Antioch Unified School District

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Antioch Unified School District
Type and location
Type Public
Established 1921
Location Antioch, California
District information
Superintendent Donald Gill
Students and staff
Students approx. 19,000
Other information
Website www.antioch.k12.ca.us

The Antioch Unified School District serves approximately 19,000 students in the city of Antioch, California and part of the city of Oakley.

History[edit]

The Antioch Unified School District was formed in 1921 from the Antioch and Live Oak School Districts. Formal education in Antioch began in 1850, in a converted ship's galley and with the sole teacher a 12-year-old girl.[1]

Schools[edit]

  • Antioch Middle School
  • Antioch High School
  • Belshaw Elementary School
  • Bidwell Continuation High School
  • Black Diamond Middle School
  • Carmen Dragon Elementary School
  • Dallas Ranch Middle School
  • Deer Valley High School
  • Diablo Vista Elementary School
  • Dozier-Libbey Medical High School
  • Fremont Elementary School
  • Grant Elementary School
  • Kimball Elementary School
  • Live Oak High School
  • London Elementary School
  • Lone Tree Elementary School
  • Marsh Elementary School
  • Mission Elementary School
  • Muir Elementary School (formerly Antioch Primary School)
  • Orchard Park School
  • Park Middle School
  • Prospect High School
  • Riverview Union High School (closed 1931)
  • Sutter Elementary School
  • Turner Elementary School

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bohakel, Charles; Phyllis Hiebert; Elizabeth Rimbault; Carole Ann Davis (2005). Antioch. Arcadia Publishing SC. p. 52. ISBN 978-0-7385-3029-1.