For our first five years, Credo High School is located at 1290 Southwest Boulevard in Rohnert Park, California. Built as Richard Crane Elementary School and most recently home to El Camino High School, Credo's facility is centrally located in Rohnert Park, within walking distance of the Spreckles Performing Arts Center and Sonoma State University.
Our campus has four main classroom buildings with four classrooms each, an administration building, a gym and a small performance space. Outdoor facilities include a soccer field, baseball diamond, basketball courts, a large paved play area and extensive lawns and garden spaces.
Commuting distance to Credo from our North Bay Waldorf K-8 partner schools is:
- Live Oak Charter School: 10.5 miles
- Novato Charter School: 24 miles
- Sebastopol Independent Charter School: 10 miles
- Stone Bridge School: 26.5 miles
- Sun Ridge Charter School: 12 miles
- Woodland Star Charter School: 19 miles
For our permanent campus, Credo High School is working in close partnership with Codding Enterprises to locate at Sonoma Mountain Village, which is planned as North America's greenest, most sustainable community. As Sonoma Mountain Village develops, Credo plans to locate permanently within the development so that Credo students can have the experience of attending school every day in the model sustainable city of the future.
Sonoma Mountain Village is endorsed by the prestigious international One Planet Communities Program as a replicable model that is set to prove that we can address our planet’s biggest environmental problems while living well. It’s a community designed to provide a high quality of life for its residents while living within the earth's available resources. All power for the 1900 home development will be generated on site through solar arrays. The development will use zero carbon and generate zero waste. You can read more about it at www.sonomamountainvillage.com, or watch the video: