Located 20 miles across the Bay from San Francisco lies the picturesque Town of Moraga. Tucked among the beautiful hills, parks, and trails, Moraga has no direct freeway access - it is country quiet, yet city close. Cows grazing on the hills, wild turkeys roaming along the trails and quail crossing the streets are daily reminders that Moraga is still a semi-rural place. Yet the BART trains are only 5 miles away to whisk residents to major Bay Area work centers.

Click on our interactive community map below to explore Moraga's neighborhoods, schools, parks, churches and swim clubs.


Rheem / Rheem Valley Manor

As you enter Moraga from Rheem Blvd, Rheem Valley is on your right and after crossing Moraga Rd you enter Rheem Valley Manor. Both neighborhoods are known for their classic ranch style homes and provide easy access to commute corridors as well as Downtown Lafayette and Orinda.

Campolindo & Carroll Ranch

Upon entering Moraga from Moraga Road you first approach the neighborhoods of Campolindo and Carroll Ranch. Adjacent to both Lafayette and Orinda, Campolindo and Carroll Ranch offer friendly commute options. Also, Campolindo High School is often the neighborhood gathering spot for many community activities.

Corliss, Donald & Sonsara

Just west of Downtown Moraga and at the intersection of Moraga Way and Moraga Road are the Corliss, Donald and Sonsara neighborhoods.  Moraga Country Club makes this neighborhood especially popular because of it's beloved golf course, tennis and swim facilities and club house. 

Larch, School Tree & Sanders Ranch

The three most southern neighborhoods in Moraga are Larch, School Tree and Sanders Ranch. The area is generally known for their wider streets and larger homes. Camino Pablo Elementary School is located in the Larch neighborhood and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School located at the intersection of Canyon Road and Camino Pablo.

St. Mary’s Gardens, Bluffs & Bollinger Canyon

Surrounding St. Mary’s College and at the eastern most part of Moraga are the neighborhoods of St. Mary’s Gardens, Bluffs & Bollinger Canyon. The area is adjacent to the Burton Valley neighborhood of Lafayette and just off St. Mary’s road.



Moraga is known for its award-winning schools and its family oriented tight knit community. A summary of the schools is below, and a copy of the Moraga public school boundary information can be found here. Click on the interactive map above to view the location of pre-schools as well as public and private K-12 schools.

Elementary Schools

There are three public elementary schools (K-5) in Moraga. Camino Pablo Elementary services southern Moraga, Los Perales Elementary services central Moraga and Donald Rheem Elementary services northern Moraga.

Middle Schools

Joaquin Moraga Intermediate serves grades 6-8 and is Moraga’s only middle school. Joaquin Moraga is located at the intersection of Camino Pablo Blvd and Canyon Road.

High Schools

Campolindo High School is the only high school in Moraga and is located at 300 Moraga Road at the Lafayette boarder. Campolindo serves both Moraga and Lafayette.


St. Mary’s College, a private college is located at 1928 St Mary’s Rd in Moraga. St. Mary’s College is ranked in the top 10 best colleges in the West.  The sprawling and picturesque campus is beloved be local residents, many of whom are alumni.  Saint Mary's is also known for their youth camps that service Lamorinda families throughout the summer and over holiday breaks.