Garden Grove Unified School District

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Garden Grove Unified School District
Address
10331 Stanford Avenue
, Orange County, California, 92844
United States
Coordinates33°46′42″N 117°57′16″W / 33.7782008°N 117.9544941°W / 33.7782008; -117.9544941 (District office)Coordinates: 33°46′42″N 117°57′16″W / 33.7782008°N 117.9544941°W / 33.7782008; -117.9544941 (District office)
District information
TypePublic
GradesPre-K through 12th
Established1965; 55 years ago (1965)
PresidentWalter Muñeton[1]
Vice-presidentTeri Rocco[1]
SuperintendentGabriela Mafi
Schools70[2]
NCES District ID0614880[2]
Students and staff
Enrollment44,223 (2016-17)[2]
Teachers1,833.15 FTE[2]
Student-teacher ratio24.12[2]
Other information
Websitewww.ggusd.us
Location of the district office (blue map pin) within Orange County (shown in orange).

The Garden Grove Unified School District (GGUSD) is the 14th largest school district in the state of California.[3] GGUSD includes boundaries in Anaheim, Cypress, Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Stanton, and Westminster.

GGUSD includes forty-eight elementary schools, ten intermediate schools, eight high schools, two special education schools, and two continuation schools.

GGUSD was formed in July 1965 from the merger of three districts, the Garden Grove Elementary School District (established 1874), the Alamitos School District (1880s) and the Garden Grove Union High School District (1921).

In 2004, GGUSD received the Broad Prize for Urban Education. Twice before, the district had been a Broad Prize finalist.[4]

In 2016, GGUSD received 1st in Mathematics for the statewide SBAC, and 2nd in ELA behind San Francisco.

In 2017, the GGUSD Board of Education announced that it would launch their Vietnamese dual immersion program the following year at John Murdy Elementary School, becoming the fourth school district in the United States to do so.[5]

The current superintendent of GGUSD is Dr. Gabriela Mafi.[6]

Career and technical education[edit]

  • CTE

Adult education[edit]

  • LEC Adult Education

Special education[edit]

  • The Adult Transition Program at Jordan
  • Special Education Center at Mark Twain

High schools[edit]

Intermediate schools[edit]

  • Alamitos Intermediate
  • Bell Intermediate
  • Doig Intermediate
  • Fitz Intermediate Computer Science Adcademy
  • Irvine Intermediate
  • Jordan Intermediate
  • Lake Intermediate
  • McGarvin Intermediate
  • Ralston Intermediate
  • Walton Intermediate

Preschool and Elementary schools[edit]

  • Allen Elementary
  • Anthony Elementary
  • Barker Elementary
  • Brookhurst Elementary
  • Bryant Elementary
  • Carrillo Elementary
  • Carver Early Childhood Education
  • Clinton Elementary
  • Clinton Corner Family Campus
  • Cook Elementary
  • Crosby Elementary
  • Eisenhower Elementary
  • Enders Elementary
  • Evans Elementary
  • Excelsior Elementary
  • Faylane Elementary
  • Garden Park Elementary
  • Gilbert Elementary
  • Hazard Elementary
  • Heritage Elementary Computer Science Immersion Academy
  • Hill Elementary
  • Lawrence Elementary
  • Marshall Elementary
  • Mitchell Elementary
  • Monroe Elementary Language Academy
  • Morningside Elementary
  • Murdy Elementary
  • Newhope Elementary
  • Northcutt Elementary
  • Paine Elementary
  • Parkview Elementary
  • Patton Elementary
  • Peters K-3 Elementary
  • Peters 4-6 Elementary
  • Post Elementary
  • Riverdale Elementary
  • Rosita Elementary
  • Russell Elementary Language Academy
  • Simmons Elementary
  • Skylark Preschool
  • Stanford Elementary
  • Stanley Elementary
  • Sunnyside Elementary
  • Violette Elementary
  • Wakeham Elementary
  • Warren Elementary
  • Woodbury Elementary
  • Zeyen Elementary

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Board of Education Members". Garden Grove Unified School District. Retrieved 2019-09-21.
  2. ^ a b c d e "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Garden Grove Unified". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved 2019-09-21.
  3. ^ https://ggusd.us
  4. ^ "The Broad Prize". Archived from the original on 2014-04-08.
  5. ^ https://ggusd.us/news/ggusd-announces-launch-of-new-vietnamese-dual-language-program-at-murdy
  6. ^ "Superintendent of Schools". Garden Grove Unified School District. Retrieved 2016-09-15.

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