The Nevada City School District is nestled in the beautiful Sierra Nevada foothills and is home to students in transitional kindergarten through eighth grade. We are committed to provide an environment in which all students learn and achieve to the best of their abilities and talents; become life-long, enthusiastic learners; and develop a positive self-concept and sense of responsibility. We are a Positive Behavior Interventions and Support (PBIS) District.
Deer Creek Elementary School is a 2012 California Distinguished school and provides a comprehensive academic program. Students participate in a daily enrichment program that offers specialized instruction in Art, Computers, Fitness, and Library skills. The school is located at 805 Lindley Ave, Nevada City and houses transitional kindergarten - fourth grade students.
Seven Hills Middle School is a 2009 California Distinguished school and enjoys a strong academic reputation, balanced with an exciting enrichment program that supports students' academic and personal interests. The school is located at 750 Hoover Lane, Nevada City and is home to grades fifth-eighth.
Nevada City Charter School prides itself in providing a nurturing, flexible learning environment focusing on individual student needs and has served kindergarten through eighth grade students and their families for 18 years. The charter advocates home schooling and welcomes the opportunity to help students reach their educational goals.The school is located at 750 Hoover Lane, Nevada City.
Kid's Club is our Extended Child Care Program designed to offer a quality, affordable before and after school experience to students enrolled in the district. We have two school sites that offer child care: Deer Creek School in Room 9 and Seven Hills School in Room B-6. Please contact Darby Talbott at 478-8209 for more information. Click here for forms and handbooks.
Nevada City School District prohibits discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and bullying based on actual or perceived ancestry, age, color, disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, nationality, race or ethnicity, religion, sex, sexual orientation, parental, family or marital status, or association with a person or a group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Title IX Coordinator is Superintendent Trisha Dellis. Click here for additional information on Civil Rights.