North Reno Sparks

Enterprising Reno Sparks Junction

North Reno Sparks swoops in development that took off in the last three decades. Teglia's Paradise Park contains 4 ponds and an urban garden, Wildcreek hosts a 20.8 acre "pocket" park loaded with bike trails and an additional 18-hole golf course.

North Reno Sparks Sculpture

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North Reno Sparks Neighborhoods

East University

East University

Hosts the Evelyn Mount Co ...

Montello - East 9th


Bookended by the Reno Spa ...

North Rock

North Rock

A primary interlock betwe ...

North Virginia Ridge

North Virginia Ridge

Perched above the Univers ...



Central juncture between ...

West of Pyramid

West of Pyramid

Hillside retreat with val ...



Wildcreek golf course pro ...

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Coral Academy of Science

Board Meets Quarterly / School on Public Schedule

  • Elementary School - 1701 Valley Road Reno, NV 89512
  • Middle School - 1350 East Ninth Street Reno, NV 89512

S.T.E.A.M. education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, & Math)

  • Teglias Paradise Park
  • Deer Park
  • Larry D. Johnson Community Center Ardmore Park
  • Oppio Park
  • Rotary Centennial Park
  • Pat Baker Park
  • Dick Taylor Memorial Park
  • University Ridge Park
  • Melody Lane Park
  • Wildcreek Golf Course
  • Village Green
  • Weeedekind Regional Park
  • N McCarran
  • Rock Blvd
  • Northtowne Ln
  • Oddie Blvd
  • Pyramid Highway
  • Sutro St
  • East 4th St
  • Evans Ave
  • I80
  • Socrates Dr
  • N Virginia St
  • El Rancho Dr
  • Scottsdale Rd

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