Redwood City Prep
Redwood City Prep opened in fall 2015 after a group of engaged parents started a movement to bring a great school to their community. We now serve students from Transitional Kindergarten through 5th grade. For more information, contact our Office Manager Michelle Orellana at email@example.com or 650-482-2429.
Rocketship Redwood City Prep ranks #1 in math and #2 in English Language Arts performance among English Learners out of all 13 schools in the Redwood City Elementary School District.
Rocketship schools are free, public elementary schools that are committed to putting every student on the path to college. Students at Rocketship schools across the Bay Area make remarkable progress every year. In a single school year, Rocketeers achieve a year and a half of growth in math and reading. Our focus on personalized learning and parent engagement allows us to meet the unique needs of each and every student we serve.
Meet the Principal
Casey Rowe is the Founding Principal of Rocketship’s Redwood City campus. Born in Los Angeles, he spent most of his childhood in Tucson, AZ before returning to the Southland to attend the University of Southern California. Following graduation, he spent four years as a fourth grade teacher in Las Vegas, Nevada, and earned his Masters Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Inspired by the opportunity to contribute to the opening of a new school, he moved to San Jose, California to serve as a Founding Teacher at Rocketship Mosaic Elementary School. Casey now serves as Principal at Rocketship Redwood City Prep, and devotes his spare time to supporting USC Trojan football, Arizona Wildcat basketball and to following the latest trends in the automotive industry. He is thrilled to join the Redwood City community, and to work alongside its incredible leaders in the movement to end educational inequity within our lifetimes.
*free & reduced price meals
Ranks #1 in math and #2 in English Language Arts performance among English Learners out of all 13 schools in the District