San Carlos Museum of History 533 Laurel St, San Carlos, CA94070 The San Carlos Museum of History allows visitors to see into the past. The museum has artifacts of the first settlers of…More the area, the Lamchin Indians, photos from the 1800s and 1900s, and memorabilia from San Carlos High School. The Museum has an assortment of items from private collections and they have gathered information from public records and oral histories detailing the creation and development of San Carlos.
San Carlos Tutoring Center 343 de Anza Ave, San Carlos, CA94070 The San Carlos Tutoring Center provides comprehensive, one-on-one supplemental instruction to children and teens from…More fourth through twelfth grades. The center tutors students in all subjects taught at school and focuses on providing them with academic proficiency, test-taking skills and organizational techniques. The center also works with children with learning disabilities.
For 47 years, Heather Elementary School has sat atop the San Carlos Hills on 11 acres of land. Serving grades K-4,…More Heather is one of four elementary schools in San Carlos and is also a public charter school.
San Carlos School District does not provide bus transportation to or from school (except for Special Education students). San Mateo County's Sam Trans busses have set-up specific bus routes. Sam Trans can be reached at (800) 660-4287 for complete bus route and schedule information.
The Fale Hufanga Tongan United Methodist Church sits on the corner of San Carlos Avenue, on the outskirts of the…More Belmont border and shares a parking lot with The Winder Years school. The church offers weekly mass for all comers, activities, music, education, Sunday school, day-care and programs for seniors. On Sundays, led by Pastor Siosifa M. Setoki, the church has service at 11 a.m. and Sunday school at 9:30 a.m.
The San Carlos Airport, located on Airport Way, opened in 1948. It is one of the two San Mateo County airports, along…More with Half Moon Bay.
The Airport has many hangars that house approximately 500 planes. It is home for many aviation-related businesses, from flight schools to flight clubs and aircraft insurance agencies. It is also a hub for emergency medical and humanitarian services, such as Medivac and Air Ambulance.
The San Carlos Airport is run by airport business fees and user fees. It is not supported financially by the city or county.
The Wonder Years 2851 San Carlos Ave, San Carlos, CA94070 Established in 1989, the San Carlos branch of The Wonder Years preschool teaches kids ages 2-5. The school offers…More educational, physical, musical, and social activities for children. Computer skills are also offered at this school. Open early and closed late, the school is comprised of 75 children and requires that students attend at least two full days a week or three half days. The Wonder Years shares a parking lot with The Fale Hufanga United Methodist Church.
Founded in 1964, the Trinity Presbyterian Church has been a cornerstone of San Carlos since 1964. With nearly 500…More members comprising the congregation at this location, the church mixes new, traditional and experimental forms of worship.
Trinity offers communion on the first Sunday of each month, and performs weddings, hosts youth events with live music and features activities for students in elementary, middle school and high school. The towering Church is located off Alameda Street. Services are held every Sunday.
Morrison School Supplies 400 Industrial Rd, San Carlos, CA94070 Morrison School Supplies has been providing San Carlos with school supplies for more than 50 years. Morrison's has grown…More into the Bay Area's largest educational supplier of early childhood and elementary material. Cheap prices and friendly staff makes it a great stop for school supplies.
San Carlos First Baptist Church 787 Walnut St, San Carlos, CA94070 Built in the 1950s, the First Baptist Church in San Carlos has an intimate congregation of less than 100. Surrounded by…More neatly manicured lawns and large oak trees, the church regularly rents out the facility for both American and Spanish congregations, as well as to Catholic charities, who have held adult day services for more than 30 years. The church provides Sunday School for youth groups and mass for all comers every Sunday at 11 a.m.