Beyond BOA

Over the years, our school has developed and maintained strong relationships with independent, parochial and public middle schools throughout the Peninsula.

Middle School Process

At the start of the 5th grade year, our elementary principal and 5th grade teacher support the students and families during the middle school application process. The principal encourages families to schedule a meeting to discuss the various middle schools and "best fit" options. Belmont Oaks Academy also hosts a middle school fair in the fall for our families to meet admissions directors and learn more information about a wide range of schools. Throughout the process, our principal and 4th/5th grade teachers provide recommendations and promote each student at his or her schools of choice.

Middle School Placement

Each year our students are accepted into top middle schools throughout the Peninsula. Our well rounded graduates (socially, emotionally and academically) make them a standout among other candidates. Our reputation with the various schools is exceptional as each year our alumni paves the way for our future graduates because of the strong foundation they received at our school. BOA students are well-rounded students with a passion for learning. Often, admission directors will comment how they recognize a "BOA Student" within the first few minutes of a campus visit due to their confident communication skills. Whether you plan on sending your child to an independent middle school, parochial school or public school your child will be prepared with a strong foundation for future success.

The Class of 2017 Middle School Acceptances


Castilleja
Crystal Springs Uplands
The Girls' Middle School
Immaculate Heart of Mary
Keys School
Khan Lab School
Menlo School
Notre Dame Elementary
Nueva
Odyssey
Pinewood
Redeemer Lutheran School
Ronald Wornick Jewish Day School
St. Matthew Catholic School
St. Matthew's Episcopal Day School
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Woodland
Woodside Priory

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