New to Piedmont?

District Office & Administration

760 Magnolia Avenue
Constance Hubbard (510) 594-2614

Read the Introduction to Piedmont Schools


PUSD Map and Boundaries

The City of Piedmont, with its 10,000 residents, is approximately one square mile, nestled between Berkeley and Oakland, and is close to the many cultural and educational institutions in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Admission and Enrollment


Assignment of Students to Elementary Schools

Adding your family to the Piedmont Student Directory


Parent participation in the schools is extensive and community members have developed a variety of fundraising opportunities through support organizations, including:

Associated Parent Clubs of Piedmont:

The Piedmont Educational Foundation

  • Endowment of over $4,000,000
  • Foundation Fund to support K-12 professional development and learning opportunities

Other School Support Organizations

The Joint Fundraising Office, a professional office to manage the contact database, communications and fundraising activities for the schools.

Collaborating and Providing Input to the Schools

Piedmont’s educational goals and mission are developed by the School Board with input from administration, principals, faculty, staff and parents.

The District encourages public engagement during curriculum articulation. Several ongoing venues, including Site Councils and Curriculum Forums, are provided (in addition to one-time workshops or meetings at individual schools). Contact your school site principal for more information or go to Venues for Public Participation in Curriculum Review and Development

How to provide input to the School Board

Meet Other Families: Join the Piedmont Neighbors and Newcomer’s Club (PNNC)