About Us

Miramonte Christian School

Do you want your child to fall in love with learning?

Miramonte Christian School fosters independence, confidence, critical thinking abilities and creativity in a warm and welcoming environment. Our hands-on, ‘whole child’ approach supports each student’s unique qualities and individual learning style for a learning experience that’s compelling, effective and fun!

⭐️ We offer a ‘whole student’ education
⭐️ Affordable tuition
⭐️ Smaller class sizes
⭐️ A warm and welcoming learning environment
⭐️ Commitment to community service
⭐️ Frequent student leadership opportunities

Now offering programs for children ages 5 – 14 years old. Spots are filling up fast, don’t wait!

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The Principal’s Message


Anthony Neely

Thank you for taking the time to learn more about Miramonte Christian School. Each day at our school is an exciting new opportunity to enrich the minds of our students, and we hope your child will join us.

Miramonte Christian School welcomes students regardless of race, gender, national and ethnic origin, and is non discriminatory in all our policies. We accept children between the ages of 5 and 14 years old.

Please contact us regarding availability for your child, and to schedule your personal tour of our school. We will be happy to answer your questions and provide additional information about our educational programs.

Kind regards,

Anthony Neely
Principal, Miramonte Christian School

Our History

In 1904, the Seventh-day Adventist Church’s Pacific Press Publishing Association relocated from Oakland, California to Mountain View, bringing Adventist families who desired to have their children receive a Christian education that they might “grow in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.” With that, the Adventist church established “The Pacific Press Training School” in October of 1905 and then an elementary school with 48 students in 1906 at the Press on Villa Street off of what was then named Bailey Ave (now Shoreline Blvd). Initially called the Mountain View Church School and including secondary students, the school quickly grew in size, and in 1918 the high school section was named Mountain View [Union] Academy which is located on the block bounded by West Dana Street – Mountain View Ave – California Street – South Shoreline Boulevard, and the elementary section took the name Miramonte Church School. In 1972, Miramonte Christian School moved from the Villa Street location in Mountain View to the current location, the site of the former Los Altos Carmel Avenue Elementary public school, on Altamead Drive in Los Altos.

Our Mission

Miramonte Christian School, an elementary and middle school, provides a Christ-centered, whole-child education to create compassionate citizens, discerning leaders, and purpose-empowered individuals.

Our Vision

Christ-centered, Whole Child Education:

Jesus Christ is the reason for our school’s existence; therefore, our curriculum, conversation, activities, and how we treat each other and manage classrooms are based on the life and teachings of Jesus Christ.

We believe that the child is to develop in all four aspects of our being – spiritually, mentally, physically, and socially – just as Jesus did. *Therefore, we create a balance of education to address all four aspects.*Luke 2:52

Building upon our Diversity to Create:

Compassionate Citizens: Nurture the spirit of service and the ability to recognize and appreciate the value of each person.
Discerning Leaders: Empower students to think critically and confidently, exhibit responsible leadership, and display courageous vision.
Purpose-empowered Individuals: Inspire students to discover their potential and to joyfully impact humanity.

Growing Strong, Independent, and Responsible Christian Children.

We are committed at Miramonte Christian School to provide opportunities for students to achieve their personal best, become responsible and productive citizens, and embrace lifelong learning in a safe and positive environment. Our goal is to help students become competent compassionate Christians by:

  • Encouraging an ongoing, personal relationship with Christ, manifested in our love for others.
  • Cultivating active, compassionate, responsible servants of our community and our world.
  • Building a loving, accepting community that nurtures the development of respect for self and others.
  • Teaching leadership, cooperation, and willingness to take responsibility.
  • Encouraging a life-long love of staying fit and healthy in mind, body, and spirit.
  • Striving to develop lifelong learners, enthusiastic problem-solvers, and pursuers of excellence.

Experience why our children are HAPPY to learn!