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About Us


All students graduate college and career ready, prepared to be responsible global citizens and ambitious future leaders.


We design and orchestrate rigorous and relevant learning experiences to inspire and empower all students.


Students First: Our students are our highest priority. What’s best for students guides our decision-making every day.

Respectful Relationships: Strong, respectful relationships are the cornerstone of quality educational experiences. Students and adults are valued and consistently show integrity, compassion, and respect.

Educational Equity: Every student receives the academic, social, and emotional support needed to succeed. Resources are allocated to eradicate persistent achievement and opportunity gaps.

Purposeful Collaboration: We create purposeful and collaborative learning environments that inspire students and adults to achieve their highest potential.


All students will demonstrate their thinking, both verbally and in writing, to show understanding of their learning.


  • 23 SCHOOLS
    • 16 Elementary Schools
    • 4 Middle Schools
    • 2 Comprehensive High Schools
    • 1 Alternative High School


  • 18,071 STUDENTS
    • 58.02% Hispanic
    • 24.17% White
    • 5.47% African American
    • 12.34% Other

Student Teacher Ratios

  • Elementary and K-8 Schools 
    • Grades K thru 3 - 24:1
    • Grades 4 thru 8 - 34:1
  • Middle Schools
    • 32:1
  • High Schools
    • 38:1


  • 1,915 EMPLOYEES
    • Certificated staff: 968
    • Classified staff: 872
    • Administrators: 75



  • Revenue
    • LCFF - $162,755,346
    • Federal - $15,847,186
    • State - $13,165,540
    • Local - $11,710,016
    • Total Revenue - $203,478,088 
  • Expenses
    • Salaries - $128,557,368
    • Labor Related Costs - $61,512,112
    • Supplies - $5,675,945
    • Services and Equipment - $18,926,063
    • Other - $1,343,770
    • Total Expenses - $216,015,258