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  • About Town Magazine
    (619) 546-7003
    4330 Niagara Avenue, San Diego, CA 92107, USA

    Our complimentary lifestyle magazines offer high-quality features, content and photography. We bring you the latest on shopping, entertainment, dining, fashion, travel, community and more. There's something in it for you!

    Visit us at to learn more about our content and view a complete list of upcoming events!

  • Better Business Bureau
    (858) 496-2131
    4747 Viewridge Avenue, # 200 San Diego, CA 92123, USA

    Your Better Business Bureau is striving to make business better. We do this by opening the lines of communication between businesses and consumers. We offer unbiased, verified information and reviews on all companies in San Diego, Orange, Imperial, Mojave, Yavapai, Yuma and Maricopa Counties. Businesses that are vetted and accredited by us.

  • Del Sol Lions Clubs International
    133 Pacific Avenue, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    The Del Sol Lions Club was chartered on February 15, 2010, and is part of Lions Clubs International (LCI), the world's largest service club organization with more than 1.35 million members in more than 45,000 clubs worldwide. Lions serve those less fortunate locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. In addition, Lions provides opportunities for both women and men to learn, grow and assume leadership roles.
    Our club meets on the 4th Tuesday of each month at Fletcher Cove Community Center at 133 Pacific Avenue in Solana Beach. Our meetings run from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. to provide time for socializing, learning about our club's latest service projects, conduct any business, and listen to relevant presentations on community needs both locally, regionally, nationally and internationally.

  • DeVol Cohen Associates, Inc. (GS Consultants)
    Solana Beach, CA, USA

    Celebrating 40+ years of excellence in training career professionals. Leaders in training on the Strong Interest Inventory® instrument, the MBTI® tool, and combining the Strong and MBTI® assessments.

    GS Consultants is committed to the ethical use of career assessments, and specializes in the developmental applications of testing. To that end we provide in-depth Strong Interest Inventory® and MBTI® training to qualified audiences, and MBTI® Certification and Strong Interest Inventory® Certification Programs under contract with The Myers-Briggs Company.

    Explore our online trainings or join us in person!

    For more information about GS training programs and consulting please visit our website.

  • Earl Warren Middle School
    (858) 755-1558
    155 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    SDUHSD serves students from five elementary school districts in North County: Encinitas, Rancho Santa Fe, Cardiff, Solana Beach, and Del Mar. Students from those districts matriculate through our middle schools and high schools, with the exception of those from the Rancho Santa Fe School District, who begin here as freshmen.

    Booming population growth and demographic diversity have characterized the North County and SDUHSD in the past 15 years. Families from all parts of the world are attracted to our inviting climate and exceptional learning institutions, enriching our schools with a wide variety of languages and cultural backgrounds. From surfers to scientists, from beach cottages to high tech towers, this district represents a broad range on the socio-economic spectrum.

    Many parents are employed at such neighboring institutions as the University of California, San Diego, the Scripps Institute of Oceanography, the Scripps Clinic and Research Foundation, nearby biotechnology firms in Sorrento Valley, and high tech giants like Qualcomm, all of which influence the high standards of education and expectation at San Dieguito.

  • Friends Of Solana Beach Library
    (858) 755-1404
    157 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Friends of the Solana Beach Library is a member-supported, nonprofit organization that fundraises, advocates and works with partners and volunteers to provide critical support.

    In June 1925, Ira Earl Conner opened the first Solana Beach County library in his grocery store. For twenty and a half years the library remained in his store until he sold the store in January 1946. It was located about 100 feet south of Plaza St. on Highway 101, the building is still in use.

    The library was moved to the Colony Shop on Highway 101 for about one year and then to a variety store, where it was located until September 1948. From early County Library correspondence, it appears to have moved into the Jack and Jill Shop, presumable on Highway 101, but was only there until July 1949, when the owner of the store asked that the library be removed. It reopened in June 1950 at the Weaving Studio of Mrs. May Shelton St. John. She sold the store in July 1952. There was difficulty finding a place for the library. None of the businesses would take it. Finally Mrs. Joseph C. Scialdo took it into her home at the north end of Solana Beach in August 1952, where it remained for almost a year.

    At this time various groups were trying to obtain a more permanent location in Solana Beach. They wrote to the County library and the County Supervisors. Finally through the efforts of the Solana Beach Women’s Civic Club and the County librarian, a lease was obtained at 145 S. Highway 101. The library was a little over 1,000 sq. ft. and opened in October 1953.

