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Building for Student Success

  • San Rafael City Schools’ bond program, comprised of $108 million to fund updates to our elementary and middle schools and $161 million for our high schools, was generously approved by San Rafael voters in November 2015.

    Over the next eight years, the bond program will provide much needed capital improvements to our facilities, and includes significant funding directed at creating safe, innovative learning environments and instructional technology to support 21st Century learning. Additional classrooms, labs and equipment will reduce overcrowding in our schools and will meet the growing demand for hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) classes.

News & Updates

  • Website in Development

    Our website is "under construction," just as our schools will be soon! Please check back often for updates.

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  • Final SRHS Environmental Impact Report

    After a nine-month development and review process, San Rafael City Schools has prepared a final Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed expansion and reconstruction at the San Rafael High School campus. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that the District conduct environmental review of the project, which has the potential to result in physical change in the environment. Click the headline to learn more and to download the final EIR. 

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  • Architectural Firms Selected

    In August 2016, the SRCS Board of Education approved the pool of available and prequalified architectural firms to perform comprehensive design services on selected projects within the Measure A and B Programs. Click the headline to learn about the selected firms. 

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  • Notice of Preparation of an Environmental Impact Report for the SRHS Campus

    San Rafael City Schools is preparing an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed expansion and reconstruction at the San Rafael High School campus located at 185 Mission Avenue. The California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) requires that the District conduct environmental review of the project, which has the potential to result in physical change in the environment. Click the headline to learn more and to download the NOP.

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  • SRCS Announces New Program Management Team

    Following an extensive search and interview process, the Board of Education approved the hiring of Van Pelt Construction Services in June 2016 to guide the eight-year program. Through their program management services, VPCS will work in collaboration with District staff, architects, contractors and consultants in all phases of construction for the $269 million improvement program. Click the headline to learn more.

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  • Program Maps Approved, Will Guide Development of Master Implementation Plan

    In April 2016, following months of community workshops and conversations on improving our school facilities, the Board of Education took action on several key elements of the bond program, including adopting the program maps and the first phase of implementation. Click the headline to learn more.

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School Projects

  • SRHS Stadium

    The revitalization project will bring Miller Field up-to-date and more aligned with other high schools in Marin County.

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