Covina-Valley Unified School District

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Covina-Valley Unified School District or "CVUSD," is a unified school district located in Covina, California, United States. CVUSD serves most of the cities of Covina and Irwindale, as well as a large portion of West Covina and small portions of Glendora and San Dimas.

On May 26, 2015, the Board of Education appointed a new Superintendent, Dr. Richard Sheehan, who had previously worked in the district as a teacher, coach and at the district level. Dr. Sheehan replaces Dr. Catherine Nichols, who retired after more than 25 years of service to students in the San Gabriel Valley. Covina-Valley Unified is proud of its schools.

Schools[edit]

There are 4 high schools (including one continuation), 3 middle schools, and 9 elementary schools in the district.

High Schools

Middle Schools

  • Las Palmas Intermediate School
  • Sierra Vista Intermediate School
  • Traweek Intermediate School

Elementary Schools

  • Barranca Elementary School
  • Ben Lomond Elementary School
  • Cypress Elementary School
  • Grovecenter Elementary School
  • Manzanita Elementary School
  • Merwin Elementary School
  • Mesa Elementary School
  • Rowland Avenue Elementary School
  • Workman Avenue Elementary School


Enrollment[edit]

Enrollment in the 2006-2007 school year was 15,015. The majority of students are Hispanic with a large white minority and smaller minorities of African Americans and Asian Americans.

District Ethnic breakdown (2006-2007) [1]

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