South of Sleepy Hollow and Orinda Downs and south of Miner Rd, the Charles Hill and Country Club neighborhoods begin just east of Orinda's business district north of Highway 24 and extend west to the border of Lafayette. Charles Hill and Country Club are known for their amazing views, rolling hills, and easy access to BART and commute access points.


South of Highway 24, East of Moraga Way, and north of both Glorietta Blvd and Rheem Blvd are the Glorietta and Overhill neighborhoods known for their close-knit community, easy access to Downtown Orinda and centralized between Lafayette and Moraga. Glorietta Elementary and Meadow Swim & Tennis Club are centrally located and foundations of the area.


El Toyonal and Claremont are a short drive from Downtown Orinda and located north of Highway 24 and west of Camino Pablo. The neighborhood is known for its picturesque views of the surrounding area. Wagner Ranch is the neighborhood elementary school and is located adjacent to Orinda Sports Fields just off of Camino Pablo. Downtown Orinda and commute access is just a short drive away.


East of Moraga Way and south of Glorietta Blvd and Rheem Blvd are the Alice and Ivy Drive neighborhoods. Known for their rolling hills and more traditional ranch style homes, neighborhood children attend either Glorietta Elementary or Del Ray Elementary. This neighborhood is adjacent to the backside of the Lafayette Reservoir where families enjoy the many trails and picnic areas. 


Upon exiting Highway 24 and heading south on Moraga Way are the neighborhoods of Knickerbocker, Lost Valley and Del Ray to the west. Knickerbocker is adjacent to Downtown Orinda and well known Lost Valley streets are Crestview, Valley View and Lost Valley Drive. The Del Ray neighborhood is adjacent to the City of Moraga and at southwestern tip of Orinda. Usually, children in Knickerbocker attend Wagner Ranch Elementary while children in Lost Valley and Del Ray attend Del Ray Elementary.



A primary reason families move to Orinda is the continuous top-rated, award-winning schools. Orinda's schools are the bedrock of it's family oriented community. A summary of the schools is below and a copy of the Orinda public school boundary map 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.


There are four public elementary schools in Orinda. Sleepy Hollow Elementary services most of Sleepy Hollow as well as Orinda Downs, Orinda View, Charles Hill and Sundown Terrace. El Toyonal, Claremont, Knickbocker and the Country Club neighborhoods feed into Wagner Ranch Elementary. Glorietta Elementary primarily services Overhill, Glorietta and parts of Alice. Del Ray Elementary is dedicated to Alice, Lost Valley and Del Ray neighborhoods.


Orinda Intermediate School serves grades 6-8 and is Orinda's only middle school. Orinda Intermediate is located just off of Moraga Way on Ivy Drive.


Miramonte High School is the only high school in Orinda and is located off of Moraga Way on the border of Moraga.