• Stone Valley Middle School Conceptual Design

    Stone Valley Middle School Conceptual Design

  • Bella Vista Elementary opened to the public in August 2016.

  • San Ramon Valley High School Conceptual Design

    San Ramon Valley High School New Classroom Building

  • Monte Vista High School Bleachers

    Monte Vista High School Bleachers

Thanks to the generosity of the community, in 2012 voters passed Measure D, a $260 million local school bond that is helping to provide the San Ramon Valley Unified School District students with safe, 21st century learning environments. Measure D funds are used to upgrade San Ramon Valley school facilities. Better schools help build stronger communities and support local property values.

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Construction at Stone Valley Middle School to Begin Soon!

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) Board of Education awarded the remaining contracts for the work to be done at Stone Valley Middle School at their December 6 Board Meeting. Based on this action, construction crews are mobilizing and will begin footings and foundation work in early January. The new 2-story building is… Continue Reading

San Ramon Valley High School Project Moves Forward

At their December 6, 2017, Board Meeting, the San Ramon Valley Unified School District (SRVUSD) Board of Education Trustees unanimously approved the 90 percent drawings and updated cost estimate for San Ramon Valley High School’s new 52 classroom, 3-story, academic building. The project will dramatically improve campus functionality, pedestrian flow, campus supervision and safety, and the… Continue Reading

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The quality of our facilities should reflect the quality of the work that is going on inside our classrooms. Modern, up-to-date facilities show the community’s commitment to supporting the outstanding education being delivered to the students of the San Ramon Valley USD.

Denise Jennison -Member, SRVUSD Board of Education


Safe, well-maintained 21st century schools contribute to strong property values and benefit all San Ramon Valley residents.


Margie Hart - Chair, Facilities and Oversight Advisory Committee



Thanks to the support of San Ramon Valley residents, our students have access to outstanding facilities and learning environments that reflect our community’s commitment to education.

Marilyn Lucey - President, San Ramon Valley Council of PTAs

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District stands among the highest-achieving school districts in California. It covers 18 square miles, encompassing the communities of Alamo, Blackhawk, Danville, Diablo, and San Ramon (including the new Dougherty Valley communities in east San Ramon) as well as a small portion of Walnut Creek.

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