Liquid Bread Gastropub closed down recently, but don't worry, they'll be back soon after some changes and probably a new name. From the sounds of this article, it appears likely to remain some sort of gastropub. No word on the fate of the dearly missed Bearnaise Burger though.

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This article in the San Jose Mercury News already made the rounds a bit recently, but it's too nice of a piece to not pass along. Dominick Guida, the owner of our own The Cruiser Shop and the organizer of the Shiny Side Up Bike Show, was featured prominently in the Mercury News recently. Indeed, his shop is a pretty big deal in a small corner of Downtown Campbell. I've met people who drove hours and bypassed other similar bike shops along the way just so they could get their their accessories and work done at the Cruiser Shop. And speaking of that Bike Show, it's already passed for this year and this year was its 10th anniversary!

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St. Lucy Parish School is a thriving Pre-K - 8th Grade Catholic School near Downtown Campbell. Applications are currently being accepted for Fall 2017 enrollment in Pre-K through 8th grade.

Our students are guided to develop an appreciation and joy for learning, in a safe, nurturing environment where teachers and parents partner together in support of student growth. Each day our students develop skills for life through faith-development, challenging academics, leadership opportunities, and service to others.

We love to schedule private tours with prospective families, so please contact us now to schedule yours! Call (408) 378-6196 or email [email protected].

For more information, please vist our website: www.stlucyschool.org.

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St. Lucy School is known for having a well-rounded program, welcoming community atmosphere, academic excellence, and commitment to the Church and society. We provide a challenging, comprehensive, and values-based curriculum enhanced with art, music, P.E., Spanish and computer classes. Outstanding technology resources are available to all students, and reflect the spirit of innovation in our school program. A peek into our renovated classrooms reveals organized, comfortable spaces, integrated technology, and evidence of a passion for learning by both teachers and students. Each day, our 330 students develop skills for life through faith-development, challenging academics, leadership opportunities, and service to others. St. Lucy students are guided to develop an appreciation and joy for learning each day!

We have one class per grade level, which makes for a close, intimate experience for teachers, students, and families as they “grow up” together. We are not too small, not too large, but just right. Our size allows students to be connected to each other across grade levels through the Buddy Program, Family Groups Program, Junior High Electives Program, and extra­curricular clubs. This helps our school feel like a family.

In 2013, we were proud to celebrate 60 years of excellence in the historic Campbell community! Our families come from Campbell, Los Gatos, San Jose, and Willow Glen areas. We often say “It takes a village” when describing the school community. If you choose St. Lucy School, you will be welcomed whole-heartedly by the strong community of teachers, staff, fellow parents, and students. Working together to develop a sense of community and support for student growth is an important characteristic of our families from the first moment they first enter St. Lucy School. The bonds that are made, often last a life-time.

High School Readiness

Our graduates are well prepared for the challenges of high school, and 100% of our students who applied to a Catholic high school were accepted. St. Lucy Faculty prepares advanced students to succeed in testing out of entry-level high school courses such as Spanish 1, Algebra 1, and basic science.

St. Lucy students were accepted at the following local Catholic high schools:

  • Archbishop Mitty High School
  • Bellarmine College Preparatory
  • Notre Dame High School San Jose
  • Presentation High School
  • St. Francis High School

Every spring, we poll our freshman graduates and their parents about their transition, which provides insight into the strength of our program. Our administration and teachers work closely with students and parents to shepherd them through the high school admission and decision process. Our graduates are well prepared for the challenges of high school and beyond!

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