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Palm Valley School

Palm Valley School
Location
35525 Da Vall Drive
Rancho Mirage, California

United States
Coordinates 33°47′28″N 116°26′30″W / 33.79111°N 116.44167°W / 33.79111; -116.44167Coordinates: 33°47′28″N 116°26′30″W / 33.79111°N 116.44167°W / 33.79111; -116.44167

Information
Type Private
Motto Paratus Vitae
(Prepared for Life)
Established 1952
NCES School ID
Head of School Robert E. Graves[1]
Faculty 36.0 (on FTE basis)[2]
Grades PreK–12
Enrollment 372[2]  (2009–10)
Student to teacher ratio 10.3:1[2]
Website

Palm Valley School is a private, college-preparatory school located in Rancho Mirage, California. The school was formed in 2005, when the Marywood Country Day and Palm Valley Schools merged. The Palm Valley School was formed in 1952, followed 26 years later by the Marywood School in 1978. The school currently serves all grades from Preschool through 12, with an average class size under 20 and an average graduating class of 20 seniors. The schools, which were previously housed on two separate campuses, consolidated at the J. Blake Field campus, formerly the Palm Valley School campus, in 2008. The school's motto is "Paratus Vitae" which translates as "Prepared (for) Life".

Notable past students include Alia Shawkat,[3] Bobbie Gentry,[4] Josh Homme, Paris Hilton,[5] and Lindsay Hartley.

References

External links

  • Palm Valley School website


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