Campbell Middle School 295 Cherry Ln, Campbell, CA95008 Located in the heart of Campbell, this middle school serves students in grades 5 to 8. The faculty at Campbell Middle…More School focuses on academic and social development and believes in positive reinforcement. Cynthia Dodd is the principal and the mascot is the bulldog.
Campbell Union School District is the elementary and middle school district in Campbell and one of three districts…More that serve the children of the community. It was established in 1921 and includes nine elementaries, three middle schools and one commuinty day school. The district serves not only Campbell but also the Los Gatos, San Jose, Monte Sereno and Santa Clara communities.
There are 7,300 students and 722 employees in the district. In 2009, the district saw a rise in its API score of 25 points, bringing its districtwide score up to 831. The state of California rates its schools on a 200 to 1,000 point system, with 800 the current benchmark.
Rolling Hills Middle School 1585 More Ave, Los Gatos, CA95032 Rolling Hills is located in the southwestern corner of the Campbell Union School District bordering the towns of…More Los Gatos, Saratoga, and Campbell. Rolling Hills Middle School fosters individual creativity, provides a safe and orderly campus, and promotes a culture of dignity and respect for all. A caring and nurturing staff ensures all students' well-being and encourages them to reach their potential.
Waves Working Against Violence 100 Gilman Ave, Campbell, CA95008 Waves Working Against Violence is located in Campbell. This organization focuses on keeping violence out of middle and…More high school. Waves Working Against Violence maintains an educational awareness campaign, as well as help and support for teachers. For further information, visit Waves Working Against Violence's website.
John D. Morgan Park is Campbell's largest park, at 38 acres of green, two baseball diamonds, two sets of playgrounds,…More a soccer bowl, horseshoe pits, tennis courts, two sand volleyball courts and a winding trail that joggers, walkers and strollers can all enjoy. It was named after former Campbell Police Chief John D. Morgan.
Bordered by San Tomas Expressway on one side, Rincon Avenue on the other, Budd Avenue and Campbell Middle School, this park has everything anyone can want.
The playground at the Rincon Avenue side is geared towards toddlers and younger children, with various play houses, a water feature, jungle gym and teeter totter. Parents can watch from the various benches and seating areas, most under ample shade.
At the Budd Avenue side, the playground is geared towards the older children, with a massive playstructure, two tubular slides and various climbing features. Two sets of swings accomodate the younger children and parents have ample amounts of seating here as well.
Morgan Park is also home to the Campbell-Moreland Pony/Colt Baseball League.
The park also has three group picnic areas available for reservation as well as public areas that are first-come, first-serve.
The rest of the park consists of green open space with various large trees providing a sense of seclusion amidst the busy expressway that borders one of the park's edges.
Editor's Note: This park is home to geese and because of that, there is a fair amount of geese leavings. Please be aware of this when choosing shoes to wear there and while in the grass.