Welcome to RVC

RVC emphasizes the joy of discovery: students are encouraged to follow their natural curiosity, and are given the space and tools to explore their interests. The RVC approach fosters independence and collaboration, individual responsibility and a caring sense of community.

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Learn about our program at our Open House

Thursday, January 24 at 6pm

97 Glen Drive in Fairfax

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Please contact the school office at (415) 534-6970 if you have any questions.

How to Apply

RVC welcomes all California residents to apply. We accept applications all year, and begin our admissions process for the Fall in February. Priority is given to families who apply by March 1. After that, our admissions process is conducted every other week and students are accepted or placed on a waitlist.

 

School tours are conducted throughout the year. Click here to sign up.

 

Don't miss our Open House for interested families on January 24.
Transitional Kindergarteners enjoy imagination play and outdoor exploration. In this image, a young girl stands with Ross Valley Charter students holding a kaleidoscope

Print, complete and mail paper applications to:

Ross Valley Charter
P.O. Box 791 • Fairfax, CA • 94978

Our Four-Step Admissions Process

RVC accepts all California resident students, from TK through 5th grade. Our enrollment process is simple.

  1. Submit an application by applying online or mailing in the form. At the end of the next enrollment period, the admissions process will be conducted to accept applicants, or a grade-level lottery will be conducted if there are more applicants than there are open spaces.
  2. Once RVC has conducted the admissions process, you will receive an offer of admission.
  3. Submit the “Admission Acceptance” form. You will receive a link to this form with your admission offer.
  4. Submit Enrollment documents.

Enrollment is valid until students graduate.

Enrollment FAQs

An oil painting that says we heart RVC. Ross Valley Charter is a loving elementary school community.
Quote: "When they give you an assignment, you get to take it to a whole new level and make it your own. This stays with you for your entire life, and becomes part of you as a person. Th teachers, you really get to know them as people over two years." said Keegan, student