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Directions

Campus Address:

5200 Franklin Drive Suite 110
Pleasanton, CA 94588

Driving Directions

We are located on Franklin Drive directly across the street and to the North of The Clorox Company corporate campus.

  • From I-680, exit onto Stoneridge Drive and head East. Make a left at the 2nd stop light onto Franklin Drive. Continue onto Franklin Drive until just before it becomes a dead end into Johnson Drive. Our building will be immediately on your left. We are located in the front left corner of the building as you pull into the driveway.
  • From I-580, exit onto Hopyard Road and head South. Make a right at the first stop light onto Owens Drive. Make your first left at the next stop light onto Johnson Drive. Then, make your first right onto Franklin Drive. Turn right into the parking lot of the first building on your right. We are located in the front left corner of the building as you pull into the driveway.

Parking Lot Safety:

Drive slowly in the parking lot and pay full attention to the roads.

Always park your vehicle in a marked parking space. Don't just pull over.

Never allow your student to walk in the parking lot unattended.

"AoPS Academy has a superb curriculum, combined with outstanding teachers who have provided our son a fantastic foundation in mathematics. If only I could have experienced teaching like this when I was young, it would have changed my career choice. The academy is a perfect extension of school in that they challenge students to learn at a much deeper and rigorous level. They also stimulate their interest in mathematics by emphasizing analytical thought over rote memorization of formulas.

The academy truly lays a deep foundation in mathematical thinking for success in all areas involving STEM subjects. It is really exciting to be among teachers and children who love math!

The harder the problem - the more exciting it is to the students and teachers at AoPS Academy."

-Molly and Richard T.
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