    Due to increased circulation the library became inadequate. A group of citizens formed an ad hoc committee to ask for a new , larger building. A new building, with several places for small shops, was built at 155 S. Highway 101. The library moved into one shop area in August 1968. During the first month there were no shelves, the books were in boxes in the center of the library and they had a circulation of 1,200 books that first month. As the population in Solana Beach increased, the circulation increased and the library became inadequate. The adjoining shop became available and the library expanded into this area for the children’s collection.

    In March 1983 the Friends of the Solana Beach library was formed. They became very active in trying to increase the library size and to find a new location. New space was found in the Lomas Santa Fe Shopping center, Garden Section, Plaza of the Four Flags, at 381F Lomas Santa Fe Dr. The library moved into 3,800 square feet of space in October 1983.

    In 1995 the Solana Beach City Council appointed Council members Joe Kellejian and Marion Dodson as a sub committee to work toward a new for Solana Beach Library. Many meetings were held organizing the community towards this goal and working on the funding. Funding was obtained from the State of California, City of Solana Beach, County of San Diego, San Dieguito Union High School District, and Friends of the Solana Beach Library. In June 2000 a contract was awarded for a 10,500 square feet library, located at Earl Warren Middle School, 157 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach. It is a shared-use library between the San Diego County Library and the San Dieguito Union High School District. The library was dedicated June 22, 2001 and opened its doors for use July 5,2001.

  • Fusion Academy and Learning Center
    (858) 792-2300
    512 Via De La Valle, Site 201 Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    About Fusion
    Fusion Academy in Solana Beach, CA is Fusion’s very first campus, founded by Michelle Rose Gilman. Fusion Solana Beach is a private school where classes are one-to-one: one student and one teacher per classroom. Our Teacher/Mentors can personalize curriculum and pacing for their students’ strengths, interests, and learning style. Students may attend full-time for middle and high school or part-time with classes for credit, tutoring and mentoring, post-secondary counseling, and more.

    We are able to customize an in-person, virtual, or hybrid learning program for your student. Learn more below.

    Fusion is much more than an accredited private middle and high school for grades 6-12 – it’s a revolutionary community of learning where positive relationships and one-to-one classrooms unlock the academic potential in every student and create opportunities for emotional and social growth.

    In a Fusion one-to-one classroom, the educational experience is completely customized to ignite a student’s passion for learning. Classes are self-paced, and course material is presented in ways that suit students’ individual interests, strengths and challenges.

  • Fusion Dance Solana Beach
    (858) 369-0071
    140 South Solana Hills Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Welcome to Fusion Dance Solana Beach!

    We pride ourselves on being the newest professional dance school in the San Diego area, for kids, teenagers, and adults ages 2 and up.

    Families from Solana Beach, Del Mar, Encinitas, Fairbanks Ranch, Rancho Santa Fe and more will all have found the beat at Fusion. Why? Because our energetic, talented staff makes learning fun and easy. Plus, you’ll love bringing your child into our positive, encouraging environment and watching him or her grow.

    Our staff includes passionate and caring instructors, most of whom have been dancing internationally all of their lives. Fusion Dance is truly a blend of the best professionals around, making it easier for you to learn whatever style of dance you want.

    We look forward to meeting you!

    Mr. Justin and Mr. Anthony

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  • KC College Consulting
    659 Dell Street, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    My Background
    I received my bachelor's degree at the University of California at Los Angeles. I completed graduate work at the University of San Diego in the field of Human Resource Counseling. I spent many years working in the business world. My oldest daughter graduated from the University of New England in May, 2020. My other daughter is currently a senior at Western Washtington University. Currently, I am assisting my son in the college application process. I attended UCSD Extension in 2019 to earn my Certification in College Counseling. I work out of my home in sunny Solana Beach, CA. Personally and prefessionally I have developed a specialty with the Financial side of attending college which I find to be crucial in my line of work, especially in today's world. I believe college is still a very strong choice for students.

    My Experience
    I am a member of several professional educational consultant organizations across the country. Each year, I attend a variety of webinars and conferences to better assist my families.


    Intro Consultation
    I offer a complimentary one-hour meeting to introduce my business and explain how my process works. Following the initial meeting, I will follow up to discuss the best package for your student.

    Consulting Packages
    I offer Packages that are geared towards the grade level and needs of each of my clients. Each of my Packages include my personalized assistance and guidance with unlimited hours. Please contact me for Package options and pricing.

    Hourly Consultations
    I am available on an hourly basis to give families advice about finding the right college, writing applications, standardized testing, and more. I often find that a package is the best decision for families.

