White Hill Middle School is a California Distinguished School that serves the communities of San Anselmo and Fairfax. It is the Ross Valley School District's sole middle school for approximately 700 6th-, 7th- and 8th-grade students from our communities' four elementary schools.
Our academic program offers a breadth of challenge and opportunity with core English, History, Science, and Math classes and award-winning Art, Music, Technology, and Foreign Language electives. Thirty-eight teachers, twenty classified staff members, one counselor, three counseling interns and two administrators deliver this engaging and rigorous education program. White Hill is enriched by broad parent and community support and is a active partner in the work of our district's YES Foundation.
Located on the western edge of Fairfax at the base of White's Hill, the school campus is surrounded by beautiful rolling hills and open space and sits on a 22-acre site that includes Lefty Gomez Field. White Hill was built in 1969 and has gone through two major renovations (1985 and 2000). In December 2013, 25,000 square feet of new learning space currently under construction will open, providing our students and staff with a facility that supports 21st-Century teaching and learning.