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Schools in Palm Springs, CA

About Palm Springs Schools

  • There are 14 K-12 schools in Palm Springs, CA, including 8 public schools and 6 private schools. Palm Springs public schools belong to one districts, Palm Springs Unified School District.
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  • There are 12 Palm Springs elementary schools, 6 Palm Springs middle schools, 3 Palm Springs high schools and 20 Palm Springs preschool schools.

Palm Springs School Districts

 preschools public schools private schools
  • Name

    Type

    Grade
    Level

    Enrollment

    TestRating

  • Raymond Cree Middle School

    1011 Vista Chino
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    Public

    6-8

    997

  • Desert Chapel Christian

    630 S Sunrise Way
    Palm Springs, CA 92264

    Private

    K-12

    352

        N/A
  • St Theresa Elementary School

    455 S Compadre Rd
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    Private

    PK,K-8

    301

        N/A
  • King's Schools Of The Desert

    67675 Bolero Rd
    Palm Springs, CA 92264

    Private

    PK,K-8

    187

        N/A
  • Ramon Academy

    2248 East Ramon Rd
    Palm Springs, CA 92264

    Alt.

    7-11

    67

  • Montessori Elementary School Of Palm Springs

    1800 E Vista Chino
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    Private, Montessori

    K-6

    32

        N/A
  • Showing 1 - 6 of 6 middle schools
  • Palm Springs High School

    2401 East Baristo Rd
    Palm Springs, CA 92262

    Public

    9-12

    2196

  • Desert Chapel Christian

    630 S Sunrise Way
    Palm Springs, CA 92264

    Private

    K-12

    352

        N/A
  • Ramon Academy

    2248 East Ramon Rd
    Palm Springs, CA 92264

    Alt.

    7-11

    67

  • Showing 1 - 3 of 3 high schools

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