  • La Colonia de Eden Gardens Foundation
    (619) 672-5872
    936 Genevieve St, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    The neighborhood of La Colonia (AKA Eden Gardens) is one of the oldest residential areas in Solana Beach. It was formed in the 1920’s by Mexican farmers who were hired to work in nearby lima bean fields or on the large ranches in Rancho Santa Fe. These farmers wanted their families nearby, hence the formation of La Colonia. The name Eden Gardens came later from a land developer who thought it would be a good marketing tool.

    In 2011 community members formed the La Colonia de Eden Gardens with the intention of empowering the community youth in furthering their lives in a positive manner and improving resources available to all residents. Drawing from local resources, such as the San Dieguito Boys and Girls Club, the foundation has been able to make positive youth activities increasingly available.

    One of the most amazing projects currently being worked on is the Community Garden. Board member Pat Caughey, President and Principal of Wimmer Yamada and Caughey (WYAC), is heading its development.

  • LePort Montessori School – Solana Beach
    1010 Solana Drive, Del Mar, CA 92014, USA

    Our Mission
    Our Goal: A Student who Flourishes as a Joyous Child Today, and as a Successful Adult Tomorrow

    At LePort, we help our students acquire the essential knowledge, thinking skills, and strength of character required to flourish as joyous children today, and as successful adults tomorrow. Our unique program emphasizes the relationship between the academically challenging material presented in the classroom, and the breadth of experiences children have in their lives outside of the classroom. With the wealth of knowledge they gain at LePort, students are able to understand and delight in both the wondrous world around them and their burgeoning personal identity within.

  • Mira Costa Community College
    3333 Manchester Ave, Cardiff, CA 92007, USA

    The MiraCosta Community College District mission is to provide educational opportunities and student-support services to a diverse population of learners with a focus on their success. MiraCosta offers associate degrees, university-transfer courses, career-and-technical education, certificate programs, basic-skills education, and lifelong-learning opportunities that strengthen the economic, cultural, social, and educational well-being of the communities it serves.

  • Music Mart
    (858) 259-3940
    122 Solana Hills Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Our Story
    Music Mart was founded circa 1980 in San Diego, CA. We are a unique, “Boutique” style music store filled with top quality instruments & gear. We’ve been in business at our Solana Beach location for over 16 years!

    We are a full service music store, with a repair shop and a lesson rooms for teachers & students.

    We carry the best equipment in the industry, and have some of the top specialists to help answer any questions you may have. Some of our products include Taylor Guitars, Martin Guitars, Ibanez, G&L, Yamaha, Roland, and Maton Guitars from Australia.

    We also stock most drum and percussion gear ranging from Ludwig, Mapex, Vic Firth, Zildjian, D.W., Meinl, and much more!

    We always go the extra mile for our customers; we encourage you to come in and jam with us, and see if we can help you find your next instrument to love and cherish.

    Thank you for shopping with us!

    -Music Mart
    Where it’s okay to play!

  • Norwood Music Studios
    (858) 876-7464
    742 Genevieve Street, Suite K Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Norwood Music Studios is the place to go for private voice and guitar lessons. We work with adults, teens, and children 7 and up. “I love working with voices, hearing them improve and develop, and seeing the joy and confidence that growth brings to the student. Whether you are preparing for your next recording project, auditioning for a musical theater production, talent show, band, choir, attending a karaoke night, or just want to sing better, I can help you. I work with students to develop a balanced voice for better tone quality, agility, strength, stamina, and vocal health.” Owner, Virginia Norwood, has been teaching voice in Solana Beach since 1997.

    Still an active local musician, Guitar instructor, Joe Norwood, brings years of live performance and recording experience, balanced with patience and discipline. He is quick to assess a student’s needs and plans the lessons with the student’s goals in mind. He teaches electric, acoustic and slide guitar.

    Norwood Music Studios is conveniently located at 742 Genevieve Street, Suite K, in Solana Beach, directly across from Fidel’s Restaurant. We are fully vaccinated and open for both in-person and online lessons.

    Please visit our website for more information.

  • Saint James Academy
    (858) 755-1777
    623 S Nardo Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    St. James Academy is a preschool thru eighth grade parochial school in Solana Beach. St. James prepares students to live in the world as responsible citizens and as faithful stewards of creation. A student-centered, Catholic-based curriculum is provided which values cultural and intellectual diversity. St. James Academy is committed to excellence.

    At St. James Academy, we are committed to inspiring students to fulfill their academic potential while instilling moral values, social consciousness, and Christ’s message into the fabric of each school day.

