Alameda Science and Technology Institute 555 Ralph Appezzato Memorial Pkwy, Alameda, CA94501 Founded in 2004 as a partnership between the Alameda Unified School District and the College of Alameda and funded by a…More grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation, the Alameda Science and Technology Institute is an Early College High School. Students enroll in community college courses in their junior and senior years and can earn an associate's degree while in high school. In 2010, ASTI was chosen as one of the best high schools in America by US News and World Report and awarded a bronze medal, the highest award for a school of its size and type. Admission to ASTI, which is housed at the College of Alameda, is competitive and based on academic achievement and motivation as well as critical thinking and community involvement. Students do not need to be Alameda residents to attend ASTI.
Alameda Printing Services 2408 Lincoln Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Serving Alameda since 1972, Alameda Printing Services is currently owned and operated by Wayne and Victoria Cain. A…More veritable mom-and-pop shop, Alameda Printing specializes in high-speed copying for commercial businesses and schools. It provides typesetting, makes commercial booklets and offers minimal document creation services. As the oldest printing service on the island, Alameda Printing is a customer-oriented operation with affordable prices.
Alameda Unified School District 2200 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Serving Alameda children since 1855, this school district runs the city's kindergartens, grade schools, high schools and…More adult education classes. The district has been recognized for the high quality education its approximately 1,000 staff members provide.
Sy Academy 1414 Park Ave, Alameda, CA94501 Sy Academy offers tutoring, SAT prep, English as a Second Language classes, and TOEFL academic training. The academy is…More located in a modern building with Alameda Magazine and West Advertising. It's also a block from the Park St. business district, downtown Alameda, and Alameda High School.
Alameda Adult School 2250 Central Ave, Alameda, CA94501 The Alameda Adult School, housed in the former Alameda High School building on Central Avenue in Alameda, was founded in…More 1917. Classes are open to adults over 18, and registration in many courses is rolling. Students can earn credits toward a high school diploma or take classess in English as a second language, adult basic education, GED prep, parent education as well as many other subjects through the Lifelong Learner program. Courses are taught at the Central Avenue location in addition to other sites around Alameda. As of 2010, there were no course offerings in the summer due to budget cuts, but fall and spring course offerings include: English, math, world history, economics, PhotoShop, Excel, Word, QuickBooks, yoga and family literacy.
Twin Towers United Methodist Church of Alameda 1411 Oak St, Alameda, CA94501 Located on the corner of Central Avenue and Oak Street across from Alameda High School, the bells of the Twin Towers…More Church can be heard morning, noon and night throughout the Park Street Business District. Dedicated to "serving the needs of the least, the lost and the lonely," the Twin Towers congregation participates in many community-service projects including providing weekly home-cooked meals to the women and children at Alameda's Midway Shelter and, with several other congregations, providing welcome baskets to new residents of the Alameda Point Collaborative.