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540 Airlift Dr., Bldg. 381
Travis AFB, CA 94535-1903
Contact information for key programs and services at this installation.
Each installation provides information about the types of schools and programs offered on or near your installation for your child. Learn about the types of programs, guidelines and requirements for each school. Whether you choose to send your child to a Department of Defense School, a private school or public school, your installation can help you explore all of your options to make the right decision for you and your child.
Three local school districts in the Travis AFB area include:
These sites will provide you comprehensive information about the local schools in the Travis AFB area.
For Travis AFB School Liason Officer please call 707-424-4345 for additional assistance.
The majority of military students connected to Travis AFB attend Travis Unified School District. Travis USD serves a culturally and ethnically diverse community, which has close to a 25% military connected student population and is growing and changing demographically. It has 5 elementary schools (K-6), a middle school (7-8), and a high school (9-12), a continuation school, and an adult education program. If residing on Travis AFB the elementary children will attend Scandia or Travis Elementary School (K-6). Those students who live on base and are at middle and high school levels will attend Golden West Middle School or Vanden High School. Access gate is opened up to the schools during school hours.
The Travis Unified School District runs a 'fee-based' school bus transportation service. Possession of a Bus Pass valid for the current school year entitles students to ride to and/or from their designated school and bus stop on an assigned bus. Bus Passes will be issued to students and are non-transferable. All students boarding a school bus must present their Bus Pass to the bus driver every day, every time they board a school bus. For the most current information and pricing visit the Travis Unified School District Transportation page.
The public school system suggests that when you arrive, even if you are living in temporary base lodging, enroll your child in school as soon as possible. The Travis Unified School District can provide answers to your questions by calling 707-437-4604.
The Travis area has numerous private schools at every level of schooling. Many are religiously affiliated. A recommended first step is to call the school for information about grades, curriculum, tuition and schedules. There are waiting lists at many schools, particularly for first grade classes. Most schools require admissions tests. Tuition varies widely and increases with the grade level at most institutions. Preschoolers can pay as much as $2,000 a month for five-day week program. High school costs can range from $3,000-$5,000 a year. In addition to basic fees, students pay for books and transportation. Most private schools do not provide transportation.
Not all private schools are accredited. For further information about accreditation contact schools directly. List provided below. Travis is located in Solano County.
California provides a one-year tuition waiver for the spouse and dependents of active duty military personnel while attending community colleges. During that time, the non-military spouse and dependents are entitled to one year of in-state tuition. For example, Solano Community College charges California residents an enrollment fee of $12 per unit. Out of state residents pay that fee plus $125 per unit tuition.
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