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Greenbrae, situated in the heart of Marin County, is a small, but thriving community. The unincorporated area, begun as a subdivision in the mid-20th century, is located between Larkspur, Corte Madera, and Kentfield and also has great weather all-year round. As part of the Kentfield School District, Greenbrae is highly sought after because of the great public schools and easy access to Highway 101. The views of the East Bay, hills of Marin, and the waterfront in Greenbrae are wonderful. With Mt. Tamalpais at the doorstep of Greenbrae residents, hiking and biking are very popular. The wonderful schools, easy commute, and beautiful outdoor spaces are just some of the reasons why Greenbrae is in high demand.


Bacich Elementary School, the public elementary school for grades K-4, is a California Distinguished School and serves approximately 600 students. The school’s mission is to create a culture that is both respectful and caring as well as help the students to grow into better individuals through hard work in school. With a California Department of Education Academic Performance Index (API) of 960 out of 1000 in 2012, Bacich is in the top section of schools in the state.

A.E. Kent Middle School is the public middle school for grades 5-8 located in Kentfield. A California Distinguished School, Kent offers many different science and art programs for the students. The school is part of the Collaborative for Social and Emotional Learning, a program to promote a safe learning environment as well as make students good overall citizens.

Marin Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic, co-educational, college prep school located in Kentfield near Greenbrae. MC combines faith, leadership, and academics to create an enriching and complete high school experience. With a large emphasis on sports, Marin Catholic’s teams encourage students to take risks and make amazing memories with their teammates.

Students in Greenbrae filter into the local public school, Redwood High School. It is a California Distinguished School with rich art, science, and extracurricular programs.