Bayer Ballet Academy provides classical ballet education to children ages 3 through adult. Graduates of the Academy have been accepted into prestigious programs, including those of the Vaganova Ballet Academy, Paris Opera, American Ballet Theatre, Royal Ballet, Princess Grace Academy, and Bolshoi Ballet. Students of Bayer Ballet, have danced in European and American professional dance companies such as: Mariinsky Ballet, Eifman Ballet, Atlanta Ballet, Hrvatsko narodno kazalište HNK Split Balet / Croatian National Theater, State Ballet in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria and more.
BAYER BALLET COMPANY, the 501(c)3 public charity organization, is dedicated to enhancing the cultural well-being of our community by contributing enriching cultural experiences and equitable accessibility to the art of classical ballet (Vaganova Method), through educational and interactive events and world-class performances.
Founded in 2005 by Inna Bayer, Bayer Ballet has gained international recognition for artistic excellence, as an educator of the Vaganova Method and producer of world-class performances.
BAYER BALLET ACADEMY is a recipient of such prestigious awards as, Youth America Grand Prix (YAGP) Outstanding School for six consecutive years (2018-2023), the coveted Natalia Makarova Award for Artistry, and Outstanding Organization by the Mountain View Chamber of Commerce. Bayer Ballet is honored to be a Partner School of the Kazakh National Academy of Choreography and member of the International Dance Council - UNESCO.
Mountain View, California 94043
1710 Miramonte Avenue
Mountain View, California 94040
Adventure Toys is now part of Cheeky Monkey Toys. Welcome to the new Cheeky Monkey Toys, a local, family owned and operated, independent toy store, now with two locations. Cheeky Monkey Toys has been in business since 1999. In 2007 they moved from a smaller location to their present location, a block from El Camino Real in Menlo Park. In 2022 they expanded to two locations with the purchase of Adventure Toys & Teachers' Supplies, which has been a fixture of Los Altos since 1986.
Cheeky Monkey offers a wide range of products for children from newborns to adults - anyone young at heart. Knowledgeable staff are always available to help you choose age-appropriate gifts and we offer complimentary gift wrapping.
Los Altos, CA
Since our founding in 2001, Green Ivy has become a leading global educational consulting firm, working with parents, students, and school administrators to promote organization, time management, personal purpose, and overall wellness in the classroom and school community. Our work has improved the academic and personal self-confidence of tens of thousands of students, and we maintain high standards in promoting more collaborative, inclusive educational opportunities throughout the world. Our main office is located in the San Francisco Bay Area, and we provide our services in-person and online via Skype.
Los Altos, CA
HyperSpace is a revolutionary new fun center featuring classic arcade games, virtual reality, karaoke and more! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for information about private parties.
Los Altos, CA
Nestled on a tree-lined street in downtown Los Altos, Linden Tree Books has been helping readers and pre-readers discover the magic of books for nearly forty years.
We are a family-run children’s bookstore with a highly curated selection of books reflecting a diverse range of voices and stories. (And yes, we have books for adults… parents need to read, too!) We regularly host author events and signings, school fundraisers, writing workshops, book clubs, birthday parties, and more.
In 1984, Linda and Dennis Ronberg (who combined the "Lin" and "Den" of their first names) opened Linden Tree Children's Recordings and Books on First Street in Los Altos. As the name suggests, the store originally specialized in children's music, hosting and promoting concerts with legendary children's musicians like Raffi, Charlotte Diamond, Sharon, Lois, and Bram and others.
Five years later, the store moved to the corner of Third and State Streets, where it hosted numerous author events and parties (including legendary Harry Potter release nights) in its courtyard. In 2011, under the ownership of Dianne Edmonds and Jill Curcio, the store moved to its current location at 265 State Street.
In September 2019, friends Chris Saccheri and Flo Grosskurth purchased Linden Tree with plans to expand its role as a community hub for storytelling, imagination, and fun.
Children’s Corner: A Developmentally Appropriate Preschool for Children Ages 2-6 in Los Altos, Mountain View and surrounding communities
Los Altos-Mountain View Children’s Corner is a play-based, developmentally appropriate, NAEYC-accredited preschool offering part-time and full-time programs year-round for children aged 2-6. We have 4 classrooms, divided by age group:
Room 5: 2s and Young 3s
Room 6: 3s and Young 4s
Room C: 4s and Young 5s
Our families live in the cities of Los Altos, Mountain View, Palo Alto and surrounding communities. At Children’s Corner, we believe that the primary purpose of early childhood education is to develop each child’s innate love of learning and discovery. We offer an outstanding developmental preschool, with low teacher-to-student ratios and full-time, part-time, and drop-in scheduling options.
Los Altos, CA
Welcome to Los Altos Dance Academy... A place where every student is provided with a positive learning environment. Our quality staff is comprised of certified teachers, many of whom are members of The Royal Academy of Dance (London), Dance Masters of America, and/or hold college degrees. Our two studios in downtown Los Altos include professional dance floors and large wall-size mirrors.
At LADA, we are committed to giving every student, based on their individual goals, the happiest and highest caliber of dance education possible.
More Than Kicking and Punching
Honor - At Sky Family Taekwondo, students learn to develop good moral character through the examples of our instructors, and discover the importance of demonstrating values of respect in everything they do.
Unity - Sky Family Taekwondo emphasizes the benefits of teamwork and views all students as part of the extended Sky Family. Students will find the support to work together and become future leaders.
Service - Students discover the virtue of humility through the act of helping one another and serving the community
About our founder Grandmaster Jun C. Yoon: Doctorate in Sports Management, the only 9th degree black belt in the Bay Area. World Games, Korean Nationals, and USA Nationals Gold Medalist, USA National team head coach, Referee Instructor US Olympic Committee, Referee Chairman US National Collegiate TKD Association.
Our World Class Instructors are practicing athletes with NASM (National Academy of Sports Medicine) Certification and hold degrees from the Korea National Sport University, UC Berkeley, and UCLA.
Building a strong mind, body, & spirit since 1992.
Snapology of Mountain View is a local, woman-owned, small business that teaches children 2-14 years old STEM/STEAM concepts using LEGO bricks. We aim to inspire confidence and passion for Engineering through play-based programs, and we are proud to offer over 1700hr of curriculum that meets the NGSS and Common Core standard. When children are actively engaged in hands-on, interactive learning activities, their creativity flourishes and they show a greater interest in school. While the kids are having fun with familiar toys, laptops and iPads, we sneak in the educational concepts. Shh, don't tell them it's educational!Snapology of Mountain View is the premier partner for STEAM programs, offering year-round programs in schools, community facilities, homes and parks. Kids have so much fun in our classes and camp activities that they don't even realize they're learning STEM/STEAM concepts.
A part of the Mountain View High School athletic department, Spartans Sports Camp (SSC) was originally the brainchild of John Payne, a former athletic director at MVHS. The camp’s direction was taken over by MVHS alum Doug Wiersig (‘05), who later enlisted Ricky Appler (‘07). The two worked together with the athletic department of MVHS to secure funds and promote the camp. Soon recruiting future counselors to help promote, Doug and Ricky hired high school students as counselors and began the inaugural day of camp on June 11th, 2012. The camp ran every week from then through the week of June 27th, not including the week of the Fourth of July. The camp continues to benefit the athletic program and has donated over $210,000 since it's inception in 2012. Parents & campers continue to be thrilled with the experiences they have with Spartans Sports Camp, allowing for the camp's continuation. This is now the sixth year of Spartans Sports Camp.