Sweetwater Union High School District

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District office in Chula Vista, California

The Sweetwater Union High School District is a school district headquartered in Chula Vista, California.[1] As of 2011, the school district is the largest secondary school district in California.[2]

The union high school district serves over 42,000 high school-aged students and over 32,000 adult learners. Located in the southwestern part of San Diego County between downtown San Diego and the International Border with Mexico, the district serves the communities of Chula Vista, Imperial Beach, National City and the San Ysidro portion of San Diego.

Sweetwater is one of the most ethnically and economically diverse districts in California. Approximately 87 percent of students belong to an ethnic minority group and over 40 percent of students qualify for the free or reduced lunch program.

Overseen by a five-member Board of Trustees, the district operates 14 high schools (11 regular, two alternative, one charter); 11 middle schools; 4 Adult schools; a regional occupational program (ROP); and special education.

The district has earned recognition for its "Compact for Success" program, a deal made with San Diego State University that guarantees Sweetwater graduates admission to the university if they meet certain requirements all throughout their High School career.

Schools[edit]

High schools[edit]

Middle schools[edit]

  • Bonita Vista Middle School [1]
  • Castle Park Middle School [2]
  • Chula Vista Middle School [3]
  • Eastlake Middle School [4]
  • Granger Junior High School [5]
  • Hilltop Middle School [6]
  • Mar Vista Academy [7]
  • Montgomery Middle School [8]
  • National City Middle School [9]
  • Rancho Del Rey Middle School [10]
  • Southwest Middle School [11]


References[edit]

  1. ^ "Home." Sweetwater Union High School District. Retrieved on March 30, 2010.
  2. ^ "Community". 2011 membership & resource guide. Chula Vista Chamber of Commerce. Retrieved 25 July 2011. 

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