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Stockton, CA

Stockton, CA

Distinguished as one of California's fast-growing cities, Stockton is home to a dynamic, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural population. The city is situated along the San Joaquin Delta waterway that connects the San Francisco Bay Area and the San Joaquin and Sacramento rivers for unrivaled water-sport recreation. The city is proud of its economic expansion and the revitalization of the downtown waterfront district. Professional sports teams, performing and visual arts venues, retail and entertainment centers at the gateways of the city, and opportunities for fine and casual dining are just a few of the highlights. Many of the city's handsome residential communities are located along the waterways for scenic views, and the single-family homes in Stockton sell for significantly less than properties in the San Francisco Bay Area. Boasting more than 100,000 trees, Stockton was recently recognized by Sunset Magazine as the "Best Tree City" in the West. The city has also garnered the coveted All-American City award on two separate occasions.

Homes and properties for sale in Stockton, CA

There are currently 1325 listings for sale, including 155 new listings in the past 7 days.

Nearby Schools of Stockton, CA

stockton unified early college academy (8-10)
640 n san joaquin st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: low
5 staff members 244 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: More than -50%/+50%
valentine peyton elementary school (k-8)
2525 goldbrook st
stockton, CA 95212
web Website 21 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
41 staff members 900 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +20% to +50%
district special education school (1-12)
701 n madison st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: low
0 staff members 37 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +20% to +50%
stockton collegiate international elementary school (k-5)
321 e weber ave
stockton, CA 95202
web Website 16 students per teacher Educational climate index: unclassified
25 staff members 410 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: No Change
aspire port city academy (k-5)
444 n american st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: below average
staff members 398 total students Poverty level:6 - 15.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +20% to +50%
stockton collegiate international secondary school (6-12)
1 n sutter st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: unclassified
staff members 255 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: No Change
weber institute (9-12)
302 w weber ave
stockton, CA 95203
web Website 18 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
22 staff members 405 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -1% to -5%
richard a. pittman elementary (preschool-8)
701 e park st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website 19 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
30 staff members 580 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -10% to -15%
stockton high school (9-12)
35 s van buren st
stockton, CA 95203
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: low
5 staff members 248 total students Poverty level:not reported percent Enrollment change: More than -50%/+50%
aspire langston hughes academy (6-9)
612 e magnolia st
stockton, CA 95202
web Website Not Reported students per teacher Educational climate index: below average
staff members 397 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: +20% to +50%
el dorado elementary school (preschool-8)
1540 n lincoln st
stockton, CA 95204
web Website 17 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
40 staff members 680 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -15% to -20%
dr. lewis dolphin stallworth senior charter school (preschool-12)
1610 e main st
stockton, CA 95205
web Website 12 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
15 staff members 180 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: More than -50%/+50%
george washington elementary school (preschool-8)
1735 w sonora st
stockton, CA 95203
web Website 22 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
12 staff members 274 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -1% to -5%
victory elementary school (preschool-8)
1838 w rose st
stockton, CA 95203
web Website 17 students per teacher Educational climate index: low
30 staff members 535 total students Poverty level:16 - 29.9 percent percent Enrollment change: -1% to -5%

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