At CASTLE, we CARE for children year round. Our preschool program for 3 and 4 year olds at Park Side School offers a safe, nurturing, environment that fosters the skills children need for Kindergarten.More


Park Side

Our school on the hill provides a curriculum based on a local and global vision that educates our children for their world now and in the future. More


Brook Haven

Brook Haven offers a consistent school experience from 5th through 8th grade. Our students excel academically, socially, emotionally, and athletically.  More


A judicial ruling in a recent court case is impacting the sharing of student data in our state, Morgan Hill Case Order will provide you with a summary of the case.

As a result of this ruling, neither your school, or the Sebastopol Union School District are being required to share student information, so it is not necessary to contact your school or the District if you are concerned. However, the California Department of Education (CDE) is being compelled by the judge to release information to attorneys working on a case. If you object to the CDE sharing information about your student(s) you can write a letter to the judge by following these steps: Include the name of the student on whose behalf the letter is written, the author’s name and relationship to the student, the student’s date of birth, county, school district, and school, and, if desired, the basis of the objection. Or you may file your objection by completing the Morgan Hill Objection form and follow the direction on the bottom of the form.

 2016/17 School Year Calendar Link to PDF: Calendar 2016-2017 Final   2016/17 Lunch Application Please complete the 16-17-lunch-app-eng and return to your student’s school office.


New Brook Haven Mural

Volunteer of the Year 2014-15 Karen Miller

VoY 2015 - K Miller2

Our Mission

As a progressive district that is an integral part of its engaged and diverse community, Sebastopol Union School District graduates all of its students as globally-minded citizens, critical and creative thinkers, skilled collaborators, and fully-engaged learners who achieve academic excellence and are socially and emotionally resilient; we accomplish this with inspired teaching of a rigorous and meaningful curriculum in a dynamic learning environment where we support and challenge every student in partnership with families and community.

Our Objectives

Each student will demonstrate increased proficiency in reading and math as measured at set intervals throughout the school year using districtwide formative assessments and annually by state standardized tests. All students will graduate as competent critical and creative thinkers having had multiple experiences at every level throughout their school careers. Every student will demonstrate, on an annual basis, an increased understanding of his/her role as a globally-minded citizen. One hundred percent of 8th graders will meet or exceed graduation requirements by 2016.