Crane Country Day School
Mission Statement

Crane Country Day School is dedicated to providing an experiential education characterized by a thoughtful balance of academic challenge and creative expression. We thrive as a community that builds character and confidence, while celebrating the joy in learning.


Crane Country Day School was founded in 1928 to provide an enriched education to children in Kindergarten through Eighth Grades. Since its founding, Crane has provided a thorough foundation in the five major subject areas of English, math, science, social studies, and foreign language. Design and engineering, visual and performing arts, service learning, and athletics have also been an integral part of the school program.

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Founded: 1928
Accreditations: NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools), WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges) and CAIS (California Association of Independent Schools)
Grades: K-8
Mascot: Coyote
School Colors: Green and White
Enrollment: 250
Students of Color: 20%
Staffulty (Staff/Faculty): 55 Full-Time
Average years of teaching experience: 16
Average years teaching at Crane: 12
Campus: 11 Acres
Endowment: $7,000,000
Students receiving financial assistance: 31%



Organization Name: Crane Country Day School
Address 1: 1795 San Leandro Lane
Address 2:
City, State, Zip: Santa Barbara, California  93108
Type: Private/Independent School
Number of Students: 250
Lowest Grade:
Highest Grade: 8


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