Welcome to Millbrae
Millbrae is a city located in northern San Mateo County, California. To its northeast is San Francisco International Airport, San Bruno is on its northwest, and Burlingame on its southeast. U.S. Route 101 and Interstate 280 run along the eastern and western boundaries of the city, respectively. San Francisco International Airport is adjacent to the city.
Millbrae has a reputation for having some of the best schools in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Millbrae School District oversees four public elementary schools (Meadows, Green Hills, Lomita Park, and Spring Valley) and one middle school (Taylor Middle School, named after the family that owned land along Taylor Boulevard prior to the city being laid out). MSD is state-funded and does not receive local property taxes, and has endured budget cuts from the state since 2007.
Millbrae has one private school at Saint Dunstan's, a Catholic church. The school provides education for grades K-8.
Millbrae has one public high school, Mills High School, which is part of the San Mateo Union High School District. Mills High School is the highest-scoring high school, test-wise, in San Mateo County. Mills High School is situated about a block away from the southern border of Millbrae with Burlingame. Although surrounded by land that is part of Millbrae, nearby Capuchino High School is located in San Bruno.