Native American: 1%
  • ELL: 7%
  • Economically Disadvantaged: 17%
 

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The Los Olivos Elementary School staff and student body.

The Los Olivos Elementary School staff and student body.

Summary

Los Olivos Elementary School, dating to 1888, is home of the Spartans and a semi-rural school serving 150 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. The school district is a dedicated partnership of students, families, teachers, staff, administrators, school board, and community members that creates a safe and positive learning environment. This partnership develops the full potential and promotes the well-being of all students, enabling them to meet the challenges of our ever-changing world.

We believe that we are a welcoming, small town community of connected, creative, hardworking learners, who encourage one another to be positive, to be exploratory, to be risk-takers, and to embrace our differences. We believe every experience is an opportunity for growth and a path to success! In support of this philosophy we endeavor to provide students with a balanced educational program that is as rich in academic rigor as it is in the variety of performing arts classes that are available to all students throughout the week.

The Los Olivos School Foundation and Spartans Alliance support academic and enrichment programs such as visual and performing arts, music, technology, science, gardening, and foreign language. The involvement of our school's parent body makes an impact on the school culture and the success of our students. The efforts of all of our stakeholders are what make us so successful. The commitment of all stakeholders to providing the best possible educational experience for our students is the key ingredient to the overall academic, social, and fiscal health of the district.