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12345 El Monte Road
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022
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Foothill is place where most of people in the Palo Alto area that there parents not wealthy eouthoug to afford a UC or CSU right out of high school for their child. So they send them to Foothill. Foothill Community College professors are great as they teach them to think openly and promote the truth. The campus sits in the foothills of Santa Cruz Mountains witch adds wonderful view the mountains and city of Los Altos below the campus. The down side of the Campus it's little remote as we have to travel a little to reach any shopping/food witch is about 2.9 miles away. The campus bookstore is little pricey for the basic school supplies on campus like $4 for a normal notebook.

The campus it self has a Cafe, two coffee shops, and a campus bookstore that offers drinks, chips, and school supplies. In campus cafe you can get hamburgers, homemade chicken tenders, Mexican food, and Pasta.

The Classes are UC/CSU transferable as affordable option.
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Being a retired senior citizen going back to college was a major adjustment to my laid back life style but I found the on-line classes offered by Foothill-De Anza Community college to fit my routine as well to meet my expectations for education in a subject that I am interested in, Art History. I recommend this school and the California Colleges to anyone seeking to better their lives and minds.
Oh where do I begin. There are many things to love about the foothill community. For starters I like how the campus of foothill has a perfect mixture of modern day school and nature. When I first approached this campus it seemed so large. But after a while I was able to adapt to its surroundings really quickly. I was able also able to make new friends quickly due to running into a lot of friendly faces across campus. That's another good thing about this campus, is that it comes with a "fell good, relax" vibe instead of a always stressed out vibe. which is a good thing so you don't always need to feel under pressure.