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Honda of Oakland

3330 Broadway
Oakland, CA 94611

  • Sales: 866 900-8854
  • Service: 800 352-1859
  • Parts: 800 336-8116

Supporting Our Community


This year the community recognized US!




Happy to help Family Violence Law Center



We were very happy to support the Westlake Middle School Jazz Ensemble.

It's amazing what progressive music departments our local schools have. To

find out more about the Westlake Middle School, please visit:




But, The BEST part of supporting this cause was this Thank You note :)



We Were There!



Honda of Oakland is Happy to Support

The Warriors Wish










Honda of Oakland was proud to partner with American Honda Motors in the

presentation of a $5000 donation to the Oakland Little League





We Support our Community

Because

Our Community Supports Us!


Sept 4th we were proud to support our LBGT customers and be a part of Oakland Pride. Concurrently we held a Facebook contest for new Fans and below is a picture of our winner Gwynn Fuqua.





Gwynn Fuqua our $500


Our Booth at Oakland Pride




Please join us in our efforts to support Friends of Faith, Inc,

Seventh Annual Breast Cancer Challenge


Please click on the logo above for additional information
We are Happy to once again Support FOF, Inc for 2012





We were so happy to be a part of the Uptown Auction benefit 2011 for Peralta Elementary
It was a total success!
We were there for 2012, too!


A California Distinguished School and Title I Achievement School, 2009/2010





At a glance

A glimpse from the street is enough to reveal that Peralta is well-loved. Our building is nothing special, but the colorful murals and lush gardens are. Inside the classrooms, teachers use state and district standards as a base with with lots of room to follow their own passions and creativity.

Our high achievement was recognized this year when Peralta was selected as a California Distinguished School (learn more). Standardized test scores for all students rank among the top elementary schools in Oakland. Eliminating the achievement gap is a top priority for our teachers and administration, and we have been recognized for our high achievement among African American students. Peralta also has had the highest percentage of African American students in OUSD scoring at advanced or proficient levels in math on the California Standards Test. Our students? hard work was recognized when Peralta was honored as a Title I Achievement School for 2010 (read more).

With just under 300 students, our campus has the feel of an extended-family of sorts. Peralta?s after-school program and enrichment classes run until 6 p.m., providing support for working families. Peralta has a long history of community involvement and activism ? running back to the 1880s, when land was donated by three citizens to build the one-room schoolhouse (check out an oral history of Peralta?s early days). We celebrate our diverse population and we work hard to build a strong community.

Principal Rosette Costello and Peralta?s teachers are dedicated to integrating the arts into all aspects of the curriculum. For the past several years, we have been lucky to have two artists-in-residence funded through a Oakland City Arts and Culture Grant as well as the California Arts Council. We have been designated as an Arts Demonstration School by Alameda County and our partners, Harvard?s Project Zero and the California College of the Arts. Recently, we?ve built a partnership with San Francisco?s de Young Museum as well as the San Francisco Opera, which piloted its new education program at Peralta in 2008-2009.

We also pioneered Second Step, an anti-violence curriculum that teaches social-emotional skills and is now mandated in all the Oakland public schools. Beginning in kindergarten, students are given a ?tool box? of skills to help them understand and express their feelings, resolve conflicts, and respect others. It?s common to hear students using Second Step language on the playground, and this common language is a big part of what gives the campus its peaceful atmosphere.

Over the past decade or so, the Peralta staff and community have been working to make the school a green oasis in the neighborhood. Many tons of asphalt have been removed and replaced with edible gardens, a small amphitheater, a kindergarten play area, and a California natives garden. Our gardens are teaching tools, helping students to learn about healthy eating, science, and stewardship of our land and our community. Families help maintain the gardens during monthly work days, which build community and give students a feeling of ownership and responsibility for their school. Our gardens have been held up as local and regional models.

Every square foot of our campus buzzes with activity, during the school day, after school, and on many weekends. As a community, we strive to follow the Peralta pledge:

Peralta is our name, learning is our game.

Peralta is our school. We think it?s very cool.

The teachers teach, the students reach

For each and every tool

We need to learn in school.

Peralta is our name, learning is our game.

We listen

We do

We help each other

We learn from our mistakes

We succeed












We were there for the 3rd Annual Lighting and Supplied the same Sleigh for Santa, only it was a 2012 model :)






Delancey Street Foundation

October 2010
Honda of Oakland would like to thank the Delancey Street Foundation for their continued support to our community and citizens. Delancey Street Foundation is the leading residential self-help organization in the country and they have helped thousands of our fellow citizens get back on their feet during times of need since 1971.
We are proud to contribute a full set of brake pads and shoes to their company car so residents have a way to get to and from job interviews and other places.
Honda of Oakland wants to ensure their company car runs as long as they do! We wish them continued success.