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Hope Christian School
1307 E Brockton Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
This small, private Christian school is open to students from kindergarten to the 9th grade. It is close to theMore University of Redlands and is affiliated with Hope Protestant Reformed Church.
Crafton Elementary School
311 N Wabash Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
Crafton Elementary School, with 670 students, is the home of the Cougars. It was founded in 1888. The Zanja creek runsMore past the school, offering students an environmental area to study up close. There is also an active PTA, which works with the Redlands Educational Partnership Foundation to offer incentives and extracurricular activities for students.
Franklin Elementary School
850 E Colton Ave, Redlands, CA 92374
A California Distinguished School, the public Franklin Elementary sits in a residential neighborhood close to theMore University of Redlands. A major modernization of the classrooms, restrooms and utilities was completed in 2004. Its mascot is the Falcon, and the school colors are blue and white.
The Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Community
1214 Columbia St, Redlands, CA 92374
The Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Parish consists of St. Mary's School and St. Mary's Catholic Church, featuring a massiveMore sanctuary and seven weekly services. It works closely with the school and the community to enrich the lives of children and their families, offering a number of activities for youths, including Bible study groups.
Mission Elementary School
10568 California St, Redlands, CA 92373

Rising from the ashes, Mission Elementary School reopened for elementary school students in Aug. 2011. There has beenMore a Mission School in the region dating back to the 1854. The current location was built through the Works Progress Administration in 1937-38.

The campus had closed as an elementary school after the 1993-94 school year, and had been used as both a school for developmentally disabled students and adults since then.

The campus is being renovated to modern standards in two phases. The first phase renovated the newer Heisner building, opening in Aug. 2011 with nine classrooms, a multi-purpose room (that is being used as a cafeteria) and computer lab.

The second phase will open for the 2012-13 school year, and include a library, amphitheater and permanent cafeteria.

While the school's address is listed as Redlands, it is located on the border of Loma Linda and Redlands, and most of the students who will attend the school come from Loma Linda.

Sacred Heart Academy
1210 Columbia St, Redlands, CA 92374

Sacred Heart Academy is a large Catholic school next to the Holy Name of Jesus Catholic Church. It acceptsMore children in kindergarten through Grade 8 and is co-ed. The private school has about 225 students. It features several classrooms with large windows that let in plenty of natural light and an outdoor dining area for sunny days.

The school is among the top-rated Catholic schools within Redlands and works closely with the church to ensure a good, safe environment for the students. It teaches traditional Catholic values, and also has extracurricular activities such as basketball, chorus and more.  

City of Redlands Fire Department
525 E Citrus Ave, Redlands, CA 92373
Fire Station 261 is in the heart of downtown Redlands, close to Redlands High School. It was originally built in 1948,More and was remodeled in 2003. In 2009, this station had 7,024 responses.
Center for Health Promotion
24785 Stewart St, Loma Linda, CA 92354
Center for Health Promotion provides preventative specialty care and primary medical services. The goal is to provideMore quality health care and a close working relationship between the client, medical practitioner, health educator and preventative care specialist. The promotion center is associated with the Lome Linda University Schools of Medicine and Public Health, and provides ambulatory care to the university's student body through Student Health Service.  
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