John Muir, the smallest elementary school in Berkeley, offers the ideal learning environment. The historic Tudor-style building sits nestled among redwood trees, a large grassy field, native plants, flourishing vegetable gardens, and a burbling creek. The classrooms, with their spacious size and natural light from countless windows, stimulate creative thinking and learning. The John Muir community is proud of and connected to their school’s namesake and to the natural beauty of their environment.
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