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Hi there. I would recommend El Cerrito and a few neighborhoods in Richmond. Fairmont and Harding are both good schools and their cachement areas are very walkable and diverse. If you're worried about the test scores you can move to the hills and send your kids to Madera, but it's mostly white and Asian up there, also you'll need to drive. Richmond Hills families go to Mira Vista, which is a sweet little K-8 school in the hills, incredibly diverse in every way, with a strong parent community. Depending on where you live your kids can walk there. They have a good library, computer lab, band and glee club, and teachers from Richmond Art Center. The numbers aren't as good as Madera but families in the district still transfer their kids to MV because it's a good school. My kid has friends from the neighborhood and I feel safe letting them tear around on their bikes together. I have friends who live up in Hilltop in some of the developments. There are a lot of professional class AA families there, although I don't think they send their kids to the local school. If you want more info you could contact Mocha Moms of West Contra Costa. They're online and a great group.
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