    We understand the difficulty and importance of finding the right school for your children to flourish. We realize that growing up isn’t easy and children need structure and spiritual guidance to make wise choices for themselves. Therefore it is our mission to teach, care and nurture your children as if they were our own because at St. James Academy we are not just educators that love what we do—we are a family.

  • Santa Fe Christian Schools
    (858) 755-8900
    838 Academy Dr, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    This is an extraordinary school with incredible teachers, a challenging curriculum, outstanding athletics and exciting missions opportunities. Our rigorous academic curriculum is taught through a Biblical worldview in a rich, nurturing community of teachers, coaches, mentors and peers all passionate about serving Christ. This is a place where you are comfortable enough to try something different and supported enough to get better at something you love. We are dedicated to expanding minds, building faith — and preparing you for the journey of lifetime.

  • Sister Cities Project
    (760) 255-0617
    Solana Beach, CA, USA

    An idea created by Shawn McClondon and supported by residents from Solana Beach 4 Equality, Encinitas 4 Equality and Del Mar pushing for greater diversity and racial equity in San Diego County and beyond.

    Currently, we have designated the following two Sister Cities Partnerships as prototypes with greater expansion to follow.
    - Southeast San Diego and Solana Beach
    - City Heights
    - Encinitas

    “The Sister City Program” was born to partner affluent communities with underserved communities in San Diego County for the following purposes:
    - Provide opportunities for city officials and citizens to experience and explore other cultures through long-term community partnerships.
    - Create an atmosphere in which economic and community development can be implemented and strengthened.
    - Stimulate environments through which communities will creatively learn, work, and solve problems together through reciprocal cultural, educational, municipal, business, professional and technical exchanges and projects.
    - Collaborate with organizations in communities that share similar goals.

    The practical execution of the Sister Cities partnerships would be to create programs and events that allow the two areas to collaborate and share resources in an effort to forge relationships and provide opportunities for mostly white and/or affluent communities to support black businesses, black youth, black history, black organizations and black arts. And although Sister Cities Project does not exclude the participation of men in our programs, we are focused on prioritizing black women.

    Our areas of impact consist of:
    - Cultural Events (General Events, Cultural Tours and Networking Events)
    - Business Growth (Mentorships, Resources, Tools & Education)
    - Workforce Development (Youth Internships, SMB support)

    This will be a permanent partnership. Given the current climate in America, we believe that this is the first and most important step toward understanding one another and using that understanding to create the changes that are needed for true racial justice in America.

  • Skyline Elementary School
    (858) 794-3600
    606 Lomas Santa Fe Dr, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Welcome to Skyline School, Home of the Waves! We are a unique school housing two outstanding educational programs, our 4th-6th grade program and our Global Education K-6 program.

    Skyline is the recipient of the 2012 California Distinguished School Award. This recognition was achieved through the hard work of our students, committed and dedicated teachers and staff, and our active and involved parents.

    Our Parent Teacher Association and the Solana Beach Schools Foundation provide substantial financial and volunteer support to our school, supporting specialized programs, technology, science, art, music and physical education.

  • Solana Beach Civic And Historical Society
    (858) 354-0478
    715 Stevens Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    The Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society evolved from the well established Solana Beach Women’s Civic Club that was formed in 1953. In March 1989 the Solana Beach City Council asked the Women’s Civic Club to become custodians of the City’s hisory. Accordingly, the Civic Club’s Certificate of Incorporation was modified to create the Solana Beach Civic and Historical Society. Membership is open to all adults in the community. The focus is on civic and cultural advancement, charitable giving, education of the public by the Historical Society and the Heritage Museum, and other appropriate activities.

  • Solana Beach Community Connections
    (858) 720-0740
    315 El Pedregal Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Solana Beach Community Connections is a volunteer-driven, nonprofit organization providing information, services and resources to Solana Beach seniors assisting them to age independently in place.

  • Solana Beach Presbyterian Preschool
    120 Stevens Avenue, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    Since 1964, our philosophy is to help children grow in a positive way in their awareness of God, themselves, and the world around them. We believe in developmentally appropriate play and hands-on activities as the best path to learning. Our staff consists of skilled, experienced early childhood educators that strive to incorporate new ideas, teaching methods, and materials into our program.

    Our preschool program aims for an equal balance of freedom and structure. Young children need time to explore, socialize, experiment, play and rest. They need to develop basic physical, emotional and intellectual skills, to learn to listen, follow instructions, and to develop readiness for the transition into kindergarten.

