Redlands Unified School District

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Redlands Unified School District
Redlands Unified School District logo.gif
Type and location
Grades K through 12
Region San Bernardino County
Country United States
Location Redlands, California
District information
Superintendent Lori Rhodes
Students and staff
Students 21,170
Other information
Website www.redlands.k12.ca.us

The Redlands Unified School District serves the city of Redlands, California and the surrounding communities of Mentone, Loma Linda, and the eastern half of Highland, in San Bernardino County. Total enrollment was 21,170 in 2009. The district has 15 elementary schools that serve kindergarten through fifth grade, with five middle schools serving grades six through eight. The district has six high schools.

Elementary schools[edit]

Middle Schools (Junior High)[edit]

High schools[edit]

eAcademy[edit]

The Redlands eAcademy is a RUSD on-line school.[2] The school features a blended learning environment and serves grades K-12. The school opened in August 2013.[3][4]

Future expansion[edit]

In Loma Linda, plans are underway for a new school, Benjamin Barton Middle School, to be built.[5] Another school, Mission Elementary School, will be reopened in the future.[6][7]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Citrus Valley High School: A work in progress". Redlands Daily Facts. Retrieved 2013-03-23. 
  2. ^ Details; CDE; California Government online; accessed April 2014.
  3. ^ New eAcademy in Redlands Will Offer Online Schooling; June 8, 2013 article; Redlands Daily Facts; accessed April 2014.
  4. ^ Redland USD on-line; accessed April 2014.
  5. ^ Redlands k12
  6. ^ "Traffic woes lead concerns regarding Loma Linda school reopening - San Bernardino County Sun". Sbsun.com. Retrieved 2013-03-23. 
  7. ^ RUSD