The historic little red Santa Clara School was built in 1896 and still serves elementary students in kindergarten through 6th grade in the rural area between Santa Paula and Fillmore, California, USA. The classic one-room schoolhouse is home for grades K-1 and school assemblies; two modular units were added on the school grounds in the 1990s to house the other grades. Today’s students enjoy air-conditioning and computers, as well as the old school bell that still rings from the towering belfry.

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The historic little red Santa Clara School was built in 1896 and still serves elementary students in kindergarten through 6th grade in the rural area between Santa Paula and Fillmore, California, USA. The classic one-room schoolhouse is home for grades K-1 and school assemblies; two modular units were added on the school grounds in the 1990s to house the other grades. Today’s students enjoy air-conditioning and computers, as well as the old school bell that still rings from the towering belfry.
Location: 20030 East Telegraph Road, Santa Paula, Ventura County, California, USA