Where do MA’s students come from? A list of 42 middle schools.

Though we are less than two months into the school year, Marin Academy’s Admissions Team is already hard at work for the 2013-14 school year.  8th graders from all over the Bay Area are on campus visiting classes and getting a sense of what MA’s all about.  Over the past ten years 977 MA students have hailed from 116 different schools.  Is your middle school alma mater on this list of the top 42 (the extra two to account for a few ties along the way)?

Berkeley Montessori – Berkeley

Blue Oak Middle School – Napa

Bolinas – Bolinas

Brandeis – San Rafael / San Francisco

Katherine Delmar Burke School – San Francisco

Cathedral School for Boys – San Francisco

The Crowden School – Berkeley

Davidson Middle School – San Rafael

Del Mar Middle School – Tiburon

Greenwood School – Mill Valley

Hall Middle School – Larkspur

The Hamlin School – San Francisco

Hill Middle School – Novato

Julia Morgan School for Girls – Oakland

Kent Middle School – Kentfield

Marin Horizon School – Mill Valley

Marin Primary and Middle School – Larkspur

Marin Waldorf – San Rafael

Marin Country Day School – Corte Madera

Mill Valley Middle School – Mill Valley

Miller Creek Middle School – SanRafael

Mount Tamalpias School – Mill Valley

Nicasio School – Nicasio

Northern Light School – Oakland

Novato Charter School – Novato

Prospect Sierra – El Cerrito

Ring Mountain Day School – Mill Valley

Ross School – Ross

San Francisco Day School – San Francisco

San Domenico School – San Anselmo

San Jose Middle – Novato

Sinaloa Middle School – Novato

St. Anselm School – San Anselmo

St. Francis Solano – Sonoma

St. Mark’s School – San Rafael

Stuart Hall – San Francisco

Tehiyah Day School – El Cerrito

Town School for Boys – San Francisco

West Marin School – Point Reyes Station

White Hill Middle School – Fairfax

Windrush School – El Cerrito

The 2012-2013 school year marks 40 years of education at Marin Academy.  Throughout the year we will be commemorating this anniversary with on-campus events for students, special publications (including this on-going series of “lists of 40”), and a community celebration at Bimbo’s in San Francisco on April 20 (Save the date!).

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