    Indoor Activities are designed to enhance fine motor skills with art and craft projects, color and shape recognition, seasonal theme projects, reading readiness, math and number concept projects, puzzles, games, dramatic play, and free time.
    Outdoor Activities include climbing, sliding, playing ball, digging, scooping, measuring in the sandbox, water play, gardening and more.
    Language & Music learning is emphasized through rhymes, singing, rhythm band, small group storytime, and flannel boards.
    Spiritual Program through monthly virtues and “The Beginning Bible” lessons. We attend chapel the first Tuesday and Wednesday of every Month.

    Monthly tuition is based on the morning program, which is 8:30 to 12:00. Extended hours are 8:00-8:30 am and 12:00 to 3:00 pm.


    2.5 Years Old: Children must be 2.5 by Sept. 1 of current school year and children DO NOT need to be potty-trained. Tues/Thursday, Mon/Wed/Fri classes offered.
    3 Years Old: Children must be three years old by Sept. 1 of the current school year and do not have to be fully potty trained. If your child is not fully potty trained, there is an additional $60 per month fee. Tues/Thursday, Mon/Wed/Fri or 5 day classes offered.
    Pre-K: Children must be four years old by Sept. 1 of the current school year and be fully potty-trained. Mon/Wed/Fri, or 5 day classes offered.
    English-Spanish Bilingual Class for Pre-K children: Must be fully potty-trained. Class time is 8:30 am-12:00 pm with extended day options from 12:00 pm-3:00 pm for additional fee.
    Bonus/Kinder Class for children that turn five years old by September 2nd. This is a 5 day class, 8:30 am-1:00 pm.

  • Solana Beach School District
    (858) 794-7100
    309 N Rios Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    It is our privilege to welcome you to the Solana Beach School District. Nestled on the north coast of San Diego, the District's enrollment is approximately 3,100 students in grades Pre K-6. Founded in 1925, the District serves communities in the City of Solana Beach, Carmel Valley, Fairbanks Ranch, and Rancho Santa Fe. The District has a long-standing tradition of academic success coupled with innovative, experiential learning opportunities designed to maximize learning for each student.

    The District has seven elementary schools and a Child Development Center with programs for toddler, preschool, before and after school support and services. The elementary schools are: Solana Vista (K-3); Skyline (4-6 and the K-6 Global Education Program); Solana Santa Fe (K-6); Carmel Creek (K-3); Solana Highlands (K-3); Solana Pacific (4-6); and, Solana Ranch (K-6).

    The Solana Beach School District is proud of our students, appreciative of our families, and grateful for the comprehensive and generous support from our community.

  • Solana Beach Schools Foundation
    (858) 794-7180
    309 N Rios Ave, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA

    We believe that our children deserve a complete education beyond the basics. That’s why our all-volunteer Board works to support Discovery Labs curriculum in science, technology, research,engineering, arts, math (STREAM) and supplemental physical education by raising funds for the Solana Beach School District not provided by the State of California.
    Discovery Labs inspire students to discover and explore these subjects through hands-on instruction. We also support other vital academic programs for the District.
    We hope to continue this success throughout the 2015-2016 school year, which we can only do with your help. Donate today.

  • Solana Beach Sun & Del Mar Times
    (858) 8866903
    565 Pearl Street, Suite 300, La Jolla, CA, USA 92037

    Solution and Products

    Our suite of marketing products serves local and regional and businesses. From hyper-local newspapers and direct mail to audience-specific sections and comprehensive digital campaigns, we service clients’ needs today and help them plan for tomorrow.

  • The Rockademy
    (858) 254-0805
    524 Stevens Avenue, Suite 5 Solana Beach, CA 92075, United States

    We at The Rockademy are professional musicians who provide
    a structured, practical, and fun approach to playing music. Whether you want to learn an instrument, you want to play in a band, or you play in a band and want to take it to the next level, we at The Rockademy are committed to your success every step of the way! Learn an instrument, play in a band, write a song, record it, make a demo, take it to the stage

Solana Beach Business Directory

American Lung Association
(800) 548-8252
333 Hegenberger Rd, Oakland, CA 94621, USA
Pinnacle Global Network (Formally Allison Maslan International)
(888) 844-3550
Encinitas, CA, USA
Solana Vista Elementary School
(858) 794-3700
780 Santa Victoria, Solana Beach, CA, United States
Gordon Training International
(800) 628-1197
531 Stevens Ave W, Solana Beach, CA 92075
Sandcastle Tales
(858) 777-2086
1414 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA, USA
School of Rock – Del Mar
(858) 465-7625
School of Rock Del Mar, 1555 Camino Del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014, USA
GC Dance Company
(858) 704-4343
161 Highway 101, Solana Beach, CA 92075, USA